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AMD Fury X Owners' Thread

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon' started by Fox2232, Jun 25, 2015.

  1. moaka

    moaka Master Guru

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    I m talking about graphic score Only ....
     
  2. Loophole35

    Loophole35 Ancient Guru

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    His CPU is holding back his GPU. I can do the same with my 1070.
     
  3. mR Yellow

    mR Yellow Ancient Guru

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    Believe it or not but his rig is affecting his GPU score as well.
     
  4. Undying

    Undying Ancient Guru

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    Sandy i5 is far more faster than PII, hell its faster than any FX chip as well. Your GPU score is probably up there with others.
     

  5. Loophole35

    Loophole35 Ancient Guru

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    It's slight but it is holding it back. I did a test the other day where I raised my CPU by 100MHz and I saw a few more points on graphics score over my previous. It was outside of the margin of error but it was a newer driver. If I have time tonight I will test further. I remember getting a decent bump when I went from my PII 940 BE at 3.4 to my 2500k from my 6970CF.
     
  6. moaka

    moaka Master Guru

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  7. Loophole35

    Loophole35 Ancient Guru

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    What would your score be with your CPU at stock. His Thuban likely is at diminished returns with 4Ghz and may score better at 3.8.
     
  8. moaka

    moaka Master Guru

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    Its not my cfg but tomorrow i'll update this bench with sotck cpu 3.5ghz .

    But i repeat i'm talking about gpu score and his Thuban is better physics score 8460 @ 4ghz and Fx 6300 @4.7 ghz = 7200 physics , i don't want to trash him or anything , just i want to understand how can't he pass 17000k with Tmod And Custom Bios unlocked to 4096 sp , i know both cpu are bottlenecked in game for sure , but not in 3dmark scene i'm sure . I'm sure fx 6300 @ 3.5ghz give the same graphics score than previous @ 4.7ghz with the fx ( tomorrow ).
     
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  9. Agonist

    Agonist Ancient Guru

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    Don't have my Fury X anymore.
    But here is some results.
    Different drivers ofcourse with both GPUs.
    Wish I could retest the Fury X with newest drives with my cpu @ 4.6

    3930k@4.2 FURYX@1050/500
    [​IMG]
    3930k@4.6 290X@1550/1550
    [​IMG]

    Also here is the OC'ed Fury with the FX 6300 vs my Fury X setup.
    http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/8745409/fs/11070714#
     
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  10. Agonist

    Agonist Ancient Guru

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    Look at the graphics score of the oced fury with fx 6300 vs my fury x graphics score.

    His graphics score is actually faster then mine and I completely destroy his cpu with mine.
     

  11. Mannerheim

    Mannerheim Ancient Guru

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  12. OnnA

    OnnA Ancient Guru

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    TBF it pisses me off big time to have so "retarded" CPU for my ATI BEAST KRAKEN
    But i will not pay extra for Intel ! So it seems i need to wait some more for RyZEN 8/16
    Then you will see 18k GPU Score ! (easy IMO)
    And BTW it is really good score for my System, yeah THX to NB/HT and 2GHz DDR3 :nerd:


    No serious OC or Cooling :thumbup:
    Just Fun...

    I have this in notepad to this day !

    3D Mark01- 21464,

    3D Mark03- 14379, 14310, 10596(nrm,pp,AF*16) {norm-14189} {14224}==13959

    3D Mark05- 8454, 8459, [6095 (1600\1200,fp,AF*16)] {8445}, 8440==8242

    3D Mark06-(3980.1824.2065.786) 1024/768-(4480.2043.2591.784)

    Aquamark3v- 62948 (9749,8885), 63524

    Early? i don't remember lol
    ATI 9250, 9800 then GTX 6800 (it have DX9.c for NFS Ung.2)
    Then 7800 -> switched to ATI 1950 Pro
    Then 3850, GTX 285, 5870 then XFX 7970GHz (F.off GTX 680 and in that time it has better benchies ;) so WHAT! lol)
    Then after Fan failure XFX send me new R280X Black DD, and now Big Fiji Nitro OC+

    CPUs? Intels & AMD in favor of AMD (in period of 23 years or so AMD has always better offer, Yeah i know that last 5 years they don't have an offer ;) lol)
     
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  13. mR Yellow

    mR Yellow Ancient Guru

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    I see the AMD Zen live stream is up.
     
