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post #1821 of 2861 (permalink) Old 08-27-2015, 09:02 AM
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Anyone have info on the release dates of the Z170 mITX motherboards?

I'm particularly interested in the Gigabyte GA-Z170N-Wifi.
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I just reread your buildlog and its pretty packed already. I would just keep everything internally.
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Temps look to take a decent hit without the 120. Not sure if there is still some hidden air in the system somewhere after removing it. Running prime on stock settings i peak at 75c per Real Temp.
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post #1823 of 2861 (permalink) Old 08-27-2015, 09:30 PM
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970 is $400 equivalent, so the nano will be like $750 equivalent
Price was confirmed yesterday
At least MSI Z170I Pro ac ITX is super cool

Good things come to those who wait.
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970 is $400 equivalent, so the nano will be like $750 equivalent
Price was confirmed yesterday
At least MSI Z170I Pro ac ITX is super cool

What was also confirmed yesterday is that the Nano is an underclocked Fury X. Everything on the card, apart from the power circuitry is pretty much identical.

So maybe, just maybe, the Nano will actually be worth the money they ask for. We'll have to wait for reviews, though.
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What was also confirmed yesterday is that the Nano is an underclocked Fury X. Everything on the card, apart from the power circuitry is pretty much identical.

So maybe, just maybe, the Nano will actually be worth the money they ask for. We'll have to wait for reviews, though.

I was about to say- because otherwise, how would they get a Nano about 50% more power efficient than Fury X with a mere underclock? But having a different power circuitry makes sense for that. AMD is getting the power budgets of their cards under control again.
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I was about to say- because otherwise, how would they get a Nano about 50% more power efficient than Fury X with a mere underclock? But having a different power circuitry makes sense for that. AMD is getting the power budgets of their cards under control again.

The power circuitry is just lower specced because the Nanos TDP and power draw are much lower.
I think the efficiency of both cards will be nearly the same, but the lower power draw can realistically be reached by "a mere underclock", maybe better binning as well.
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post #1827 of 2861 (permalink) Old 08-28-2015, 02:14 PM
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Nanos are surely a lot less leaky than Furies, yeah. My bet is that, with VRM mods, they end up clocking better than Furies.

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I think the efficiency of both cards will be nearly the same, but the lower power draw can realistically be reached by "a mere underclock", maybe better binning as well.

I'm just going by the numbers in this Hexus article. If those performance per watt values are to be believed, the Nano is 46% more power-efficient than the Fury X. So if they were merely binned for performance and the hardware is internally similar, that would be one hell of a variation of power specs for the same kind of card.
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But, remember the TPU article about Fiji Voltage scaling? 27% higher power use for 3% more performance.

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