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Default 06-28-2015, 17:50 | posts: 8,136 | Location: Netherlands

I heard there would be 2 versions, one is 650, other 550$.

I'm guessing the cheaper version is the Fury (non-X)? or just a version without the water cooling?
   
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Default 06-28-2015, 17:51 | posts: 3,945

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I heard there would be 2 versions, one is 650, other 550$.

I'm guessing the cheaper version is the Fury (non-X)? or just a version without the water cooling?
Fury, cut down Fury X with air cooler.
   
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Default 06-28-2015, 17:52 | posts: 4,407 | Location: USA

we dont know if its cut down, it could be full fat.

We will know July 19th.
   
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Default 06-28-2015, 18:03 | posts: 11,478 | Location: UK

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we dont know if its cut down, it could be full fat.

We will know July 19th.
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Default 06-28-2015, 18:40 | posts: 22,135 | Location: Schiit Headquarters, USA

Course the regular fury is going to be a bit cut down. Why would they release the same exact card again?
   
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Default 06-28-2015, 19:39 | posts: 5,336 | Location: EU, CZ, Brno

^ Especially since that water cooling is not $100 more expensive than Air cooling which will be used on regular Fury.
   
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Default 06-28-2015, 19:53 | posts: 3,972 | Location: Estonia

It's cut down, look at the specs.
   
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Default 06-28-2015, 22:17 | posts: 11,478 | Location: UK

We havn't seen the official specs from AMD though.
   
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Default 06-28-2015, 23:24 | posts: 3,972 | Location: Estonia

Oh I thought there was one? o,O
   
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Default 06-29-2015, 08:07 | posts: 40

ok got it installed it and benched it at stock


all stock running on a fx 8350 @4.4

dell 30 2560-1600



bioshock infinite ultra preset


32.51 71.11 10.74 172.55 Welcome Center
7.17 78.79 10.74 100.89 Scene Change: Disregard Performance In This Section
21.72 92.54 44.27 137.07 Town Center
8.08 90.2 42 120.22 Raffle
9.07 120.53 47.32 142.76 Monument Island
3.01 130.03 118.92 135.46 Benchmark Finished: Disregard Performance In This Section
81.57 87.12 10.74 172.55 Overall

dirt rally all ultra except advanced ambient occlusion ...that seems to screw up distance textures same as in in ark survival.

<results av_fps_ms="15.172893" max_fps_ms="10.688736" min_fps_ms="20.089298" av_fps="65.907013" max_fps="93.556435" min_fps="49.777748" battery_percentage_used="0" samples="12406"/>



batman arkhum knight can't find the readout but
all set to high with rain etc on.
avg 60fps
max 89 fps

heaven extreme preset

fps 74.9
score 1886
min 23
max 145

temps
never gets over 50 idles 23
cannot hear a sound coming from it so no pump noise no coil whine


devil may cry 4 dx 10
a lot
all over 230fps not really worth looking at


I,ll try a few more later


tomb raider
tress hair on all set to ultra 2x ssao
min 38
avg50
max 64

tress hair off
min 50
avg 65
max 84

I will post links after my 5th post
   
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Default 06-29-2015, 08:48 | posts: 1,933 | Location: South Africa

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We havn't seen the official specs from AMD though.
I watched the live event and the CEO said it would be exactly the same except not watercooled.

@ Tarot, how does the card feel? Gameplay wise?
   
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Default 06-29-2015, 08:48 | posts: 12,997 | Location: Taganrog, Russia

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not yet, but i read in Overclockers that the guy behind Riva tuner, got his Fury so he will tinker on Voltage, but told to expect the new version in some weeks
That's not true at all. I don't have a card and MSI didn't even sent it yet. So it will take a few weeks just until it arrives here. Then (if voltage regultor is software controllable) it will take some time to implement support for it.
I cannot promise that voltage control will be available as I've not seen the card yet.


Alexey Nicolaychuk aka Unwinder, RivaTuner creator

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Default 06-29-2015, 09:00 | posts: 3,945

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Oh I thought there was one? o,O
It's cut down as that's what they do with X and none X. The people doubting it just want to doubt for fun. The AMD event never mentioned about a none water cooled Fury X and the Fury X is locked to reference so it would make that absolutely redundant if they then allowed 3rd party coolers for a none X with the same shaders.
   
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Default 06-29-2015, 09:02 | posts: 1,933 | Location: South Africa

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It's cut down as that's what they do with X and none X. The people doubting it just want to doubt for fun. The AMD event never mentioned about a none water cooled Fury X and the Fury X is locked to reference so it would make that absolutely redundant if they then allowed 3rd party coolers for a none X with the same shaders.
They did. She called it the Fury. Check keynote again.
   
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Default 06-29-2015, 09:03 | posts: 3,945

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They did. She called it the Fury. Check keynote again.
Re-read what I said. She never mentioned about a none water cooled Fury X, she talked about a Fury with air cooler, there's a difference.
   
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Default 06-29-2015, 09:24 | posts: 40

smooth as butter.
a lot better than my overclocked 290x.
as an example I still play UT3 and this thing eats it and spits it out regardless of what is going on, I have a few hard nasty demos and averages 135 fps in all of them, more if it is light action.

now the killer
ARK survival.
this game is the new crysis and will drag pretty much any system down kicking and screaming.
I could not go near epic on my 290x but can on this (still mid 20's low 30's but playable.
throw it down to hard and avg about 40 odd fps (with the same monitor res mentioned above)

now there is one issue but must be driver related and that is advanced ambient occlusion....screws up badly. only tested in dirt rally and ark survival though.
   
