Some RX 480 4GB stuff leaking out.1080Mhz Clock

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon' started by gerardfraser, Jun 11, 2016.

  1. Ryu5uzaku

    Ryu5uzaku Ancient Guru

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    That is the one that most likely will power my partners pc in near future. She currently plays on the hd 530, I built her a pc 2 weeks a go from z170-a, deepcool genome, 16gigs 3000mhz ram, 6700k, superflower 750w, 480 hyper x ssd and 1 tb hdd. + 24" curved samsung screen and rgb k70 rapidfire keyboard.

    Just missing the darn gpu. And behold I have a weaker machine :D :D
     
  2. Grimbarian

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    Well assuming 100% GPU usage in SLI, which almost never happens and many games, in particular The Division which is the game I'm currently playing has terrible GPU usage in SLI so I have to run on a single card. The 480 seems to do most games at 1080p @60fps max settings which a single 770 definitely can't handle.
     
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    thats totally true!

    i just meant it in regards to waiting 1 or 2 more weeks for a proper AIB card ;)
     
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  5. Grimbarian

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    If it's definitely weeks not months (and depending on the price) I'd be happy to wait, you'd think that AIB manufacturers would have a strong incentive to make the release windows/price available ASAP as there's loads of people in the same boat wondering whether to buy reference now or wait...
     
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    I think anyone who enjoy at least a bit of OC (the majority on this forum), or want a silent pc would never buy this reference card.
     
  7. OnnA

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    Really good GPU !
    I wonder what can give us the RX 490?
     
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  8. Ryu5uzaku

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    RX 480 with gddr5x would be tad better I guess.

    http://video cardz.com/61697/how-fast-radeon-rx-480-can-be
     
  9. vase

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    so speaking of properly (!) cooled AIB cards...with 2x6(or 8)pin

    on those cards we OC memory by up to 1000 Mhz!?????
    and core up to what was the lottery target range quote from kyle 1480-1600 Mhz??
     
  10. OnnA

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    As i told you before:
    1400-1500MHz + Some Mem OC and we have ~Fury-X? Performance in DX11.x but in DX12 we are far away than margin :flip2: ....

    Are you :confused:

    Now we need some: TOXIC/Black WC and Lightning and we can Hype even more !

    Update.
    I was in some Lab and i see true Power draw pW for 1450Mhz it was just little above 137W ! when gaming.
    Stock GPU in Game has no more than 88-117W (depends on Game)
    Yes they have a lot better equipment than some Web sites...
    Don't confuse TDP (thermal) with pW (wall).
     
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  11. Fox2232

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    There are Clock, Voltage, Transistor count as main contributors to performance per watt for given architecture.
    And sometimes it is simply better to make bigger GPU instead of burning watts on OC.
    Next revision of Polaris 10 chip may do better.
     
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    162W average taken from 6 reviewers

    HW.fr 164W
    Heise 156W
    HT4U 165,3W
    PCGH 158,3W
    TPU 163W
    Tom's 164W

    Here lurks at this point a real inconvenience: AMD covers the 162 Watt Games consumption and a power limit of apparently 170 watts (the driver attempts to control the map to 162-165 watts in order not to endanger this absolute limit)
    http://www.3dcenter.org/artikel/lau...-480/launch-analyse-amd-radeon-rx-480-seite-3

    Performance average taken from 15 review websites:

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    They'll need one for 1060 that's for sure.
     
  13. Archimonde

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    This is hilarious. You went to "some lab" where they have "lot better equipment than some websites" and claim stock GPU draw is 117W max ? LOOOOOOOL

    So legit. Let's ignore the results from 7+ independent reviewers who measured at the rails, and listen to Onna

    Let's add this to your long list of outrageous claims, starting with P10 being Fury X performance, P10 being more than 36CU, P10 clocking to 1500 easily, P10 consuming 90 watts...

    lol

    Seriously dude, if you don't get paid for this you should drop it.

    While RX480 is a very good GPU for the money, the 1060 won't struggle to match it's performance, and it will consume ~120w while doing so.

    From a purely architectural point of view, and considering only the launch of the RX480 /P10, gcn 1.3 is a resounding failure; barely matching maxwell level efficiency despite AMD's claims.

    Well "architectural", I mean it could be fabrication problems and bad silicon performance and electrical characteristics, but this is a huge fail

    Price performance isn't even impressive honestly.

    The 1070 is 50% faster, and it costs 50% more, and it consumes 20W less power lol

    Usually low/midrange GPUs offer high price/performance, I am not impressed.

    Vega will offer even less price/performance >_>
     
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  14. Ryu5uzaku

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    According to guru3d 5watt less that 1070 uses. AMD should have simply lowered the voltage on the cards tad for better efficiency and same performance, since they did achieve better efficiency by 33 watts by undervolting the damn thing... :D

    I don't even consider polaris a fail, it is disappointing tho. Something somewhere went totally wrong. 1060 with the amount of cores and mem bandwidth will be interesting at least it has 18 more rops. And 64 less tmus. It will match 970/480 @ 1700-1800mhz if nvidia hasn't reduced ipc like some are claiming.

    The graphics chip might draw only 117w btw :D now the whole board is a different thing lol.
     
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    What do you mean IPC? You mean shader efficiency ? IPC = # of ALUs
     

  16. Ryu5uzaku

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    Something something blablabla. Yes I messed up there. Less ipc. Not sure what I've been reading \o/ on that particular part.
     
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    haha I don't understand.

    As far as "IPC" goes the Fury X will remain as the highest IPC above all first gen Pascal cards. The Titan will be 3840 ALU max, Fury X is 4096.

    IPC is pretty useless when it comes to GPUs
     
  18. Ryu5uzaku

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    I hope AMD remedies the mess they are in fast. And while at it fixes other stuff.
     
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    I am very curious to see what happens. French hardware websites claims this is actually a PCB issue and the only available solutions to AMD is either lower power limit globally (thus lower performance) or recall.

    Yikes.

    I hope a firmware or bios update can fix this issue
     
  20. Ryu5uzaku

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    If it is indeed pcb issue aibs might fix some of those issues with custom pcb. But oh well. AMD could force lower voltage on all reference cards.
     

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