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PC World did an article on the 4GB version as well:
http://www.pcworld.com/article/3098825/components-graphics/sapphire-nitro-rx-480-review-polaris-rethought-and-refined.html

For only 20$ more than the reference, this looks like a really good deal.
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PC World did an article on the 4GB version as well:
http://www.pcworld.com/article/3098825/components-graphics/sapphire-nitro-rx-480-review-polaris-rethought-and-refined.html

For only 20$ more than the reference, this looks like a really good deal.

Too bad the 4GB version has the ram clocked at 1750 in that review, there's always something that's going to hurt general image for AMD.
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When can we buy one? Lol
Next summer.

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4GB version? No thanks.
I don't want anything with less than 6GB. They can keep that trash with 4GB only.
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Nitro+ at computerbase, no test yet but they released one benchmark to give an idea
1342 MHz Core
4000 MHz GDDR5

Temperature Target @75°C
Quiet BIOS clocks it down to 1266 MHz

For more detailed information:
https://www.computerbase.de/2016-07/sapphire-radeon-rx-480-nitro-erfahrungen/
8% faster than reference then. Considering the GTX 1060 is around 6% faster than reference RX 480, seems like we have a winner.
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4GB Nitro+: 249€
8GB Nitro+: 319€ Are you serious?!
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8% faster than reference then. Considering the GTX 1060 is around 6% faster than reference RX 480, seems like we have a winner.

Stock 1060. They can overclock too.
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I think AMD would have done better if they priced the aftermarket 480's 8GB around lower end $200 and released them abit sooner. Nvidia can do what they want cause it's Nvidia but AMD could have alteast priced it more competitive IMO by that I mean lower than GTX 1060 $249 mark for the aftermarket 480 8GB.
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factory OCed custom 1060s will easily compete in p/p against a 319 EUR 8GB Nitro+
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Originally Posted by poii View Post


Nitro+ at computerbase, no test yet but they released one benchmark to give an idea
1342 MHz Core
4000 MHz GDDR5

Temperature Target @75°C
Quiet BIOS clocks it down to 1266 MHz

For more detailed information:
https://www.computerbase.de/2016-07/sapphire-radeon-rx-480-nitro-erfahrungen/
The Benchmark was taken with about 1260MHz, so i think you have to raise the PT to achieve 1342MHz.
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Stock 1060. They can overclock too.
Agreed. Although the GTX 1060 scaling is much worse, as in, you need a lot more MHz than the RX 480 for the same performance. The Nitro+ running at full boost clocks almost 100% of the time will make a significant difference in performance compared to the other RX 480 cards. Can't wait to see benchmarks. But I wouldn't be surprised if the leaked performance benches are correct.

And remember. This is a Nitro+. We're likely gonna see two more. A Nitro (non +) version at a cheaper price, likely without back plate and without the LED, and a superior version (Vapor-X or Toxic), with even higher binned chips. This card is extremely tempting, not only for its performance, but to me it's the best looking card in ages. But I'll retain my patience and see what else comes along. I don't need the card right now, I can wait a few more months.
Edited by NightAntilli - 7/22/16 at 7:13am
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