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Fury owners show your 3DMark Time Spy benchmark results!
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Fury owners show your 3DMark Time Spy benchmark results!

Didn't relise it was out ... need to see Fury X vs 1070 !! an 480 vs 980.
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Originally Posted by Orthello View Post

Didn't relise it was out ... need to see Fury X vs 1070 !! an 480 vs 980.




480 already destroyed 980
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480 already destroyed 980

Cheers for that +Rep.

Hmm AMD have some work in this bench, Fury x below 1070 by 21% .. not what actual games are showing in dx12 , apart from maybe ROTR. Reading is important , that is a Fury !!

Sill look at the 480 .. above 980 and within 14% of Fury .. dang !!

AIB 480 should be right near Fury score i would pick.
Edited by Orthello - 7/14/16 at 11:20am
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Originally Posted by LionS7 View Post

Its not the RivaTuner. I swap cables on my psu, so that the card can connect to 2x 24A 12V and nothing. Sometimes "no video input" after 1 hour, sometimes after 5 min. I try two bios files. When my monitor say "no video input", the card drops load. I have no idea and hoping someone to help me. I dont have right now other monitor with Digital input like DVI or HDMI, and dont have other strong PSU, other then my Cougar SX 700W... Return to Crimson 16.6.2 didn't help... Im welcome ideas...

Well it might be the power supply or a bad plug on the mother board. Do you still have the 390 that you were using before to test if that still works correctly? If it works ok, then it might be time to consider a return on the Fury x. Silicon lottery may have dealt a bad card.
The only other thing I can think to try is a custom Bios to see if a incorrect DPM value is effecting the card.
Did you use DDU when uninstalling the drivers?
Edited by bluezone - 7/14/16 at 11:29am
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Im trying to run it in quadfire, but its crashing 3 times now. I suspect i am not stable or the benchmark is buggy and or crossfire may only be loading 2 gpus...

EDIT:

on my old SR2(ancient) with 4 furyx i got the below score just now dunno if its any good will have to try 1x/2x/3x and see how they stack up. i did run a single card earlier and it was 5k i think. ill rerun

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/13194121?


1gpu
http://www.3dmark.com/spy/8199

Edited by dagget3450 - 7/14/16 at 11:46am
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Looks like results aren't available online yet to compare?

(oops double post)
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Well it might be the power supply or a bad plug on the mother board. Do you still have the 390 that you were using before to test if that still works correctly? If it works ok, then it might be time to consider a return on the Fury x. Silicon lottery may have dealt a bad card.
The only other thing I can think to try is a custom Bios to see if a incorrect DPM value is effecting the card.
Did you use DDU when uninstalling the drivers?

Yes, Im using DDU always ? Where I can find that kind of bios ?
Edited by LionS7 - 7/14/16 at 11:59am
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Yes, Im using DDU always ? Where I can find that kind of bios ?

Good to hear that you follow best practices using DDU,

Information on custom bios can be found here.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1592384/fiji-bios-editing-fury-fury-x-nano-radeon-pro-duo

I could try to give you a hand in making a custom bios, But you would have to preform some testing and supply some information for me to do it. It might take a couple hours to run the tests though.

Does your card have a bios switch.
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Yes, Im using DDU always ?
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Originally Posted by bluezone View Post

Good to hear that you follow best practices using DDU,

Information on custom bios can be found here.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1592384/fiji-bios-editing-fury-fury-x-nano-radeon-pro-duo

I could try to give you a hand in making a custom bios, But you would have to preform some testing and supply some information for me to do it. It might take a couple hours to run the tests though.

Does your card have a bios switch.

Yes, the card is ref. standard R9 Fury X with water cooling. I'll check the link now. Is there any chance that Battlefront crash is only on fullscreen. I'll need to test this. Cos I just run full Time Spy and didn't crash. This was on 1100/1000.

We dont know what need to be edited in the bios. I was working with bios editors with GTX680, HD7950 before.
Edited by LionS7 - 7/14/16 at 12:21pm
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