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post #1131 of 1392
Got a pair of Sapphire Fury Nitro and none of them can be unlocked

Maybe better chance to go with Fury Tri-X ? Since it seems to be based on a reference PCB
post #1132 of 1392
Bought a used Fury X Nitro and all 8 CUs unlocked successfully! I must be the luckiest guy on earth, considering almost every Nitro appears to be locked!
post #1133 of 1392
Many TriX cards are able to be unlocked, it's seems to be rare for Nitro.
post #1134 of 1392
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Originally Posted by costilletas View Post

Sapphire R9 Fury Nitro
Q_Q_Q_Q_Q_Q_Q_Q_Q_Q_Q_Q_Q_Q_Q_Q_Q_Q_Q_Q no luck.

You bought it on pccomponentes.com?

As far as I have see on this thread ,seems that fury nitro oc of sapphire are locked by HW and none of them can be unlocked.
post #1135 of 1392
Yes I did, I was about to return it but then they suddenly turned wine into water and the fury into a 400€ card.
post #1136 of 1392
Quote:
Originally Posted by costilletas View Post

Yes I did, I was about to return it but then they suddenly turned wine into water and the fury into a 400€ card.

You can undervolt to -96mv, I'm testing now vcore 1.13v (undervolt -96mv) and core clock 1058mhz (5-8mhz more of stock oc).

The card now runs very cool and theorecally it is now 213w TDP that is almost as the 980ti, very nice.

Just follow this tutorial:

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/msi-afterburner-undervolt-radeon-r9-fury,4425.html

Put -96mv on vcore and that's it.

The stock objective tº is 85º so the fan is always going at 30-35% and the gpu temp is about 73º running unigine heaven at full 100% load.

If you change the objetive tº to 70º the fan runs 35-40% and the tº drops to 68º, my room is about 27º.

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Edited by alecuba16 - 7/22/16 at 5:32am
post #1137 of 1392
I have it at -42mV, 1089 core and 560 mem clock since i installed it cba adjusting voltages. The only reason i really wanted to buy this gpu was the small chance of getting a fully unlocked fury. It's not that i am disappointed, it's just that the 1060 performs the same at 1080 for the same price while drawing half the amount of power this monster needs.
post #1138 of 1392
Quote:
Originally Posted by costilletas View Post

I have it at -42mV, 1089 core and 560 mem clock since i installed it cba adjusting voltages. The only reason i really wanted to buy this gpu was the small chance of getting a fully unlocked fury. It's not that i am disappointed, it's just that the 1060 performs the same at 1080 for the same price while drawing half the amount of power this monster needs.


I have compared my model with a friend that has 1060, and I have found that in some games like hitman ,gta ,WOT , my fury outperforms his 1060..... maybe you are thinking about the 1060 oc models, that are more expensive than 329€.

I agree that fury even at 213w tdp drains more than 1060, but I own a GTX 770 oc (230-240w tdp) and hd7970 oc (almost 280w tdp) and I think that this one is pretty good at 213w tdp.
Edited by alecuba16 - 7/22/16 at 7:09am
post #1139 of 1392
post #1140 of 1392

This one is worse than r9 fury nitro because isn't the overclocked version, plus think that you wouldn't have much room for overclock because the heatsink is not good for overclocking....thumb.gif

The 1060 has to be overclocked in order to take the same performance as r9 fury nitro, or atleast as a solid as 980...

You should look for this one atleast for this one:

http://www.pccomponentes.com/msi_gtx_1060_gaming_x_6gb_gddr5.html

If you want to have a performance like r9 fury nitro , you may have to made some additional o/c to be better definitively in all benchmarks to fury nitro.

1070 is better than r9 fury nitro, without doubt, but costs about 500€ that is about 200€ plus over the r9 fury nitro (329€).
Edited by alecuba16 - 7/22/16 at 10:59am
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