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I love mine so far too. I have VSYNC on, power efficiency on, frame pacing on, and frame rate target control set to 60 fps. In Sleeping Dogs (5760x1080) my top card only goes to 50C and bottom to 45C. Even in Witcher 3 and ROTTR my top card only hits 57C and bottom 48C. This is while maintaining a constant 60fps in all games. Moreover I have a pretty aggressive fan profile (65% fan at 55C, 100% fan at 70C) but the cards are pretty quiet. The cooler on these things is phenomenal.

Going from dual 380X I got 52fps in Valley at 5760x1080, that's up to 97.9 fps now with the Fury's and I haven't even overclocked yet. I had dual 290s last year and those got right around 60 fps in Valley Extreme at 5760x1080. So the Fury's are actually like 37 fps more in Valley. Just amazing for the $600 I spent for the pair, and still probably much more powerful than dual RX 480s. Especially considering I spent over $600 alone for one 290 Tri-X during the mining craze when they were in short supply and had JUST come out.

I had both dual 290 Tri-X and 290 Vapor-X and both ran hotter. The Vapor-X looked and performed amazing though.












Edited by neurotix - 10/8/16 at 11:54pm
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I've been using afterburner for the last few years and have been pretty happy with it. Would I be ok using that for my nitro or should I use the sapphire software (forgot the name of it) instead? My card hasn't arrived yet so I haven't been able to play around with the oc software to see firsthand which is better.
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No issue with using MSI AB vs Trixx on Nitro card, I used MSI AB with Tri-X. Each software does not have anything proprietary for Nitro, so you will be getting same "tweaking" experience. I'd say all down to what you prefer using smile.gif .
Edited by gupsterg - 10/9/16 at 7:44am
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No issue with using MSI AB vs Trixx on Nitro card, I used MSI AB with Tri-X. Each software does not have anything proprietary for Nitro, so you will be getting same "tweaking" experience. I'd say all down to what you prefer using smile.gif .

@gupsterg, what voltage your card want for 1145Mhz core ?
post #9735 of 11543
Stock VID is 1.212V. I set DPM 7 as 1.268V for 1145. You could say +56mV if I was using OS OC SW.

Since setting this OC months back in ROM, it has been stable for 1080P 120Hz gaming on the Eizo FG2421, 1440P 60Hz gaming on Dell U2515H and now Asus MG279Q 1440P with FreeSync biggrin.gif .
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Stock VID is 1.212V. I set DPM 7 as 1.268V for 1145. You could say +56mV if I was using OS OC SW.

Since setting this OC months back in ROM, it has been stable for 1080P 120Hz gaming on the Eizo FG2421, 1440P 60Hz gaming on Dell U2515H and now Asus MG279Q 1440P with FreeSync biggrin.gif .

Ok thank you. This sounds fine I think. Im on +60mV (1.258V) for now for 1125/520. VID 1.20V. The interesting thing is that even when I put 1.35V for the HBM voltage, the memory crashes on 525. So no voltage scaling for me I think for HBM. In games maybe it will stay even on 550Mhz, but I dont know if it is really stable. Im testing with Time Spy stress test, cos the load on the memory is very heavy, and there it crashes on 525.

Im just doing some statistics in my head for now, for the "silicon lottery". smile.gif
Edited by LionS7 - 10/9/16 at 10:19am
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I've been using afterburner for the last few years and have been pretty happy with it. Would I be ok using that for my nitro or should I use the sapphire software (forgot the name of it) instead? My card hasn't arrived yet so I haven't been able to play around with the oc software to see firsthand which is better.

I prefer Trixx.

If you have more than one card, Trixx can control the voltage and clocks for each card individually. You can also set separate fan profiles for each card. I have never found a way to do this with Afterburner, it seems with Afterburner you can only control both cards at once (at least, the one I have works this way, I don't know if it's different with a newer version). However, Afterburner DOES let you adjust the aux voltage, which you can't do in Trixx, but I am not sure if this even does anything with AMD cards. It's more of an Nvidia thing.

Ultimately, I have both, there's no reason you can't use both, you can even have them open at the same time with no issues afaik. (Did this with my 380s and 290s no problem, haven't tried with Fury's).
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Got my Nano back from Sapphire RMA and while my original artifact problem (3d spikes in games) seems to be solved, another has appeared.
Now I get random 'snow' flickering in and out sometimes, regardless of what I'm doing. At stock settings.

I've already DDU'd a couple of times for a variety of Crimson drivers, and I'm using AMDs latest bios.

It's worth noting that they gave me back my original card, so I'm really curious to know what they did.
I'm not sure I want to do the process again, only to get the same card back thinking.gif
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Hey R9 Radeon Fury/Nano/X/Pro DUO FIJI owners,

We are having our monthly Foldathon from Monday 17th - 19th 12noon EST.
Would you consider putting all that power to a good cause for those 2 days? If so, come sign up and fold with us - see attached link.

October Foldathon



To get started:

1.Get a passkey (allows for speed bonus) - need a valid email address
http://fah-web.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/getpasskey.py


2.Download the folding program:
http://folding.stanford.edu/


Enter your folding name (mine is the same as my OCN name)
Enter your passkey
Enter Team OCN number - 37726


later
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Hopefully to grab a second FuryX over Blackfriday, assuming there will be more price drops. Will my 5820K and 850Watt PSU be enough to handle two FuryX?
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