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Witcher 3 has 3000-4000 FPS in menu. Watch your CPU temp though.
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If that doesnt kill it off after a few tries max

What do you mean by that ? Few tries ? In hours i think maybe 12, or is it too much ?
Edited by LionS7 - 7/30/16 at 8:00am
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*Sigh* I spend 3 weeks on and off looking at the Newegg site to see if the Sapphire R9 Fury will be $299.99 again. Then, 2 days ago, I see the +SR version for $349 on the Newegg ebay store so I purchase it. Of course, today, I receive a Newegg email showing the regular SR at $299.99 so I figured I would purchase it and have them take back the other one before I receive it.

Now, well I am on the phone with Newegg, the card sells out. frown.gif Sheez, I cannot seem to win. wink.gif Oh well, I am still looking forward to the card I bought but, I cannot believe my bad timing.
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What do you mean by that ? Few tries ? In hours i think maybe 12, or is it too much ?

A few 8 to 12 hour periods (bedtime is good unless you sleep in the same room as the system). Watch temps but whatever you are at after about an hour is pretty much the thermal plateau. After that you can leave it for days if need be. Coil whine(actually resonance) is not damaging just annoying.
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You know what? Screw coil whine, I will move my PC to the attic and pass all needed cables through ceiling to my room.. I will just need to watch out for dust and monitor ambient temperature, if it doesn't go below 0C, because going back to + can cause some dampness, right? My cooling is good enough to sustain 35C+ ambient temps that can be sometimes apparent there after few very hot days. Anything else to watch for except getting good quality DP cable (I need 3m)?
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You know what? Screw coil whine, I will move my PC to the attic and pass all needed cables through ceiling to my room.. I will just need to watch out for dust and monitor ambient temperature, if it doesn't go below 0C, because going back to + can cause some dampness, right? My cooling is good enough to sustain 35C+ ambient temps that can be sometimes apparent there after few very hot days. Anything else to watch for except getting good quality DP cable (I need 3m)?

Is it nonstop or something? I tend to only get it in a game with v and free sync off and only in super high fps low load scenarios(menus and splash screens mostly). I use a 3m cable for my setup so I don't know how that would reach through to another room above yours. If it is nonstop however I would RMA the card as that isn't normal for a Fury X or at least not most. (or any GPU for that matter)
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Is it nonstop or something? I tend to only get it in a game with v and free sync off and only in super high fps low load scenarios(menus and splash screens mostly). I use a 3m cable for my setup so I don't know how that would reach through to another room above yours. If it is nonstop however I would RMA the card as that isn't normal for a Fury X or at least not most. (or any GPU for that matter)

Not nonstop, but under any sensible gaming load no matter how much FPS. Intensity of course vary for different FPS, voltages and loads (for example no coil whine in Furmark but quite big one in games like Witcher 3 that can stress the card). It is not intensive for average human, I tried that with my brother, sister and father, all of them hear it only if they look for it and they have to be very close to PC (that is under my desk), but I am not average and all of my entire body was specifically created to annoy me all the time, by I suppose mother nature depending on what you believe in,, and I hear this whine much more and it drives me crazy and breaks gaming experience, especially if I play on speakers because I cannot wear any headphones because I feel very uncomfortable with them (tried quite a few considered as comfortable by many).

There is nothing unusual with the card itself, out of 6 GPUs I tried only one had acceptable amount of coil whine for me and it started to whine like crazy after few months anyway. It will just never end, I have built the quietest air cooled PC possible within very sensible budget and it cools itself very well also, but there will always be something to break whole concept, now its coil whine, and if not coil whine then some other unmanageable and not fixable issue will appear.

I will just move my PC away from me to other room and have eternal peace biggrin.gif It will cost a bit for all of those extensions for USB and fan controller, plus good certified 3m DP cable cost quite much, but still less than heahphones I would have to buy now, and they will only create another problems with comfort and sound quality, while I love my current setup with speakers and comfort doesn't play a role here since nothing is pressing on my head biggrin.gif

Also what is the problem with 3m DP? There is like 1,75 meters from monitor connection for the ceiling, then the worse case scenario is 50cm through the ceiling (most likely much less, its from first floor to attic, so there is wooden ceiling, not concrete like from ground to 1st floor) and then connection to GPU is like 10cm from the attic floor. I will have 50cm+ cable left, maybe to put case on something so it does't stay on the fooler
Edited by Krzych04650 - 7/30/16 at 5:42pm
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Why don't you rma your vga? It sucks when you get a crybaby pedal as a gpu lol
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That is why it is called resonance technically and coil whine is a buzzword(pun intended). Some people are sensitive to it and others may not hear a thing. I am probably somewhere between you and the average person.
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Why don't you rma your vga? It sucks when you get a crybaby pedal as a gpu lol

I am not going to RMA because of the issue that is present on every card I saw in my life and get rid of my GPU for 30+ days for RMA process just to get another one for exchange with exactly the same issue and probably few others as I would most likely get some refurbished faulty crap returned by someone before. Card is working properly and coil whine will always be there if your hearing is sensitive to such sounds.
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That is why it is called resonance technically and coil whine is a buzzword(pun intended). Some people are sensitive to it and others may not hear a thing. I am probably somewhere between you and the average person.

This is what I see from experience also, and it turns out that most of people doesn't hear it or only when really trying. Another thing that makes reviews less useful. But I can understand differences in hearing, this is normal thing.

Anyways, coil whine and noise levels in general are the biggest pain in the ass I ever experienced with PC gaming and I am going to solve this problem once and for all. Question is why now? Why not few years ago? My attic is there waiting since forever.
Edited by Krzych04650 - 7/30/16 at 6:17pm
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