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See for yourself:
Timespy: http://www.3dmark.com/spy/475878
Firestrike: http://www.3dmark.com/fs/10229752

Nice scores! Damn, your CPU score is 2x mine. 4790K @4.6GHz vs 4460 @3.2Ghz biggrin.gif I wonder how much it would affect the GPU score if I upgrade to i7.

If you feel adventurous, disable HT and downclock to 3.2 so we can compare biggrin.gif
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Guys did anyone have a issue with trying to connect a adaptor to the dvi port?

I don't have a DVI port, but what issues are you having?
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the adaptor to convert from dvi to dsub is not fitting in the slot. Think it could be dud slot?
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the adaptor to convert from dvi to dsub is not fitting in the slot. Think it could be dud slot?

What comes to mind is that you're probably trying to put a DVI-I adapter in a DVI-D slot.

DVI-I is a combined digital-analog interface. VGA, or the DSUB, is an analog-only interface. The DVI-I to DSUB adapter just translates the analog pins from DVI-I to the VGA.

DVI-D is digital-only interface. Analog signal does not come out of that port. Even if you manage to fit a DVI-I adapter to it, no signal will arrive at the DSUB side.

Most modern GPUs don't have analog outputs at all, I suspect yours is in that category. You need a display with a digital input - DVI-D, DVI-I with guaranteed digital processor behind it (because some don't go that far), HDMI or DP.
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I literally just saw this a little while ago, and was gonna post a link to it here lol
    
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well my r9-290 ran at 1165mhz core/1500mhz mem stock voltage under water. At those speeds it was scoring well over 14k gpu graphics score in firestrike p, basically in line with stock 980's and fury (non x).

I had a xfx rx480 reference 480 for a bit for a review, and it was slower than the r9-290. Not by much but was slower overall. Granted the 290 had a waterblock on it, and the rx-480 was reference blower.

I wanted to avoid having to buy a mid-grade card to keep me going until something that can push 4k well which is currently the titan xp, and I don't exactly want to pay that price. Hey nvidia this is your que to send me a review copy :-D. I just wanted to ride my hawaii heat wave into the future of Vega and Volta before dropping cash on a replacement card.

 

I see what you're saying...I was on that Hawaii train for quite some time as well.  I sold 290 out of my HTPC when the 480's were coming out just so I would have something new to play with..and then grabbed XSPC Blade block since my HTPC was water ready for the GPU.  If you're looking for cost effective solution to bring out the true performance of the 480 then the XSPC block does a great job keeping things cool/quiet.  If you're going to flash BIOS and try crazy things with voltage/power limits, then the Blade block is definitely inferior for VRM cooling...but it is serving it's purpose for me within the constraints of stock BIOS limitations.  I'm sure I could push it harder if I wanted, but this PC is driving my living room TV which is mainly for movies and my wife to play games occasionally.  I slowly upgraded it over the years as an excuse to have something else to tinker with, which ended up essentially matching my main rig in terms of specs.  Here's Firestrike for comparison:

 

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/15015785?

 

14,480 GS 

 

Sapphire reference w/ XSPC Blade Block & Fujipoly Ultra VRM pads

1400-2250 +24mV +50% Power Target

4790k @ 4.6GHz | 16GB DDR3 2133MHz

 

 

 

Now if I turn Tesselation OFF and compare to my best FS score to date with my 290 here's how it looks: http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/10250608/fs/8023532#

 

290 leads by 5.3% when comparing GS.  RX 480 GS: 15,772 ~VS~ R9 290 GS: 16,605

 

This is the 290 running at 1285/1749 with a modded BIOS that altered the VRAM timings; it's running 1250MHz timings even at 1749MHz :thumbsups.  Those are clocks that are typically out of reach for the average Hawaii card, plus a BIOS edit.  

 

I would say that while the 480 is still losing, the performance it is capable of is impressive for the price.  Buy an AIB card where they're already running in the low 1300 core range, increase power target, alter voltage a little, and very similar performance to what I achieve is definitely within reach.    

