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I'm sure we'll get more updated numbers after the Omega driver release. I think TPU just changed some games/settings and removed stuff like Wolfenstein which was terrible with AMD.
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post #12 of 165
Maybe the R9 Fury X is a better buy over the reference 980TI but it can't touch the non reference models. Didn't know my R9 270X had so much potential, it's even on par with a 960.
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post #13 of 165
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You are aware that GTX 980Ti Lightning is an overclocked GTX 980Ti that is expensive as hell right? Thats why it is faster tongue.gif

Obviously I am aware of that. It was a joke. wink.gif
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The issue is the scaling of OC's, Furies barely OC and the OC doesn't scale well, and most 980 ti's hit 1500 core, and scale better than any card I have ever seen, the Lightning 980 ti is 8% faster in the benches you showed, and that isn't even 1500 core. ;D

I bought a non g1 windforce 980 ti and it hit 1506 core without any voltage change.
    
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980 Ti can easily be OCed to 1450MHz core, which blows the Fury X OC (lol, what OC, AMD already gave it the greatest OC in the factory) out of the water.
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Looks like AMD has done a good job tweaking their drivers.

That was always the issue with the initial round of Fury X reviews anyway - No one was on the same page as to which driver version they should be using. Some reviewers used the latest public betas, some used the drivers that shipped with the cards, and some used drivers that weren't publicly available but supplied by AMD.
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Looks like AMD has done a good job tweaking their drivers.

That was always the issue with the initial round of Fury X reviews anyway - No one was on the same page as to which driver version they should be using. Some reviewers used the latest public betas, some used the drivers that shipped with the cards, and some used drivers that weren't publicly available but supplied by AMD.
I think so too.
I really wish these benchmarks would show the frametiming so we can have the whole picture.
If AMD has made a driver that prevents stutter at 4k with with maxed detail settings due to the lack of vram, I'd be sold. smile.gif

I do wish more than anything else, that there were non reference designs. It's been mentioned that the Fury X doesn't scale well with additional clock speed. Maybe this is the reason?
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post #18 of 165
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Not sure what TPU have done, but it seems they have changed the settings in some of the games to more demanding type?

Witcher 3 1440p:
980 Ti: 55.7FPS > 41.3FPS
Fury X: 51.7FPS > 39.6FPS

https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/AMD/R9_Fury_X/24.html
http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_980_Ti_Lightning/18.html
Edited by iLeakStuff - 11/1/15 at 5:38am
post #19 of 165
960 as fast as a 270x....
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Originally Posted by caenlen View Post

The issue is the scaling of OC's, Furies barely OC and the OC doesn't scale well, and most 980 ti's hit 1500 core, and scale better than any card I have ever seen, the Lightning 980 ti is 8% faster in the benches you showed, and that isn't even 1500 core. ;D

I bought a non g1 windforce 980 ti and it hit 1506 core without any voltage change.

people keep saying 1500Mhz, but in reality most of them don't seem to reach that. A few sites have clocked several and most do not get to 1500.

On the 980ti lightning review. 4 barely pass 1500.

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_980_Ti_Lightning/26.html

That lightning was boosting to 1392 Mhz out of the box.
Edited by semitope - 11/1/15 at 6:29am
post #20 of 165
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Performance/dollar. Fury cards and Maxwell are now equal. But notice the big change between GTX 980 and R9 Fury tongue.gif

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Edited by iLeakStuff - 11/1/15 at 7:05am
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