Today MSI is announcing the latest entry in the Gaming X GPU line with the Radeon RX 480 Gaming X 8G/4G cards as well as non-X variants. The main difference between the non-X and X cards is in the core and memory frequencies, with the X card having the higher performance. In return, there will be a small price difference between the two variants. MSI Radeon RX 480 Gaming Specification Comparison GAMING X 8G GAMING X 4G GAMING 8G GAMING 4G Core Clock Silent 1266 MHz Gaming 1303 MHz 1279 MHz OC Mode 1316 MHz 1292 MHz Memory Clock (Reg/OC) 8.0/8.1 Gbps GDDR5 8.0 Gbps GDDR5 VRAM 8 GB 4 GB 8 GB 4 GB Launch Date TBD Mid August 2016 Launch Price Unknown ??? Starting with appearance, all four models shown today feature an angular, aggressive, red and black design for the cooler, which glows through the...
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