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post #5191 of 11573
Hey guys, I've been following this thread off and on again for months, but had a couple of questions:

1) How are the drivers in W10, is it stable?
2) Any overclocking yet?
3) I've currently got a 295x2 and tired of dealing with x-fire, as most of my current games are Nvidia anyway. Would moving to a single Fury/X/Nano work well for me @ 3440x1440 (maxing almost everything)?
4) If so, what would users here recommend the Fury, the X, or the Nano?
post #5192 of 11573
The voltage for core capped at 1.34V on my old setup, should be able to get higher now hopefully 1.4v+

I tested the lcd's with my more expensive multimeter and it's accurately reporting the voltage on both of the cards. The core and HBM seem to be 100mv lower on the second card than my first?

The main fury starts at 1.24V core and 1.3V HBM
The slave is getting 1.13V core and 1.2V HBM

I know it's not my resistors because I swaped the boards. The new volt mod is using the old control board. Either my second fury X runs 100mv lower or is this a result of it being a slave?
post #5193 of 11573
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Originally Posted by kayan View Post

Hey guys, I've been following this thread off and on again for months, but had a couple of questions:

1) How are the drivers in W10, is it stable?
2) Any overclocking yet?
3) I've currently got a 295x2 and tired of dealing with x-fire, as most of my current games are Nvidia anyway. Would moving to a single Fury/X/Nano work well for me @ 3440x1440 (maxing almost everything)?
4) If so, what would users here recommend the Fury, the X, or the Nano?

A single Fury X is pretty good deal for 4k but it's still not powerful enough to max everything and get 60fps. There is no single gpu solution out that can handle the high settings of 4k gaming yet.

If you got the space for Fury X radiator then get it. Cooler quieter and faster.
Get the reg air cooled fury if you cant fit the Fury X
Skip the nano unless you want a very small form factor.
post #5194 of 11573
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Originally Posted by Otterfluff View Post

A single Fury X is pretty good deal for 4k but it's still not powerful enough to max everything and get 60fps. There is no single gpu solution out that can handle the high settings of 4k gaming yet.

If you got the space for Fury X radiator then get it. Cooler quieter and faster.
Get the reg air cooled fury if you cant fit the Fury X
Skip the nano unless you want a very small form factor.

I've got a huge case at the moment, so space isn't an issue. I do have a custom loop that I may add my next GPU to it. Could I get the same kind of performance from a watercooled Fury, as I could from a Fury X? Fury plus waterblock = Fury X stock price. I know the specs are different, but what are users saying?
Edited by kayan - 11/9/15 at 2:41pm
post #5195 of 11573
Do not get the Asus Fury Strix as they use a custom pcb and you wont find a waterblock for it.

You will save $100 getting the reg Fury if you plan to get a custom waterblock, you might get lucky with unlocking CU's to a full Fury X, but that's a lottery. Sometimes they bin the chips because some cores are no good other times they just disable them in which case you might be able to unlock them with a bios mod.
post #5196 of 11573
Another good reason to avoid the ASUS is that it has by far the worst cooler.
post #5197 of 11573
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Originally Posted by buildzoid View Post

Another good reason to avoid the ASUS is that it has by far the worst cooler.

They have consistnently dropped the balls with their high end AMD cards the past few gens,. Their 390(x)s are the worst of the bunch. Much worse VRM/core cooling compared to other brands.

The 290/290X Asus was appalling. They lifted the heatsink straight from the 780 and plopped it down on the 290, leaving one or two of the heatpipes not touching to core at all! VRM cooling was very poor too.
post #5198 of 11573
Ok so my HBM voltage now maxes out at 1.42V, good news is it defiantly made it more stable and zero artifacts when clocked to 630. The extra voltage made a difference. I cant scale past the 630Mhz wall though, with extra voltage I get far less white spot artifacts when going above 630 in windows but it's defiantly a wall there of some sort.

Hopefully the extra volts into the HBM will help stability with HBM overclocks during crossfire, that would be really nice.

I got up to 1.46V on the core and decided I dident need to make it go higher. So I am not sure where the ceiling is for that now with this resistor combo. More good news is I managed a 1200 core overlock at 1.36-1.37V core and I had no artifacts or lost black frames. Completed all tests on 3DMark. I think 1200 core stable is a significant milestone, it certainly feels very good.

For now I am going to start testing my other newly modded Fury X and explore why it has 100mv lower stock voltage. I tried running it as the primary card by disconnecting the first one, and the voltage didn't change.

Maybe they set different stock voltage depending on how the chip responds in the factory? I Should find out where it's limits are compared to my first Fury X and will compare them.
Edited by Otterfluff - 11/9/15 at 2:55pm
post #5199 of 11573
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Originally Posted by buildzoid View Post

Another good reason to avoid the ASUS is that it has by far the worst cooler.

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Originally Posted by Gumbi View Post

They have consistnently dropped the balls with their high end AMD cards the past few gens,. Their 390(x)s are the worst of the bunch. Much worse VRM/core cooling compared to other brands.

The 290/290X Asus was appalling. They lifted the heatsink straight from the 780 and plopped it down on the 290, leaving one or two of the heatpipes not touching to core at all! VRM cooling was very poor too.

Yeah, I have a personal ban against most Asus stuff anyway. I won't buy them unless necessary. For AMD GPUs it's XFX, Visiontek, or Sapphire.

Anyway, are the XFX and Sapphire Fury stock pcb or are they custom?
post #5200 of 11573
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Originally Posted by kayan View Post


Yeah, I have a personal ban against most Asus stuff anyway. I won't buy them unless necessary. For AMD GPUs it's XFX, Visiontek, or Sapphire.

Anyway, are the XFX and Sapphire Fury stock pcb or are they custom?
I'm sure that Asus is the only one that is a custom PCB
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