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post #21 of 4413 (permalink) Old 07-15-2016, 10:30 PM
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I joined the club today, but internet is going in and out while I'm trying to download drivers...

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post #22 of 4413 (permalink) Old 07-16-2016, 12:51 AM
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Dont know if you have seen it. Looks intresting.

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lol I put my gpuz validation link in. Oh well. Heres 3dmark if needed.

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/9317517
I got 2 in crossfire. What do you want to know?
I'm getting 2k lower graphics score with same clocks and driver. I wonder if that's the price to pay for having PCI-e 2.0 x4 slot for second card... It's pretty huge though, 7-8%.
Could you run the new Time Spy benchmark? I wonder if the difference is smaller when fps is lower or with DX12.

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New modded bios from Der8auer:
http://overclocking.guide/download/amd-radeon-rx-480-unlocked-air-bios/

Package includes stock BIOS, unlocked BIOS and ATIFlash:
TDP up to 225 W (+50 %)
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Run the approperiate .bat file as administrator to flash your card.


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fat4l: does that even work with official driver? Or what is the driver signature check limiting then?
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Dont know if you have seen it. Looks intresting.
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As I can see, the VRMs are again on the left side of the card, like on the reference model? :/

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fat4l: does that even work with official driver? Or what is the driver signature check limiting then?
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Not sure mate. I'm just spreading the info.
I believe der8auer used "press release driver"

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As I can see, the VRMs are again on the left side of the card, like on the reference model? :/
And that matters because? The PCB really doesn't care if they are left, right, top, down, front, back, on a daughter board, ...

I don't know why the PCB is so long if they put the VRMs toward IO ports though. I guess they still don't know how to make proper cooling.
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And that matters because? The PCB really doesn't care if they are left, right, top, down, front, back, on a daughter board, ...

I don't know why the PCB is so long if they put the VRMs toward IO ports though. I guess they still don't know how to make proper cooling.

It makes it very hard to cool the vrms well when using brackets for aio mounting.

XFX card looks rather interesting, only aib card at has a vrm plate conected to the main hsf.

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I'm getting 2k lower graphics score with same clocks and driver. I wonder if that's the price to pay for having PCI-e 2.0 x4 slot for second card... It's pretty huge though, 7-8%.
Could you run the new Time Spy benchmark? I wonder if the difference is smaller when fps is lower or with DX12.

Here you go

http://www.3dmark.com/spy/20440



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