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Default 06-29-2015, 10:43 | posts: 1,933 | Location: South Africa

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smooth as butter.
a lot better than my overclocked 290x.
as an example I still play UT3 and this thing eats it and spits it out regardless of what is going on, I have a few hard nasty demos and averages 135 fps in all of them, more if it is light action.

now the killer
ARK survival.
this game is the new crysis and will drag pretty much any system down kicking and screaming.
I could not go near epic on my 290x but can on this (still mid 20's low 30's but playable.
throw it down to hard and avg about 40 odd fps (with the same monitor res mentioned above)

now there is one issue but must be driver related and that is advanced ambient occlusion....screws up badly. only tested in dirt rally and ark survival though.
Cool, please update your system specs
   
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Default 06-29-2015, 12:21 | posts: 11,478 | Location: UK

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I watched the live event and the CEO said it would be exactly the same except not watercooled.
I must have missed that, as normally the non Xs are slightly cut down, will have to see when it appears.

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smooth as butter.
a lot better than my overclocked 290x.
as an example I still play UT3 and this thing eats it and spits it out regardless of what is going on, I have a few hard nasty demos and averages 135 fps in all of them, more if it is light action.

now the killer
ARK survival.
this game is the new crysis and will drag pretty much any system down kicking and screaming.
I could not go near epic on my 290x but can on this (still mid 20's low 30's but playable.
throw it down to hard and avg about 40 odd fps (with the same monitor res mentioned above)

now there is one issue but must be driver related and that is advanced ambient occlusion....screws up badly. only tested in dirt rally and ark survival though.
Good to hear you don't have any whine, enjoy!

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Default 06-29-2015, 12:41 | posts: 24

Just got my Fury X.

It's much smaller than I was expecting -- and I knew it was small. It's really quite beautiful.

3DMark bench on June 8 1040 drivers (modded to run with Win10):

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/5250048

I feel this should be higher? I guess there's no official Windows 10 support atm.

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Default 06-29-2015, 12:52 | posts: 3,972 | Location: Estonia

Pretty much the same as a reference 980 ti.
   
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Default 06-29-2015, 13:04 | posts: 24

Yeah I was comparing combined scores with the press benches and wondering why it was falling so short -- my CPU isn't hanging with the big boys much these days.

Mystery solved.
   
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Default 06-29-2015, 13:19 | posts: 6,499 | Location: Finland

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Just got my Fury X.

It's much smaller than I was expecting -- and I knew it was small. It's really quite beautiful.

3DMark bench on June 8 1040 drivers (modded to run with Win10):

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/5250048

I feel this should be higher? I guess there's no official Windows 10 support atm.
that gpu score is 300 short of the gpu score for 980 ti on g3d while it is 900 better then g3d fury x review score :o not bad at all.
   
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Default 06-29-2015, 13:50 | posts: 11,478 | Location: UK

I think the only AMD driver that supports Fury in Win 10, comes through windows update.

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Default 06-29-2015, 14:29 | posts: 173

Quote:
Originally Posted by tarot View Post
ok got it installed it and benched it at stock


all stock running on a fx 8350 @4.4

dell 30 2560-1600



bioshock infinite ultra preset


32.51 71.11 10.74 172.55 Welcome Center
7.17 78.79 10.74 100.89 Scene Change: Disregard Performance In This Section
21.72 92.54 44.27 137.07 Town Center
8.08 90.2 42 120.22 Raffle
9.07 120.53 47.32 142.76 Monument Island
3.01 130.03 118.92 135.46 Benchmark Finished: Disregard Performance In This Section
81.57 87.12 10.74 172.55 Overall

dirt rally all ultra except advanced ambient occlusion ...that seems to screw up distance textures same as in in ark survival.

<results av_fps_ms="15.172893" max_fps_ms="10.688736" min_fps_ms="20.089298" av_fps="65.907013" max_fps="93.556435" min_fps="49.777748" battery_percentage_used="0" samples="12406"/>



batman arkhum knight can't find the readout but
all set to high with rain etc on.
avg 60fps
max 89 fps

heaven extreme preset

fps 74.9
score 1886
min 23
max 145

temps
never gets over 50 idles 23
cannot hear a sound coming from it so no pump noise no coil whine


devil may cry 4 dx 10
a lot
all over 230fps not really worth looking at


I,ll try a few more later


tomb raider
tress hair on all set to ultra 2x ssao
min 38
avg50
max 64

tress hair off
min 50
avg 65
max 84

I will post links after my 5th post
Nice! What brand? I'm trying to make notes and find out what brands are making loud pump noise.
   
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Default 06-29-2015, 14:32 | posts: 55

It's strange nobody talked about it yet.

Fury X video rom is missing UEFI support (not talking about gpu-z, it's garbage way to check for uefi)

I've looked at dump of fury x rom that was posted on these forums (or on oc.co.uk) and there is only pc bios part, UEFI part is missing.

Could AMDMatt please comment if we will see some update for fury x rom with UEFI support ?
   
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