Video Demonstration of RX 480 Running in CrossFire Appear Online, Primary Card Temps. Reaching 87 Degrees
There are still some days until the official launch of AMD Radeon RX 480, but we already know that AMD has shipped review samples and is allowing reviewers to publish photos of the graphics card.
We still have not gotten our hands on the GPU, but we do have a video presentation of the graphics card running in Crossfire. The said video presentation comes from a Thai retailer and can be seen attached above.
The start of the video shows GPU-Z information followed by 3D Mark, FireStrike Demo, and FireStrike benchmarks. You will also be able to see the recently reported AMD Radeon WattMan Overclocking Tool which was spotted on Sapphire’s website before getting removed.
For your convenience, we have provided a time-stamp so that you can jump to whatever you wish to see:
- 2:30 — AMD Radeon WattMan Overclocking Tool
- 4:00 — 3DMark Test
- 4:50 — 3DMark Crash
- 5:50 — 3DMark Integrity Check
- 7:00 — Force Shutdown of 3DMark
- 10:40 — 3DMark
- 11:04 — FireStrike Demo
- 14:40 — FireStrike Benchmark
In addition to this video, we recently posted new Crossfire benchmarks that reveal GPU core clocks bumped by 22 MHz to 1288 MHz. A quick look at GPU-Z graphs and you will see some stable clocks with temperature reaching quite high – the primary card reaching 87 degrees Celsius and the secondary card reaching 82 degrees Celsius. To find out more, head over to the post!
AMD Radeon RX 480 is expected to launch on Jun. 29, 2016. The graphics card will be available for $199 USD for the 4GB variant and $229 USD for 8GB variant. We currently do not have a lot of information regarding AIB custom cards, but they usually cost more.