Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by truther, Jul 6, 2015.
Only inside your head it is. There are no facts or numbers to back you up but whatever if you are cool with self-deception.
According to Guru3D, only Sapphire and Asus are expected to release Fury cards:
That can't be good surely? Does it point to a lack of chips maybe? Hopefully not...
I would guess it points to a narrower-than-hoped-for price gap to FX, making it a hard sell.
Unless AMD do wonders with new drivers, the FuryX is lagging behind the 980Ti so I feel it needs to be around 40-60 cheaper to really make sense. Let's face it, it trades blows but it's more often than not behind the 980Ti at common resolutions such as 1080P and 1440P.
It goes from bad to worse. When will AMD catch a break.
if there meant to be releasing tomorrow why have we not heard more ?
The usual suspects are all saying "10th" or "by the end of this week" now.
Reviews are tomorrow.
Should be an interesting read.
My guess is the Fury will be faster and cheaper than the GTX 980.
Well, If it is.. I'll be selling my GTX 980 and buying one. The drivers for GTA are a joke at the moment.
The game was 100% stable with my 7970
Plenty of reviews would beg to differ.
I like Eurogamer game tests, they tend to show all results from popular/intensive games
And that's a stock Ti! Never mind when they overclock like a dream
(I must admit, that video made my mind up for me when purchasing )
Reviews tomorrow? Thank God. I feel like I've been waiting forever for all of the information I need to make a purchase!
So this isnt worth considering versus the 980ti?
If you need a slower card for a cheaper price then it could be. Though it's a bit pants if Guru3D is right and we only get 2 models to choose from.
Sorry, I only heard about this recently, everyone was excited about it. So it has been a bit of a disappointment then?
Fury has not been launched yet so not a disappointment as yet.
Fury X launch 2,5 weeks ago was a mixed bag, you can read about it in appropriate threads here.
Fury (and X) in general? Yes, a little. Seems to be a fairly unbalanced architecture, 14/16nm and HBM 2.0 (the revenge) will be where the stupendous performance will be at
Separate names with a comma.