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So is this card available to pre-order anywhere in the US?
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Sorry but I'm not following what you're disputing here.

The author is stating the card is throttling to 1200 MHz actual clock.

The overclocked card is running at 1420 MHz. That's 18% faster oc than 1200 MHz but resulting in 24% and 28% more fps.

You're saying the extra is because the oc card isn't throttling yet the 18% already accounts for throttling based on the author's figures.

Please elaborate.

Based on memory clocks and my own testing at stock vs. Oc(1405/2200) I averaged 10-15% increase in overall frames across multiple titles. Didn't try witcher, but as far as I can tell it doesn't add up.
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1060 vs reference 480:

480 is often below 1200MHz.
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Based on memory clocks and my own testing at stock vs. Oc(1405/2200) I averaged 10-15% increase in overall frames across multiple titles. Didn't try witcher, but as far as I can tell it doesn't add up.
I think there was a graph somewhere around here, where it was tested a RX 480 with lifted power and thermal limits, which showed ~5-10% performance improvement.
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1060 vs reference 480:

480 is often below 1200MHz.

1195mhz is a pretty huge difference.
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Based on that video the 480 is throttling under 1200MHz almost constantly while being generally 3-5 fps behind the 1060 at ~1830MHz. Based on that I think it's fair to assume if the 480 really did hold 1420 MHz it would be faster. Just have to see what the actual cards do but even the reference is not exactly getting smoked there.
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Based on that video the 480 is throttling under 1200MHz almost constantly while being generally 3-5 fps behind the 1060 at ~1830MHz. Based on that I think it's fair to assume if the 480 really did hold 1420 MHz it would be faster. Just have to see what the actual cards do but even the reference is not exactly getting smoked there.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1606214/personal-comparison-of-stock-480-vs-max-oc-480

Some interesting numbers from this guy if you haven't seen the thread.
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1606214/personal-comparison-of-stock-480-vs-max-oc-480

Some interesting numbers from this guy if you haven't seen the thread.

If he had a different cpu or bigger resolution i believe the difference would be higher stock vs oc.
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post

Based on that video the 480 is throttling under 1200MHz almost constantly while being generally 3-5 fps behind the 1060 at ~1830MHz. Based on that I think it's fair to assume if the 480 really did hold 1420 MHz it would be faster. Just have to see what the actual cards do but even the reference is not exactly getting smoked there.

Not to sound like a fanboy but at 1400+mhz the 480 would easily beat a 1060.

The mhz increase on AMD GPUs results in a much greater FPS boost compared to Nvidia.

I really hope AIB RX480's can hit 1400 with ease.
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If he had a different cpu or bigger resolution i believe the difference would be higher stock vs oc.

Yeah but not by much. Seems decent. 10% OC netting a 14% bump in performance? If 1400 is achievable by AIB cards, should be a decent buy (depending on price)

EDIT: In games, the net performance increase was 10% as well. The artificial benchmarks were causing an artificial jump in the average I used
Edited by Exeed Orbit - 7/21/16 at 10:01am
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