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Smile AMD Fury X Owners' Thread - 06-25-2015, 10:07 | posts: 5,337 | Location: EU, CZ, Brno

Guys, here we come. This is place for sharing experiences, not insults.
Share your findings, don't flame.

If you have something of value, come and let us know. If you have nothing of value (no 1st hand experience), please stay away.

Thank You all for keeping it clean and nice.

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Default 06-25-2015, 10:17 | posts: 2,637 | Location: Netherlands

Yeah this should be better than some idiotic gloat thread.

I've been looking at reviews and every time I see Fury X beating a 390X by a mere 15% margin at 1080p I get the idea that there's still some performance left that needs to be found...not in the least because it has 45% more SPs lol. Makes you wonder what performance levels will be six weeks from now.
   
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Default 06-25-2015, 10:48 | posts: 1,933 | Location: South Africa

Has anyone done some 3dmark DX12 testing in Windows 10?
That should be interesting and should give an indication of future performance.

I also think there's improvement to be found in future drivers.

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Default 06-25-2015, 11:05 | posts: 6,353 | Location: Australia

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Yeah this should be better than some idiotic gloat thread.

I've been looking at reviews and every time I see Fury X beating a 390X by a mere 15% margin at 1080p I get the idea that there's still some performance left that needs to be found...not in the least because it has 45% more SPs lol. Makes you wonder what performance levels will be six weeks from now.
Too true. As I mentioned in the review thread (although I think it was overshadowed by the trolls...) I believe the Fury X current driver is more of a temporary solution. There was absolutely no point in AMD fully optimising the Windows 8.1 driver for it since Windows 8.1 has 5 weeks of life left. This means the drive is effectively kind of working off the 390X optimisations (since this is a card refresh). This is why there isn't the performance different shown. It probably also can't make use of the extra memory bandwidth afforded by HBM either. Realistically, you would have to be an idiot to want Fury X, the latest hardware for the rest of the machine, and still be stubborn not to move from Windows 7 and 8.1. The ironic thing about their stubborness is if they weren't 'forced' to move, but the upgrade was still free, they would probably upgrade!

Anyways, the focus the past few months has been on the Windows 10 driver. Not specifically just DirectX 12, but also reducing the DirectX 11 overhead and optimising the use of card resources etc. We've had a taste of this in the leaked 1040 driver build, but the real performance benefits will come to light come Windows 10 release (if not beforehand). This is in AMD's advantage, since the Nvidia drivers already got the 'DirectX 11' love in response to AMD's Mantle last year. In other words, AMD has more headroom potential!

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Has anyone done some 3dmark DX12 testing in Windows 10?
That should be interesting and should give an indication of future performance.

I also think there's improvement to be found in future drivers.
As above, and yes I think DirectX 12 will shine on this, and other GCN cards as well. You cant' really do any benchmarks yet, because the current leaked Windows 10 drivers don't support Fury (I believe anyway). It would also be misleading since there could be changes to the Windows 10 performance come RTM, as well as the drivers.
   
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Default 06-25-2015, 13:21 | posts: 5,337 | Location: EU, CZ, Brno

Just for Fun of it:
Me - lazy plagiator.
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One out, One In:
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GPU-Z
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HWiNFO64 does not recognize VRM control chip yet - version: 4.65.2540

Side note: I ordered mine 5 minutes after it was listed. Guy in shop told me that last one was sold 10 minutes afterwards.

Side note 2: Bundled with DP => DL-DVI-D adapter, max resolution available @120Hz for this is 1440x900. Other wise it goes over 1920x1080 @60Hz.


