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as far as I can tell they are identical except for the default installation directory

I didn't follow fully what you guys have been discussing, my bad redface.gif .

From these recent posts I thought you guys are trying to stop a update that steam may force. So I thought I'd state steam version key from app work with standalone.
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Hi there, i have not updated to 0603 yet. Didnt find them in the support page. Im currently on 0503. Will update it soon tomorrow when im home.

Thanks and i will get back in the thread provided.

NP smile.gif.

You'll find latest UEFI in linked thread or ROG forum for ZE. It takes a while before latest appear on ASUS support product page.
Edited by gupsterg - 9/26/17 at 7:15am
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Of course, of course...

On a totally different subject... which color do you like the most today: grey or white? biggrin.gif

For gaming specifically white.

@ gups.

290 was a fail for swifty. The flow was not directed over vrm. On fury x it is and the flow pattern looks just as good as the aqua computer option.
Edited by chew* - 9/26/17 at 11:52am
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For gaming specifically white.

My, my, what a surprise!
You really struck me as a grey gear kind of guy.
White stripes it is then, +rep thumb.gif
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My, my, what a surprise!
You really struck me as a grey gear kind of guy.
White stripes it is then, +rep thumb.gif

Game tests in all benches so far lean towards x370s favor. Soon as my boards back from TW im downcoring a 1950x to 1900x and doing a battle royale. Taichi on Taichi 8 core on a 8 core which platform does what better.
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Game tests in all benches so far lean towards x370s favor. Soon as my boards back from TW im downcoring a 1950x to 1900x and doing a battle royale. Taichi on Taichi 8 core on a 8 core which platform does what better.


Ohhhh that white.
For me it's not all about current performance, TR will last me far longer (but for more money). The bottleneck at 4k is in the GPUs anyway.
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Mine is the steam version as well. The sysinfo MSI is in the \program files (x86)\steam\steamapps\common\3dmark directory, not the futuremark directory

hi yes i know and it removed the original 620 file so uninstall etc was impossible (it was trying to run 2 versions)
doesn't matter all sorted.
post #1297 of 2843
Gups.

The right cavity is vrm cooling area.

The fin density is a tad thicker but looks less likely to clog.

Unlike my aqua computer 290x which has a split pass for core/vrm this is a forced pass after core.



Not sure if i really need the backplates. Description/details online were vague for fury x.

Apparently not many companies made them as the stock backplate fits and can be used.

@ $10 per backplate however who cares.

Fyi for Asrock users I thought I might point this out.

Going to report it as an issue to Asrock.



As you can see cards with a rather thick backplate hit the I/O shroud.

It gets even worse if I install the swifty backplate.
Edited by chew* - 9/26/17 at 1:40pm
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Gups.

The right cavity is vrm cooling area.

The fin density is a tad thicker but looks less likely to clog.

Unlike my aqua computer 290x which has a split pass for core/vrm this is a forced pass after core.



Not sure if i really need the backplates. Description/details online were vague for fury x.

Apparently not many companies made them as the stock backplate fits and can be used.

@ $10 per backplate however who cares.

Fyi for Asrock users I thought I might point this out.

Going to report it as an issue to Asrock.



As you can see cards with a rather thick backplate hit the I/O shroud.

It gets even worse if I install the swifty backplate.

that's one of the reasons i threw it in slot 2 (i only have the one)
the other is it is a tad too close to the other gear for me(being a long card)

now i know the manual says 16 then 8 then 16
but single card it runs at x16 don't suppose any crossfire/sli guys can test that theory say whack a card in 2 and 4 and see what they say?
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that's one of the reasons i threw it in slot 2 (i only have the one)
the other is it is a tad too close to the other gear for me(being a long card)

now i know the manual says 16 then 8 then 16
but single card it runs at x16 don't suppose any crossfire/sli guys can test that theory say whack a card in 2 and 4 and see what they say?

Slots 2 and 4 should work fine. I can't tell you for sure though as I'm using all 4 rolleyessmileyanim.gif
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Electrically they are wired for 16x slots 1/3.

Electrically slots 2/4 are 8x.

Performance wise however in personal testing gen 3 vs 2 or 1 plays a bigger role performance wise then the difference from 16x/8x.
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