Radeon RX 480 Overclock Tool Is Called Radeon WattMan, Cannot Reach 1400 MHz
According to an image that appeared on Sapphire’s official website, the upcoming AMD Radeon RX 480 will have an official overclocking tool called Radeon WattMan.
As noted by VideoCardz; Sapphire had an AMD Radeon RX 480 page online for a brief moment which had the name for Radeon Settings overclocking tool which will be called Radeon WattMan – you can check out the image attached below:
- Radeon Software
Radeon Software drivers enable the ultimate in performance, features and stability to ensure an exceptionally smooth and fast out-of-box experience, and one that can get better with future updates.
- Radeon WattMan (Formerly AMD OverDrive)
Push your hardware to limits. Radeon settings take customization to a whole new level with per state control over clocks, voltages, and temperatures.
- 1st Day Driver Support
Radeon software features planned up-to the minute game optimizations for performance enhancements and stability improvements.
In addition to this, it has also been reported that most of the review samples of AMD Radeon RX 480 are facing problems when reaching anything above 1,350 MHz. According to several reports, the highest that the card has reached is 1,379 MHz. A member of PCGamesHardware has also reported that that their sample of RX 480 did not reach 1,400 MHz.
We recently shared some of the stripped down pictures of the upcoming graphics cards that shows a lot previously unknown. According to these stripped down images, the RX 480 has a smaller die size as compared to Radeon 200 and 300 series. Moreover, its GDDR5 chips are Samsung manufactured and it boasts a simple yet efficient cooling solution. To read up more, head over to the post!