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Wow, little disappointed with Fury vs my Hawaii card (note test is 1080P and Hawaii MAX bios mods vs no mod Fury).

Link:- http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/7689856/fs/7447383

CPU is @ 4.9GHz / 4.4GHz cache for both tests, don't know why physics score took such a hit with Fury thinking.gif, never seen that kinda variation with 4x differing Hawaii cards.

your not alone, i'm noticing varying physics scores as well, i thought it was because of windows 10. now im not so sure... i think im having some major driver malfunctions with fury and crimson. gonna roll back to 15.10 and see what happens
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Wow, little disappointed with Fury vs my Hawaii card (note test is 1080P and Hawaii MAX bios mods vs no mod Fury).

Link:- http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/7689856/fs/7447383

CPU is @ 4.9GHz / 4.4GHz cache for both tests, don't know why physics score took such a hit with Fury thinking.gif, never seen that kinda variation with 4x differing Hawaii cards.

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I think you can get a bit more out of your Fury tbh: http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/10951388?

Yeah it can do better, my fury on air

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/10006411?
     
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your not alone, i'm noticing varying physics scores as well, i thought it was because of windows 10. now im not so sure... i think im having some major driver malfunctions with fury and crimson. gonna roll back to 15.10 and see what happens

I had some issues as well. Make sure you run DDU and AMDs driver removal tool. Then reinstall Crimson 16.2 Drivers.

1) DDU = http://www.guru3d.com/files-details/display-driver-uninstaller-download.html
2) AMD Driver Removal Tool = http://support.amd.com/en-us/kb-articles/Pages/AMD-Clean-Uninstall-Utility.aspx
3) Install and run benchmarks.

I was having issues with my Fury X. I previously had Nvidia GTX installed prior to upgrading. AMD has been pushing out drivers rapidly lately. I finally decided to run DDU and AMD Tool and it has fixed all of the issues I was having and my scores greatly increased in FireStrike and other gaming benchmarks. Hopefully that helps.
    
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Don't forget Bradleys removal guide for left over stuff in registery. A worthy pain to go through.

http://www.overclock.net/t/988215/how-to-remove-your-amd-gpu-drivers-new-2016
     
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@p4inkill3r

Cheers for score link, ok starting to get a bit of more "get up and go" smile.gif .

Fury out of box Vs Unlock to 3776 Vs 3776@1050 Vs 3776@1075 Vs Hawaii 290X

I'm up to about page 80 of this thread and had some questions:-

q1) I'm getting voltage control in MSI AB, I thought there was none? (no bios mods yet other than unlock to 3776)

q2) I was reading several of the TPU reviews on Fury and noting the voltage readings, what do you guys get as VID per DPM? and say i2cdumps?



In i2cdump IR3567B is responding on same bus/address as Hawaii cards (a lot is looking familiar, strangely).

Even though GPU-Z is not reading an ASIC quality (aka LeakageID) I'm reckoning some profiling is going on to set DPM voltages so need info from you guys on what your VIDs are.

@dagget3450

I'm on Win 7 x64, Crimson 16.2 Hotfix. Physics seems better/consistent now after unlock to 3776 thinking.gif.

@Kana-Maru

I know your post not directed at me but just thought I'd state I did do the DDU, etc process prior to change from Hawaii to Fury.

@Arizonian

I'm on air as well, Sapphire Fury Tri-X (STD).

I thought the OC edition only came with increased PL ROMs but the STD does as well (Towards IO file is increased PL on my card from factory.).

Fury_Tri-X_STD.zip 207k .zip file

Cheers for score link, are you adding voltage?
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Extend official overclocking limits in AB, give it some voltage, raise the power limit, take the core to 1100 and memory to 545, see what you get.
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I think you can get a bit more out of your Fury tbh: http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/10951388?
Pain my furyX at 1160/560 only get 17.6k graphics score how in the hell haha just wondering if you got some tricks or my old X58 mobo holding me back. X5660 @ 4.7 1666mhz ram. also here is my welcome to the club. http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/details.php?id=mpzkc
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Pain my furyX at 1160/560 only get 17.6k graphics score how in the hell haha just wondering if you got some tricks or my old X58 mobo holding me back. X5660 @ 4.7 1666mhz ram. also here is my welcome to the club. http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/details.php?id=mpzkc
Here are a couple of scores with an 8320 and a g3258 from a while back:
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/5551553
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/5587570

Both were at stock settings on the Fury, but they both came in around 16k. Driver maturation and a healthy overclock could be all the difference, I think.
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for funsies...

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/10953772?



16.2 crimson, only 4ghz on cpu/ furys are stock clocks with tess off.

One of these days we will have a half decent whql driver we can post actual scores online.
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Hmm mine stock with 16.2 drivers fresh install. http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/10954609 at 1180/550 http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/10954709 so i wish i could get the massive gains your getting, might be chipset/pcie 3.0 not sure.
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