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dont all the fiji chips have 4 gb of hbm?

It's a Fury not a Fury X.
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It's a Fury not a Fury X.

fury has hbm, if im not mistaken. only difference between two is x is overclocked and watercooled
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fury has hbm, if im not mistaken. only difference between two is x is overclocked and watercooled

ROP count is different too.
     
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ROP count is different too.

yeah.. overall performance is quite similar though.
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fury has hbm, if im not mistaken. only difference between two is x is overclocked and watercooled
You are right..long day. Although I wouldn't say it's overclocked just higher base clock.
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You are right..long day. Although I wouldn't say it's overclocked just higher base clock.

right on no worries. X is probably higher binned as well. also mentioned it has a higher ROP

but overall the two cards have VERY similar performance.
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ROP count is different too.

Same ROP count, different shader and TMU count.
Edited by Forceman - 10/16/15 at 5:56pm
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After going back and forth on 390x and furyX i am sending my 390x's back. Fury gives me enough boost despite 4gb vram. When i am over 4gb on 390x its struggling hard and is not usually playable making the extra vram almost useless.(not talking below 4k). I'd rather be careful with Fury's vram limits then be able to use 8gb vram and it not be playable. Also, while i am not technical on vram usage and limits in knowledge. I have found that fury always seems to allocate less and i am able to up settings based on raw performance over the 390x. When using MSI ab on 390x in DAI i see around 4.3gb usage and in cut scenes its gone as high as 5+gb. and fury with exact same settings shows 3.2 - 3.8gb usage. I can find limits to Fury's vram if i try which is possibly a killer for people looking to future proof.

TDLR: 390x 4gb+ usage fps is too low to care(4k+). FuryX sub 4gb usage unlike 390x and i am able to use higher settings due to raw power. Can easily hit limits of fury vram which can be a turn off for people looking to future proof.


The information is mostly my opinion for my usage, but thought i would share in case people are wondering.
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After going back and forth on 390x and furyX i am sending my 390x's back. Fury gives me enough boost despite 4gb vram. When i am over 4gb on 390x its struggling hard and is not usually playable making the extra vram almost useless.(not talking below 4k). I'd rather be careful with Fury's vram limits then be able to use 8gb vram and it not be playable. Also, while i am not technical on vram usage and limits in knowledge. I have found that fury always seems to allocate less and i am able to up settings based on raw performance over the 390x. When using MSI ab on 390x in DAI i see around 4.3gb usage and in cut scenes its gone as high as 5+gb. and fury with exact same settings shows 3.2 - 3.8gb usage. I can find limits to Fury's vram if i try which is possibly a killer for people looking to future proof.

TDLR: 390x 4gb+ usage fps is too low to care(4k+). FuryX sub 4gb usage unlike 390x and i am able to use higher settings due to raw power. Can easily hit limits of fury vram which can be a turn off for people looking to future proof.


The information is mostly my opinion for my usage, but thought i would share in case people are wondering.

a minimum of 2 390Xs is needed for 4K as you find out, then the vram becomes a non issue. at least with the games today.

edit: not sure if they updated AB in the latest version but with my hawaiis, it measures vram usage using global output. meaning it add it up. so, for 2 gpus, you need to divide the figure by 2. i use HWINFO and that too adds up the vram usage.

also, FuryX is easily 30% faster than 390X, so you can't use same settings in games. if you are - i mean.
Edited by rdr09 - 10/16/15 at 9:57pm
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a minimum of 2 390Xs is needed for 4K as you find out, then the vram becomes a non issue. at least with the games today.

I was trying to keep from posting a long post so i might have left some info out. I have 3 390x, and 2 furyX - I am also running above 4k resolution. The 390x don't have enough power unless i run 3 /4 of them. When you include the heat, power, and Cf scaling it's harder for the 390x to achieve the FPS the FuryX can at the same settings in most of my testing. This is all subjective to the user, in my case i'm finding i am getting more mileage from the faster card with less Vram. I didn't even factor costs either, but 3 x390x roughly = 2 furyX .

If i were running 4k, or less i'm sure 390x would be plenty. In fact there are some games i will run in 4k because they are horribly optimized = i.e.Gameworks
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