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It seems as though all hope is lost for voltage control on fury....

However, a fury for $520 with a massive cooler was just too good to pass up on smile.gif

I have a chance to sell a 780TI for $300 possibly and if I do I'm moving to the TRI X Fury or new Gigabyte Windforce Fury out soon.

After buying two 970's and that VRAM farce along with new GFE being forced down my throat debacle I'll be excited to have main rig (at least) back to AMD. smile.gif

Congrats on your XFX DD Fury, naturally we'll want to know your thoughts on it and looking forward to it. thumb.gif
     
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Oh I see what you mean.

The HBM is on the die right? Is it the small brown chips that surround the die? I know the four nobs from the core are the interposer's.

The HBM is the 4 small rectangles around the core. The interposer is the thing under them and the core. Each of the squares should put out about 2W at stock so it might be possible to put small 5-10W TECs on each and keep them bellow 20C which should help them clock and possibly make them scale with voltage.

2 of these covering only the HBM stacks should be enough. However I do see a real problem with the fact that heat from the GPU core will travel through the interposer into the HBM stacks so this idea might be completely stupid and pointless. This will also raise the GPU's overall power draw by about 40W and the gains might be negligible but hey that's what overclocking is all about.

I guess I could do a mock up where a cut a copper shim to fill the gap between the core and the stock water block. If that gives OKish results I'll upgrade it to the full on custom block. I think I'll only do this to one card as a proof of concept.
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Managed to get ATI to send me UEFI compatible vBIOS for the Fury X. Huzzah. (and thus I'm finally rocking the M.2. boot drive)
Praise Gaben. Happy you finally have it working as it should have from the get go.
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Currently in Dubai and saw a sapphire fury for $440. i'm tempted.redface.gif
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Currently in Dubai and saw a sapphire fury for $440. i'm tempted.redface.gif

Make sure you won't get nailed with importation taxes!
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Gentlemen. Hope is not lost. W1zzard may be sitting on a working version of Trixx but a Fiji card did finally get through Mother Russia and found its way into Unwinder's hands. He said both Fiji and the 980 Ti Lightning will get voltage support in Afterburner 4.2. *slow clap*
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Gentlemen. Hope is not lost. W1zzard may be sitting on a working version of Trixx but a Fiji card did finally get through Mother Russia and found its way into Unwinder's hands. He said both Fiji and the 980 Ti Lightning will get voltage support in Afterburner 4.2. *slow clap*

If it's only +100mv like the 290X was then it won't do much since the Fury scales pretty badly with voltage. On stock mine did 1100mhz on voltage it does 1145mhz. Oh and that's with the core bellow 60C. If you run the core at 70 or 80C the scaling is even worse.
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Make sure you won't get nailed with importation taxes!

thanks for the heads up. their computer stores here dwarf microcenter. lol

can't find a fury x, though.
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If it's only +100mv like the 290X was then it won't do much since the Fury scales pretty badly with voltage. On stock mine did 1100mhz on voltage it does 1145mhz. Oh and that's with the core bellow 60C. If you run the core at 70 or 80C the scaling is even worse.
I don't care at this point if all we get is 100mv, I just want to move the slider!
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I don't care at this point if all we get is 100mv, I just want to move the slider!

Just think if this was a game, you would have to pay for the voltage slider unlock DLC. or Early access voltage slider will be added later.
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