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They were £350 ish a few days back on ebuyer wink.gif , £300 at Amazon warehouse deals a few months back as well wink.gif .

Yep, still on the bios mod "train" wink.gif .

Getting 1200MHz isn't the issue as such (depending on card), it's the blinking negative performance scaling as voltage increase is applied sadsmiley.gif. Tried a lot of things via ROM to combat it, but unsuccessful sadsmiley.gif, behind the scenes pestering "you know who" with data/tests as well wink.gif .

Again temps even on stock TIM/pads/AIO on Fury X not an issue IMO. Even Tri-X cooler can easily maintain <55C, GPU VRM cooler than Fury X AIO, as on that coolant from GPU flows to copper pipe in contact with VRM, where as Tri-X independent plate for VRM from GPU.

Even when we had the few days of high ambient temps in the UK (you gotta luv the weather here rolleyes.gif) cooling not an issue IMO. Without fan at 100% I can cruise along at ~50C under load way quieter fan than the aftermarket air cooler Hawaii's I had.

TBH if I had a custom loop already in rig I'd consider WC'ing Fury/X, but if not (as in my case) I don't see the point.
+ rep for the info! Keep the red team up bro biggrin.gif
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in a specific app?

I do in timespy, but only in CF

Only really tested in DOOM, opengl and Vulkan does the same pulsing.
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Can anyone who owns Sapphire Fury Nitro tell me what are the fan speeds in RPM and on what % speed fans start to spin? I tried 390 Nitro recently (and returned because of super crazy coil whine) and fan speeds were a bit stupid, when they start spinning at I believe 25% speed they are already at ~1200 RPM. All cards I owned before had much more balanced fan control, 1200 RPM was round 50% fan speed, not at minimum speed. Is it improved with Fury Nitro or those are just exact the same fans with exact the same speed range control as 390 Nitro ones?
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Wooo number 1 score in Time Spy with an E3-1230v2 and an R9 Nano!

http://www.3dmark.com/spy/15903

(even though the only other score with that configuration is invalid...and also me)

I need to figure out what is going on with the drivers. Funny, my 1000 MHz core / 525 MHz HBM score is higher than my 1049 MHz core / 500 MHz HBM score.

http://www.3dmark.com/spy/23336
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I need to figure out what is going on with the drivers. Funny, my 1000 MHz core / 525 MHz HBM score is higher than my 1049 MHz core / 500 MHz HBM score.

http://www.3dmark.com/spy/23336

Yeah i wonder how prevalent the negative scaling is with upping voltage still.

On a side note my best run yet with 100+mv even
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My best single gpu score so far

dagget3450--- 5960x@4.6 -- 1x furyx 1200/560 -- score 6125

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/13335532?
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Originally Posted by mypickaxe View Post

I need to figure out what is going on with the drivers. Funny, my 1000 MHz core / 525 MHz HBM score is higher than my 1049 MHz core / 500 MHz HBM score.

http://www.3dmark.com/spy/23336

Yeah i wonder how prevalent the negative scaling is with upping voltage still.

On a side note my best run yet with 100+mv even
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My best single gpu score so far

dagget3450--- 5960x@4.6 -- 1x furyx 1200/560 -- score 6125

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/13335532?

Cool score. Much higher than I have achieved on my 6600K. But my SLI 1070s...I have the top score so far for any 1070. It won't last for long, though. The 6950X in second place isn't overclocked from what I can tell. http://www.3dmark.com/spy/73718

Without further testing, I can't speak to whether or not negative scaling has anything to do with it. Rather, it is just as, if not more likely, the memory bandwidth bump is more beneficial than clock speed. But that's just a guess. You could be right.

I haven't touched voltage on my R9 Nano. Also, it seems to be a really good sample...I haven't had any throttling on the card in my Define Nano S. I'm thinking it may be a good candidate for water cooling. Its ASIC score is 59%.
Edited by mypickaxe - 7/16/16 at 9:51pm
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So from the bit of testing I did, negative scaling doesn't seem to impact my Fury in this Dx12 bench versus firestrike.

Nonetheless my best score so far http://www.3dmark.com/spy/73642

Graphics score of 5,441
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Cool score. Much higher than I have achieved on my 6600K. But my SLI 1070s...I have the top score so far for any 1070. It won't last for long, though. The 6950X in second place isn't overclocked from what I can tell. http://www.3dmark.com/spy/73718

Without further testing, I can't speak to whether or not negative scaling has anything to do with it. Rather, it is just as, if not more likely, the memory bandwidth bump is more beneficial than clock speed. But that's just a guess. You could be right.

I haven't touched voltage on my R9 Nano. Also, it seems to be a really good sample...I haven't had any throttling on the card in my Define Nano S. I'm thinking it may be a good candidate for water cooling. Its ASIC score is 59%.

I don't know about this benchmark.. it seems to be under using my fiji's.. At any rate i dont think there is much negative scaling on voltage in this either. However it feels like the gpus are not really at the full potential either. Even overclocking seems flat to me.

my best 2 way so far....
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dagget3450 --- 2 way FuryX 1200/540 -- 5960x@4.6 --- score 10851

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/13341053?


however compare to stock run it seems lackluster.



Maybe new drivers or tweaks can be done by AMD i dunno...i think i am going to compare wattage usage with something like firestrike extreme...

I think i just barely passed the 1070sli score you posted. it mostly looks like cpu though. hence why i think gpus are under performing in this bench.

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So from the bit of testing I did, negative scaling doesn't seem to impact my Fury in this Dx12 bench versus firestrike.

Nonetheless my best score so far http://www.3dmark.com/spy/73642

Graphics score of 5,441

I think i may be able to concur with that as well, i see gains even with 96mv+ even if they are very small.
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I don't know about this benchmark.. it seems to be under using my fiji's.. At any rate i dont think there is much negative scaling on voltage in this either. However it feels like the gpus are not really at the full potential either. Even overclocking seems flat to me.

My system usually pulls near 400W while gaming with any game and unlocked framerates. This benchmark only uses around 300W. My i7 2600k isn't going to use 100W by itself in the likes of BF4, even it at 4.5Ghz (with no added voltage).

It definitely feels like the benchmark is not stressing the hardware at all.

EDIT:

GPU-Z shows full clocks nice and steady, 100% GPU usage, but lower than usual temps (only 65C after the full benchmark at 900Mhz, rather than 72C for BF4 for the same-ish amount of time).

CPU usage is 45~50%, same as with with BF4, but overall power usage is 80W lower. The card itself is only pulling 170W during Time Spy (or whatever it's called), but closer to 250W in every other gaming or bench-marking scenario.
Edited by looncraz - 7/17/16 at 5:32am
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So from the bit of testing I did, negative scaling doesn't seem to impact my Fury in this Dx12 bench versus firestrike.

Nonetheless my best score so far http://www.3dmark.com/spy/73642

Graphics score of 5,441

Sorry dude, negative scaling all the way. Below is mine. 1150/550Mhz did 5493 points.

http://www.3dmark.com/spy/13079
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