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    Release year
    2016
    Memory type
    GDDR5
    Graphics processor
    Radeon RX 480
    Cooling
    Active
    Memory capacity
    8GB
    Length
    298 mm

    General

    CAD/CAM graphics card
    No
    Cooling
    Active
    Number of fans
    3
    Semi-passive
    Yes
    Factory overclocked
    Yes
    Graphics processor
    Radeon RX 480
    Low profile
    No
    Non-reference cooler
    Yes
    PCI Express channels
    x16
    PCI Express version
    PCI-E 3.0
    Unified Shading architecture
    Yes
    Unified Shaders
    2304

    Connectors

    DisplayPort
    Yes
    DisplayPort version
    1.4
    Number of DisplayPort outputs
    2 pc
    Type of DisplayPort connector
    Standard
    DVI
    Yes
    Dual Link
    1 pc
    Single Link
    0 pc
    DVI->HDMI adapter included
    0 pc
    DVI->VGA adapter included
    0 pc
    Number of DVI outputs
    1 pc
    HDMI
    Yes
    HDMI version
    2.0b
    HDMI->DVI adapter included
    No
    Number of HDMI outputs
    2 pc
    Type of HDMI connector
    Standard (Type A)
    Other connectors
    VGA outputs
    0 pc

    Image properties

    Maximum resolution
    7680x4320
    Number of supported monitors
    4 pc

    Dimensions

    Length
    298 mm
    Number of slots
    2 pc

    Features

    Features
    VR ready

    Compatibility

    Support for multiple graphics cards
    Yes
    Multi-GPU technology
    CrossFireX
    DirectX
    12.0
    HDR
    Yes
    OpenGL
    4.5
    Operating system
    Linux, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
    Vulkan
    1.0

    Memory

    Memory acceleration
    No
    Memory bandwidth
    256 GB/s
    Memory capacity
    8GB
    Memory interface
    256 bit
    Memory speed
    8000 MHz
    Memory type
    GDDR5

    Processor

    GPU Boost
    Yes
    Processor speed (Boost)
    1330 MHz
    Processor speed
    1310 MHz

    Power supply

    Supplementary power connector
    1x8-pin

    Miscellaneous

    Manufacturer warranty
    3 Years
    Release year
    2016

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Reviews

    3.6 of 5 stars

    Based on 3 reviews

    patrik200
    2017-01-08
    Did the same as FLEXNES. I bought an XFX card but it was bad, high temp, clocked down ... Bought a strix that works 1000x better.
    flexnes
    2016-12-01
    Really good card. Have a freesync screen so I'll stick to AMD. First bought an XFX Radeon RX 480 cards. This card was extremely loud and I got a blue screen on several occasions. Did notice a big difference when I switched out the XFX card with Asus. Asus card is very quiet and stable. Not a single blue screen during the month, I had the card, compared with 2-5 blue screens pr night when I used the XFX card. Also feel that the Asus card is a bit faster than XFX, which can be explained by that this is a slightly overclocked from factory. Run BF1 campaign in 90fps (single player) and 40-50fps in multiplayer and The Division 45-50fps. Both games in ultra settings, 2560x1440. The only thing that lets it does not get full marks is the price. Compare however with cheaper cards, type XFX card I had before, so it is definitely worth the extra cost.