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I don't see how that matters, because I doubt anyone posts and hopes to receive a dick answer.

Who would want a dick answer?
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Is my A10-7850K at 4.1 GHz bottlenecking my Nano in FFXIV? I get 90 FPS uncapped at 1080p max. I also got 8 GB of RAM. A friend has an i5-4690K, 980 Ti, and 16 GB of RAM and he gets 130 FPS uncapped at 1080p max.

Whether it is bottlenecking or not, my SP3 i3, for comparison, gets 15 FPS uncapped at 720p low. And my OCed A10-7850K at 4.1 GHz with a 960 MHz iGPU clock had been getting 45 FPS at 720p low. So either way, it is a massive upgrade.

If it is bottlenecking my Nano, would it be worth getting a 1440p monitor?
Edited by Sonikku13 - 2/3/16 at 8:19am
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Who would want a dick answer?
Maybe the same person that gives one? I honestly don't know, and I still don't know what you hoped to accomplish by FYIing the dude post-purchase that his $1200 worth of cards kinda suck and he should've bought something else.
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Well, I said it was actually a "dick answer" and I also am using two Fury Xs myself. What I just wanted to get across is that if you look at just the performance the 980ti is quite a bit better than the Fury X, especially when overcklocked (because it overclocks to at least 1500MHz).
Yes, it may not do bad in games generally, but its performance is quite a bit worse than the 980ti's.


That depends on a lot of things. Stock for Stock it's actually pulling ahead with newer drivers in quite a few titles. That brings me to my next point...not everyone plays the same games so where Nvidia does better it may not even matter to some people. Not everyone buys a card and overclocks so the overclocking depends on the user. The overclock on the Fury series may not reach the same numbers as the 980ti but the performance still scales pretty well with the amount it can do. Not to mention there are tons of non reference setups for the 980ti that do "blow it out of the water" but also cost a good bit more. Not everyone agrees with Nvidia's past or present business practices....so again another reason why they may not choose an Nvidia card. There are many more reasons one card is not the right card for everyone....not to mention you are in the wrong thread for your Nvidia fanboy trolling.
     
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Is my A10-7850K at 4.1 GHz bottlenecking my Nano in FFXIV? I get 90 FPS uncapped at 1080p max. I also got 8 GB of RAM. A friend has an i5-4690K, 980 Ti, and 16 GB of RAM and he gets 130 FPS uncapped at 1080p max.

Whether it is bottlenecking or not, my SP3 i3, for comparison, gets 15 FPS uncapped at 720p low. And my OCed A10-7850K at 4.1 GHz with a 960 MHz iGPU clock had been getting 45 FPS at 720p low. So either way, it is a massive upgrade.

If it is bottlenecking my Nano, would it be worth getting a 1440p monitor?


A good thing to do you be to monitor your GPU's clocks in game. It may be throttling to stay within the power limits or throttling due to the issues with some of the drivers causing the clocks to fluctuate. If they are throttling I would start by checking the temps and increasing the power limit either in Catalyst Control Center/Crimson or Sapphire Trixx or MSI Afterburner if your temps are fine.

Also there is a good chance that A10 is holding you back. For example my 8350 @ 4.9 GHz did not perform as well in some games as my 4770k @ 4.1 GHz when i swapped to my current rig.
     
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Maybe the same person that gives one? I honestly don't know, and I still don't know what you hoped to accomplish by FYIing the dude post-purchase that his $1200 worth of cards kinda suck and he should've bought something else.

I was not trying to say that he should have bought something else, I was trying present an objective statement on the performance differences between the Fury X and 980ti.
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I was not trying to say that he should have bought something else, I was trying present an objective statement on the performance differences between the Fury X and 980ti.
You failed in that regard.
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I was not trying to say that he should have bought something else, I was trying present an objective statement on the performance differences between the Fury X and 980ti.

But, doing that in an owners club thread is a bit of a dick move tbh
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That depends on a lot of things. Stock for Stock it's actually pulling ahead with newer drivers in quite a few titles. That brings me to my next point...not everyone plays the same games so where Nvidia does better it may not even matter to some people. Not everyone buys a card and overclocks so the overclocking depends on the user. The overclock on the Fury series may not reach the same numbers as the 980ti but the performance still scales pretty well with the amount it can do. Not to mention there are tons of non reference setups for the 980ti that do "blow it out of the water" but also cost a good bit more. Not everyone agrees with Nvidia's past or present business practices....so again another reason why they may not choose an Nvidia card. There are many more reasons one card is not the right card for everyone....not to mention you are in the wrong thread for your Nvidia fanboy trolling.

Considering this site is called "overclock.net" and the Fury X's cooling system is the best stock cooling system there is for overclocking, I would say it is save to assume that overclocking the Fury X is natural (unless someone really explicitly says that overclocking should be disregarded). Also, even the reference 980ti's boost usually gets above 1200MHz.

There is not a single game where the Fury X does better than the 980ti I think.

I would say I am everything but an Nvidia fanboy. Are you really that dumb or have you never read anything I wrote before that post (and even in this one I wrote that I am using two Fury Xs myself)? I do not like Nvidia at all, I think they are behaving in a very bad way as a GPU company. I have never owned an Nvidia graphic card.
Edited by Neon Lights - 2/3/16 at 10:10am
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You failed in that regard.

I apparently did for you.
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