AMD Flagship GPU is called Radeon R9 Fury X + Photos Appear Online

Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Jun 12, 2015.

  1. Evildead666

    Evildead666 Maha Guru

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    All it means is its watercooled.
    If you want to extrapolate that it means its a power hog and has high temps, thats your opinion.
    If it had an aircooler, it would be bigger than the tiny PCB anyway.
    This watercooled version shows off the compactness of the AMD Flagship card.

    Edit : Its also probably watercooled to take advantage of the Uber Bios setting.
     
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  2. raptor15sc

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    HH, the Fury X has two 8-pin power connections, not a 6 and an 8 like the table currently says.
     
  3. Humanoid_1

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    I believe it is rated to draw about 275w under load.

    As to the water and massive power supply capability... I read That as to equal Perfect OCing conditions !

    Especially as the new memory draws so much less proportionately than the way GDDR5 does. Altogether allowing the GPU in a position to pull a Lot of power if it helps push a large overclock.

    Will be fun to see anyways :)
     
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    Wow look at how small that thing is, it's just like my old 5770, maybe even shorter.
     

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    Since it is a tiny Card compared to other cards this would be the perfect card size for a crossfire setup in case such as my Corsair Carbide Air 540.
     
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    Hopefully with HBM stacked memory this means that the days of having to buy a case with enough internal space to fit long cards are gone.
     
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    Can't wait for Hilbert to review it, so finally I can make decision.
     
  8. A M D BugBear

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    A-MEN to that, A-Royal-MEN!!!!!
     
  9. A M D BugBear

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    A-MEN to that, A-Royal-MEN!!!!!

    Dying to see review on this card, mainly the hbm technology, Can't wait for a full review, gotta love this one.

    Nvidia Pascal looks very promising too, who knows, I might even go back to the red team, those gigabyte windforce 980ti looks tasty but waiting for the r9 fury X to surface then maybe we might see a slight price drop on the 980ti, hopefully, but still waiting, then finally going to decide which to upgrade from my 970's, which still very good cards but I am looking for like 2gb or more vram and a lil more extra hp under the hood, even though the 970 oc like one bad mofo.
     
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  10. Valken

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    First page I'm going to jump to on Hilbert's review will be the 4K section, then back to Metro, GTA V and Alien benchmarks.

    It really needs to have Crysis 3 in Ultra @ 4K to see how it compares.

    Less than 60 FPS will be a NO buy and those looking at 4K will wait for Pascal and HBM2 gpus.
     

  11. Evildead666

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    PcPer has some nice different pics, including the power connectors, of the Fury X.
    Its looks like its got a 25mm fan, and possibly a 120x120x35mm radiator.
    Quite a thick radiator, and certainly a good (High CFM) fan by the looks of it.

    http://www.pcper.com/news/Graphics-...X-Graphics-Card-Pictured-Uses-2-x-8-pin-Power

    edit - It surely has an Uber mode, but it might not be outside of PCIe spec as the 290X was.
     
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    Small card, but if you want to crossfire them, and have a 240mm liquid CPU cooler, you actually need a huge case with 6+ 120mm fan space. Such a vain show off.
     
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    I really can't see these cards overclocking that well......
     
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    man i hope my pot somehow fits this thing
     
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    I'd love to see the results once your pot gets shot o that kettle ;)
     

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    That cooling. The card is screaming for a smaller node..28nm gettin way too big there
     
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    The 24th of june seems so far away :( I almoste ordered a 980 TI in my drunken state yesterday. I'm craving for a new GPU!
     
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    Rofl I'm also thinking about a 980 ti stepp.... 767€ for Gaming G1 in my country WTF!!! rofl :D
     
  19. Humanoid_1

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    Sounds So Big when you put it that way!

    In a time that does not seem to be so very long ago I used to set myself a limit of £220 for a good GFx card lol

    and here I am with you and us all thinking, but a handful of years later, to be spending £550++ for each card in our systems. (<--- no smiley)



    This situation feels somewhat reminicent of another situation here in the UK just now for example...


    The new Toyota Mirai goes on sale later this year in the States for £36,761.

    However the same car in the UK will cost £63,004 o_O


    All because they say the British will grumble some, then shell out the cash anyways...
     
  20. Singleton99

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    So i suppose that if the memory is now on the chip , won't that mean that the memory will also be liquid cooled .
     

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