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As the title states, listing showing on Overclockers. They have some nice pics of the card too.

Pre-order only currently, but at £250 inc. VAT doesn't seem too steep IMO. Also, 3 year manu. warranty on these.



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Core Clock: TBCMHz
Boost Clock: TBCMHz
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Absolutely ideal for 720P and 1080P gaming on all the latest titles with maximum visual settings such as Doom, Unreal Tournamount, Hellblade, Fifa 17, Mafia III, Watch Dogs 2, TitanFall 2, Battlefield 1, Dishonored 2, Halo Wars 2 and Ghost Recon. The RX-480 can even manage gaming comfortably at 1440P (2560x1440) which demonstrates truly how powerful this card is, yet it features such a low price point and is a great upgrade for pretty much any PC with a 350W or greater ATX power supply. Should Half Life 3 ever be released, the RX-480 will be the perfect gaming card!!!
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Originally Posted by Synister View Post

As the title states, listing showing on Overclockers. They have some nice pics of the card too.

Pre-order only currently, but at £250 inc. VAT doesn't seem too steep IMO. Also, 3 year manu. warranty on these.



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So roughly 300€. Pretty much right where I expected it to be, actually. A far cry from the 219€ MSRP (for the 4GB), but depending on how far you can push it, might actually be a good deal.

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is a great upgrade for pretty much any PC with a 350W or greater ATX power supply
The "great PSU fires of summer 2016" incoming.
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Sapphire's cheese grater went through an interesting transformation.

The overclocking potential of these cards is looking to be promising, it's going to be awesome to see some benchmarks at 1400Mhz+
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I thought I saw on Reddit that Sapphire confirmed this will be shipping with a boost clock of 1350-1380Mhz. I would imagine they would later release a higher clocked Toxic edition, but it seems like there is a good bit of headroom on these cards.
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I asked on the Sapphire facebook page whether I should just get the Nitro card, or wait for a toxic/vapor-x version, and for them to give me a hint. They replied "wait and you shall be rewarded".
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I thought I saw on Reddit that Sapphire confirmed this will be shipping with a boost clock of 1350-1380Mhz. I would imagine they would later release a higher clocked Toxic edition, but it seems like there is a good bit of headroom on these cards.
If it ships with clocks in that range there's isn't going to be much headroom for OC left in there at all.
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will probably get to 1450+ on good chips, 1400+ on worse ones
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If it ships with clocks in that range there's isn't going to be much headroom for OC left in there at all.

The main issue right now is power delivery. With an 8-pin connector for example, and a better cooler, the card can be pushed a good deal. There are plenty of reports of people benching with 1500Mhz OCs, they aren't all that stable but that's because you are pulling so much power from the PCI slot and can't keep the card cool enough. I am anxious to see what MSI offers, their Twin Frozr coolers are fantastic and they are generally the best OC cards for AMD.
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There are plenty of reports of people benching with 1500Mhz OCs
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