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post #9261 of 11535
Ok I found other benchmark to replace Valley, Furmark. This is one crazy stress test, it makes GPU draw 150W more and make it over 10C hotter than Valley or demanding games.
post #9262 of 11535
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Originally Posted by Krzych04650 View Post

Ok I found other benchmark to replace Valley, Furmark. This is one crazy stress test, it makes GPU draw 150W more and make it over 10C hotter than Valley or demanding games.

Please don't use Furmark, it is very outdated and can damage cards from pulling too much power.
post #9263 of 11535
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Hey guys...any way to get the 75c thermal throttling unlocked?
You could flash a different BIOS on your card. Sapphire's OC Bios allows for a 80 degree temp target.
post #9264 of 11535
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My Nitro Furies do 1070mhz at -72Volts. Power draw dropped from about 700 watts to about 480. biggrin.gif

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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?

The interposer is what you have to be careful about. The traces are exposed and don't use sharp or hard objects. I didn't even clean the interposer all that well myself.
Also be carful tightening the tension plate, on the back, that holds the cooler on. Tighten it evenly or there is a possibility of cracking the interposer. It has happened. mad.gif
post #9265 of 11535
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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

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post #9266 of 11535
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Please don't use Furmark, it is very outdated and can damage cards from pulling too much power.

Hm, I didn't know about that. But it indeed wasn't updated since 5 years ago. It reads my card as Fury X instead of just Fury. What other benchmark would you recommend for 1 hour stress test except Valley and Heaven? OCCT?

Anyways, my Fury passed 1 hour Furmark GPU stress test at -90 mV voltage on stock 1050/500 clocks.



Crazy bechmark, I had to set fan speed to 50% to keep 71C while in Valley I needed 35% for 62 C. Power draw 300 on Valley vs 400 on Furmark.
Edited by Krzych04650 - 7/26/16 at 1:09pm
post #9267 of 11535
Furmark is useless. Its a max. heat test but no good stability test.
post #9268 of 11535
I've found overwatch to be a very good stability test, my fury stays at 100% and ~~3k memory while in game. So far if it doesn't crash while playing OW, it won't crash anywhere else. tongue.gif
post #9269 of 11535
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I've found overwatch to be a very good stability test, my fury stays at 100% and ~~3k memory while in game. So far if it doesn't crash while playing OW, it won't crash anywhere else. tongue.gif

It's also great to compare color quality for monitor and to ghetto calibrate if you dont have a Spyder etc. and it is a damn fun game too.
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7 6700k MSI Z170A XPower Gaming Titanium  Radeon R9 Fury X  16GB (8x2GB) Corsair Vengeance DDR4 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
500GB Samsung 850 EVO 1TB WD Black Some external ASUS garbage Custom EK PETG with Bitspower Fittings 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Win10 Pro 64 bit BenQ XL2730Z 2560 x 1440 @ 144hz Logitech G710+ Blue EVGA SuperNOVA P2 750 Watt 
CaseMouseAudioOther
NZXT 440 (White) Logitech g502 Bose Companion 2 Series III Satellite Speakers Xbox One Elite Controller 
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post #9270 of 11535
I was basically playing with voltage half day today and run through multiple benchmarks and manual testing in games so I think I can post final results.

Power target is +50% for everything just in case
Fan speed is fixed to 35% (1280 RPM) for all temperature tests

Maximum OC I was able to get is 1120/500 with +18 mV. It won't go any higher even if much more voltage added.
However this OC doesn't make much sense because I was able to get 1100/500 stable at -48mV. There was some quite rare random crashing at -60, but works well at -48mV.
Power draw for entire setup dropped from 385W to 331W, core temperature from 77C to 66C and VRM temperature from 85C to 69C.

At stock 1050/500 I was able to decrease the voltage by -90mV. Got through many games and benchmarks and never crashed.
Power draw decreased from 360W to 309W, core temperature from 71C to 61C and VRM temperature from 79C to 64C.

As for performance, differences in stock results for standard vs overvolted are withing margin of air, and overclocked results shows some decrease because of 1120 vs 1100 core clock, so around 1-2% decrease in performance. Nowhere near to be worth additional 55W power draw and 11C temperature increasement, obviously.

So compared to 390 Nitro I had and returned because of crazy coil whine, if comparing OC vs OC, Fury is 24% more powerful while consuming 32% less power. But this will vary from unit to unit, my 390 needed +90mV overvolt to be able to overclock at all by 50 Mhz, and at the same time Fury is stable at -48mV on the same +50 MHz overclock, so this may be completely random.

Overall I am satisfied with the purchase, if only not this stupid coil whine this card will be almost perfect, almost because it still could overclock better after all. But the cooler is amazing, card is taking very significant downvolting very well, so except for this freaking whining that always breaks my silent PC attempts, I am pleased. Now I only need to get refund for my monitor and get a bit more reasonable one and I will be ready to play smile.gif
Edited by Krzych04650 - 7/26/16 at 6:09pm
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