Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by AvengerUK, Jun 1, 2015.
What will let the Fury down is the price tag.
Amd will lower the price imo. The fury pro has piss poor overclocking like the fury x. 75mhz or so overclock in 2015 is laughable. Hard ocp has a fury review pitted against a 10 month old 980.
Overclocking is limited by CCC not by hardware (as far as we know). If when Unwinder gets hold of a Fury X, if he can't unlock it for us then what the **** AMD.
So glad I jumped the AMD ship.
Well I finally managed to get some proper game time with these cards and they are really pretty impressive. Coming from a single 290x obviously the performance improvement is huge. Been playing Witcher 3 tonight and maxed out (hairworks off) I've gone from about 35 fps average to 85 fps average -awesome!
What kind of tweaks are you running on Witcher 3? 85 seems low for 2 of these cards. I average about 70 with hair works off and a few shadow tweaks.
should have mentioned Im running at 2560x1440.
Oh yeah, I should have realized that. So used to 1080p being the norm for me.
Yeah, my resolution is what made the upgrade worth it for me. A single 290x was starting to get a bit borderline at 2560 in certain games.
Just picked up my Zotac. I love it except I'm getting a lot of driver crashes. Clean installs with DDU on multiple different driver releases makes no difference.
I hear i'm not the only one and that the drivers are just **** this time around. Unfortunate. If there is a solution, i'm all ears.
Are you using the Hotfix driver which addresses the TDR crashes?
Either 353.38 or 353.49 are crash free for me.
I tried the .38 with no luck. I guess i'll give .49 a try even though the release notes didn't look like they fixed my problem.
No overclock? Maybe you received an unstable card. The only crashes I've had were due to overclocks.
I've tried it with a mild overclock and stock clocks, didn't seem to make a difference. The display driver crashes just the same. I suppose it could be an unstable card by itself but I want to test a bit more.
The 980ti classy seems to be sold out everywhere I looked. Looking to get 2 though. Need cards with the 2 slot acx cooler due to motherboard spacing.
Try reference clocks and see if it doesn't crash. If not it could be unstable.
I'm also getting those crashes with an 970. Overclocked or stock. I didn't use to get them a few months back so I'm suspecting a driver issue as well. Unless the card became unstable by itself.
Quick question. Does fire strike bench at your native resolution?
No they are presets.
Default 1080P, extreme 1440P and 4k is obvious
Very nice but at what settings? I think my average is around 70-75 at Ultra, Grass High, HairWorks off. Sure, you got a way beefier CPU too. Comparing 970 SLI and 980Ti should be viable.
Tried any other games?