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Testing PCI Ex power draw under RX 480

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Hello OCN Team.

I would like to share our feeling about that issue.
We have confirmed pretty closed results under osciloscope, but we made a special tool to power request.

Subtitled in english.

Thanks

Best regards
post #2 of 13
And the end result? Post here. Can't see the video bufferless due to weak signal
post #3 of 13
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Originally Posted by mohiuddin View Post

And the end result? Post here. Can't see the video bufferless due to weak signal

From the video description:
Quote:
Over the last two days, the launch of the graphic card AMD RX 480 caused a lot of expectation and controversy.
We show its performance, and excellent results in a video, and also in a Live Stream (our channel).
However, it is necessary to clarify to the public about a related problem to this model.
It violates the PCI Express standard, as a result of high energy consumption by this interface.
So we do not want to brake the expectations about this release, but claim for urgent providences, in order to protect the consumer from damage, that may be caused as a result of this fact.
post #4 of 13
I looked through the video but i can't use sound at work smile.gif And am not sure what the end result means

Does it mean the RX480 is within bounds of the PCI-E or not?
Does it pose a problem for motherboards
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Originally Posted by slavovid View Post

I looked through the video but i can't use sound at work smile.gif And am not sure what the end result means

Does it mean the RX480 is within bounds of the PCI-E or not?
Does it pose a problem for motherboards

Use the closed captioning button the get the subtitles. No need for the audio.
post #6 of 13
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Just enable close captions.
We have translated the video.

Sorry the broken english.
post #7 of 13
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Too many people bunnying...
There are some good solutions from TecLab, AMD can use...
No need to worry..
Just a lit bit of thermal grease, and patience.

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i think with this card, these high end Japanese capacitors mobo makers boast about would be finally put to the test lol
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post #9 of 13
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From the video description:

So what, two other GPU also have exceeded 75W and if anyone heard about these cases.



post #10 of 13
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Yes mate.
Last days I hear about GTX 960 Strix.
I never tested, but I can tell you, the Galax and MSI I have tested have no issues.
Regarding 6990, I have no way to test, since is a very old card and not available.
Is later to complaing... hahaha

Thanks for info.
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