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post #1 of 100 (permalink) Old 11-18-2015, 12:14 AM - Thread Starter
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Rev up the performance of your AMD Radeon™ or FURY based graphics card with the latest new-look version of SAPPHIRE TriXX. Change settings for the best performance of any compatible graphics card in different applications or games and save up to four sets and easily switch between them.

New features
New look and interface
Now supports over-volting on Radeon R300 series
Now supports HBM memory overclock on FURY cards
Now supports over-volt on FURY cards

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Information Tab with all you need to know about your Graphic Card including GPU, Interface, Memory, Driver Version, BIOS Version, Clocks, Shaders and more…Multi-GPU support (CrossFireX)Windows Sidebar Gadget option

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This ought to be interesting. Lets see what the Fury cards can do now smile.gif
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Whoa, OCN has new design ph34r-smiley.gif

So I guess Nano is not included?
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Good news for Fury owners. Looking forward to see results smile.gif I hope scaling will be better than Techpowerup's test.

https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/AMD/R9_Fury_X_Overvoltage/2.html

"From stock to +144 mV, power draw increases by 27%, while overclocking potential only went up by 5% and real-life performance increases by only 3%."

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Whoa, OCN has new design ph34r-smiley.gif

So I guess Nano is not included?

If it is then this is the card to get! Basically a fury X on air
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If it is then this is the card to get! Basically a fury X on air
With a gimped power delivery. Most NANOs max out at 1050ish. Would rather see Custom Fury / Fury X results.

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Only gives us an additional +75 mv to work with. Which means the majority of cards will be running in the 1.275-1.3v range. However reports from the Fury X owners club have them running around the 1150-1200 Mhz mark with +75mv. Not bad for only that tiny bit of voltage.

I personally have not tried it on my cards yet.

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Only gives us an additional +75 mv to work with. Which means the majority of cards will be running in the 1.275-1.3v range. However reports from the Fury X owners club have them running around the 1150-1200 Mhz mark with +75mv. Not bad for only that tiny bit of voltage.

I personally have not tried it on my cards yet.

1150-1200MHz? That's awesome! This brings back memories of first gen GCN with the 7970 and 7950, the clocks those cards could reach was awesome!
One of the builds I have with a R9 280 can run the core at 1150MHz with no voltage adjustments, and the memory at 1500MHz! I haven't actually tried to push the Core higher as it performs great as it is!
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