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indeed, and it seems to be possible user error as I checked all connections and found 1 CPU 4 pin loose and my MB 8 pin part a little loose and the VGA on the video card loose a little. I even unplugged the fan I have on the side case panel for extra measure. I redid the Stress test but under normal stress and it all passed with 97% framerate stability (it was throttling due to 80c temps at 100% Fan speed). which isn't bad because it showed the card is good and performed...
To start off, I purchased this system back in Feburary. Spent $2,000 of my tax refund which is all I had so I game like i wanted too and so on. Things seemed to work good until the video card (Fury Nano) started having problems with artifacting and crashes. I sent it out to RMA last month and the new one worked beautifully. Unfortunately it was short lived because 2 weeks later the PSU exploded in a big snap. So I sent evga a notice and got the unit rma'd and a new one...
1080p has been known to bottleneck the Fury cards, 720 is no exception but rather it's even more so. I have my Skylake set up running with 2133mhz ram and a i7 6700 with the Nano so I'm going to rerun the Benchmark once installed to see how the 2 compare at 720p and 1080p. have DDR4 2133 vs DDR3 1333 and 2700k vs 6700 non K as the different makers. The 280x being hot, that depends on your context of "hot" if it's temps then not really. but in a performance stand point it...
I found out why my 280x wasn't able to finish it, the video card was completely dying so the function needed on Supercar GPU test was not functional on the GPU. Here are Fury Nano stock 1000mhz clock on a stock 2700K (ES). The GPU didn't throttle it stayed rock steady at 1000mhz/500mhz at 55c stabilized. 2700k W/ Fury Nano Indigo Benchmark v4.0.46, Windows 64-bit build. Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2700K CPU @ 3.50GHz (GenuineIntel) - Bedroom: 0.416 M samples/s AMD Radeon (TM)...
they just don't like you, do they?
Full stock Fury Nano. almost a 5k jump in 720 score. a 31-32% performance increase under same set up, I did notice though my 280x was dying. so for a dying card to run that benchmark and pull that 11k was good.
My Sapphire 280x out and my Sapphire Fury Nano in and the RMA Nano has voltage control... update: Okay I know these cards are hot, but 1.7million Celsius isn't exactly "Hot" that's Scorched Earth Hot.... lol Unigine.... >_> really though it tapped at 65c.
I have a Fury Nano coming back from RMA, I may sell it and get a used card since I have bad luck of the draw buying new. ._.
I think my 280x is going out of commission, I get a graphical error in 1 part of unigine but also random parts of X-Com 2. I did notice also that I would get white screens as that has happened twice so far and got a black screen while watching a video. I reseated the card and plugs. I am using a Sandy bridge build too that has seen ALOT of action game wise even the 280x seen just as much. the 280x is almost 3 yrs old, I bought it from Hellraiser when he was selling them on...
1TB is still a little to low for me.
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