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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-11-2016, 08:21 AM - Thread Starter
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http://overclocking.guide/amd-radeon-rx-460-unlocking-1024-stream-processors/

Apparently it's possible with the two cards mentioned, the Sapphire Nitro and ASUS Strix but I'd have to imagine it would extend to other AIBs too tongue.gif

I'll be able to test on a Nitro in a few days but if anyone else has been a guinea pig already do tell about your experience.


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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-11-2016, 02:41 PM
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Where does it put the rx 460 now?

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Where does it put the rx 460 now?

12.5% faster, with OC putting it in GTX 1050 ballpark.

As soon as they get good enough yields to manage 75w TDP on mass production, they should release the fully enabled chips as the RX 465.

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Anyone tried something like this on rx470 ?

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I think that it's changing in TV1OutputControl this 70 to 6F:
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But I don't have a rx 460 to test.

I have tested it in a R9 380, but it isn't working because is hardware locked.

Edited: This is the stock asus bios: https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/188137/asus-rx460-4096-160715 and it is only changing that on it.
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12.5% faster, with OC putting it in GTX 1050 ballpark.

As soon as they get good enough yields to manage 75w TDP on mass production, they should release the fully enabled chips as the RX 465.

http://wccftech.com/amd-radeon-rx-460-polaris-11-unlock/
good info

a RX 465 with a reasonable price is what AMD needs to compete again in the low-midrange sub $150 , sub 75W TDP mark. The RX 460 struggles even against the older GTX 950.

It would also showcase the new driver improvements (about +3% I believe) since reviews don't tend to go update after a major driver release.

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good info

a RX 465 with a reasonable price is what AMD needs to compete again in the low-midrange sub $150 , sub 75W TDP mark. The RX 460 struggles even against the older GTX 950.

It would also showcase the new driver improvements (about +3% I believe) since reviews don't tend to go update after a major driver release.
It's not going to happen. AMD is just too far behind Performance to TDP wise. This market is dominated by the need to be able to run both quietly and with only the 75W of power a PCIE connector provides. What AMD needs more is to differentiate their gpu's and give better value-added services versus Nvidia. Their recent patch was a good step forward in that aspect.

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