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post #81 of 165
don't taunt people like this, I saw this title and thought to myself immediately "maybe sell the 980ti and get a CLC'd Fury X"
then I saw this
post #82 of 165
I wish they didn't use 358.50 WHQL and instead used the hotfix (not saying it would have made a difference but...) 358.50 broke a lot and is very unstable compared to the hotfix. In 358.50 i couldn't oc at all with out constant crashing in the hotfix im back up to 1509 mhz with my hybrid 980ti.
Im ok with them using reference cards to test. Im pretty sure not many would buy a reference 980ti at this point though. A windforce is the same price.

That said im glad to see Amd software has gotten better. A little competition is great for all of us smile.gif
Edited by Bahska - 11/2/15 at 1:51pm
post #83 of 165
Fury has made some strides, but the 980Ti is still the better buy. Especially if you want to overclock.
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and btw IDK how they're getting 52fps avg on that Lightning in TW3. When I run with HW and all settings on ultra I drop to 52 fps, but the avg wouId be 60 for sure, or maybe even a bit higher. I run my 980Ti @1500MHz, this is maybe around 1400MHz, but 100MHz doesn't make that much difference. Unelss the whole bench sequence was fighting 10 enemies in the swamp or forest.
post #85 of 165
You can't even tell a difference between high and absolute max settings with everything on in Witcher 3 or any others. I tried doing that with screenshots and it's still impossible. It's like max setting runs hidden scripts on the background just to encourage you to upgrade.
post #86 of 165
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You can't even tell a difference between high and absolute max settings with everything on in Witcher 3 or any others. I tried doing that with screenshots and it's still impossible. It's like max setting runs hidden scripts on the background just to encourage you to upgrade.
I can tell the difference.. Slightly better/sharper textures, more foilage/grass and slightly better shadows/lightning. But it's not a major difference, foilage/grass most noticeable.
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Fury X is good but it's not faster than GTX980Ti. And I don't know how AMD think to recover if they sell weaker cards without PhysX for same money as NVIDIA.
And even GeForce GTX980Ti have advantage because better overclocking.
Fury X should cost 500$. Special because every normal person will remove stock pump and install waterblock and that's +100/110$ more.
Fury X with waterblock worth as reference GTX980Ti.

I looked yesterday video clips ASUS R9-390X 8GB GTA5 gameplay and picture is better than on GeForce cards.
Look almost as reality.
post #88 of 165
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Fury X is good but it's not faster than GTX980Ti. And I don't know how AMD think to recover if they sell weaker cards without PhysX for same money as NVIDIA.
And even GeForce GTX980Ti have advantage because better overclocking.
Fury X should cost 500$. Special because every normal person will remove stock pump and install waterblock and that's +100/110$ more.
Fury X with waterblock worth as reference GTX980Ti.

I looked yesterday video clips ASUS R9-390X 8GB GTA5 gameplay and picture is better than on GeForce cards.
Look almost as reality.

LOL... not ever normal person will do that. Custom water cooling is not the norm. Fury X should be $599, Fury $499 and Nano should be $499.
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post #89 of 165
You are right, watercooling loop is still for 10% of population who look on PC/gaming/hardware as hobby.
But I only want to say that Fury X + waterblock in my eyes worth as GTX980Ti reference.
OK I would like to try Radeon now again after many years but Fury X is too expensive for performance and fps they offer.
It's much easier for someone to pay same money for 980Ti OC 10-15% or 20% and play with PhysX.
It's not easy when one hardware not support something constantly and cost same.
ASUS R9-390X 8GB Strix is good card only no available waterblock and such card fast increase temperature inside case and every hardware become hotter 7-10C.
She cost about 420 euro in my area.Soon for 600 euro people will build R9-390X 8GB CF.
post #90 of 165
Something seems off with the numbers. Atleast the gtx 980 ti original numbers.

I just have a hard time believing a factory overclocked model being 20-25% faster than the original. That's a huge gap and the real world clock difference should be about 15%. Basically 1150 vs 1330 or so.

I suspect wizard has multiple machines to bench with and he didn't update his gtx 980 ti drivers.
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