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R.I.P. AMD, no custom 480s on market anywhere and Nvidia is flooding with custom 1060s that are more powerful even though they cost a little more I'm sure the performance/price ratio is gonna be on par if not even better than 480s. Still the price gauging continues and all new GPUs barely move the performance/price ratio. The power consumption efficiency of 1060 vs 480 is just gonna put a nail into 480's coffin.
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34_650_650.jpg?mobile=2

Appearently, 67+23 = 100 according to ASUS.

All is not lost since you can draw 10% of the power from thin air.
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Well it does say that right on their warranty page.
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Pretty much all the AIB does that. When you need an RMA, never mention overclock or on water, etc., just put the stock cooler back and send the card. That's why many people check if there is any warranty stamp on the screws.

Yes, many AIB have stickers but will allow you to remove the sticker, change the cooler, TIM, etc as long as the card is returned to stock when you RMA.

That is not the case here, which is why I contacted them to verify. I've had HIS, XFX,PowerColor and ASUS cards with tamper stickers and they will still honor the warranty if there is no physical damage to card and it is returned to stock configuration; at least from last I checked.
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34_650_650.jpg?mobile=2

Appearently, 67+23 = 100 according to ASUS.

All is not lost since you can draw 10% of the power from thin air.

Also the reference board draw distribution since the fix is something like 45/55
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Appearently, 67+23 = 100 according to ASUS.

All is not lost since you can draw 10% of the power from thin air.
ASUS at it's best.
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34_650_650.jpg?mobile=2

Appearently, 67+23 = 100 according to ASUS.

All is not lost since you can draw 10% of the power from thin air.

Should add this to OP lol

New tech that by contact with the air generates 10℅ of the necessary board power, you can practically run your computer on breath!
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R.I.P. AMD, no custom 480s on market anywhere and Nvidia is flooding with custom 1060s that are more powerful even though they cost a little more I'm sure the performance/price ratio is gonna be on par if not even better than 480s. Still the price gauging continues and all new GPUs barely move the performance/price ratio. The power consumption efficiency of 1060 vs 480 is just gonna put a nail into 480's coffin.

the 4gb was the better value for performance and still competes well. The 1060 makes the 8gb VERY unattractive considering you can get the extra performance without overclocking for like 40$ more. If you pair it vs the 4gb 480 then the 1060 is obviously performing 100$ more. The AIB 480s being out already and being able to give the 480 a non throttling show wouldve really helped alot.

Before it happens let's not derail the thread though.
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It's gonna be a tie, looking at OC options with better cooled or at least maxed fan reference the 480 still has hard time to keep up in DX11/OGL. It sure is a better piece of hardware it's just not being used right because of the nGreedia domination on market but more importantly domination among game developers and developer support. For decades it's so easy to go on NV page and find developer info and tools, on AMD nothing, with AAA game studios they send people to them to optimize the games but how many has AMD scored lately in that regard?
As far as overall execution of the product goes nGreedia wins.
As far as overall availability and pricing goes nGreedia fails BIG TIME.

1060s sold out within 1-2h and only the overpriced crap is left that no one wants. Of course everyone wants to grab those cheap $249 ones. Not the $300+ crap.

Hopefully these $249 1060s put some serious push on AMD to make the RX 480 and especially it's custom cards cheaper because paying more than $249 for custom 480 won't make any sense what so ever.
All in all the AMD AIB partners suck, are disgruntled themselves at AMD for not having Vega like GPUs to sell now to compete with high end Pascal, so they even go and sabotage the mainstream RX 460-480. They should have launched custom cards along with reference or 1 week later at max. But now they are going to be 1 month later and 2 weeks after custom 1060s. Terrible.
Edited by JackCY - 7/19/16 at 11:05am
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R.I.P. AMD, no custom 480s on market anywhere and Nvidia is flooding with custom 1060s that are more powerful even though they cost a little more I'm sure the performance/price ratio is gonna be on par if not even better than 480s. Still the price gauging continues and all new GPUs barely move the performance/price ratio. The power consumption efficiency of 1060 vs 480 is just gonna put a nail into 480's coffin.

You mean all 5 cards they had for each model? Get real
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They had more than 5 for the cheapest Gainward $249 card, for like an hour, showed more than 5, but then it was gone. The more expensive are still stock but no one wants those $300+ versions.
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