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Not try to turn you away from the Nano, I mean, I'm sure it's great, but why have a Nano when you can have a Fury X possessed by the Devil himself!

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Price I imagine. At least here in the uk and most places it seems the nano has had quiet a price cut and is considerably cheaper the the fury x with performance not too far behind once you notch up the fans to lower the thermal throttling.

Besides a nano under water can reach those sort of speeds a swell tongue.gif maby not the 666 bit on your score however devilsmiley.gif
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Thank you for this. With the price drop the Nano is a great choice. I'm ordering mine today.

Np. Enjoy the card smile.gif
     
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Isn't the graphics score the number that matters? Mines 16691, http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/10696867. This is undervolted too.

My highest graphics score was 16722.
Edited by ebinkerd - 2/10/16 at 12:18pm
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Isn't the graphics score the number that matters? Mines 16691, http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/10696867. This is undervolted too.

My highest graphics score was 16722.

If your comparing GPU's then its a better measure then the combined score which accounts for the CPU's Physics score.

On that note, I am getting bizarre readings on my card. The nano at 1114 Mhz on the core and 508 (500 basically) seems to score just a notch under 17,000 (16,934) on the GPU score. Pushing it to 1130 and 545 actually seemed to decrease the score while trying to break 17,000 GPU score. Odd as it seems to be the case for all tests above 1130-1150 on my card confused.gif

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/7317488/fs/7128062#
     
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If your comparing GPU's then its a better measure then the combined score which accounts for the CPU's Physics score.

On that note, I am getting bizarre readings on my card. The nano at 1114 Mhz on the core and 508 (500 basically) seems to score just a notch under 17,000 (16,934) on the GPU score. Pushing it to 1130 and 545 actually seemed to decrease the score while trying to break 17,000 GPU score. Odd as it seems to be the case for all tests above 1130-1150 on my card confused.gif

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/7317488/fs/7128062#


Thats a touch higher than when I had my Fury X clocked to 1100/545 @+12mv. Seriously though, try undervolting it. My undervolting scores are better than my over volt. I have no idea why. I have the firestrike scores to back it up.

This is my highest over volt @+12mv, http://www.3dmark.com/fs/7337344
This is my highest under volt @-18mv, http://www.3dmark.com/fs/7506002
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Thats a touch higher than when I had my Fury X clocked to 1100/545 @+12mv. Seriously though, try undervolting it. My undervolting scores are better than my over volt. I have no idea why. I have the firestrike scores to back it up.

This is my highest over volt @+12mv, http://www.3dmark.com/fs/7337344
This is my highest under volt @-18mv, http://www.3dmark.com/fs/7506002

This^^

I got better scores with 1170/545 +30mV than I did with 1170/545 +75mV.

And also, if you are going to touch your memory, you should set it straight to 545 as that's the increment it will bump up to.
    
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Not try to turn you away from the Nano, I mean, I'm sure it's great, but why have a Nano when you can have a Fury X possessed by the Devil himself!

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Money. I'm tapped out. I spent close to 700 on new watercooling stuff and part of that was a waterblock for the nano. Because I'm using a core P5, whatever card i get goes into the loop. A fury x w/ a card puts it over $750
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Money. I'm tapped out. I spent close to 700 on new watercooling stuff and part of that was a waterblock for the nano. Because I'm using a core P5, whatever card i get goes into the loop. A fury x w/ a card puts it over $750

It's cool man, I just needed a version to post my 666 benchmark hahaha 😂
    
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HBM has set clock speeds. 500/545/600/666.

Where did you lot get that?

So all monitoring tools misreport HBM frequency if set to anything else?
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Where did you lot get that?

So all monitoring tools misreport HBM frequency if set to anything else?

I provided the information. I frequent another forum and the information was posted by myself based an AMD representative comments, here was my initial post:

Checking the rules, seems fine. Got the info from here: https://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showthread.php?t=18678073&page=233

Page 233 post # 6977 by AMD Representative


I actually followed up with a question about that and asked if monitoring tools are essentially provided false readings and they confirmed that to be the case: Page 234 post # 6996
https://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showthread.php?t=18678073&page=234
     
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