  14. OnnA

    OnnA Ancient Guru

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    YES i have Unlocked my GPU to Full chip as it was in OC Thread some time ago :)
    I have Flashed my BIOS with my Unlocked Moded BIOS with tMOD (i got this one from @gupsterg)

    It's not UEFI and i flashed it to 2nd Blue BIOS "Slot"


    -> http://www.overclock.net/t/1567179/...ckability-tester-ver-1-6-and-atomtool/1100_50

    [​IMG]
     
  15. moaka

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    Lol zen never give you 18k gpu score its 100 % sure . And gupsterg said tmod have a very little benefit ( you remember it ) waste of time for me .
     

  16. OnnA

    OnnA Ancient Guru

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    NP

    I will Test my RyZEN build for sure, then i will post :)
    18k is possible IMHO :flip2:
     
  17. gupsterg

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    Personally I like bios mod.

    I do use MSI AB for "on the fly" testing, I mainly use Win 7 and the method I stated worked on driver prior to and with Crimson ReLive, I've never used unofficial OC mode on Hawaii or Fiji.

    I would use WattMan for setting a daily OC now that is available and if I did not bios mod.

    I get where your coming from around using two apps and I also would not like do that, unfortunately I have not tested using both apps together and so can't share experience.

    My results data for a) HBM 500MHz vs 545MHz b) those same clocks using 400MHz strap timings aka "TMod".

    Then we have W1zzard's data from TPU/author of GPU-Z & TriXX, see heading Memory OC this article. Plus Hardwareluxx article and Buildzoid's data for Heaven specific scene, ~2% gain, link.

    I do not know about "smoothness" or frame-time effect of HBM OC'ing/TMod, all I know is gains are very low for moderate clock increase. You need absolutely big gains like 20%+ to see something that could not be lost in "error of margin for a run", etc. I have not used TMod for ages as it caused stability issues.
     
  18. PrMinisterGR

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    The smoothness effect would be very interesting though.
     
  19. OnnA

    OnnA Ancient Guru

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    Crimson ReLive 16.12.1 - Several Games Benchmarked @ 4K by Kana Maru

    " Initially I was planning on releasing several games running max settings, or the highest preset at 3840x2160 [4K] during the beginning of 2017, however AMD recently released their “Crimson ReLive” 16.12.1 drivers and I’ve sped up the process. The new drivers and features have plenty of AMD users excited. AMD has been stepping up their driver support since 2014-2015. In 2015 AMD went into overdrive mode with their driver support and ensured gamers that they would get up to date drivers more rapidly than in the past.


    Normally AMD driver updates shows performance increases as well as optimizations over time. AMD is able to keep their GCN architecture competitive without massive overclocks and\or stressing the card. I have been enjoying 4K gaming with my Fury X since I’ve purchased it in 2015. The performance continued to get better and better. Now that the Crimson ReLive 16.12.1 drivers have released I couldn’t wait to benchmark and see how much better the 4K experience is. Let me tell you right now, it’s amazing! I don’t know what AMD is doing, but they definitely need to keep doing whatever it is they are doing. The fact that AMD is continuing increase the 4K experience is great news and gives me high hopes for their next flagship “Vega”.

    Games such Rise of the Tomb Raider were horrible when it came to implementing DX12. Thankfully Rise of the Tomb Raider has been updated several times and Crystal Dynamics has finally resolved their DX12 frame pacing issues. With the Crimson ReLive drivers, RoTR gets a boost in performance at 4K! The boost was very unexpected. Other games I’ve tested @ 4K in the past also received a boost in performance. I will be explaining this in the following sections.

    This article will be updated as I continue to benchmark games so check back regularly for more results. Now let’s read some charts."

    More here ->

    www.overclock-and-game.com
     
  20. ManofGod

    ManofGod Maha Guru

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    Yeah, I read that and it was a good review. I had a kick out of the comments towards the bottom of a fanboy trying to bash the author, what a joke. :grin::007:
     

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