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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    Wow i hope your problem will fixed with that update , and if vulkan is coming it is another good thing
     
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    Fail post . My bad , deleted
     
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  5. JonasBeckman

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    Well the 1080 is newer (And faster.) though I haven't heard of KFA2 before, opinions don't seem bad though. :)
    (Reference board with custom cooler it seems? I have heard of "HOF" before as well but not this one.)

    https://www.reddit.com/r/nvidia/comments/4m1v7g/is_the_gtx_1080_kfa2_ex_oc_edition_any_good/

    That's a factory OC version of that model but cooler and such is usually unchanged, GPU might be a bit higher binned depending on said factory clock boost.
     
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  6. moaka

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    Thanks a lot , i heard KFA2 is a 8+6 pin and had VRM pads and more " power stage " 5 on ref board and 6 on KFA2

    PCB : http://www.overclockingmadeinfrance.com/omf-kfa2-gtx-1080-exoc/3/ ( and OC page 14 )

    Seems not bad in max OC ( temp 65° ) , i think i'll test this one ( cross my fingers )
     
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    And sorry for " off topic " ( going on 1080 post )
     
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    Please... don't.
    I am suffering enough as it is :bang:


    Good thing with AMD is, you get to build up your stash of moneys.
     
  10. moaka

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    " Patience is virtue :grad:"

    Mine has limits :)

    Really happy with my 1080 EXOC , huge upgrade ( tested in BF1 , Battlefront , GTA V ... ) 470e ( euros ) - 220 ( My fury sold out ) , 250e for this one :banana:
     

  11. OnnA

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    250 :banana: -> Enjoy
    Come around some time :flip2:
     
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    Vikings - Wolves of Midgard

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    Seems like Fiji performs really good in that game.
     
  14. PrMinisterGR

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    Or that somehow they f*cked up NVIDIA customization.
     
  15. Only Intruder

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    These results are really odd but it shows Keplar doing rather well too in contrast to how Keplar has been under-performing compared to maxwell and pascal.

    When we look at the raw stats of the Fury compared to the 1080, 1080 has vastly superior pixel fillrates yet the Fury has slightly faster texture fillrate all the while, Keplar has similar texture fillrats to maxwell and pascal anyway.

    Could be that this game relies on texture information and memory bandwidth rather than pixel pushing power.

    Whatever the case, these benchmarks are really odd. It could be the game being rubbish, driver software not optimised for it (leaning towards this) or maybe it really is how I've described but I find it rather difficult to believe.
     

  16. OnnA

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    Hello felowers of the Guru3D :boozer:

    Is this good?
    -> iiyama ProLite XUB2792QSU-B1
    https://iiyama.com/gl_en/products/prolite-xub2792qsu-b1/

    I can have it in 2 days (mY CRT is no go any longer :bang: )
    I need Colour (for 2D/3D) and a Game + Movies

    It have freeSync and it's 1440p 70Hz (my Bracked is ~300€)

    Upd.
    I Will have it tommorow :banana:
     
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    So much for asking our opinion. :D Review when you get it.
     
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    ouch.. you'll be in the world of pain with 70Hz FreeSync
    you realize that when your Fiji tears through 70fps, you'll be tearing too :mad:
    AMD needs to bring this thing under control. According to AMD Vsync On should work same like FS, with added upper fps limit which turns on regular vsync. But this is pretty much never the case.
     
  20. OnnA

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    I will put CRU 1.3 on this :)

    2200:1125 75Hz for gaming (with FS edited to 30-100)

    I have FPPS at 75FPS
    and 3rd PP at 61FPS
     

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