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Thank you for your reply. +1 rep for sharing as I'm within $200 of reaching my goal and about to make a $700 purchase. So along comes THIS very appealing 4K monitor with HDMI 2.0 and DP 1.2a support.

I'm glad ViewSonic decided to do away with the bird feet stand on this new gaming series.

As for gaming, I wouldn't mind turning down game settings while looking down the road patiently for when Polaris launches. Suddenly this nitro fury has more value / appeal to me than before allowing me to explore 4K and not to forget liquid VR looks promising biggrin.gif
Not a bad looking monitor at all, and 4K is awesome even when not at maximum ultra galaxy settings and pegged 60FPS.
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Not a bad looking monitor at all, and 4K is awesome even when not at maximum ultra galaxy settings and pegged 60FPS.

Once Polaris and Pascal drop I'm making the jump up to 4K. I really appreciate above 60fps on Ultra Galaxy Worldender 9000 on PC since I also play some titles on the xbone.

The console has been a saving grace while I wait for my GPU replacement. I should have it all up and running by Saturday and then finally it's Witcher 3 time!
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I'm enjoying my 4K experiences with stock clocks. I couldn't wait and had to jump on 4K gaming last year.
    
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I am running a fury x under water with an ekwb block on stock now. Only because I had the pump whine and the shop did not want to replace it. So did was the only way lol. I flashed an sapphire bios with uefi on it because the stock msi bios did not have gop/uefi. I cant add voltage with afterburner what do you guys use? The sapphire tool?
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I use Sapphire Trixxx for my Overclocks.

I do have some interesting test results! I don't have any screenshots of this though as my internet was down and I didn't save the Firestrike results, I did however write them down on a piece of cardboard.

So at stock I got 12,835. I did an increase with the HBM frequency to 545 but nothing to the voltage or the GPU, I scored 12970, so nothing major from memory alone. From my previous testing I knew that 1140 on the GPU was my stable on stock voltage.

So I started at +30mv to see how far I could creep up, having normally just maxed the mV setting thinking it would be best.
At 1160/545 +30mV I managed to score 13660. At 1170/545 +30mV I hit 13749. I think that's my highest stable score so far. I then for the sake of curiosity, maxed out the mV to +75, thinking it would stabilize it, when in fact it lowered my result to 13642. So more mV isn't actually better for performance's sake. I then pushed to 1175/545 +30mV and managed to score 13786. My highest score to date! Whilst I observed 1 little flicker during the benchmark, I'm still chuffed by the score. I pumped up the mV to +75 in an attempt to stabilize 1175, but my score went down to 13638.

I attempted 1180/545 +30mV but it crashed 5 seconds in after several artifacts. Increasing the mV in increments of 10 didn't help stabilize 1180 or even get me through the Benchmark.

I'd love to have some other people test in a similar matter to see if lower mV actually correlates to better performance. I'm sure some of you probably already knew this, but it wasn't known to me and I'm sure there are others that don't know either.
    
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I use Sapphire Trixxx for my Overclocks.

I do have some interesting test results! I don't have any screenshots of this though as my internet was down and I didn't save the Firestrike results, I did however write them down on a piece of cardboard.

So at stock I got 12,835. I did an increase with the HBM frequency to 545 but nothing to the voltage or the GPU, I scored 12970, so nothing major from memory alone. From my previous testing I knew that 1140 on the GPU was my stable on stock voltage.

So I started at +30mv to see how far I could creep up, having normally just maxed the mV setting thinking it would be best.
At 1160/545 +30mV I managed to score 13660. At 1170/545 +30mV I hit 13749. I think that's my highest stable score so far. I then for the sake of curiosity, maxed out the mV to +75, thinking it would stabilize it, when in fact it lowered my result to 13642. So more mV isn't actually better for performance's sake. I then pushed to 1175/545 +30mV and managed to score 13786. My highest score to date! Whilst I observed 1 little flicker during the benchmark, I'm still chuffed by the score. I pumped up the mV to +75 in an attempt to stabilize 1175, but my score went down to 13638.

I attempted 1180/545 +30mV but it crashed 5 seconds in after several artifacts. Increasing the mV in increments of 10 didn't help stabilize 1180 or even get me through the Benchmark.

I'd love to have some other people test in a similar matter to see if lower mV actually correlates to better performance. I'm sure some of you probably already knew this, but it wasn't known to me and I'm sure there are others that don't know either.

A lot of the numbers you refer to are within a margin of error and probably don't relate to any change in performance.

E.g. 13786 to 13638
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Well I have tangible proof now, my last three runs @ 1170/545 +30mv

13825
13848
13832

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/7509973
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/7510031
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/7510076
    
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Well I have tangible proof now, my last three runs @ 1170/545 +30mv

13825
13848
13832

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/7509973
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/7510031
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/7510076

Nice, this is my Fury at 1100/545 for your reference:

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/7489971
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Nice, this is my Fury at 1100/545 for your reference:

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/7489971

Thanks man smile.gif

Found this:
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/6584305

Currently installing the older drivers to see if i can hit the 14k group, given this guys clock speed(1,115 MHz) is slower than mine hahah
    
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Nice, congrats. Having been fussy, I went through the Fury X, a pair of Fury's and a pair of Nano's before finally settling on keeping a Nano for my HTPC. My thoughts on it.

In terms of performance its a great card. At stock Nano speeds (1000 Mhz / 500 Memory) it out performed both my Fury cards which were the OC versions of the sapphire Tri-X (1040 Mhz) thanks to having the full Fiji core vs a stripped down but faster core. But it could not sustain that as the stock cooler on the Nano comes with a fan profile that favours silence, heavily, so as a result you will see throttling of the card landing it in the 900-950 Mhz range for daily use. To negate this you should up the fan profile and it will solve this issue.

In terms of coil whine, I have found its common to all the Fiji cards rather then the Nano specifically. My Fury X had it, my Fury had it and my Nano had it. Only one of my Fury samples and my current Nano seem to produce a reasonable amount which I would class as acceptable and once you enable v-sync on say a 60 fps monitor its fine. The other cards however had a terrible amount so pot luck on that front I expect.

In terms of over clocking both my Nano samples on the air cooler could hit and hold 1050mhz for daily use with the fan ramped up. Memory on one card was totally unstable, while on the second card it could hit the next discrete memory overclock of 545 Mhz, but not reach the next step up of 600 Mhz. At 1050Mhz it was at base Fury X performance, and traded blows with my Fury cards that could overclock much higher, once again thanks to the full Fuji core vs stripped down but faster. For synthetic benchmark both cards could reach the 1085-1090 Mhz mark okay on stock cooler but fans were ramped up hard to maintain that.

Under water its all changed and the Nano has become beastly biggrin.gif My current sample can hit 545 on the memory which has not changed as 600 Mhz seems too far, but in synthetics, can hit 1140 Mhz and for daily use settles in at 1125 Mhz on the core. Pretty much putting it a decently overclocked Fury X levels which is nice. This is the point at which however the cooling is not the issue, rather the limited power draw and cut down power phases I expect being unable to reach the high 1150-1200 Mhz mark some Fury X's / Fury's are capable of.

Thank you for this. With the price drop the Nano is a great choice. I'm ordering mine today.
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