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Considering it's somewhat confirmed that the 1060 will only have 6GB of VRAM (plently for the resolution it's aimed at) the 480's main selling point over it will be the extra 2GB of VRAM at the same price at the cost of efficiency and some performance.
https://www.techpowerup.com/223817/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1060-reference-board-design-and-clocks-confirmed So that picture from Hong Kong w/ the 1060 stock design was the real deal. Looks pretty bad IMO so hopefully the aftermarkets look better. But from the looks of it the RX 480 will only survive from its launch to the release of the GTX 1060 which will probably be very short lived. Most people who picked it up either bought into the hype or really needed a cheap 8GB card...
Basically. If Vega and Zen flop, AMD is forever dead.
I don't think he even touched the train. He just turned his hand into a nuke launcher. Anyways, I'm really confused what happened at the end.  [[SPOILER]]  But overall quite a meh ending. At least Shokugeki no Souma S2 is airing tomorrow.
Honestly the more I look at the RX 480 the more disappointed I am regarding its performance. 970 performance at $200 is fine for the masses but efficiency is pretty piss poor since the 1070 gets fairly close power draw yet is much much better in performance. If efficiency was higher then I'd have nothing to say but maybe that will be fixed with Vega.
Wonder if any aftermarkets will have a blower style. But yeah pretty impressive card for $200. Too bad the reference design blower looks nice but performs kind of poorly.
Hm just binge read all of Boku no Hero Academia that's currently out right now, this is fantastic stuff.
This basically states that if you run a 1440p monitor above 81Hz (others are reporting above 96Hz) then your computer cannot boot, so basically you have to remove your OC then you can boot then reapply your OC every time you reboot. I assume at higher resolutions that refresh rate keeps dropping lower and lower. It's more annoying than just reapplying an OC profile every time you update drivers, this is possibly every day for some people (RIP for those who don't use sleep...
https://www.techpowerup.com/223669/geforce-gtx-pascal-faces-high-dvi-pixel-clock-booting-problems   Some people were accusing of NVIDIA pushing out Pascal as an on paper release just to get the early bird money and w/ how some of these issues are happening I'm honestly wondering. Hardware is fine but they seem to have rushed the BIOS/firmware causing some small problems that usually don't happen (fan revving now pixel clock issues).   Not a big deal but still an problem.
If you like SoL healing anime it'll be great.
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