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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.
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.

Same here man as my system is absolutely inaudible aside from the resonance. I got lucky and my Fury X only manages to lightly whine at high fps low load scenarios so far. I have had cards that were far worse and it tends to be something with newer gens of GPUs. My 6970 reference never had it. My 480 never had it but that card was a piece of junk in other regards. My 8800 GTX never had it(still my favorite GPU maybe because it was my first build). I have however had a 7970 Lightning, 780, 780Ti that all exhibited coil whine and I tried multiple PSUs, UPSs, outlets and even different physical locations to weed out dirty power. I am guessing something about the architecture or common design method used on newer GPUs (and this is mere conjecture) are causing this as there have always been complaints of coil whine however it seems to me more a problem these days than in the past. My p67 was whisper quiet which was running the 6970 (sometimes north of 90C) with the voltage maxed to its limit and an aggressive OC and it never once whined....thing never even crashed amazingly enough and that card def required some power too. Maybe all this low power draw crap is leading to easier to hear resonance than previous cards. Resonance is always there it is just a matter of if your ears pick it up or not. I wonder what this sound does to pets since it is abrasive to our weak human ears.
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For the XFX Fury X on Jet. I posted this somewhere else and just pasted it here "I got really lucky with this... With a new Jet account make your order with shop10, cancel it and it won't let you use it anymore, call Jet and they will credit you the $39.xx that it takes off. Then you can use ELECTRONICSBASH and add a $7 USB cable and get an extra 20% off. Total price is $319.59!"
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For the XFX Fury X on Jet. I posted this somewhere else and just pasted it here "I got really lucky with this... With a new Jet account make your order with shop10, cancel it and it won't let you use it anymore, call Jet and they will credit you the $39.xx that it takes off. Then you can use ELECTRONICSBASH and add a $7 USB cable and get an extra 20% off. Total price is $319.59!"

That is a steal especially since XFX offers the best warranty and allow modifications. thumb.gif
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Yeah, but its not stable with so little mV in Games (im playing Games 4-10h+ Daily)
So -96mV is no go im sure (Test this in some UbiSoft Game eg. AC:U or AC:S ;-)

Most stable is -48mV and -17%POW (on my from 1.218v is Max V set in my Custom BIOS)

Im also using 300W BIOS (but is edited to 260tW)
For normal gaming 1090/550 1.218v -5%POW is possible and around ~250-270tW

Now for Heavy games im using my 1050/550 Profile and its OK ~230-2460tW also Cool&Quiet
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Hi. does the custom bios fix the negative voltage scaling on the Fury X when raising core voltage in msi afterburner to causing lost in performance ?.
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Woohoo, thanks guys. The posts in this thread helped me achieve a solid clockspeed, finally. I had posted this earlier: http://www.overclock.net/t/1607504/sapphire-fury-nitro-downclocks-after-crossing-60-degrees-c, but couldn't find a solution anywhere. Finally tried UNDERvolting the card to -24mV and -8% power, as recommended in an earlier post. Now the clock stays rock solid at 1050 / 550 throughout gameplay on my Fury Nitro. I did try bumping the clock to 1075 with -30mV earlier, but after about 15 mins the card crashed and forced a reboot.

Is it recommended to just leave the power undervolted and use the card as a good 1050/550 card?
post #9337 of 11505
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Woohoo, thanks guys. The posts in this thread helped me achieve a solid clockspeed, finally. I had posted this earlier: http://www.overclock.net/t/1607504/sapphire-fury-nitro-downclocks-after-crossing-60-degrees-c, but couldn't find a solution anywhere. Finally tried UNDERvolting the card to -24mV and -8% power, as recommended in an earlier post. Now the clock stays rock solid at 1050 / 550 throughout gameplay on my Fury Nitro. I did try bumping the clock to 1075 with -30mV earlier, but after about 15 mins the card crashed and forced a reboot.

Is it recommended to just leave the power undervolted and use the card as a good 1050/550 card?

Interesting. Downclocking is the last thing I saw on Fury, actually I never saw it. There were a lot of frequency drops on 390 Nitro, but for Fury its perfectly constant, at least after disabling Power Efficiency option is Radeon Settings.

I don't quite understand your question, but just keep the card where it is stable and working well for you.
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Interesting. Downclocking is the last thing I saw on Fury, actually I never saw it. There were a lot of frequency drops on 390 Nitro, but for Fury its perfectly constant, at least after disabling Power Efficiency option is Radeon Settings.

I don't quite understand your question, but just keep the card where it is stable and working well for you.

Yeah, that's the part I didn't quite understand as well, as I never saw others complain about it that much. Basically, what happens is this: at stock voltages and above, as soon as the card crosses about 62 degrees C, it starts to downclock itself (sometimes by up to 300MHz). I definitely have power efficiency and ULPS turned off, so no idea what was causing it. There's a chance that this card's VRMs somehow can't handle the higher voltages and cause the downclock on their own.
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MSI RX 480 Gaming X review is out on TechPowerUp.

There are really almost no power efficiency improvements over Fury lineup. Hopefully they improve for Vega, just imagine AMD cards competing with 1080 and 1080Ti with current perf/watt of Polaris, while RX 480 consumes the same amount of power as 1080 and is almost 2 times slower. I am not really concerned about power draw in general until it is reasonable, but about the heat that comes with it.
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MSI RX 480 Gaming X review is out on TechPowerUp.

There are really almost no power efficiency improvements over Fury lineup. Hopefully they improve for Vega, just imagine AMD cards competing with 1080 and 1080Ti with current perf/watt of Polaris, while RX 480 consumes the same amount of power as 1080 and is almost 2 times slower. I am not really concerned about power draw in general until it is reasonable, but about the heat that comes with it.
Yeah, as an owner of 2 Fiji cards, I am more than underwhelmed with Polaris. Sure it's a great price point and many people upgrading from ancient hardware should be very happy, but look at the vacuum it created in the market. Intel and Nvidia are on a rampage right now with price hikes (Founder's edition, Titan X, HB Bridge, 6950X). I really, really hope AMD can make a triumphant return with Vega and Zen. I would be down for an all-AMD rig in the future biggrin.gif
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