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Finally got rigbuilder set up and some pics, so its time i join the club




Very nice setup you got there, those dual Fury X looks strong!
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Well...overclocked my Nano a bit and 1100 MHz core clock at +12 mV seem to be the sweet spot (didn't change the RAM frequency). If I go higher with clock it gets unstable. If I then raise the voltage it starts clocking down. I guess I'm fine with it...so far everything runs great smile.gif .


Btw., temperatures under water are really good with this card. After a few hours of Doom, the GPU temp was at 37 °C (water temperature somewhere around room temperature at 28°C)

@Tgrove Nice Rig biggrin.gif
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How much graphics score with that clock? Firestrike 1080p
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Thanks guys, they really are amazing cards. I wish they got the respect they deserve
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How badly does an A10-7850K bottleneck a Nano? The only reference point I have is 90 FPS in FFXIV: HW at 1080p max.

I am considering buying a new setup... with a Core i7 6700K, 16 GB of DDR4 SDRAM, and an ASUS Z170 motherboard... for the sake of removing the bottleneck.
Edited by Sonikku13 - 5/29/16 at 6:36pm
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The 6700k is a nice CPU but you'll probably want to consider upping your resolution if you want to keep the bottleneck on the GPU side. Plus, Fiji as a design tends to choke at 1080p.

     
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The 6700k is a nice CPU but you'll probably want to consider upping your resolution if you want to keep the bottleneck on the GPU side. Plus, Fiji as a design tends to choke at 1080p.

I'm probably gonna go with an i5 6400, Gigabyte GA-Z170N-WIFI motherboard, 16 GB of relatively cheap DDR4 SDRAM, a low profile heatsink, Corsair RM550x, Cooler Master Elite 110, and Windows 10 Home... all this fits in a $650 budget, allowing me to downsize. I would have gone Haswell, but turns out Skylake is only an extra $22-ish including mini-ITX motherboard, so decided why not?

I presume the i5 6400 is fast enough, well, compared to the A10-7850K.
Edited by Sonikku13 - 5/30/16 at 3:29pm
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Is there any explanation relating to the Fiji architecture as to why Fiji performance is not as ideal at lower resolutions? Whats causing the bottleneck? Is it driver overhead? If so has OpenGL, Vulcan or DX12 at 1080p shown superior performance?

All those extra shader cores and performance increase is not like it was expected.

Under OpenCL the situation is different:



At less detailed images, performance is higher. At more complex images, its not able to pull through.

I wish there was a decent tech review site that actually investigated these things frown.gif
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Does any one have Gigabyte Fury?

or Can any one post a picture of it without a cooler?

thx
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