New Card Report #19

Published: 4th Sep 2017, 18:49 GMT | Comments

It’s been a while since our last report. Sadly, not much has happened in custom design market in the past few weeks. Allow me to give you a brief update to new cards. Hopefully, the next report should include custom RX Vega cards.

AFOX

AFOX is probably the only manufacturer to offer actual GTX 1050 reference cards. Or at least, that’s what the pictures are showing.

GPU : GP107-400 Base Clock : 1290 MHz
Cores : 768 Boost Clock : 1392 MHz
TMUs : 48 Memory Clock : 7000 MHz
ROPs : 32 Memory : 4 GB GDDR5 128b

GPU : GP107-300 Base Clock : 1354 MHz
Cores : 640 Boost Clock : 1455 MHz
TMUs : 40 Memory Clock : 7000 MHz
ROPs : 32 Memory : 2 GB GDDR5 128b

ASUS

ASUS released two GTX 1050s called DUAL OC V2.

GPU : GP107-400 Base Clock : 1341 MHz (+4.0%)
Cores : 768 Boost Clock : 1455 MHz (+4.5%)
TMUs : 48 Memory Clock : 7000 MHz
ROPs : 32 Memory : 4 GB GDDR5 128b

GPU : GP107-300 Base Clock : 1404 MHz (+3.7%)
Cores : 640 Boost Clock : 1518 MHz (+4.3%)
TMUs : 40 Memory Clock : 7000 MHz
ROPs : 32 Memory : 2 GB GDDR5 128b

More importantly, ASUS is the only manufacturer to showcase (and also preview) their custom Vega designs. These cards are marginally faster than reference cards, but also much quieter and cooler.

GPU : Vega 10 XT Base Clock : TBD
Cores : 4096 Boost Clock : TBD
TMUs : 256 Memory Clock : 1890 MHz
ROPs : 64 Memory : 8 GB HBM2 2048b

GPU : Vega 10 XL Base Clock : TBD
Cores : 3584 Boost Clock : TBD
TMUs : 224 Memory Clock : 1600 MHz
ROPs : 64 Memory : 8 GB HBM2 2048b

BIOSTAR

Biostar also has Vega in the offer, but I wouldn’t expect custom variants to be available from Biostar anytime soon.

GPU : Vega 10 XTX Base Clock : 1406 MHz
Cores : 4096 Boost Clock : 1677 MHz
TMUs : 256 Memory Clock : 1890 MHz
ROPs : 64 Memory : 8 GB HBM2 2048b

GPU : Vega 10 XT Base Clock : 1247 MHz
Cores : 4096 Boost Clock : 1546 MHz
TMUs : 256 Memory Clock : 1890 MHz
ROPs : 64 Memory : 8 GB HBM2 2048b

ELSA

Japanese manufacturer has a new revision of the GTX 1060 SAC.

GPU : GP106-400 Base Clock : 1506 MHz
Cores : 1280 Boost Clock : 1708 MHz
TMUs : 80 Memory Clock : 8000 MHz
ROPs : 48 Memory : 6 GB GDDR5 192b

GIGABYTE

Gigabyte released a black edition of their 1080 Ti GAMING OC model. We also have a new revision of AORUS GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 WINDFORCE with a dual-fan cooler.

GPU : GP102-350 Base Clock : 1544 MHz (+4.3%)
Cores : 3584 Boost Clock : 1657 MHz (+4.7%)
TMUs : 224 Memory Clock : 11008 MHz
ROPs : 88 Memory : 11 GB GDDR5X 352b

GPU : GP104-410 Base Clock : 1733 MHz (+7.8%)
Cores : 2560 Boost Clock : 1873 MHz (+8.1%)
TMUs : 160 Memory Clock : 11008 MHz
ROPs : 64 Memory : 8 GB GDDR5X 256b

GPU : GP104-200 Base Clock : 1582 MHz (+5.0%)
Cores : 1920 Boost Clock : 1771 MHz (+5.2%)
TMUs : 120 Memory Clock : 8008 MHz
ROPs : 64 Memory : 8 GB GDDR5 256b

GPU : Vega 10 XL Base Clock : 1156 MHz
Cores : 3584 Boost Clock : 1471 MHz
TMUs : 224 Memory Clock : 1600 MHz
ROPs : 64 Memory : 8 GB HBM2 2048b

Probably the most interesting model from GIGABYTE (released last week) is the mini-ITX version of GTX 1080. Yes, 1080, not 1070. This is currently the smallest GP104-400 card on the market.