 


 

I also just swapped out my awesome 290 that was in my main rig for a Fury X.  The sale price of $380 was quite tempting, and then I saw that EK & PPCs had the waterblocks on close out.  I paid $66.36 for plexi/nickel block, totaling under $450 for card and block.  I'll have to run some more benches to see how it fairs against my 290, but from looking previously it should be big enough performance boost to feel.  

 

Here's something I calculated back in February of this year when I was contemplating a Fury:  http://www.overclock.net/t/1436497/official-amd-r9-290x-290-owners-club/41580_20#post_24854355

 

I've only tested in Time Spy with the Fury X so far as I just got it into my loop yesterday evening, but it seems like I got a decent sample from XFX once again with it clocking at 1160/560 for Time Spy:

 

The Fury X picked up 8.7% in GS with the overclock of 10.5% on the core and 12% on the HBM.  

 

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/15011227?

 

When compared to one of my best runs with the 480:  http://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/484106/spy/463734#

 

This is roughly where I envisioned the Fury X to be in relation to my 290 with my gaming clocks of 1200/1500...about a 25% improvement.  Will have to do some more testing, but I think this is a good indication of the overall performance boost I will experience.  If anything it will probably exceed that value as I game at 5760*1080 and Fiji gets better with higher resolution.  

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Nice scores! Damn, your CPU score is 2x mine. 4790K @4.6GHz vs 4460 @3.2Ghz biggrin.gif I wonder how much it would affect the GPU score if I upgrade to i7.

If you feel adventurous, disable HT and downclock to 3.2 so we can compare biggrin.gif

 

As I suspected it makes no difference for graphics score.  Your i5 definitely is not holding back your GPU:
 

4790k @ 3.2GHz w/ HT Disabled | 16GB DDR3 2133MHz

Sapphire RX 480 reference w/ XSPC Blade Block & Fujipoly Ultra VRM pads

1400-2250 +24mV +50% Power Target

 

 

 

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/15017494?

TIme Spy GS: 4,524

 

 

 

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/15017551?

Firestrike GS: 14,773

 

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See for yourself:
Timespy: http://www.3dmark.com/spy/475878
Firestrike: http://www.3dmark.com/fs/10229752

A bit higher core clock though
Yeah the Red Devil is bad frown.gif feelsbadman

Though buildzoid explained again in a followup video it would still be more than enough for water/air overclocks up to 1.3v ish in theory or at least if you keep the VRM cool.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DkG5JOneYxY
It's ok for games and normal use, sure. But would I want to sponsor PowerColor for that cheap design, no. There are tons of people here using custom VBIOSes, doubling powerlimits etc. after all it's an OC forum and as such the Red Devil is undesirable at least from my POV.
And the card, any card, should have limits in place that allow the user to run any application and the card should downclock etc. when necessary to stay within safe limits.

Spartan850312: having an Nvidia adapter or some other trash proprietary adapter has so far been the issue. Get a proper specs adapter if you have some weirdo proprietary one. Or as said if you are trying to convert to analog the card may not have it, I think NV cards don't you have to check your AMD card and connector if they both support it on DVI to provide analog.
Edited by JackCY - 9/23/16 at 4:27am
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just installed a xfx rx480 gtr and everything runs fine so far:D
i noticed that while gaming the card clocks down a lot, is there a way to control when the states change?
and does anyone know what i can expect from its bios switch and what the different switch positions have on it by stock? i was not able to find anyting on the web about the xfx cards:thinking:
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Nice scores! Damn, your CPU score is 2x mine. 4790K @4.6GHz vs 4460 @3.2Ghz biggrin.gif I wonder how much it would affect the GPU score if I upgrade to i7.

If you feel adventurous, disable HT and downclock to 3.2 so we can compare biggrin.gif
I don't have a DVI port, but what issues are you having?

Pretty sure it's just because the GPU is slower on the 470.
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It's ok for games and normal use, sure. But would I want to sponsor PowerColor for that cheap design, no. There are tons of people here using custom VBIOSes, doubling powerlimits etc. after all it's an OC forum and as such the Red Devil is undesirable at least from my POV.
And the card, any card, should have limits in place that allow the user to run any application and the card should downclock etc. when necessary to stay within safe limits.

Yeah definitely not the best for extreme OC but what can I do I already bought two of these frown.gif
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