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Can't decide on what card to get, Fury or the Fury X,the extra performance of the X looks nice but the card has coil whine and possibly pump noise. The Asus Fury Strix I had was extremely silent most of the time until the fan broke. Another thing is that during heavy loads the Asus card became quite noisy with the cooler, leading me to suspect that the Fury X would be more silent overall.
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Originally Posted by Medusa666 View Post

Can't decide on what card to get, Fury or the Fury X,the extra performance of the X looks nice but the card has coil whine and possibly pump noise. The Asus Fury Strix I had was extremely silent most of the time until the fan broke. Another thing is that during heavy loads the Asus card became quite noisy with the cooler, leading me to suspect that the Fury X would be more silent overall.
My release day Fury X doesn't have coil noise and the pump noise is no different from any other AIO, which is to say barely noticeable.
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Don't worry, no need to justify your reasons. Hell if you said it was because you wanted too, it is a free world. I am about to be the poster child of stupidity as i have 2 more fury x's coming. I had always planned on 3 but i want to see how 4 will perform. I am using primarily 6400x3600 resolution but until they get here i am testing various eyefinity setups and resolutions. In the end i probably will only use 3 and send the fourth on back.

In the end you're going to run into a vRAM wall running those ridiculously high eyefinity resolutions. IMO the first generation that will be capable of handling that will be Arctic Islands (with crossfired setups of course).
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I chose the Fury X for two reasons: Small Size(nano wasn't out yet when I purchased hardware) which is necessary if I want my res well....where I want it in the case I am using. The second is I was looking for a solid single GPU to drive 2560 x 1440 for the next couple years. It does both quite well and while a single 980Ti would have done the trick as well .....Nvidia got my money the last two go rounds and I loved my 6970 so I decided time to spread some love back to AMD. I feel they earned it being first out with HBM. biggrin.gif

Still deciding on a monitor and would love some suggestions. I have been waiting on Eizo Foris FreeSync but still no word on price or availability.

In my Phanteks ITX case, the small PCB of the Sapphire Fury + waterblock allowed me to put my res/pump combo where it is now, where as a longer card would not allow that. Love this size and GPU (it's been fully unlocked to Fury X as well)
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In the end you're going to run into a vRAM wall running those ridiculously high eyefinity resolutions. IMO the first generation that will be capable of handling that will be Arctic Islands (with crossfired setups of course).

I respect your view, having spent some time with my cards Vram is not my issue. I don't intend to play games at these resolutions with everything maxed out. The vram issue is being blown out of proportion for most users. Can i make Vram an issue for my usage? Sure i could. Also it's obvious the next generation gpu's can run something better. They should or were in trouble.
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Just curious whether anyone has gotten a Fury X to work with a UEFI Boot/CSM disabled. Sapphire's webpage even refers to it as a UEFI card, and their support people basically told me they had no idea and to contact ATI. Gee whiz. The ASUS flavor of the card has UEFI bios available, but I was hesitant to flash my Sapphire card with the ASUS BIOS (even though they're the same card) without knowing for sure it was safe to do so.
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In my Phanteks ITX case, the small PCB of the Sapphire Fury + waterblock allowed me to put my res/pump combo where it is now, where as a longer card would not allow that. Love this size and GPU (it's been fully unlocked to Fury X as well)

I had the same plan for the h440 and the small form factor allowed placement in the window as opposed to hidden. smile.gif
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Screwing around with PLP with fury and while its ghetto(put together what i had lying around)looking at least it works i suppose. I don't know that i would buy monitors just for this setup but im going to try it out a bit with fury and see.

6000x2160 res - 40inch middle and 2x23inch edges(de-bezzeled). they are TN so yeah i would definitely replace them if i went this route.
plp eyefinity test on fury

quick valley run ultra, no AA - all stock for now havent even gotten to overclocking yet.
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Can't decide on what card to get, Fury or the Fury X,the extra performance of the X looks nice but the card has coil whine and possibly pump noise. The Asus Fury Strix I had was extremely silent most of the time until the fan broke. Another thing is that during heavy loads the Asus card became quite noisy with the cooler, leading me to suspect that the Fury X would be more silent overall.

Perhaps the next thing to try would be a Sapphire Fury?

I'm trying to pick a Fiji card as well, and I'm very picky about acoustics. So my concern with the Sapphire card is the coil whine mentioned. But from some sound recordings, like this one, I note the Asus card also has a coil whine:
https://youtu.be/oD7i75sqFSk

And seeing how much quieter Sapphire's cooler is in this comparison:
https://youtu.be/PEGJoE1Pswg

...Leads me to wonder if the Asus's booming fans don't just mask its coil whine, though I imagine the whine is different as the Asus has a different 12-phase custom power delivery system.

I might well buy a Sapphire Fury in the next few days, if I do I'll let you know how it sounds.
Edited by Lorem Ipsum - 10/21/15 at 5:12am
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Screwing around with PLP with fury and while its ghetto(put together what i had lying around)looking at least it works i suppose. I don't know that i would buy monitors just for this setup but im going to try it out a bit with fury and see.

6000x2160 res - 40inch middle and 2x23inch edges(de-bezzeled). they are TN so yeah i would definitely replace them if i went this route.
plp eyefinity test on fury

quick valley run ultra, no

Noice setup
Edited by diggiddi - 10/21/15 at 6:34am
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