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Hey guys and girls.

Since I got a cash flow going I was thinking about upgrading from my 280x to Fury (non X) CFX.

Do you think its a solid thing to do or just wait out for the new gen?

My 280x CFX is not bad for what I do but the upgrade itch is real biggrin.gif

Personally i couldn't wait and brought the Tri-x. Really hapy with the perfromance especially after unlocking a few of th cu's. Only thing that i find vaguley annoying is that there isn;t much OC headroom, at least not until someone can tell us how to unlock the voltage.

Overall a really solid card in my oppinion. I can't see myself upgrading fr a while now.
post #4402 of 11510
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Originally Posted by WheelZ0713 View Post

That's interesting, i wasn't aware it was intended that way. Gives a whole new perspective to how well the AMD cards performed against Nvidia.

Given that the Fury X is well above the 980 it's intended competitior and only falls short of the the Ti, the unexpected competitor by around 5%.

Yeah that's the part people always leave out. Nvidia couldn't allow the Fury X to release against their current [at the time] consumer market flagship GTX 980. I feel bad for GTX 980 purchasers and I would be PO'd if I had purchased a GTX 970 or a 980 [non Ti].

The biggest difference between the Fury X and the 980 Ti is that the 980 Ti has a lot of overclocking overhead. Which adds stress, increase power usage and heat to the components[980 Ti] . Even then the jump in performance isn't no more than 6%-10% for a highly overclocked 980 Ti vs a mild OC'd Fury X.
    
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Originally Posted by MadRabbit View Post

Hey guys and girls.

Since I got a cash flow going I was thinking about upgrading from my 280x to Fury (non X) CFX.

Do you think its a solid thing to do or just wait out for the new gen?

My 280x CFX is not bad for what I do but the upgrade itch is real biggrin.gif
If you are at 1080p ir 1440p just wait, and upgrade to AMD Greenland cards next summer, which will blow the Furies and Titans out of the water.
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If you are at 1080p ir 1440p just wait, and upgrade to AMD Greenland cards next summer, which will blow the Furies and Titans out of the water.

If you're playing at 1080 then there's no real need to wait, the fury will be more than powerful enough.
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If you're playing at 1080 then there's no real need to wait, the fury will be more than powerful enough.

If you are at 1080p I think you would be better off getting a 290X/390/390X to hold you over until the new cards drop. Fury performance at 1080p is not worth the extra cost over those cards.
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If you are at 1080p I think you would be better off getting a 290X/390/390X to hold you over until the new cards drop. Fury performance at 1080p is not worth the extra cost over those cards.

This
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I currently own a 295X2, I love this card but have been considering other options lately. My CPU and motherboard died and it made me think in terms of just things functioning for a long time. What is the lifespan of this card, three years? I mean looking at the AIO solution etc. The vrm, it is hard to find info about the details of the components.

I have had my eyes on the Asus Fury Strix for a month now, I like it's oversized VRM and power delivery and the zero DB mode, overall quality feels superior to the 295X2.

I had problems with crossfire support being weak or nonexistent in a few titles too when I began playing them, Witcher 3 Heroes of the storm and 7 days to die. This also bothered me a bit because then the performance was that of a 290X.

I bought two Fury X but was disappointed since both had the pump noise issue.
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does any of the sapphire fury trix owners have uefi working - whenever i switch on ultra fast boot on my Asrock Z77 Extreme6 Mobo i got error 97 (no graphics card found) without uefi the card works normal on the same board. It's the same on both bios switch positions.

hmm
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Still no voltage control ? This is getting ridiculous..
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So Fury X2 looks like it only has 2 8-pin power connectors... Surely this means performance will be more like Nano CF rather than Fury X CF?
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