RX 480 Roundup



AMD Radeon RX 480 roundup, featuring PowerColor Devil, Sapphire Nitro+, ASUS Strix and the reference model in this competition for the user’s attention.
ATTENTION: MSI have just released their RX 480 Graphics card. It is just as I predicted in the video — metal plank with no connection to the cooler. The performance is around the PowerColor Devil 480.
Sources:
ComputerBase: https://www.computerbase.de/
KitGuru: http://www.kitguru.net/
OC3D: http://www.kitguru.net/
TechPowerUp: https://www.techpowerup.com/


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RX 480 Roundup: 25 комментариев

  • 09.08.2016 в 5:16 пп
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    very good job i love it that you took them apart and we can see everything but i'm going with rx 480 8 gig nitro but i like your opinion i'm one of your fans now 1967kID, i messed the 1st round in amazon you made my decision now i need to wait until they restock them i would of got the red devil but my air is all going front to up and is blow the air down i don't want a tornado reaction

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  • 11.08.2016 в 4:39 дп
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    Do you have any idea when the Sapphire Nitro+ will be available or in stock? I have been waiting for 2 months and still have no luck. If you have any idea, please let me know! Thank you!

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  • 12.08.2016 в 11:40 дп
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    Arctic Accelor Twin Turbo Pro 11.- € (Ebay). No OC. -> Furmarkreport:
    av.1229,01 / 25-27 FPS / max. (!) 88 Grad C. 269€+11€ = 280€

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  • 02.10.2016 в 11:31 пп
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    Liked the reviews so much, i own a RX 480 RED DEVIL, but never saw inside the board… You could do a review test, doing benchs with these beauties you have, would be awesome, congrats pal.

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  • 18.10.2016 в 2:27 дп
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    19:55 the Red Devil is that hot because its components (materials used in VRAM, V-Core) are the worst of the Rx 480 custom series. Bad materials, although big cooler and good fans probably, but lacks of a good PCB. Sapphire, XFX, MSI are the best in this series, beyond this tests, they're better overclocking than the Power Color's and Gigabyte's by far. If youre are not interested in touch voltage or OC your GPU you can go for a Power Color, Gigabyte or any other.

    The video WOULD BE perfect if in the charts we could see all models comparison about noise…etc Psycho Gaming @Psycho Gaming

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  • 22.10.2016 в 5:53 пп
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    Nice WORK DUDE , loved it , i'm picked Powercolor anyway — -.
    i hardly heard noise from PC Rx 480 Red Devil fan unless it's goes up above 2200 and 3300 is noticeable (louder than my 6 years hyper 212tx) but below 2000 only heard that Hyper 212 .

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  • 19.12.2016 в 7:36 пп
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    Great Video, you focus alot on the cooling wich i like , the devil one seem,s nice , it,s fans seem optimized for static pressure aswell, i might buy one for watercooling with a Gpu full cover block

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  • 21.01.2017 в 10:26 пп
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    Are you seriously comparing 3 fans cards to the Sapphire 2 fans card about the cooling and noise they would do? You also didn't take into account how freaking long and big the Asus and Powercolor with 3 fans are, not to mention that Asus doesn't even properly cover the vrm's and other components of the gpu with that absurd fan. Then its also price and finally average MHz the card can keep their boosts and the Sapphire Nitro+ wins easily in all of those.

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  • 25.01.2017 в 1:09 дп
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    Nice information! About a week ago i got Sapphite Rx 480 8gb Nitro + OC and i don't think i made a bad choise…will see 🙂 ;p

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