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Originally Posted by nojoda View Post

amd who in their right mind will get a 400+ board to use a 200dollar card? really?

More like it was almost $700 worth of GPUs few years after $400 board purchase, you know.
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Originally Posted by Cubeman View Post

I feel bad for the vendors but the vendors should have done their own testing before selling the product at face value.

Excuse me here BUT if you are a retailer and you are selling THOUSANDS of products through your outlet, please let me know who will have the time to set up a testing facility to run all products through there to see if it works or damages anything?

Personally I know of NO one doing this anywhere, so the manufacturers are at fault here not the retailers. Just do the usual return and demand a full refund instead and buy something else.

Besides you can always save up a little and buy a GTX 1080 devil-smiley-019.gif .
Edited by Elrick - 7/5/16 at 7:09pm
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Originally Posted by nojoda View Post

amd who in their right mind will get a 400+ board to use a 200dollar card? really?

A perfect time for Motherboard Manufacturers like Gigabyte (only one the makes decent PCIE slots) to re-do their designs to include FULL operability of the RX 480 range.

Can you imagine the interest for a fully certified board able to run the RX 480 through any Game available, through any type of stress thrown at it?

I would buy it regardless if its Intel or AMD because having a bullet proof power delivery, is what matters here not pathetic lame excuses from the quality-cutting manufacturers.
Edited by Elrick - 7/5/16 at 7:19pm
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Originally Posted by comagnum View Post

Why would you return the card?

I will only return the card if the "fix" involves lowering the performance. Something like lowering the clocks below the stated product specs would constitute false advertisement in my book
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Have you even received your card yet from Newegg? I placed my order from them as soon as they were available on the 29th and I'm still waiting for mine. It should finally get here tomorrow, but with all this going on now even before I received the card is not making me feel good about keeping it.

I got mine in the mail the day after launch. I did a review which is in my signature.
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lol

el oh el
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While we are off topic in this debunked thread, did you not take a basic economics class in high school? The relationship between revenue and profit shouldn't be the difficult to comprehend if one was exposed to the topics...

Everyone knows AMD's financial situation it's just a boring subject and not relevant.
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waiting for AMD's response to see how much further i persue XFX for my rampage IV audio going. Motherboard was 100% fine before crossfiring 3 of these. Put them under load on 3dmark when i installed them and poof goes integrated audio during/just after the bench.


It's a shame that happened like that. They should be responsible for everything that failed on your board. They should replace the board, but XFX man.

Audio is very, very sensitive. And of course it's on the 12v rail.

You have a great group of good people on this forum. We'll rally behind you 110%.
Edited by DrFPS - 7/5/16 at 8:19pm
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waiting for AMD's response to see how much further i persue XFX for my rampage IV audio going. Motherboard was 100% fine before crossfiring 3 of these. Put them under load on 3dmark when i installed them and poof goes integrated audio during/just after the bench.

I have a friend/family member who had his audio mess up on his ASUS Rampage IV Extreme main board. He was running 4 way 570gtx in SLI. He told me his audio port stopped working and he now uses the optical out instead. Not sure how similar this is for you but i do know he never had AMD gpus in his system since he built it.

Edit: included some links for folks having sound issues on RIVE maybe it will help

http://www.overclock.net/t/1483405/rampage-iv-extreme-audio-stopped-working/10

http://www.overclock.net/t/1547805/asus-rampage-iv-extreme-onboard-audio-not-working

https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?25448-Rampage-IV-Extreme-Audio-not-working
Edited by dagget3450 - 7/5/16 at 8:28pm
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I have a friend/family member who had his audio mess up on his ASUS Rampage IV Extreme main board. He was running 4 way 570gtx in SLI. He told me his audio port stopped working and he now uses the optical out instead. Not sure how similar this is for you but i do know he never had AMD gpus in his system since he built it.

I dont think it was the 480s themselves that did it, looks like the board just has ALOT of issues with its on board audio.

Did I mention alot?
 
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The Rampage IV does have a history of audio issues, But the chances of it failing on its own at the sametime of the RX480's and the current PCIE compliance issue? I literally had no issues with the MB before the fact.
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The Rampage IV does have a history of audio issues, But the chances of it failing on its own at the sametime of the RX480's and the current PCIE compliance issue? I literally had no issues with the MB before the fact.

Well it sucks and i hope you get it resolved, I just wouldn't have rewarded ASUS so quickly by buying another one of their boards. I realize they have a cult following but my personal experience all the way back the the ASUS Striker Extreme has been horrible. I know i have had at least 3 dead main boards from Asus over the years. I just don't support them anymore.
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