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post #51 of 58
Fair enough. I can send the Fury once Vega is available. Should be in roughly two weeks if I'm not mistaking.
post #52 of 58
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Originally Posted by SpecChum View Post

This is probably related to my issue as well.

My monitor is an Acer X341CK

Most POSTS won't go into BIOS, Fury pretty lights (tech speak) come on but monitor stays asleep, I have to ctrl-alt-del about 5 or 6 times before it finally comes on. Z97 worked 100% of the time.

I've had similar issues w/ Sapphire R9 Fury and Acer X341CK. FWIW, I had similar issues w/ i7 6700k and ASUS Maximus VIII Hero iirc.
post #53 of 58
Got a Sapphire RX Vega 64 (not Liquid or Limited Edition) today and no longer experience the issues described with my Sapphire Fury Tri-X. I can use both FreeSync and 144Hz now.
post #54 of 58
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I'm moving into content creation & went with a liquid-cooled Vega FE, which I should be receiving today. I expect the issue will resolve itself then.

The segmentation in the AMD hardware market makes vendor interoperability both difficult & contrary to businesses' interests, so I can't necessarily blame either Sapphire or ASUS for not getting this fixed sooner, especially considering the Fury has such a niche userbase. It would be nice, however, to nail the problem down to avoid potential voltage/frequency switching issues over the Hero's PCI-E 3.0 interface in the future, with other card lines.
post #55 of 58
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Fair enough. I can send the Fury once Vega is available. Should be in roughly two weeks if I'm not mistaking.

Great dedication to help others by sending your card smile.gif .
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post #56 of 58
We've tried and failed to fix this issue. Definitely a tricky one.

- It only happens with Sapphire cards, not reference or our own.
- The issue only exist with certain boards, we tested 10x C6H and only one had this problem.
post #57 of 58
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We've tried and failed to fix this issue. Definitely a tricky one.

- It only happens with Sapphire cards, not reference or our own.
- The issue only exist with certain boards, we tested 10x C6H and only one had this problem.

Elmor, Thanks for the update. Is ASUS still looking into fixing the issue? Would you recommend owners who own the C6H and experience issues w/ Sapphire cards to RMA the motherboard w/ the expectation that a replacement board is unlikely to experience the issue?
post #58 of 58
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Elmor, Thanks for the update. Is ASUS still looking into fixing the issue? Would you recommend owners who own the C6H and experience issues w/ Sapphire cards to RMA the motherboard w/ the expectation that a replacement board is unlikely to experience the issue?

I doubt there will be additional attempts. I only have a certain sample set here where it seems likely to work if you switch the board, you're free try it of course.
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