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post #9251 of 11548
I am looking for help from fury owners.
At 1080p, is the 4gb of gram limiting in any way in current AAA games?
Is there any game that uses more than 4gb at 1080p or that stutters with a fury due to vram?
I ask because with current rebates, a fury is 350. Just 30 more than a RX480 nitro and I believe the fury is a stronger card and as such a better buy.

Cheers
post #9252 of 11548
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Originally Posted by Gdourado View Post

I am looking for help from fury owners.
At 1080p, is the 4gb of gram limiting in any way in current AAA games?
Is there any game that uses more than 4gb at 1080p or that stutters with a fury due to vram?
I ask because with current rebates, a fury is 350. Just 30 more than a RX480 nitro and I believe the fury is a stronger card and as such a better buy.

Cheers
Not for me. Now in 4k yes ive seen a few games vram limited.
post #9253 of 11548
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Originally Posted by Gdourado View Post

I am looking for help from fury owners.
At 1080p, is the 4gb of gram limiting in any way in current AAA games?
Is there any game that uses more than 4gb at 1080p or that stutters with a fury due to vram?
I ask because with current rebates, a fury is 350. Just 30 more than a RX480 nitro and I believe the fury is a stronger card and as such a better buy.

Cheers

Fury is like 20% more powerful than 480 and Fury custom versions are actually available, so I'd say go for Fury for 350, I did the same . I don't think that 4GB is limiting factor. Even if there are games that can eat more than 4GB, this is because they have some Hyper textures, 4K textures or whatever, that take 3 times more VRam and gives no improvement. I remember only few games that ate more than 4 GB, this was Shadow of Mordor (from my experience won't stutter because of VRAM, it just always takes all you have), latest Mirrors Edge (Hyper textures, no gain is visual quality - useless), Rise of the Gimp Rider (same, Very High 4K textures - no gain in visuals), Assassins Creed Syndicate (VRAM usage concludes how bad this game is). Most of games are not using that much, for example for Witcher 3 tops at 3011 MB in 3440x1440 res, normally staying around 2 GB. There is no need for 4GB+ VRAM consumption, well optimized game won't use that much. Look at Witcher 3 and its 1-2 GB VRAM usage at 1080p and tell what is the justification for 3 times higher VRAM usage at the same res?
Edited by Krzych04650 - 7/26/16 at 8:12am
post #9254 of 11548
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Just tried a bit of downvolting on Fury Nitro. I never did anything like that before, so I don't have any reference, but results seem to be amazing. I was able to set voltage all the way down to -96mV in Afterburner and saw only 0-3% performance decrease, so basically withing margin of air. I was able to get through all benchmarks few times (Valley, Fire Strike, Time Spy) and some of my own testing (for example Witcher 3 Swamp, Novigrad and etc) and there is just nothing more than margin of air in those results compared to stock voltage. Clock rate registered in Afterburner is super flat without a single drop. Temperatures are down to 62C compared to 71C on stock and 77C after OC (1120 MHz +12mV +50% power target). Power consumption is down to 308W compared to 360W on stock and 395W after OC. With this kind of voltage this card is way more efficient than RX 480 biggrin.gif Coil whine is also reduced quite a bit, but sill annoying. VRM temps are also reduced by good 10C. I need to try overclocking with lower voltage now.

MY Tri-X OC aka XFX Fury TD also is at 1060MHZ with -48mv voltage. 1090 and -18 are also an option. WIth my custom fan curve temps never go much over 60 with about 40% which is very quiet. Very nice card. Amd just puts way too much voltage in these cards at stock.
Edited by Performer81 - 7/26/16 at 8:29am
post #9255 of 11548
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Originally Posted by Barca130 View Post

What's the average fps increase you get in games with the 1170 overclock ?

around 10-12 % or so. have done most testing in 3dmark with Time Spy and Firestrike. And then Doom to test for stability smile.gif
Edited by lestatdk - 7/26/16 at 9:25am
post #9256 of 11548
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Originally Posted by Krzych04650 View Post

Just tried a bit of downvolting on Fury Nitro. I never did anything like that before, so I don't have any reference, but results seem to be amazing. I was able to set voltage all the way down to -96mV in Afterburner and saw only 0-3% performance decrease, so basically withing margin of air. I was able to get through all benchmarks few times (Valley, Fire Strike, Time Spy) and some of my own testing (for example Witcher 3 Swamp, Novigrad and etc) and there is just nothing more than margin of air in those results compared to stock voltage. Clock rate registered in Afterburner is super flat without a single drop. Temperatures are down to 62C compared to 71C on stock and 77C after OC (1120 MHz +12mV +50% power target). Power consumption is down to 308W compared to 360W on stock and 395W after OC. With this kind of voltage this card is way more efficient than RX 480 biggrin.gif Coil whine is also reduced quite a bit, but sill annoying. VRM temps are also reduced by good 10C. I need to try overclocking with lower voltage now.

OK, I need to try this out. smile.gif
post #9257 of 11548
Anyone knows any free endless load bechmark like Valley? Valley works okay for me if benchmarking, but if I want to leave it for hour or so and check stability it stops working after 1x minutes even on stock or downclock, so this is not GPU issue. I can run 10 benchmarks in a row and it won't stop working, but if leave it on standard endless mode then it stops to work.
post #9258 of 11548
My Nitro Furies do 1070mhz at -72Volts. Power draw dropped from about 700 watts to about 480. biggrin.gif
post #9259 of 11548
Has anyone tried repasting these cards? Is it as straight forward as the Titans I had before? Or should I pay attention to the HBM?
post #9260 of 11548
Hey guys...any way to get the 75c thermal throttling unlocked?
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