|Memory Speed||1244 MHz|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||2000 MB|
ASUS Dual-Fan Radeon Rx 460 2GB OC Edition AMD Gaming Graphics Card (DUAL-RX460-O2G)
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- Dual fan cooling provides double airflow for 3x quieter gameplay
- GPU TWEAK II makes monitoring performance and streaming easier than ever, featuring game booster and XSplit Game caster, all via an intuitive interface and 1-click overclocking
- Auto-extreme manufacturing technology delivers premium quality and reliability with aerospace-grade super alloy power II components
- Plug & play: works with existing power supply with no external PCIe power required
- Free sync technology eliminates screen tearing for a smooth gaming experience
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Double the Cool
Experience incredible performance with the Dual-fan Radeon RX 460 with 1-click overclocking. Auto-Extreme manufacturing with Super Alloy Power II components ensures premium quality and reliability while dual fans provides a quieter and cooler gaming environment. GPU Tweak II with Game Booster and XSplit Gamecaster delivers ultimate monitoring and streaming control.
At A Glance.
- Dual fan cooling provides doubled airflow for 3x quieter gameplay
- GPU Tweak II makes monitoring performance and streaming easier than ever, featuring Game Booster and XSplit Gamecaster, all via an intuitive interface and 1-click overclocking
- Auto-Extreme manufacturing technology delivers premium quality and reliability with aerospace-grade Super Alloy Power II components
- Plug and Play: Works with existing power supply with no external PCIe power required
- FreeSync technology eliminates screen tearing for a smooth gaming experience
Optimized twin fans drive 2X greater airflow while maintaining 3X quieter performance, combining enhanced cooling with a more pleasant gaming and computing environment.
Auto-Extreme Technology with Super Alloy Power II
ASUS graphics cards are produced using Auto-Extreme technology, an industry-first 100% automated production process, and feature premium Super Alloy Power II components that enhance efficiency, reduce power loss, decrease component buzzing under load, and lower thermal temperatures for unsurpassed quality and reliability.
Tweak To Your Heart's Content
Redesigned with an intuitive, all-new UI, GPU Tweak II makes overclocking easier and more visual than ever, while still retaining advanced options for seasoned overclockers. With one click, the new Gaming Booster function maximizes graphics performance by removing redundant processes and allocating all available resources automatically. XSplit Gamecaster lets you easily stream or record your gameplay right from a convenient, in-game overlay.
Xsplit Gamecaster: Stream and Record Your Gameplay Instantly
Now, you can also launch XSplit Gamecaster to bring up the in-game overlay and start streaming or recording your gameplay with the click of a button. You can also try the in-game annotations and video editor features to enhance your game stream experience.
Experience incredible performance with the dual-fan Radeon rx 460 with 1-click overclocking. Auto-extreme manufacturing with super alloy power II components ensures premium quality and reliability while dual fans provides a quieter and cooler gaming environment. Gpu tweak II with game booster and XSplit game caster delivers ultimate monitoring and streaming control.
Top customer reviews
- It's Quiet
- Runs at great temperatures
- Excellent performance for the price
- Will not keep advertised 1270mhz clock speed out of the box (thought it can be easily fixed with included software)
As a side note I am currently pairing this with a FX-6300 Clocked in at 4.3Ghz any CPU worse than this will affect your Framerate as my processor already bottlenecks the card in some games I tested.
A 8GB Vram RX480 is much better than a 3gb or 6gb 1060. Reason being, modded video games (textures), running background programs like pandora or youtube while playing video games, video production, or 3d rendering.
A properly overclocked RX 480 will outperform a 1060 out of the box for 40-50 dollars less. The limiting factor for overclocking a 480 is heat, the limiting factor for overclocking a 1060 is propaganda. With the default BIOS I am running at 1400mhz @ 1.15 V (Strix GPU Tweaker, the max voltage allowed is 1.3V (1.4V with a custom-flashed BIOS ). The 1060 requires PCB modification for any decent overclocking, max overclock on a 1060 is ~108% (compared to 115-120% on RX 480, over twice the overclock potential on air) and like all recent NVidia graphics cards don't overclock very much unless you dump liquid nitrogen on it. Where as with the RX 480, there are plenty who are making the 1500+ on water. What this all means is 1060 talks a big game, but the sleeping giant of the mid-tier GPU world is the RX 480.
RX 480 is capable of being paired with another for CrossFire, 1060 is not. Crossfire works pretty well 90% of the time, despite the negativity surrounding it. The other 10% has to do with NVidia optimized games, modded games with nvidia optimization, and bad game programming. (sometimes drivers, but that really isn't the case anymore)
Here are some games where you may wonder how they perform on this card overclocked (Cpu: 6900k @ 4.5ghz with 3200mhz 16 CAS ram)
- Skyrim Modded Heavily with textures and Realvision ENB : 45 FPS in the heavy dense areas like Riverwood (Extended), Capped at 60 for most of the game.
- Skyrim Remastered, no mods, max settings: Solid 60
- Metal Gear Solid V & VI : Solid 60 (Capped)
- Modded Minecraft (shaders+256TexturePack+default shader settings) - 45 FPS around Villages, it can bog down to around 28-30 in Huge Player Cities
- Black Desert Online (max settings) - 50-53 FPS
- The Division (MAX (not ultra) settings - Nvidia Shadows) - 50 FPS (for reference, 1060 out of box gets 45 FPS on ultra on a NVidia sponsored game)
- These are the rough games for AMD, if not all GPUS. All other games I own perform 60+
Finally, consider the monitor to go with it. Freesync monitors are half the price of Gsync monitors and preform on equal ground.
The one thing AMD doesn't have going for it is it can't run Nvidia proprietary software like NVidia hairworks (even though AMD lets them use Tress FX), can't run PhysX (even though Havok was free to use till Microsoft bought them out), can't run NVidia's 3D vision (but they have their own tridef, also open platform)... you get the point.
I'm not an AMD fan, but I'm so fed up with people sucking up to NVidia so they can get sponsored by the next wave of NVidia cards, and then spread false information on behalf of NVidia. So, yea, RX 480, the way to go, and you can feel good about it on a whole new level.
** Update, managed to get a 1490mhz clock at 1.3V, stock bios, open air test bench, to run benches and games ** - Air cooling
Just for another reference, you'd have to overclock a 1060 22.5% to get this score. It's possible, with hard pcb volt modding, but highly unlikely and most definitely not on air.
** Another Update:
So I Benched this from 1450mhz to 1500mhz on 3d mark time spy. Something to note: memory overclocking is negligable, anything from 8000 to 8500 didn't change the score in the slightest. The most interesting thing however is that at 1480mhz produced the best results, at 1490 and 1500, the 3dmark score was actually far worse. At 1480, I was ranked 2nd in my cpu category (got a lousy lottery cpu), with a score of 4700. @1500mhz, my 3dmark score ranged in the 4300-4400's. Quite the difference.
Motherboard: ASUS Z170 Pro Gaming/Aura
Processor: Intel Core i7 6700K 4.00GHz
Cooler: Cryorig H7
RAM: G.Skill Ripjaws V Series 32GB (4 x 8GB) 3000MHz
SSD: Samsung Evo 850 500GB
Hard Drive: 2TB Seagate 7200 RPM
Graphics: ASUS ROG STRIX Radeon RX 480 8GB OC Edition
PSU: EVGA 600 B1, 80+ BRONZE 600W
CD Drive: Lightscribe DVD RW
Case: Corsair 200R (1 x Front Fan, 1 x Rear Fan)