|Memory Speed||6700 MHz|
|Chipset Brand||Radeon RX 470 GAMING X|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||4096 MB|
MSI GAMING Radeon RX 470 GDDR5 4GB CrossFire FinFET DirectX 12 Graphics Card (RX 470 GAMING X 4G)
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- Chipset: AMD Radeon ax 470
- Video Memory: 4GB GDDR5
- Max. Resolution: supports 4x Display monitors
- Input: 8Pin PCI-E power connector, output: DVI-D Dual-link, 2x HDMI, 2x DisplayPort
- 450W system power supply requirement. Please refer the User Guide before use.
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Patent Feature: TORX 2.0 Fan
Just like in games, the exclusive MSI TORX 2.0 Fan technology uses the power of teamwork to allow the Twin Frozr VI to achieve new levels of cool. TORX 2.0 Fan design generates 22% more air pressure for supremely silent performance in the heat of battle.
Advanced Zero Frozr Technology
First introduced in 2008 by MSI, ZeroFrozr technology has made its mark and is now the industry standard among graphics cards. It eliminates fan noise by stopping the fans in low-load situations. This means you can focus on gaming without the noise of spinning fans.
Solid Baseplate with Premium Thermal Compound
To temper the heat generated by a powerful GPU, MSI Gaming series graphics cards use a solid nickel-plated copper base plate. The base plate catches the heat from the GPU and transfers it to the heat pipes for dissipation so you can keep cool. Every detail counts when it comes to creating the ultimate thermal design, which is why Twin Frozr VI uses a premium thermal compound.
Each LED can be controlled individually by choosing any of the animation effects available in the MSI Gaming App, ranging from responding to your game sounds or music to steady light, breathing and flashing. Of course, you can also turn them off.
Multi GPU Support
Gaming enthusiasts are always looking for more performance to get the ultimate experience. Using multiple graphics cards in SLI or Crossfire is a great way to find out just how good it gets. MSI Gaming graphics cards fully support multi GPU technologies.
|Radeon RX 480 Gaming X 8G||Radeon RX 480 Gaming X 4G||Radeon RX 470 Gaming X 8G||Radeon RX 470 Gaming X 4G|
|GPU||RX 480||RX 480||RX 470||RX 470|
|GPU Clock||(OC Mode 1316 MHz) (Gaming Mode 1303 MHz) (Silent Mode 1266 MHz)||(OC Mode 1316 MHz) (Gaming Mode 1303 MHz) (Silent Mode 1266 MHz)||(OC Mode 1254 MHz) (Gaming Mode 1242 MHz) (Silent Mode 1206 MHz)||(OC Mode 1254 MHz) (Gaming Mode 1242 MHz) (Silent Mode 1206 MHz)|
|Memory||8GB GDDR5||4GB GDDR5||8GB GDDR5||4GB GDDR5|
|Memory Clock (Up To)||8100 MHz||7100 MHz||6700 MHz||6700 MHz|
|Bus||PCI Express x16 3.0||PCI Express x16 3.0||PCI Express x16 3.0||PCI Express x16 3.0|
|Stream Processor||2304 Units||2304 Units||2048 Units||2048 Units|
|Memory Interface||256 bits||256 bits||256 bits||256 bits|
|Display Output||DisplayPort x 2 (version 1.4 Ready) / HDMI x 2(version 2.0b) / DL-DVI-D||DisplayPort x 2 (version 1.4 Ready) / HDMI x 2(version 2.0b) / DL-DVI-D||DisplayPort x 2 (version 1.4 Ready) / HDMI x 2 (version 2.0b) / DL-DVI-D||DisplayPort x 2 (version 1.4 Ready) / HDMI x 2 (version 2.0b) / DL-DVI-D|
MSI AMD Radeon ax 470 gaming x 4GB GDDR5 DVI/2HDMI/2DisplayPort PCI-Express video card
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Doom, Rust, Path of Exile, WoW, The Witcher 3, all run like melted butter. Mmmmmm tasty
Edit: The fans don't work. They do sometimes, and some times they don't. It just depends on how the card is feeling. I have an aggressive fan profile set up to keep the card under 70c. The fans are at 5% up until it reaches 40c, at which point they linearly increase to 75% at 70c and then 100% at 80c.
Periodically the fans simply WILL NOT SPIN and I'll have to COMPLETELY reset my pc in order to get them spinning again. I notice when this is happening because my computer gets really quiet and the performance of my games plummets. This is not ok. Oh also, it will randomly put the fans to 100% speed with no way to stop them other then powering the PC off.
1. Zero Frozr is disabled
2. Fan profiles set.
3. Fans ignore fan profile.
4. Fans occasionally won't spin, even when I go into the software and manually set change the RPMs of them.
5. Fans will jump to 100% for no reason, and won't stop, even when I go into the software and manually set change the RPMs of them.
6. My screens will sometimes just go black and I'll have to restart my pc.
In addition, the card idles at EXTREMELY high temps. On 0% load it will idle upwards of 60c, it puts out a lot of heat.
::: UPDATE :::
I did get a replacement, though it still occasionally will randomly go to 100% fan speed for no reason, and I'll have to reset it with Afterburner which is annoying. It also will still occasionally stop the fans COMPLETELY and disregard the fan settings that I have set, causing the GPU to, under no load at all, go to 60+c. While under load when this happens it will spike almost instantly to 75+ at which point I have to hard power my PC off in order to prevent it frying.
Video Demonstration of the problem - [...]
If I can get it running I'll sure update my review. Especially if its user error.
I was quite surprised that this card does not perform as well as I thought it might. There was so many reviews that said it was basically an underclocked 480 that I went ahead and purchased it. I think I would have just spent $20 more to get an RX480 instead had I known it woul dbe a questionable performer. Even more surprising that it is an MSI that is underperforming. I am seeing sub par FPS is many basic games, such as World of Warships. Perhaps my expectations are high, as this was put into an AMD based PC I built. Main rig is a Kaby Lake I5 7600K with a medium range MSI 1060. That is full on ultra everything and never drops below 75 frames.
What makes this card miss the mark, is not its maz FPS, it is the low fps it can hit which causes that stutter you see when playing a game. It makes it unfun, that is for sure. This card will suffice, but I should have learned my lesson. Every time I try an AMD card I am disappointed in the effort it takes to get halfway decent FPS.
Now I dont have Doom, or any games that favor AMD over Nvidia, but really at around $200, this generation of video card should be able to play 60fps on a 1080P screen.
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