Radeon Fury X Beats GeForce GTX Titan X and Fury to GTX 980 Ti: 3DMark Bench

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  1. zer0_c0ol

    zer0_c0ol Ancient Guru

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    yes it does
     
  2. mohiuddin

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    Same question.
     
  3. Arend.C

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    Yeah oke, you guys must feel like badass 1337 gamers for not caring..

    Seriously.. :stewpid:
     
  4. icedman

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    The display port only is the only thing holding me off from buying this card I know DP is supposed to be mainstream now but I have yet to see or even know someone with a screen that actually has one.
     

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    If that's the only reason holding you back from buying a new gpu you might as well get a 980ti and be done with it.
     
  6. Noisiv

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    summer, 30-40°C

    I switch to my Intel 4600, then overclock it 1150MHz ->1700MHz and run my games 60fps capped no-vsync <--- pure-smooth, bad ass gaming, right there :banana:
     
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    Maybe only for the reference cards. Hopefully AMDs board partners will offer dvi inputs.
     
  8. eclap

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    Adapters work. They're not cheap though, making the whole new line of AMD cards about $60 more expensive. Not cool AMD.
     
  9. Mineria

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    Active Adapters have their limits, 1080p and 1920x1200 @ 60Hz.
    Not cool if you have a dual-dvi only monitor at higher resolution, higher hertz or both.
     
  10. zer0_c0ol

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    face-palm for sheer stupidity
     

  11. Redemption80

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    Why exactly is his post stupid?

    I doubt these benchmarks are true, as mentioned everything reeks of theoretical performance rather than real world performance.
     
  12. Deathchild

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    ^ why would they not be true redemption.. :D

    Exactly.

    Adapters might not work 100%, checked a few like Mineria said, lots of em only support 1080p, (lol) ...


    So... getting an adapter is not an option.

    If AMD custom cards don't come with DVI-D then I'll have to go with nvidia unfortunately, but that sucks because nvidias cards are always more expensive.
     
  13. TyrantofJustice

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    took off neweggg for DP to dual dvid adapter from visiontek for 30 bucks


    VisionTek Active DisplayPort™ to Dual Link DVI converter is a new generation DisplayPort™ to Active Dual Link DVI converter that receives both video and audio streams from an upstream DisplayPort Source link and converts to a Dual Link DVI output. The DisplayPort to DVI-D Dual-Link adapter lets you connect your DisplayPort video source (Macbook, Macbook Pro, Macbook Air, etc.) to any DVI-D display, eliminating the expense of having to upgrade to a DisplayPort-capable monitor. The DisplayPort adapter offers an active conversion and easy connectivity directly without any external power input and is able to handle full dual-link resolutions (up to 2560x1600). Use it to mirror your display to another monitor, or extend your desktop to increase your workspace.
     
  14. Deathchild

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    Hmm... ok, but not sure about the hertz there, does it support more than 60hz+ ?
     
  15. TyrantofJustice

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    does not specify .. i wondered the same but even though i can oc to 100hz personally i do not see a diff on my qnix
     

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    Cool for AMD, but they wont return in my PC after the 5970 fiasco i had for 9 months.
     
  17. TheDeeGee

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    Using DisplayPort for 2,5 years now.
     
  18. Aura89

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    Thats cool that your one (1) experience didn't have any issues, that doesn't mean it's not a problem

    I know someone with an original Xbox 360, still working today, no red ring of death, should that mean that issue is non-existent?
     
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    There's adapters out there that can go way above that limit. You can go as high as 1440p/100hz, give or take, with these, if you're willing to tighten your timings (they can go up to a pixel clock of 400mhz, roughly). Problem is, they're not cheap. That's what I was referring to. Adding $80 on top of the card price for an adapter is not cool, it's a bad move from AMD and it's the sole reason I'm not even considering the Fury X as a potential upgrade.
     
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  20. Reardan

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    No, but we have mounds of proof of RROD, including Microsoft extending the warranty a couple years, and a 1 billion dollar write-off on their earnings to cover the repairs.

    For AMD we have...some anecdotal stories from random people.
     

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