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SAPPHIRE RX 480 NITRO NOW AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER AT OVERCLOCKERS UK (WORLD FIRST) !!!

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by Gibbo, Jul 2, 2016.

  1. monkeydrufy

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    just ordered a nitro + 4gb
    If I got right, it will be send next week?

    thanks
     
  2. Sszaki

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    more like week after
     
  3. Bantu

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    According to Gibbo earlier in the thread it will arrive at OCUK end of next week, so should be with us (customers) the Monday after.
     
  4. itinkerstuff

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    Quick! I'm going to get the Radeon RX 480 Nitro+ OC... which PSU should I get?

    Seasonic M12II EVO 520 or Seasonic M12II EVO 650 (Bronze)?
    or should I pay extra and go with the Seasonic X650 (Gold)?

    It says that the card has a TDP of 175w and that only a 400w PSU is required. I only have an i3 6100 CPU right now but I plan to upgrade it to a 6700K in the future. Thoughts???
     
  5. Sszaki

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  6. Alexrose1uk

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    Got my order in for the Powercolor Devil. If the cooler does its job properly the 1360+ core should give it a slight edge over other AIB and perhaps allow further clocking if they've designed thier overall PCB well.

    If reviews aren't great I've got plenty of time to change my mind!!
     
  7. Gregster

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    Location: Essex innit!

    https://www.overclockers.co.uk/supe...0-plus-gold-power-supply-black-ca-003-sf.html

    All day long this one.
     
  8. JustEner

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    Depends on what "extra" means. But...
    Personally I recommend not to save money on PSU. You buy it for a long time. Maybe it will work (and should) in your PC when every other parts are already replaced.
    So if you can afford buy the Gold.
     
  9. Boot_Loop

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  10. Blackjack Davy

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    4gb Nitro for £199? Thats a cracking price. Sold. Should replace an ageing 7950 @ 1080p nicely.
     
  11. jupiter_man

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    Will there be any OC benchmark?
     
  12. Egg90

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    He said they'd only have a short amount of time for a couple of tests so I doubt it.
     
  13. Ewaf

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    Will the 4GB suffice for a 1080p gamer who is coming from a 7950? Or is the extra for 8gb worth it?
     
  14. Final8y

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    Leaked
     
    Last edited: Jul 21, 2016
  15. sweols

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    Thank god I went for the Nitro... Looks epic!
     
  16. Sszaki

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    Something strange with those graphs. Why cards are changing color?
     
  17. Mr.E.

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    Number 1 = green
    Number 2 = orange
    Number 3 = yellow
    etc.....
     
  18. Kano

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    1420 :eek:

    Thats quite a boost from the stock speeds. Is that leak from a reliable source? Looks kind of photoshopped with the colours of the cards in the bar chart changing...
     
  19. sweols

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    Probably easier for editing purposes
     
  20. AA25

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    Any opinions about the Gigabyte G1 RX 480? Haven't seen anyone mention it at all.