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Features Key features of the Radeon R5 A230
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If it's for both the GPU and display, I would still wait. If you can wait it out, I would really suggest you do as it's not only going to be great when it comes to new GPUs - but the older video cards should drop in price, too.
My current system is a 2500k and GTX 670, so the upgrade bug is biting hard, but i can also wait, as the Rift and the HTC Vibe wont really be widely available until the Summer. On the other hand, if you needed to (or anyone else reading this) buy something now, then the price drop on the R9 Nano has been a great thing, and good timing.
by Sebastian Peak |
That’s simple, with the program running and the realtime graph disabled (it polls NvAPI constantly adding noise to the mass of API calls). What it contains is a full account of the process of creating an overclocking tool beyond the constraints of common utilities such as MSI Afterburner.
by Tim Verry |
Another bit of information from that AMD video is that Project Quantum is using what looks like an external power supply. Interestingly AMD has switched out the power and USB 3.0 headers with right angle models and removed the blue ASRock heatsinks covering the VRMs and PCH.
Specifications Full list of technical specs
|Clock speed||780 MHz|
|Turbo clock speed||855 MHz|
|Is dual GPU||No|
|Texture mapping units||20|
|Render output processors||8|
|Pixel rate||6.84 GPixel/s|
|Texture rate||17.1 GTexel/s|
|Floating-point performance||547.2 GFLOPS|
|Memory clock speed||1,000 MHz|
|Effective memory clock speed||2,000 MHz|
|Memory bus||64 bit|
|Memory bandwidth||16 GB/s|
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