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if it beats 980 then it will crush 480 in sales even more wink.gif

The AIB 480's will probably be just as fast as the 1060's once both are OC'd. Certainly Pascal OC's far better but the performance per OC for Pascal is nothing like that of GCN. If we really do see some 1500MHz 480's (getting more and more doubtful by the day) there's no question they would kill both the 980 and the 1060...
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The AIB 480's will probably be just as fast as the 1060's once both are OC'd. Certainly Pascal OC's far better but the performance per OC for Pascal is nothing like that of GCN. If we really do see some 1500MHz 480's (getting more and more doubtful by the day) there's no question they would kill both the 980 and the 1060...

I don't think it needs to get to 1500 tbh. If the AIB cards can hold clocks at 1425-1450 mhz in 4K , vs the ~ 1100 mhz boosts the ref card does without tweaks to power target then just think of what that does for performance overall for that res - particularly vs reference in the reviews . 29.5% clock rate improvement for that res based on a 1425 sustained boost clock vs ~ 1100. Take half of that as increase (its should get more knowing GCN) and you have a nice minimum 15% improvement to 4k results from an official 12.5 % increase in clock rate. Add in a nice memory oc to 9ghz which may not throttle the gpu further (like the ref card) and you could see 20% gains in that res.

I guess it depends on the level of throttling that is occuring in the res been used. 1440p results from some sites were getting lower numbers than default boost. I think it was about 50 mhz off from memory.

So yeah i'm just looking forward to more consistantly higher results from the AIB cards.
Edited by Orthello - 7/14/16 at 7:44pm
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I don't think it needs to get to 1500 tbh. If the AIB cards can hold clocks at 1425-1450 mhz in 4K , vs the ~ 1100 mhz boosts the ref card does without tweaks to power target then just think of what that does for performance overall for that res - particularly vs reference in the reviews . 29.5% clock rate improvement for that res based on a 1425 sustained boost clock vs ~ 1100. Take half of that as increase (its should get more knowing GCN) and you have a nice minimum 15% improvement to 4k results from an official 12.5 % increase in clock rate. Add in a nice memory oc to 9ghz which won't throttle the gpu further and you could see 20% gains in that res.

I guess it depends on the level of throttling that is occuring in the res been used. 1440p results from some sites were getting lower numbers than default boost. I think it was about 50 mhz off from memory.

So yeah i'm just looking forward to more consistantly higher results from the AIB cards.

I'm just excited that these cards will likely benefit greatly from water cooling, unlike Nvidia's past two architectures.
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I'm just excited that these cards will likely benefit greatly from water cooling, unlike Nvidia's past two architectures.

Yeah , these TXs did 1633 mhz benching at -22c . Yes sub zero, but i can bench them at 1550 at ambient liquid so yeah not so much fun or gain with the colder temps (i guess they are ref cards after all). Air cooling making a lot of a noise they did 1480 .

I've been thinking about building a dual rx480 h20 rig for the fun of it .. i won't because it won't give me extra performance and its $$ , but man i'd like to just to tweak it to the extremes. Its a hot little chip so it could benefit greatly from the extra cooling.

I think you would see 480 chips that could maintain 1500mhz h20 clocks without obscene voltages , i'd wait for an AIB pcb first however.
Edited by Orthello - 7/14/16 at 7:52pm
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Launch is tomorrow and no more leaks? Whats going on lol.
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tomorrow the reviews

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There were some "benches" posted on a chinese forum, with different games, but as I do not speak chinese it's very difficult to understand what they did.

It seems that the card is a serious contester for a RX480 (~ equal) but, as expected, not made for 4k.

So, that being said, we need to wait a little bit than more of a day to have something official, so let us wait. biggrin.gif
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Will have to see if reviewers are willing to point out how poor this card is going to be from a relevency perspective. Its clear without a doubt what is the best architecture for these new APIs and games. Reviews better show some impartiallity and call NV on all the shortcommings in Pascal and especially Maxwell, Kepler and Fermi that are now being obliterated by their competion. GCN is providing tier and in some cases generational performance improvements from the two major APIs just releasing. There should be very few recommendations given for this card considering how poor it appears to be for new games hitting the market and releasing soon compared to a RX480.
Edited by flippin_waffles - 7/18/16 at 1:59am
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If you want to read about "leaked benchmarks":

http://wccftech.com/nvidia-gtx-1060-leaked-benchmarks/

(See pictures)

But beware, I read that some benches were made with different processors... so it's very difficult to compare final results as GPU could benefit from a more powerful processor.
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Will have to see if reviewers are willing to point out how poor this card is going to be from a relevency perspective. Its clear without a doubt what is the best architecture for these new APIs and games. Reviews better show some impartiallity and call NV on all the shortcommings in Pascal and especially Maxwell, Kepler and Fermi that are now being obliterated by their competion. GCN is providing tier and in some cases generational performance improvements from the two major APIs just releasing. There should be very few recommendations given for this card considering how poor it appears to be for new games hitting the market and releasing soon compared to a RX480.
Pascal is the best architecture to have right now, where you dont have to suffer from the atrocious DX11/OpenGL performance of GCN and forced to rely on DX12 patches which are scarce and take a long time to come out post release

while still getting more benefit out of DX12/Vulkan & async than Maxwell

I expect reviewers to recommend 1060 over the ref 480 for the better cooler, less power draw & noise and better performance .. unless your budget tops out at $200 and you can only afford the ref 4GB 480 (in which case you should probably wait to get a custom 470 or maybe a 1050 anyway)

vs custom 480 it would depend on the prices of specific models, which also vary locally .. but then again no custom 480 will be available for review or sale tomorrow, so cant compare anyway yet


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