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are you sure?


290x uber 66Fps Fury x 85Fps
I ran the benchmark right after i saw this thread. Yes im sure.
Edit: I was referring to max framerate not average.
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post #42 of 195
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Notice that stock for stock it is but he only managed 1240Mhz on the core while the 980Ti can push all the way to 1500Mhz, both cards starts in the low 1000 to 1100's.

980TI boosts, so the real change is probably about the same (20%~).

http://www.anandtech.com/show/9306/the-nvidia-geforce-gtx-980-ti-review/17
Anand almost hit 1500, but the stock boost was already at 1200mhz, so it's pretty high to begin with.
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I'll be home in 3 and a half hours. 15.2 drivers without the 300 series driver improvements. Should be similar to 15.6.

Edit: You don't have tessellation settings being applied through CCC do you?

All default, so AMD optimized. I'm curious to see your scores when you get a chance. It doesn't really matter since we have game benchmarks and we'll have full reviews tomorrow, but I would like to know what's going on. It's not like Fury performance is much of a mystery at this point, even AMD benchmarks show it fairly even with a 980 Ti. Overclocking potential will be the key, that and how the non-X ends up.
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980TI boosts, so the real change is probably about the same (20%~).

http://www.anandtech.com/show/9306/the-nvidia-geforce-gtx-980-ti-review/17
Anand almost hit 1500, but the stock boost was already at 1200mhz, so it's pretty high to begin with.

Does it matter. a Fury X cannot hit 1500mhz. I think it will be lucky to hit 1300
post #45 of 195
The core OC is actually 1120MHz. It is shown in both the main window of AB and in GPU-Z. AB monitoring is most likely showing the max from when he tried to hit 980Ti G1 clocks (which the thread prescribes), but which turned out to be unstable.
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That's true...

I can 1455 Mhz without any voltage bumps on all three of my 980 Ti's.

Isn't that voltage being regulated through bios and boost drivers anyway?

Yes the voltage is regulated in the bios and sure there's a moderate bios level voltage bump up to the specified stock voltage bump. You can crank another 80 some mV on top of that and that's what I was referring to.
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What's the hole/port above the "RADEON" text?

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What's the hole/port above the "RADEON" text?


bios switch most likely for people like us devil.gif
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Does it matter. a Fury X cannot hit 1500mhz. I think it will be lucky to hit 1300

 

Except its not a 1 to 1 comparison. 980Ti @ 1500mhz !=  Fury X @ 1500mhz

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What's the hole/port above the "RADEON" text?


Micro-USB port
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