GPU : GP104-400 Base Clock : 1632 MHz (+1.6%)
Cores : 2560 Boost Clock : 1771 MHz (+2.2%)
TMUs : 160 Memory Clock : 10008 MHz
ROPs : 64 Memory : 8 GB GDDR5X 256b

HIS

GPU : Vega 10 XL Base Clock : 1156 MHz
Cores : 3584 Boost Clock : 1471 MHz
TMUs : 224 Memory Clock : 1600 MHz
ROPs : 64 Memory : 8 GB HBM2 2048b

LEADTEK

Leadtek introduced two WinFast cards, the GT 1030 based on reference model and HURRICANE based on PNY/MAXSUN design (it’s the same company after all).

GPU : GP108-300 Base Clock : 1227 MHz
Cores : 384 Boost Clock : 1468 MHz
TMUs : 24 Memory Clock : 6000 MHz
ROPs : 8 Memory : 2 GB GDDR5 64b

GPU : GP102-350 Base Clock : 1544 MHz (+4.3%)
Cores : 3584 Boost Clock : 1657 MHz (+4.7%)
TMUs : 224 Memory Clock : 11008 MHz
ROPs : 88 Memory : 11 GB GDDR5X 352b

MAXSUN

Maxsun has their own Vega 64. It has a nice packaging with JetStream logo.

GPU : Vega 10 XT Base Clock : 1247 MHz
Cores : 4096 Boost Clock : 1546 MHz
TMUs : 256 Memory Clock : 1890 MHz
ROPs : 64 Memory : 8 GB HBM2 2048b

MSI

MSI has been busy adding new mid-range models, especially Polaris-based RX 560. We also have two Vega cards and GTX 1050. Still no sight of GAMING Vega though.

GPU : Vega 10 XTX Base Clock : 1406 MHz
Cores : 4096 Boost Clock : 1677 MHz
TMUs : 256 Memory Clock : 1890 MHz
ROPs : 64 Memory : 8 GB HBM2 2048b

GPU : Vega 10 XT Base Clock : 1247 MHz
Cores : 4096 Boost Clock : 1546 MHz
TMUs : 256 Memory Clock : 1890 MHz
ROPs : 64 Memory : 8 GB HBM2 2048b

GPU : Polaris 21 XT Base Clock : 1196 MHz (+1.8%)
Cores : 1024 Boost Clock : 1275 MHz
TMUs : 64 Memory Clock : 7000 MHz
ROPs : 16 Memory : 2 GB GDDR5 128b

GPU : Polaris 21 XT Base Clock : 1196 MHz (+1.8%)
Cores : 1024 Boost Clock : 1275 MHz
TMUs : 64 Memory Clock : 7000 MHz
ROPs : 16 Memory : 4 GB GDDR5 128b

GPU : Polaris 21 XT Base Clock : 1175 MHz
Cores : 1024 Boost Clock : 1275 MHz
TMUs : 64 Memory Clock : 7000 MHz
ROPs : 16 Memory : 2 GB GDDR5 128b

GPU : Polaris 21 XT Base Clock : 1175 MHz
Cores : 1024 Boost Clock : 1275 MHz
TMUs : 64 Memory Clock : 7000 MHz
ROPs : 16 Memory : 4 GB GDDR5 128b

GPU : GP107-300 Base Clock : 1404 MHz (+3.7%)
Cores : 640 Boost Clock : 1518 MHz (+4.3%)
TMUs : 40 Memory Clock : 7000 MHz
ROPs : 32 Memory : 2 GB GDDR5 128b


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