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ASUS announce their RX 480 Gaming Strix OC

ASUS announce their RX 480 Gaming OC

ASUS RX 480 pictured

ASUS announce their RX 480 Gaming Strix OC

 

ASUS announce their RX 480 Gaming Strix OC, which will feature a factory overclock of 1330MHz on the GPU core and features an 8-pin PCIe power connector. 

The company has also stated that they will also be releasing an RX 480 Gaming Strix which will feature a lower factory overclock of 1286MHz. 

 

ASUS annouced their ROG Strix RX 480 GPU

 

Below are the specifications of ASUS' RX 480 Gaming Strix, which both feature 8GB of VRAM and dual HDMI connections, dual DisplayPort 1.4 connections and a single DVI-D connection. 

 

 AMD RX 480 4GBAMD RX 480 8GBASUS RX 480 8GB Gaming StrixASUS RX 480 8GB Gaming Strix OC
GPU AtchitecturePolarisPolarisPolarisPolaris
GPU core clock speed1120MHz1120MHz--
GPU Boost Clock Speed1266MHz1266MHz1286MHz1330MHz
GPU Stream Processors2304230423042304
Memory Cappacity4GB8GB8GB8GB
Memory Speed7000MHz8000MHz--
BackplateNoNoYesYes
RGB IlluminationNoNoYesYes
Power connections1x 6-pin1x 6-pin1x 6-pin1x 6-pin

 

This GPU will also feature ASUS' GPU FanConnect technology, adding two 4-pin GPU-controlled fan headers to the GPU which can be connected to system fans to provide targeted supplemental cooling for optimal thermal performance.

 

You can join the discussion on ASUS' RX 480 Strix Gaming OC on the OC3D Forums

 

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15-07-2016, 13:05:05

NeverBackDown
Two typos in the graph, should say 1x8pin instead of 6 for the Strix models

Glad they announced it.. But when can we buy it!Quote

15-07-2016, 13:57:57

W1tness
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Two typos in the graph, should say 1x8pin instead of 6 for the Strix models

Glad they announced it.. But when can we buy it!
We don't exactly have solid dates for any AIB cards but I'd say the end of July and beginning of August.Quote

15-07-2016, 19:36:03

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by W1tness View Post
We don't exactly have solid dates for any AIB cards but I'd say the end of July and beginning of August.
Rumors came out about 2 days ago that they are planned for end of next week. Which is close to end of july. I'm just tired of waiting. If it's not end of next week i'll probably spring for a 1070.Quote

15-07-2016, 22:29:43

W1tness
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Rumors came out about 2 days ago that they are planned for end of next week. Which is close to end of july. I'm just tired of waiting. If it's not end of next week i'll probably spring for a 1070.
I Honestly don't blame you with the extremely slow release and lack of stock for literally every new graphics card out there at the moment.Quote

15-07-2016, 23:47:58

Dicehunter
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Rumors came out about 2 days ago that they are planned for end of next week. Which is close to end of july. I'm just tired of waiting. If it's not end of next week i'll probably spring for a 1070.
The performance gap between a 480 and 1070 is quite large almost twice as fast in some games and that's before overclocking, I'd personally just go for the better performing card.Quote
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