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Cards are listed in Germany:

XFX air cooled R9 Fury listed at €569
XFX water cooled R9 Fury listed at €649

R9 Fury X in comparison cost €669 there
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Originally Posted by SpeedyVT View Post

You must be confused. DX11 it is beating by 30-40%, however in DX12(Ashes) R9 390x has a 10% advantage over the 980 ti stock. The Fury needs newer drivers or something since it's only about the same as the 390x in benchmark so far. The DX12 benchmark for Unreal 4 is about a 5% difference between it's DX11, but the R9 390X is scoring significantly higher so my belief is to throw that out until we can get it's benchmark ultimately verified and fixed.

DX12 adoption is more than likely going to happen sooner than later. It's quite a huge paradigm compared to the previous and something like this will force adoption rather quick.
Spoken like a proper AMD fanboy !
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Spoken like a proper AMD fanboy !

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