Benchmarks:
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Luxmark (I have same old build from day I got HD7970):
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API overhead Test vs HD7970:
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API Overhead Test Fury X with Different Drivers:
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Heaven benchmark
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Witcher:
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Witcher 2:
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Witcher 3:
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Battlefield 4:
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WH 40k: DoW 2 - Retribution:
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WH 40k: Space Marine:
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Killer Is Dead - Nightmare Edition:
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Payday 2:
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CS:GO
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DOTA 2:
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Warframe:
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Dead Island:
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BTW: Following of games above are in TOP20 currently played on steam:
DOTA2 - 1st; CS:GO - 2nd; Payday 2 - 11th; Warframe - 12th; Witcher 3 - 14th.
Untested from TOP20 (which I have): Team Fortress 2; Civilization V; Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim; CS 1.6; Left 4 Dead 2
Highest VRAM Utilization (OS+Game = total): The Witcher 2 - 3311MB; 2160p all settings maxed.

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Default 06-25-2015, 13:25 | posts: 9,667 | Location: Serbia, NS

Nice one. I'm waiting for a Nano or Fury (non-X). Dont really have that much to spend. Next month maybe?

I'm hoping Fury (non-X) will have similiar performance for less cash, just like 290 did vs 290X.
   
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Default 06-25-2015, 13:28 | posts: 6,500 | Location: Finland

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Yeah this should be better than some idiotic gloat thread.

I've been looking at reviews and every time I see Fury X beating a 390X by a mere 15% margin at 1080p I get the idea that there's still some performance left that needs to be found...not in the least because it has 45% more SPs lol. Makes you wonder what performance levels will be six weeks from now.
And it pretty much beats the 390x on 4k with 45% margin so yeah.
   
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Default 06-25-2015, 13:30 | posts: 6,500 | Location: Finland

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One out, One In:

Side note: I ordered mine 5 minutes after it was listed. Guy in shop told me that last one was sold 10 minutes afterwards.

Side note 2: Windows 10 thinks I have 8GB of dedicated video memory, will have to play with new drivers later. back to Work now!
Gz on the card. I am getting Nano for htpc when that thing hits the streets.
   
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Default 06-25-2015, 13:41 | posts: 6,761

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Me - lazy plagiator.
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One out, One In:

Side note: I ordered mine 5 minutes after it was listed. Guy in shop told me that last one was sold 10 minutes afterwards.

Side note 2: Windows 10 thinks I have 8GB of dedicated video memory, will have to play with new drivers later. back to Work now!
Congrats! Report back with GPU-Z stats asap!

As for the driver, you just need to wait for AMD to find a way to feed this thing fast enough. Get ready to jump to Windows 10 really fast
   
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Default 06-25-2015, 14:22 | posts: 5,337 | Location: EU, CZ, Brno

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Congrats! Report back with GPU-Z stats asap!

As for the driver, you just need to wait for AMD to find a way to feed this thing fast enough. Get ready to jump to Windows 10 really fast
I am on Windows 10 already for quite some time. On my 1080p it will be underutilized, but at least I can use downsampling in more games and it will be put in proper use with Valve's Vive.
Will post some stuff from monitoring tools (GPU-z / HWiNFO64) if they will actually read it properly. Because for now HWiNFO could read only GPU temperature, not voltages, nor VRMs temperatures or power draw... (I am on bit older release, so new beta may already be able to read this chip.)

Will get to it as I get home... have one more errand to run... My old Accelero Xtreme cooled HD7970 has to travel 40km to cousin's wife's gaming PC, and I am one to install it.
   
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Default 06-25-2015, 14:38 | posts: 2,637 | Location: Netherlands

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And it pretty much beats the 390x on 4k with 45% margin so yeah.
No it doesn't. It's 25% (at TPU and Computerbase) AND that's the highest margin it gets over 390X. (in case you were serious)

I think I did see the ~45% show its face in Unigine Heaven at Normal settings somewhere...

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Default 06-25-2015, 14:57 | posts: 1,933 | Location: South Africa

My supplier is only getting stock on the FuryX on the 30 June but guess what... the dual GPU is expected on the 15th July

SC-S9FX2 Sapphire r9-Fury X2 dual-gpu 14999.00
   
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Default 06-25-2015, 16:15 | posts: 658 | Location: Argentina

If someone have time, can upload some Compute benchmarks ?. Im really curious how this card will perform in programs like Adobe Premiere , Vray, 3Dmax ect.
   
