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Well on my weaker than a Fury or 980 Ti card I would game at 4K (if I had such a monitor) frown.gif

Min/Max settings. Some of the things can be put on High or Ultra easily, but others on Low or medium. The Visuals would still be great truth be told and it would be worth it.

But then again I seem to be unique frown.gif
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At $500 it is competing with a 980 in which it loses half of the time @ 1440p and most of the time @ 1080p

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...I have the Sapphire Fury on a 4K monitor, my friend has a 980....i get better frames in everything. Heck, my bro has a 980Ti and the Fury is right on its butt @ 4K in several titles.
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Well on my weaker than a Fury or 980 Ti card I would game at 4K (if I had such a monitor) frown.gif

Min/Max settings. Some of the things can be put on High or Ultra easily, but others on Low or medium. The Visuals would still be great truth be told and it would be worth it.

But then again I seem to be unique frown.gif

I'm with you if I understand you correctly. I just dial in my settings to get the desired frame-rate. At 4K, it'll look great to me regardless. I'm sure I can live without AA as I hardly use it on 2K as it is.
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Max Overclock vs. Max Overclock

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So custom Fury @ 1050 MHz barely beats Reference GTX 980 in many of the games at 1080p and 1440p, I don't see the point in looking at the "4K" results. It will take several GPU's to deliver a good experience at this resolution.

GPU tops out at 1135 MHz, would love to see it compared to a custom 980 non-Ti at ~1500 MHz. Not saying it's a bad card, but it's nowhere near a custom 980 Ti.

Custom 980 Ti - out of the box - is 20% faster than the reference card, and easily overclocks more, resulting in an additional 10-20% depending on card.

Lol, found the 980Ti owner!

In all seriousness, the Fury doesn't compete with the 980Ti, which costs 30% more, yet matches it at 4K stock for stock. That's pretty good value. And anybody buying a 980Ti for 1080p is just doing it wrong. Period.
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Max Overclock vs. Max Overclock


I see the 980 at almost 1600mhz barely matching the Tri-X in 1440 and 4k, at best. 1080p results are a wash if one card shows higher numbers at 1440/4k as it will indicate better lifecycle.

Oh, and memory frequency wasnt listed on the 980, so its either default 7000mhz or near to 8000mhz.

If he didnt touch the memory, whats the point of a "max overclock vs max overclock" if its not max overclock, though?
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And anybody buying a 980Ti for 1080p is just doing it wrong. Period.

TW3, FO4 and the last TR (maxed out of course) doesn't do 60fps stable even on 980Ti :
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I see the 980 at almost 1600mhz barely matching the Tri-X in 1440 and 4k, at best. 1080p results are a wash if one card shows higher numbers at 1440/4k as it will indicate better lifecycle.

Oh, and memory frequency wasnt listed on the 980, so its either default 7000mhz or near to 8000mhz.

If he didnt touch the memory, whats the point of a "max overclock vs max overclock" if its not max overclock, though?

Barely matching? Did you even watch the whole video or did you just see a few slides and then form a conclusion prematurely? The Tri X gets rocked at 1080p, at 1440p it is even (3 games go to the 980 @ 1440p out of a total 6 tested), and at 4K as stated previously it is entirely irrelevant numbers other than indicating the fact that you need to have two in Crossfire (or two in SLI) to have a playable experience. I mean really, in Far Cry 4 @ 4K the Fury gets 33 FPS and the 980 Gets 31. Still unplayable for both. Then that brings a whole other argument and variable into the discussion, which is, Crossfire vs SLI. Which I already detailed in other posts.

Besides all of that, I'm not having an argument over semantics in regards to what defines a "Max Overclock" even though Jay overclocks his memory as well and has videos discussing it. Nevertheless, we both know that listing the core clocks are much more important though.
post #100 of 179
The video is from july, barely after its release without overvolting or HBM overclocking. The review posted here has Fury 20% faster in 3 games out of 7 at 1440p. Just let it rest.
    
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