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Nice dude me too 1333 ram but its triple channel here so it's solid.

I'm on PCIe 2.0 as well, from what I've seen to beat PCIe 3.0 on PCIe 2.0... Means what fps is at 1175mhz on PCIe 3.0, can only be beat with 1235Mhz on PCIe 2.0.

So clock wise it's 5.1% more bandwidth on PCIe 3.0 aiding that extra fps on lower clocks.

I desoldered the DVI Ports on my 380X too, which resulted in a 30% reduction in fan to a 10% reduction in core temperaure, so its quieter and cooler. Plus I use HDMI. The DVI Ports blocked 50% of the exhaust vent, so I trimmed the mounting bracket to achieve higher airflow as well. I'm using Fujipoly 17W pads on the regulators/ ram and Arctic Silver Ceramique 2 on the core to achieve 1.45 volts and max clocks.

I did the same to my Two R9 290X cards which are yet to be repaired, seems every single cap on the 290X gets too hot breaking the solder for the caps resulting a black screen with no card heat. I'm going to replace all the caps and use Vapor-X Coolers on them once they are done.

Nice score brother! thumb.gif


Full stock Fury Nano. almost a 5k jump in 720 score. a 31-32% performance increase under same set up, I did notice though my 280x was dying. so for a dying card to run that benchmark and pull that 11k was good. smile.gif

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@JunkoXan

Nice dude I was forget the 280x has 288GB/s 384-Bit GDDR5... Just needs 1100Mhz to really pull ahead.

I'm sure the 280X is hot huh?

That sweet dude, R9 Fury Wow... HBM is probably unreal. thumb.gif
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Nice dude I was forget the 280x has 288GB/s 384-Bit GDDR5... Just needs 1100Mhz to really pull ahead.

I'm sure the 280X is hot huh?

That sweet dude, R9 Fury Wow... HBM is probably unreal. thumb.gif


1080p has been known to bottleneck the Fury cards, 720 is no exception but rather it's even more so. I have my Skylake set up running with 2133mhz ram and a i7 6700 with the Nano so I'm going to rerun the Benchmark once installed to see how the 2 compare at 720p and 1080p. smile.gif

have DDR4 2133 vs DDR3 1333 and 2700k vs 6700 non K as the different makers. biggrin.gif

The 280x being hot, that depends on your context of "hot" if it's temps then not really. but in a performance stand point it is hot.

720p Results

So, 720p there's a 32.5fps higher average with Skylake over 2700k and there's a 11.5fps higher minimum over 2700k. pretty big improvement with the Nano.

1080p Results

as for 1080p, we see a 21.3fps higher average over the 2700k and a 8.4fps higher minimum over 2700k.
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i would wait until a midrange does 2x the perf of a 7950 for 200$

well, the 480 kinda does that, i have the 270x and it is almost a 7950, so yes, the 480 would be 2x the power

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i would wait until a midrange does 2x the perf of a 7950 for 200$

well, the 480 kinda does that, i have the 270x and it is almost a 7950, so yes, the 480 would be 2x the power

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270x a bit slower than a 7950 but I agree to wait. I had a 7850 and 7970 and the 7970 was much faster.

Probably next gen AMD or Nvidia is the one to get if coming from a 7950.
    
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i always go for 2x performance and the best price/perf of the moment

4830, then gtx460 then 270x, and now i would buy a rx480 if i could
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