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My point is, we are already there with single cards smile.gif

Unfortunately not for me. Im playing Dragon's Dogma right and i'm getting about 40 frames with max settings minus aa. Even though its a stellar port, its not as demanding as say the division beta. I want that magical 60, hence my upgrade itch.
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Unfortunately not for me. Im playing Dragon's Dogma right and i'm getting about 40 frames with max settings minus aa. Even though its a stellar port, its not as demanding as say the division beta. I want that magical 60, hence my upgrade itch.

I do not know of the game. But maybe some other settings can be slightly tweaked down?
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Yeah I see what's wrong with what you wrote.

I watched the video earlier when you posted it here. I had then expressed my displeasure about having to view videos for this stuff when simple graphs would do like the major tech sites and from what I remember the fury x got 10-12% improvement on the whole, whether overvolting was a major or minor portion of it is irrelevant and if I remember correctly, he didn't even overclock HBM saying that it wouldn't matter much.

Except it does.

http://www.hardware.fr/articles/937-26/overclocking-gpu-fiji.html

But he did overclock the HBM actually higher than what the graphs you posted show. It ended up only being 2.7% better than the original overclock he achieved before. Even in the graphs you posted, you are not seeing that great of an overall advancement in performance. Directly from the website you posted, "On average the gain of the combined overclocking amounted to 7.4%, performance is boosted from 5.4% to 8.3% depending on the game" 8.3%, watch out NVIDIA! thumb.gif
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And...? That's a 7 months old video. The slides i posted are from a review done by Techpowerup on January 22 and the review of this thread is from January 29. rolleyes.gif

Literally the Fury X was launched on June 24 and that video is from July 15. Not even one month maturity driver wise and you're using it as if it even holds any value anymore after 7 months. rolleyes.gif

Yes you are right, I'm mistaken the Fury can achieve a 23-25% performance increase after overclocked and the Fury X can achieve a 30-36% performance increase after overclocked just like a 980 and 980 Ti can. rolleyes.gif
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Yes you are right, I'm mistaken the Fury can achieve a 23-25% performance increase after overclocked and the Fury X can achieve a 30-36% performance increase after overclocked just like a 980 and 980 Ti can. rolleyes.gif
He is right; that review is from July and is of the Tri-X, it isn't the same SKU. Way to not acknowledge your mistake thought. rolleyes.gif
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He is right; that review is from July and is of the Tri-X, it isn't the same SKU. Way to not acknowledge your mistake thought. rolleyes.gif

Way to ignore what I said entirely, there was no mistake. Point made still remains.
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Way to ignore what I said entirely, there was no mistake. Point made still remains.
If you're going to critique a product, at least critique the right one. I don't think that's too absurd of a request.
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Well I van certainly say hat the Fury presents a problem for the 980ti as a guy who was SERIOUSLY considering a pair of 980's or 980ti's when I as in the market.

But there were some serious points that made me look at the fury.
1. 549 at launch vs 650.
2. Performance I was getting at stock vs. Stock 980ti was impressive. I was hanging with a 980ti at 1440P which is the resolution I play at.
3. Unlocking of CU's on a fury is possible. I'm my case that turned out to be a crapshoot as one card refuses to play ball.
4. Overclocking was relatively unknown at the time as we had no voltage control.
5. NVidia has been known to reduce quality settings in the BIOS by default. Some side by side videos have confirmed this.
6. Nvidia's recently less than stellar business practices.

Ultimately I bought a Fury as it DOES present competition to a 980ti. Otherwise. I wouldn't have bought it.

And if we want to talk overclocking numbers I can get to 1150 core without additional voltage. I can reach 1200 core with some additional voltage. Dunno how much higher I can go then 1200. but suddenly a 20% faster fury seems very attractive compared to a now only 10% faster 980ti for 30% more money. You do the math.
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If you're going to critique a product, at least critique the right one. I don't think that's too absurd of a request.

If you are going to review a product, at least make it a fair review. What kind of 980 are they testing in this review? What kind of 980 Ti are they testing in this review? What kind of Fury non-X are they testing in the review? I don't think that is too absurd of a realization to come to. If you cannot come to it, then I'll assist you. Here they are testing a non-reference Fury and yet all of the NVIDIA cards are reference cards. You can see how this will affect the end results right?
Edited by BiG StroOnZ - 2/4/16 at 9:22pm
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No question the 980Ti is the ultimate performance King (forgetting the Titan X) but it's $150 more than the Fury which is the best card IMO at ~$500. It over clocks decently and is perfectly capable of running any game at 1440p or less. Why is it so hard to give AMD credit for what is essentially a really good video card value?
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No question the 980Ti is the ultimate performance King (forgetting the Titan X) but it's $150 more than the Fury which is the best card IMO at ~$500. It over clocks decently and is perfectly capable of running any game at 1440p or less. Why is it so hard to give AMD credit for what is essentially a really good video card value?

Because it's not that good, perhaps? It's still a power-hungry 275W behemoth that didn't even increase its ROP count over Hawaii.

It only looked good in comparison to the Fury X which launched at a ludicrous $649, despite losing vs the 980Ti at every metric except "performance per inch"®, which is typically a claim only made by people who are covering over for "other" deficiencies.
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