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Default 06-25-2015, 16:19 | posts: 6,761

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No it doesn't. It's 25% (at TPU and Computerbase) AND that's the highest margin it gets over 390X. (in case you were serious)

I think I did see the ~45% show its face in Unigine Heaven at Normal settings somewhere...
There is no way that on the same clocks a 4096 shader Tonga is only 25% faster than 2816 shader Hawai. It is obviously a driver issue.
   
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Default 06-25-2015, 17:08 | posts: 6,500 | Location: Finland

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No it doesn't. It's 25% (at TPU and Computerbase) AND that's the highest margin it gets over 390X. (in case you were serious)

I think I did see the ~45% show its face in Unigine Heaven at Normal settings somewhere...
That was the best case scenario in like 1 game! but it shows it could if everything gets to it's place.
   
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Default 06-25-2015, 17:43 | posts: 20

Any Fury X owner who can comment on the noise from the water pump? AMD claims that retail versions doesn't have the issue.

That sounds is extremely irritating: http://www.sweclockers.com/test/2073...y-x/18#content [site in Swedish, sounds tests at the bottom]
   
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Default 06-25-2015, 18:33 | posts: 203 | Location: Singapore

Lower the price, improve the driver support, improved aftermarket water cooling.
I might purchase Fury X over 980ti.
   
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Default 06-25-2015, 18:34 | posts: 7 | Location: Oxford, UK

Hi guys, I got mine delivered this morning after grabbing the last one at the retailer. I'm not an enthusiast, just got it for VR gaming (Elite dangerous) which I can't play at the mo until my DVI-DisplayPort adaptor arrives tomorrow, but if anyone needs info I will see what I can do. A guy just asked me to post VRM temps in another thread. Where do I find those? Thanks
   
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Default 06-25-2015, 19:11 | posts: 658 | Location: Argentina

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Hi guys, I got mine delivered this morning after grabbing the last one at the retailer. I'm not an enthusiast, just got it for VR gaming (Elite dangerous) which I can't play at the mo until my DVI-DisplayPort adaptor arrives tomorrow, but if anyone needs info I will see what I can do. A guy just asked me to post VRM temps in another thread. Where do I find those? Thanks
GPU-Z but ... i think is not supported right now, because is a new GPU. But give a try
   
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Lower the price, improve the driver support, improved aftermarket water cooling.
I might purchase Fury X over 980ti.
Please respect OP request and keep thread clean.
   
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Hi guys, I got mine delivered this morning after grabbing the last one at the retailer. I'm not an enthusiast, just got it for VR gaming (Elite dangerous) which I can't play at the mo until my DVI-DisplayPort adaptor arrives tomorrow, but if anyone needs info I will see what I can do. A guy just asked me to post VRM temps in another thread. Where do I find those? Thanks
C'est moi.

Try with GPU-Z, HWiNFO64, or MSI Afterburner, and see if any of them recognizes your card and the VRM it has. If one of them does, please play a bit and report max temps back.
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C'est moi.

Try with GPU-Z, HWiNFO64, or MSI Afterburner, and see if any of them recognizes your card and the VRM it has. If one of them does, please play a bit and report max temps back.
Thanks!
Will be updating my #5 post here as much as time allows me.
   
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Hey, long time Lurker here, getting my Fury on Saturday, huge upgrade over the current 7870. i'm curious if the pump has been fixed already
   
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Hey, long time Lurker here, getting my Fury on Saturday, huge upgrade over the current 7870. i'm curious if the pump has been fixed already
No noise from it here. But you can hear something else from card. If you run like 600fps, it ticks at 600Hz. In 3DMark API overhead test which increases number of draw calls, which reduces fps as result, you can hear it as it goes from low pitch to very low pitch, but I have case open at this moment.
And you can't here it in games even at 120fps. My HD7970 did same in HL2 benchmark, as there it rendered over 1000fps (you have to unlock fps limit).
   
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