Figured since this is the new directx12 benchmark which is considered "seperate" from the rest... it makes sense right? Recently been handling a few of the RX 460/470/480's... but due to circumstances i've only got the RX 460 still on hand for a couple weeks before it gets stuffed into another machine and off to a customer. In the meantime: http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/14531580? This is an HIS RX 460 4GB iCooler What i can say is that the intel Stock cooler (which runs very quiet already)... is louder than the GPU's cooler which took roughly 60 seconds for it to start spinning after the demo/test actually began (no the loading screen), at which point it looks like it's hovering around 800rpm roughly. Touching the gpu heatsink directly during benchmarks... didn't even feel warm to the touch. It would have been nice if some of the 3rd party manufacturers actually created a non pci-ex 6 pin version of the cards, or at least made it so that you didn't have to plug in the pci-ex 6 pin at all unless you intended on overclocking (should have been built into the bios to adjust clocks automatically if it sensed a 6 pin or not to keep within the requirements of the gpu/ram power).