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post #10911 of 11072
I blame the slow and horrible implementation of Vulkan/DX12. In these API FuryX really shines.
post #10912 of 11072
Has anybody gotten a Fury X to work in OSX? I know OSX has the drivers for it, but I'm not familiar with kext editing.

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A while back I linked to article on optimizing cooling.

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/optimizing-graphics-cooling,4838-4.html

Recently I decided to try a different thermal compound on my Nano and try, as suggested, using TIM on all the thermal pads (including adding one that was not included).

Long story short. My VRMs are 2-3C cooler running. The GPU seems about 1-2C cooler over the long run as well. I'm not sure if cooler running GPU is due to different TIM or better heat dissipation through the thermal pads.
Anyhow I'm pleased with the Deepcool Z5 TIM. Maybe I should of picked up some of the Z9 to do a compare.

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post #10914 of 11072
Just figured I'd update on my overclocking issue.
Quick rehash - with my third Fury X, if I try to apply an overclock in TriXX, the cards quit crossfiring.

I now removed TriXX and tried Afterburner, which did not work. I reinstalled the drivers for the GPU's which did not work.
Then I tried overclocking from Radeon Settings. This worked in that I could see the overclock applied in Furmark and the cards were still XFiring. So something to do with Afterburner and TriXX maybe?
post #10915 of 11072
Hello guys.

1. Found some few AMD FuryX / Nano cards to be available at the seller here.
2. I am interested because mainly of the "rarity" factor of these cards.
3. Using it would provide not much boost to my current system (as the Phenom II is really old) and maximum 3d score for CPU+GPU combination is expected to be 10k in Firestrike.
4. My current Sapphire R9-290x is excellent (ASIC over 80%) yet its noisy, and produces far too much heat.

In the future the Phenom II might get replaced by a Ryzen 1800x

Benefits which are expected with R9-Fury or R9-Nano

a) 10k 3dMark score without any OC (10-20% increase, without oc)
b) Less noise?
c) Less heat (mainly around the card)?

TDP for my R9-290x is 250w, R9 Fury has 275, but watercooler, R9-Nano has 175 but with air cooler?

Performance wise, all cards seem to be equal with current CPU, what I am looking for is less heat coming from GPU. And Nano seem to archieve that (somehow).
post #10916 of 11072
Nano stock cooler can be noisy. Fury air coolers better. Fury X AIO probably the best setup IMO.

I have good airflow in case. Hawaii with aftermarket coolers (ie Vapor-X, Tri-X, DCUII), dump hot air in case vs Fury X AIO. Difference I saw ~5°C for CPU/mobo/internal case temps, etc.

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post #10917 of 11072
I found out some info about the FuryX and Nano cards i have here...

FuryX is one of the first Water Cooler from Sapphire. Nano is from Asus (but looks like reference design).

Seems like Nano cards have better ASIC chips in order to even work properly. Some coil whine was reported, but also incredible heat on the back of the card (92 degrees). Thats something I have to avoid, because its clear that current graphic card is making heat on CPU PWM worse.
Edited by Offler - 4/20/17 at 4:01am
post #10918 of 11072
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Originally Posted by Offler View Post

I found out some info about the FuryX and Nano cards i have here...

FuryX is one of the first Water Cooler from Sapphire. Nano is from Asus (but looks like reference design).

Seems like Nano cards have better ASIC chips in order to even work properly. Some coil whine was reported, but also incredible heat on the back of the card (92 degrees). Thats something I have to avoid, because its clear that current graphic card is making heat on CPU PWM worse.

All FuryXs are reference.

I think all nanos are reference also.
post #10919 of 11072
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All FuryXs are reference.

I think all nanos are reference also.

Thx. Good to know...

So... I checked some screens done with thermal camera. In both cases of R9 Nano and R9 Fury, most heat was coming out of PWM. If the screens can be trusted, Nano has 92 degrees of celsius at the a back of the card, FuryX has 58 (R9-290x has 87)

Thats exactly what I am looking for so the FuryX is way to go.
post #10920 of 11072
All Fury X as stated by budgetgamer120 are same PCB, etc. AIB just slap whatever sticker, box and what they may bundle. Same with Nano.

I posted some VRM temps taken with probe from back of PCB at VRM in this thread, you should find them with search option.

Fury air cooled are also sweet. I owned 2x Nitro and 1x Tri-X. On Fury X coolant flows rad > CPU block/pump > GPU VRM > rad. So I found GPU VRM temps were a tad higher on Fury X vs Fury Tri-X. HBM VRM is similar for temps between the 2.

Nitro I didn't like. I felt Fury Tri-X that use AMD ref PCB (same one as on Fury X) was nice. It was not as wide, they didn't even place bigger fans on Nitro vs Tri-X. Also water block compatibility was better on Tri-X, if this interests you, it can use Fury X block. Again my thoughts on WC posted just recently. So Fury X with AIO then again gets a win in my books.
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