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  • #41
    Could you run the benchmark with rx480 and rx580 with limited fps to 144 and then 60? Playing dota 2. 144 is for 144 monitors and 60 is for just having playable game at any time. And measure the power consumtion. Also I would be interested in these new so called power savings.

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    • #42
      GTX 1060 remains the better choice.
      RX 580 is even less efficient than RX 480, and consumes more than GTX 1080. The efficiency gap with Pascal is massive.

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      • #43
        Hm, interesting. Indeed, looks like the increased clocks cost power. Since I have a GTX 660, and my PSU is ~440W, I really don't want to go above that. Which means that an RX 580 is just out of the range. An RX 570 is well within it, though. On the other hand, RX 480 is also within it. Which means that there's an annoying dilemma between the stronger RX 480 and weaker RX 570. The RX 480 might be more power-hungry than was shown in specs, but it's still less power-hungry than RX 580 as seen in the benchmark.

        I suppose the price-performance is better for the RX 570 though.

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        • #44
          Originally posted by efikkan View Post
          GTX 1060 remains the better choice.
          RX 580 is even less efficient than RX 480, and consumes more than GTX 1080. The efficiency gap with Pascal is massive.
          I agree if you like patch nvidia driver for new kernels, do not like graphical user interfaces and you like ugly terminal resolution.

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          • #45
            I'm thinking on build my first desktop, I would like to use AMD for the open driver but I want to limit the power usage. Is the first time that I hear about it, what about the undervolt solution? I saw the the itoffshore post and the reddit discussion linked below: it is easily feasible also for us on Linux? I would like to have a 580 RX but less power hungry, with power consumption like a GTX 1060
            Which one will consume less wattage? I know at stock the 580 is higher but which one consumes less once undervolted?

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