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Originally Posted by xTesla1856 View Post

They could have run out of samples that do 1050 reliably lol

Actually 1000 and 1050 MHZ from what I see??

http://www.sapphiretech.com/catapage_pd.asp?cataid=284&lang=eng



Where was the listing for 1020 and 1050?

Edit:

Never mind found it.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814202187
Edited by bluezone - 8/3/16 at 10:43pm
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I recently bought a "1020" MHz Fury that was on sale for $300 on Newegg. I will be receiving the card today and am interested to see if the card is indeed clocked at 1020 MHz. I also plan on undervolting as well as checking for unlocking the additional CUs on the card so I'll provide some results when I get the chance (even though I understand that the newer Furys are more than likely hardware locked but it doesn't hurt to try smile.gif)

Edit: On Sapphire's website, the specs tab shows two different versions of the Fury. One clocked at 1050 and the other clocked at 1020:

Sapphire Fury Website
Edited by JDags - 8/4/16 at 7:06am
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Originally Posted by JDags View Post

I recently bought a "1020" MHz Fury that was on sale for $300 on Newegg. I will be receiving the card today and am interested to see if the card is indeed clocked at 1020 MHz. I also plan on undervolting as well as checking for unlocking the additional CUs on the card so I'll provide some results when I get the chance (even though I understand that the newer Furys are more than likely hardware locked but it doesn't hurt to try smile.gif)

Edit: On Sapphire's website, the specs tab shows two different versions of the Fury. One clocked at 1050 and the other clocked at 1020:

Sapphire Fury Website

You will definitely be happy with the card, I know I am with my 1050 Mhz version. biggrin.gif Lucky you though, you timed it just right well I bought mine for $349 just too days before. tongue.gif I know that my card will not unlock, I already checked it out. I have done no overclocking or undervolting yet since I have not had any time to play around with it since I installed it on Tuesday.

The card does not look heavy in the picture but, it definitely feels heavy once you get it out of the box. Excellent card though and looks great on my Samsung 4k 28 inch monitor.
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Originally Posted by ManofGod1000 View Post

You will definitely be happy with the card, I know I am with my 1050 Mhz version. biggrin.gif Lucky you though, you timed it just right well I bought mine for $349 just too days before. tongue.gif I know that my card will not unlock, I already checked it out. I have done no overclocking or undervolting yet since I have not had any time to play around with it since I installed it on Tuesday.

The card does not look heavy in the picture but, it definitely feels heavy once you get it out of the box. Excellent card though and looks great on my Samsung 4k 28 inch monitor.

Awesome! Ya, I was running two monitors (one at 1080 and the other at 1050) but I know the Fury is more meant for 1440p and 4k so I also pulled the trigger on the Acer 27 in. 1440p 144hz Freesync monitor. Huge difference already as I used the monitor with my old 660 (it's bigger than the TV I have in my bedroom!). Can't wait to start tinkering with it.
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Originally Posted by xTesla1856 View Post

They could have run out of samples that do 1050 reliably lol

Im not so sure. biggrin.gif
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When I get some time, I'll try to OC my Fury 1020 to 1050 without a power increase and see if its stable. My assumption would be that it won't be stable biggrin.gif
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Jdags what's the ASIC of your nitro? I guess all decent Fiji chips are used for the firepros models now worriedsmiley.gif
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Originally Posted by costilletas View Post

Jdags what's the ASIC of your nitro? I guess all decent Fiji chips are used for the firepros models now worriedsmiley.gif

I am unfamiliar with the term ASIC. Could you explain to me what it is and how I can "figure out" what ASIC my Nitro is? Thanks!
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You can find this option in the top right corner of gpu-z. Basically it's the quality of the chip.
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ASIC or Application-specific integrated circuit.

You want slight leakage for a better overclock. A higher ASIC in fact could be worse for overclocking on air.
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