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it is reasonable when you have high temperature card with noisy fan

Just wait for AIB cards, don't mind people saying pcie non issue and good stock cooler, because it's not true, AIBs will be far better than stock in every way, thing is there's some time to wait, and the 8GB RX480 AIB prices could be higher than AIB 6GB 1060(in some country in europe they are already). But i guess it's worth the wait anyway
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Just wait for AIB cards, don't mind people saying pcie non issue and good stock cooler, because it's not true, AIBs will be far better than stock in every way, thing is there's some time to wait, and the 8GB RX480 AIB prices could be higher than AIB 6GB 1060(in some country in europe they are already). But i guess it's worth the wait anyway

Not in every way, again, stock cooler drives heat out of the case.
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Just wait for AIB cards don't mind people saying pcie non issue and good stock cooler, because it's not true, AIBs will be far better than stock in every way, thing is there's some time to wait, and the 8GB RX480 AIB prices could be higher than AIB 6GB 1060(in some country in europe they are already). But i guess it's worth the wait anyway

Of course man, I know that even I am a not professional like members here
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So you admit it is noisy also Is there a "PROOF" about custom cooler card that have HIGHER TEMPERATURE THAN REFERENCE or you are just "TALKING" ?

Yes, I had two 4870's, one reference, one custom, reference would hover around 75C, custom would hit around 90C. I am not saying that this will be the case with the 480's, I am saying - use your brain, use your eyes, and don't assume these "mantras" that semi-pros on tech sites like to repeat over and over again are true 100% of the time.
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Well, 1060 wins most DX11 benchmarks. DX12/Vulkan is pretty much 50/50.

1060 wins in RotTR and AotS.
480 wins in Hitman and Doom.

1060 tends to overclock better:

https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/RX_480_Gaming_X/26.html
https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_1060_Gaming_X/27.html

Problem with RX 480 is most custom cards are too noisy and they are out of stock everywhere, and priced higher than MSRP.
Custom 1060's can be found in stock for 250$.
MSI RX 480 Gaming is the first custom card with decent noiselevels during load (31dB). Nitro and Strix are almost 40dB load.
MSI GTX 1060 Gaming is 28dB.

Decent cards for sub 1200p gaming - 1440p not so much, but some will find it acceptable, I guess.



As you can see, custom 480 still loses to reference 1060 overall. 1060 rivals Fury.
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Not in every way, again, stock cooler drives heat out of the case.

Still has pretty poor acoustic efficiency despite that though. Quite easy to get rid of that extra heat by increasing case fan(s') speed(s) while keeping quieter.
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Yes, I had two 4870's, one reference, one custom, reference would hover around 75C, custom would hit around 90C. I am not saying that this will be the case with the 480's, I am saying - use your brain, use your eyes, and don't assume these "mantras" that semi-pros on tech sites like to repeat over and over again are true 100% of the time.

I still dont believe you smile.gif I see in reviews always custom cooler cards has better temp also higher frequencies. I believe you that ref cards drive heat outside the case but I see that not so important because there is a lot of fans in new cases nowadays
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Well, 1060 wins most DX11 benchmarks. DX12/Vulkan is pretty much 50/50.

1060 wins in RotTR and AotS.
480 wins in Hitman and Doom.

1060 tends to overclock better:

https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/RX_480_Gaming_X/26.html
https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_1060_Gaming_X/27.html

Problem with RX 480 is most custom cards are too noisy and they are out of stock everywhere, and priced higher than MSRP.
Custom 1060's can be found in stock for 250$.
MSI RX 480 Gaming is the first custom card with decent noiselevels during load (31dB). Nitro and Strix are almost 40dB load.
MSI GTX 1060 Gaming is 28dB.

Decent cards for sub 1200p gaming - 1440p not so much, but some will find it acceptable, I guess.



As you can see, custom 480 still loses to reference 1060 overall. 1060 rivals Fury.

So yeah the 15% oc on 1060 should guarantee you even a boost in DX12 and Vulkan performance to at least equal RX480, + better DX11 performance, you pick

p.s. I love your avatar "get in"
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Lass3,

Where I can find 1060 at $250 ?
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I would definitely suggest a custom RX 480 over a 1060 right now. I regret my 1070 as it's nothing but a DPC stuttering nightmare.
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