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that memory is the bottleneck?
Edited by jmcosta - 6/28/15 at 9:06pm
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Originally Posted by Leopard2lx View Post

16963 score in FireStrike... lachen.gif my 980 gets 16300....lachen.gif
Well so it started. I'm seriously questioning the reading skill of OCN members nowaday. Can you read this
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A big note here: This is about overclocking HBM on FuryX, which was touted as impossible, and the score proves its impact on the performance. It don't have any relation to the cards from the green camp

And can you look over the green google to see that 19321 graphics score? Don't try to match this if your card is on air.
Edited by blue1512 - 6/28/15 at 9:08pm
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Well it's begin. I'm seriously questioning the reading skill of OCN members nowaday. Can you read this
And can you look over the green google to see that 19321 graphics score? Don't try to match this if your card is on air.

Don't waste your time with him, this is his method.

So this is mostly overclocking HBM and a slight core oc?
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Nice, +100 on the core and +100 on the HBM should=Beast-Mode..
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Sounds like BS. An increase in bandwidth gives a huge boost? A card that already has 500+ gb/s?
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interesting so it can be over clocked ....just 1 question how on earths will any one install these if he has to do 4 way crossfire /- like how to install all those small rads .
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6 months from now the furyx dual GPU card will have been released and have several months of drivers. Pascal wont touch it. Just like the titan X loses to the 295x2 in 80% of benchmarks. Until Nvidia makes a dual GPU card they will never have the performance crown.

umm wut??????

K so with this the sad part is that AMD need to slap 2 of their GPU's on one card to be the fastest isnt something to rly brag about. 2 GTX 980's beat out the R9 295x2 in most benchmarks. If Nvidia did put either 2 titans or 2 GTX 980 ti's onto a single card the R9 295x2 would get schooled. The only reason they dont is because they dont have to as well as most single cards with 2 GPU's on them are no stranger to issues.

I just had to get rid of my 3 R9 290x video cards because the fact is that right now Nvidia does have a better bang for your buck with the top tier cards. Not only this but AMD's been having a hell of a hard time getting drivers out on time for new game releases and are only just getting better meeting Batman on time.

Am i saying the fury x is a push over? No, but I do feel that AMD should have released it at a cheaper price to get a better market share in the industry which they sorely need right now. Even if the Fury x has some future proofing that unfortunately doesn't rly mean much to the average gaming pc component consumer
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Well, from what i have read about HBM, the boost makes sounds legit. People get excited about thw high bandwidth, but what you get is a wide but low moving flow vs GDDR5 and it's small but fast flow of data, relatively speaking. It is like a river. A big wide rive that has a slow current will flow more volume of water then a narrow fast moving river. But, it takes longer for the water to cover the same distance.

HBM seems to be the same with slow clock speed being your slow current and the insane bit size of the interface being your wide river. Sure you can fit more through, but it takes longer to get there.

I know the analogy is rough, but that explaines the performance jump. It is not bandwidth that hold the card back,but throughput.
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Well, from what i have read about HBM, the boost makes sounds legit. People get excited about thw high bandwidth, but what you get is a wide but low moving flow vs GDDR5 and it's small but fast flow of data, relatively speaking. It is like a river. A big wide rive that has a slow current will flow more volume of water then a narrow fast moving river. But, it takes lonfer for the water to cover the same distance.

HBM seems to be the same with slow clock speed being your slow current and the insane bit size of the interface being your wide river. Sure you can fit more through, but it takes longer to get there.

I know the analogy is rough, but that explaines the performance jump. It is not bandwidth that hold the card back,but throughput.

headscratch.gif not quite right.. at all. Research into HBM more.
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has anyone else here tried getting the "restart trick" to work?

How do you do the "restart trick"

side note:

Leave the fanboyism out of these threads so we can play with new tech!
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