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Originally Posted by Sp3cialUs3r View Post

When im back at Home i will post the Informations.

there hasnt been a single verified blown mobo, im not sure what you are going to post.
post #242 of 3419
This is such a joke..... GTX 960 breaks PICE specs, nobody cares...... RX 480 breaks PCIE specs, and everybody flips the heck out!!
Then AMD fixes the issue within a week's time without impacting performance, even going as far as to improve performance for those who do not mind the slight out of spec power draw, and they still get bagged. Then there are a million write ups stating how when someone runs multiple cards in SLI/CF that they are essentially sending 75w per through the PCIE per card, for a total of 300w (which all motherboard manufacturers have stated their boards are capable of), and everybody is STILL BAGGING this $240 8GB that gives us 390X performance for almost $200 less than what that card costed last year, with better temps even on a blower, and half the power draw.... am I friggin missing something?
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45C, 15800 FS GS redface.gif

265W power draw! No way I'm testing this again....I don't want to buy another mobo yet....



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post #244 of 3419
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Originally Posted by Agent Smith1984 View Post

This is such a joke..... GTX 960 breaks PICE specs, nobody cares...... RX 480 breaks PCIE specs, and everybody flips the heck out!!
Then AMD fixes the issue within a week's time without impacting performance, even going as far as to improve performance for those who do not mind the slight out of spec power draw, and they still get bagged. Then there are a million write ups stating how when someone runs multiple cards in SLI/CF that they are essentially sending 75w per through the PCIE per card, for a total of 300w (which all motherboard manufacturers have stated their boards are capable of), and everybody is STILL BAGGING this $240 8GB that gives us 390X performance for almost $200 less than what that card costed last year, with better temps even on a blower, and half the power draw.... am I friggin missing something?

that about covers it other than the rumors of blown motherboards with zero supporting evidence that they are caused by the 480...
post #245 of 3419
yep 20W more from PCI-E slot just cant blow MB im sorry but thats not happening
there are no capacitors or VRM or anything else to blow smile.gif

in worst case it will burn cable/connector but not from 20W overdraw biggrin.gif
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OT: But would Wattman allow me to pump more voltage through my 290x? I am only able to go +200mv on Trixx and +100mv on Afterburner.

Or will I need to flash the bios
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post #247 of 3419
msi afterburner let you pump whatever you want with command line

but just flash bios with modification its easier
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post #248 of 3419
wattman also does not exist for the 290x, its a 4xx exclusive right now.
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Definitely want to buy one of these now..
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post #250 of 3419
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Originally Posted by Agent Smith1984 View Post

This is such a joke..... GTX 960 breaks PICE specs, nobody cares...... RX 480 breaks PCIE specs, and everybody flips the heck out!!
Then AMD fixes the issue within a week's time without impacting performance, even going as far as to improve performance for those who do not mind the slight out of spec power draw, and they still get bagged. Then there are a million write ups stating how when someone runs multiple cards in SLI/CF that they are essentially sending 75w per through the PCIE per card, for a total of 300w (which all motherboard manufacturers have stated their boards are capable of), and everybody is STILL BAGGING this $240 8GB that gives us 390X performance for almost $200 less than what that card costed last year, with better temps even on a blower, and half the power draw.... am I friggin missing something?
Missing something yes, that it's still behind NV in performance/power ratio. Good card/chip but it's that 1 step and a lot of $ in R&D behind, it's on par with Maxwell but not with Paxwell in perf/power. They need to bring the voltage down to 1.0V to be able to bring the power draw down and match nGreedia.
AMD made nice progress in this 1 step over Fury unfortunately Fury wasn't that big of a leap in perf/power and overall the $ invested into R&D is I bet much lower than what NV is pumping in to get these newer cards.
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