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Enter to Win HERE - BTR's July Contest [Updated]
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(07-18-2016, 05:00 PM)apoppin Wrote:
(07-18-2016, 04:54 PM)SickBeast Wrote: Well if the RX480 can hit ~1500mhz, it will be competitive with the GTX 1060.

How far can the GTX 1060 overclock?  If it overclocks 15-20% it will maintain the same gap it does stock to stock right now.  And it will maintain the same electricity savings advantage.
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Clearly the delay with the AIB 480s is because of a supply issue with the GPUs.   The reference versions are really hard to find.  I guess I was lucky to get one at all.
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Well, I'm just saying that 1500mhz on the RX480 represents an 18% overclock. Realistically I can't see the GTX 1060 overclocking more than that in terms of percentage. There was a report of one hitting 2.1ghz but I doubt most cards will hit that speed. With the latest drivers it looks like the performance delta is only 10%. So things are looking better for AMD, particularly if the aftermarket cards can overclock well (which I doubt). Even if they don't overclock, AMD will be able to compete based on price like they always have.


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RE: Enter to Win HERE - BTR's July Contest [Updated] - by SickBeast - 07-18-2016, 05:06 PM

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