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I just wish they'd hurry up, get off their deceased posteriors and release the damn thing already....mad.gif
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I would never buy a dual 28nm card this close to 14-16nm launch.

CF does not even work in many games, even AAA games lack profiles on release (and does not get them for weeks, sometimes months.. sometimes never).

Fallout 4 got a half-baked CF profile yesterday, 3 months after launch. Biggest AAA title of 2015? One of my friends have been playing with a single GPU with his 290 CF setup since release day, all the workarounds result in graphical issues or crashes.
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There is no point in getting this card.... I have sold my Nano to wait for Ploaris. 28nm and 4GB is just not the way to go.
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There is no point in getting this card.... I have sold my Nano to wait for Ploaris. 28nm and 4GB is just not the way to go.

Can I ask what made you sell your Nano ?

I am just about to buy one
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Can I ask what made you sell your Nano ?

I am just about to buy one

I had a Fury for a week or two before I sold it. Didn't experience too many issues but I did experience the downclocking bug where I had to download a third party application, Clockblocker, to prevent clocks from going down below 800 and dropping FPS like crazy. Their drivers also had no easy way to adjust the refresh rate (I guess they took it out from Crimson). There were also issues with FreeSync where it just didn't quite work properly and I couldn't cap framerate at 144 with the drivers (RivaTuner worked). Also, OCing was abysmal compared to all three of the 980 Tis I had and the 4 GB of VRAM was cutting it close. Luckily I didn't sell off the last 980 Ti so I reinstalled that and sold the Fury. I think this is my third or fourth time of saying "let's try AMD again" and going back to Nvidia.

It would have been nice if AMD created a new architecture for their last generation of 28nm cards like Nvidia did with Maxwell. Hopefully the high-end Polaris and Pascal dies are similar in terms of performance, OC ability, and power consumption. I can definitely see AMD coming back once they fix their drivers and DX12/Vulkan take off and we have less reliance on AMD/Nvidia to deliver us CrossFireX/SLI profiles.
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Can I ask what made you sell your Nano ?

I am just about to buy one

Well its to wait for Polaris. I am hoping that AMD will release a Polaris nano card. Nothing wrong with the card, just wanted something more powerful.
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I had a Fury for a week or two before I sold it. Didn't experience too many issues but I did experience the downclocking bug where I had to download a third party application, Clockblocker, to prevent clocks from going down below 800 and dropping FPS like crazy. Their drivers also had no easy way to adjust the refresh rate (I guess they took it out from Crimson). There were also issues with FreeSync where it just didn't quite work properly and I couldn't cap framerate at 144 with the drivers (RivaTuner worked). Also, OCing was abysmal compared to all three of the 980 Tis I had and the 4 GB of VRAM was cutting it close. Luckily I didn't sell off the last 980 Ti so I reinstalled that and sold the Fury. I think this is my third or fourth time of saying "let's try AMD again" and going back to Nvidia.

It would have been nice if AMD created a new architecture for their last generation of 28nm cards like Nvidia did with Maxwell. Hopefully the high-end Polaris and Pascal dies are similar in terms of performance, OC ability, and power consumption. I can definitely see AMD coming back once they fix their drivers and DX12/Vulkan take off and we have less reliance on AMD/Nvidia to deliver us CrossFireX/SLI profiles.

I have been using ATI (now AMD) all my life..... Whenever I tried Nvidia, I ran into problems. The last Nvidia card I tried was 780ti. I swear I will never touch Nvidia again. If AMD cloase down, I will quit gaming on game on Intel HD graphics instead.
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I have been using ATI (now AMD) all my life..... Whenever I tried Nvidia, I ran into problems. The last Nvidia card I tried was 780ti. I swear I will never touch Nvidia again. If AMD cloase down, I will quit gaming on game on Intel HD graphics instead.

If you think Nvidia has issues, I don't think you'll be very pleased using Intel integrated graphics for gaming.
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If you think Nvidia has issues, I don't think you'll be very pleased using Intel integrated graphics for gaming.

Oh actually, I am rather pleased. Using a Dell E6440 notebook to play WOT and MWO. Runs run except graphic settings has to be low.
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If you think Nvidia has issues, I don't think you'll be very pleased using Intel integrated graphics for gaming.

Sadly I play more games with my Surface Pro 3 with HD 4400 then my main system. Its a whole new world of 30 fps gaming. Xbox One and PS4 are Ultra High End in comparason lol.
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