This overclocking session provides a detailed preview of how well the refreshed Polaris cards are created to handle loads under overclock.
We are looking at upgraded VRM for better power delivery and thus allowing higher overclocks.
AMD has announced the Radeon Instinct a while ago which has 12,5 Tflops of horsepower if the consumer-line RX Vega cards will feature the same horsepower is probably, although hasn't been confirmed yet. This resulted in PCI Express slots dying or affecting the entire motherboard.
VideoCardz, who has been accurate with graphics cards rumors in the past, has a released new images of an unannounced AMD RX Vega graphics card. So this is similar to many custom variants of the Radeon RX 480 that are available on the market.
The overclocked RX 580 in question is from XFX, with it rocking a single 8-pin PCIe connector and stock GPU clocks of 1360MHz. The card will also feature all 2304 stream processors, 144 TMUs, 32 ROPs.
Here we can see that the only difference between the AMD Radeon RX 580 and the RX 480 is in the clock speeds. The card will pump out 256 GB/s bandwidth.
The reference models will feature a single 8-pin power connector so users can determine 8+6 or 8+8 pin configurations on custom models.
It is interesting to see that the AMD Radeon RX 580 seen here has a water block, something that we have not seen.
The GPU was able to go up to 1500 MHz but there was a bug in the Wattman software which would reduce the power to the card.
Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal's rivalry in numbers
Roger Federer denied Rafael Nadal a first Miami Open title as he powered his way to a straight-sets victory in Sunday's final. Nadal was outplayed by the Swiss in their most recent meeting in Indian Wells but the world No7 is unfazed by that result.