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Sigh, for an originally 500+ dollar card with 3 DP I feel like they should have included one. I only have a miniDP to DP cable.

DP would be more sensible, but Sapphire is still looking very good compared to some manufacturers, you know, there are FreeSync monitors existing that come without DP cable included, even though they require one to utilize FreeSync, so...
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DP would be more sensible, but Sapphire is still looking very good compared to some manufacturers, you know, there are FreeSync monitors existing that come without DP cable included, so biggrin.gif

I know, I bought one...
post #9393 of 11582
BenQ XL2730Z did not contain any DP cable.
I have been using Accell brand without problems so far though. Avoid cablematters ones imo.
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Well got my Sapphire Fury last night, man is this thing a brick. First this I thought when I picked it up was "I could drop this and it would probably be okay." I didn't don't worry.. GPU manufacturing quality has definitely improved since the 7000 era.

Some quick benches before I swapped, didn't really have any games install with benchmarks and didn't want to do the fraps method so I just ran Heaven and Firestrike





Like a GLOVE:

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Excuse me if someone has asked this before but I'm running into a problem for several days now and I can't seem to find anything on it.

So the FuryX I've owned since last year is the first AMD card I actually got to take a closer look at as the card I had before that was a GTX 680 from a prebuild PC that got me introduced to PC gaming.
The FuryX is the first card I ever attempted overclocking and by using a custom BIOS for a couple months now, I got it up to some very nice clocks with considerable fps gains across all of my games.
The entire system runs on a 580W be quiet! Straight Power E9 and there are two screens hooked up to the card, both of which are 1080p.

When reaching clocks above 1170mhz the card sometimes seems to completely shut off, turning off both of my monitors which then only show "no signal" and the fan spins down as well. I've only ever seen the card crash to the desktop once due to it being overclocked too high a couple times. Is the "shutdown" of the card normal or is my PSU just too small for the overclocked card?
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Excuse me if someone has asked this before but I'm running into a problem for several days now and I can't seem to find anything on it.

So the FuryX I've owned since last year is the first AMD card I actually got to take a closer look at as the card I had before that was a GTX 680 from a prebuild PC that got me introduced to PC gaming.
The FuryX is the first card I ever attempted overclocking and by using a custom BIOS for a couple months now, I got it up to some very nice clocks with considerable fps gains across all of my games.
The entire system runs on a 580W be quiet! Straight Power E9 and there are two screens hooked up to the card, both of which are 1080p.

When reaching clocks above 1170mhz the card sometimes seems to completely shut off, turning off both of my monitors which then only show "no signal" and the fan spins down as well. I've only ever seen the card crash to the desktop once due to it being overclocked too high a couple times. Is the "shutdown" of the card normal or is my PSU just too small for the overclocked card?

I could be at the end of good power delivery, but 1170 is pretty strong for a Fury X too. I'd settle for 1100-50 and if it doesn't error then call it good. But that's just me.
Edited by iRUSH - 8/6/16 at 5:41pm
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Originally Posted by Rossky View Post

Excuse me if someone has asked this before but I'm running into a problem for several days now and I can't seem to find anything on it.

So the FuryX I've owned since last year is the first AMD card I actually got to take a closer look at as the card I had before that was a GTX 680 from a prebuild PC that got me introduced to PC gaming.
The FuryX is the first card I ever attempted overclocking and by using a custom BIOS for a couple months now, I got it up to some very nice clocks with considerable fps gains across all of my games.
The entire system runs on a 580W be quiet! Straight Power E9 and there are two screens hooked up to the card, both of which are 1080p.

When reaching clocks above 1170mhz the card sometimes seems to completely shut off, turning off both of my monitors which then only show "no signal" and the fan spins down as well. I've only ever seen the card crash to the desktop once due to it being overclocked too high a couple times. Is the "shutdown" of the card normal or is my PSU just too small for the overclocked card?
Fury X wasn't really designed to be overclocked much, if you have the standard Vbios it came with. I'd suggest reverting it.
HBM Memory isn't very overclockable as it is right now, one of the drawbacks of new technology.

Also what Utility are you using to OC your Fury X? I use Sapphire TRIXX.
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Fury X wasn't really designed to be overclocked much, if you have the standard Vbios it came with. I'd suggest reverting it.
HBM Memory isn't very overclockable as it is right now, one of the drawbacks of new technology.

Also what Utility are you using to OC your Fury X? I use Sapphire TRIXX.

I'm using Afterburner.

The problem has occured without the custom BIOS, too. The new BIOS just allowed me to push it a bit further before it happened.
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I'm using Afterburner.

The problem has occured without the custom BIOS, too. The new BIOS just allowed me to push it a bit further before it happened.

What if set to stock with the power slider maxed? Still does it?
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What if set to stock with the power slider maxed? Still does it?

No. Only at rather high clocks. It has crashed to the desktop a handful of times but that's happened extremely rarely.
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