Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by Kaapstad, Jul 11, 2015.
Should be cracking in Xfire
I just spent a few hours playing games with stock clocks, I spent time on the Bf4 campaign, Dying Light and Crysis 3 and real temp recorded a max of 53 degrees for the Sapphire Fury Tri-X. Earlier on a ten minute Furmark stress test with an 1100 overclock only reached 56 degrees. Plus it's silent, Coming from a 94 degree MSI 290x gaming I'm very happy.
A few comparison benches for the 290x Gaming and Fury Tri-x.
Gamename, 290x, Fury, min/avg/max
Fc2 115/156/240, 118/152/239,
Sleep Dog 37/52/63, 43/62/76,
Hitman Abs 46/57/182, 52/65/80,
Tomb Raider 64/87/114, 78/101/128,
Alien Iso 4/111/239, 5/127/180,
Res Evil 6 14307, 15876,
Apart from Far cry 2's bench where the 290x wins the Fury managed an okay lead but it wasn't massive and it make me wonder where the 390x fit's in here, I've got another 6 benches to test but they not that important really for me the switch was a massive win thanks to the improvements between temps and noise.
Although not cheap I'm very happy with the Fury and I'm glad I got it to replace Hawaii.
Is this at 1080p? Its a decent boost but the difference will be more clear at higher resolution. You should try at 1440p.
The lights on the card are blue, Can they be changed?
Nevermind, They can.
Yeah all 1080p, I do game with 1440 through vsr though.
I doubt it. Would be cool tho.
I'm still interested to see your far cry 4 results btw since that's what you said was chugging on the 290x and I know the difference will be huge there .
Yes you can, there are very two small TINY switches to the just slightly to the left from the load lights. You can switch them to Red, Blue, Purple of off.
EDIT, noticed you edit
Cool thanks. Gotta be red has it.
Cracking temps those, my 290 at 1080 hits around 85/86 at 1440p, odd game hits 88, on auto fan, if i get temps like that on a Fury, be no bother with 2x.
Same here, I've got a Rog Z97 hero board that glows red and a couple of those quiet edition red led Corsairs fans OCUK did dirt cheap a while back, The blue was looking out of place, It looks better now
I'm well happy with it, As a replacement for my MSI it looks like I lucked out. It's silent and cool.
Thanks for those comparisons. If I wasn't watercooled I'd probably upgrade.
Running Fur marks stress test with no AA has it hitting 63 degrees and with the 1 for 1 fan profile I can hear the fans then, There not overly loud though, I'm going to adjust my fan profile and aim for a temp target of around 75 degrees max.
That is fantastic. Down in folding@home project we (internal beta testers) have been handed test work units which have some substrate or something which is very heavy on GPUs to simulate. It heats up every single gpu to the max. Even my Fury xs are getting to 64C on a hot day, and fans are quite loud, though I haven't played around with fan profiles on anything other than CCC.
Far cry 4's running great, The 290x's performance was between 30 and 40 at 1080p while the Fury does the same settings between 70 and 80 at 1440p.
I'll actually get to play it now.
Very nice great improvement!
I could run at 1080p with 100+ fps average and get the full use of my 144hz monitor but 1440p looks too good.
Also I'm determined to make use of this card since it cost me a bomb so I'll only be buying 1 game at a time and seeing it through til the end. I had an old habbit of buying too much games but never playing them.
Great improvement that, faster at a higher res
Yup, that's gotta be a 150-200% increase over the 290X. Oarsome
If it was a 980Ti G1 I'd believe it
Wonder how fast it could go without the nitro cooling, like standard water or something.
Just noticed the 1TB memory bandwidth!
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