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The Fury Pro Fiji Owners Thread

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by Kaapstad, Jul 11, 2015.

  1. Nutella33

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    Tis a lonely owl


    twiiit taawhoooo
     
  2. LoadsaMoney

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    A shipment of the Asus has come in, now 10+ in stock :D
     
  3. r22snapper

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    Is a 650w psu enough for one of these cards? The rest of my spec is in my sig
     
  4. LoadsaMoney

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    Should be fine. :)
     
  5. r22snapper

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    Sound, I've just ordered one - should be a decent upgrade
     
  6. Ajaxx

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    Girlfriend is running her fury on a 650w RM also. A little bit of coil whine.
     
  7. r22snapper

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    Thanks very much
     
  8. Kaapstad

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    My Ex used to run her Fury on anything she could find and there was a lot of whining.:D
     
  9. nashathedog

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    If they'd been in when I ordered I would of probably gone with one as the colouring and brand match my rig better (ROG M/b etc), But it seems that the Tri-X is the better one so I'm glad I didn't, Having said that there's hardly anything in it, A couple of degrees or decibels maybe.

    Since reverting to the stock fan profile ( I had left Afterburner running my 290x's one for one fan profile) the cards has hit a max temperature so far of 77 after several hours of heavy load gaming, It remains pretty much silent too and I really never expected this after my TFIV 290x experience. The Fiji chip seems to be a lot easier to cool than Hawaii/Grenada. Maybe there's hope for the Nano after all.
     
    Last edited: Sep 7, 2015
  10. LoadsaMoney

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    Yeah same here, they are fantastic cards, i still can't get over how my single 290X was hotter and louder than these 2x, im glad i decided to give them a try, they are much better than the Xs, and only around 5fps slower on average from what ive seen at my res (1440p), which is nothing. :)

    EDIT: Just noticed another load of these has come in, 10+ again in stock :D

    EDIT2: Tried Grid 2 again earlier, and the weird thickish flickering lines i was getting on the badge screen (where you select your profile), and the loading screens has gone, but that may have just been a prob when i was running the 15.7s, that id gotten from the 200 series download section, as i had that weird memory issue in GTA V as well on those, and im now running the 15.8s, which i got from the Fury download section (i did get the 15.7.1s from there too, but i don't think id tried it on those), as they are seperate from the 200s :p
     
    Last edited: Sep 9, 2015
  11. elmuzzy66.

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    :D
     
  12. PCM2

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    That insinuates that the owl is not lonely, as it takes both a male and female to produce both parts of the call.
     
  13. r22snapper

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  14. LoadsaMoney

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    Welcome aboard! :)
     
  15. r22snapper

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    Thanks, I was going to hang on but couldn't resist at the price I got it for.
     
  16. Nutella33

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    He's in a tunnel and answering his own call
     
  17. Kaapstad

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    Welcome and on TROH.:)

    The Roll of Honour.


    Make Sapphire Tri-X, r22snapper, Link, Date 10/10/2015
    Make Asus Strix, BigDools, Link, Date 06/09/2015
    Make Sapphire Tri-X, Ajaxx, Link, Date 01/09/2015
    Make Sapphire Tri-X, LoadsaMoney, Link, Date 14/08/2015
    Make Sapphire Tri-X, Radox-0, Link, Date 06/08/2015
    Make Sapphire Tri-X, neil473, Link, Date 04/08/2015
    Make Sapphire Tri-X, IainR, Link, Date 01/08/2015
    Make Sapphire Tri-X, Mr Evil, Link, Date 22/07/2015
    Make Sapphire Tri-X, Nutella33, Link, Date 21/07/2015
    Make Sapphire Tri-X, sothur, Link, Date 17/07/2015
    Make Sapphire Tri-X, Lokken86, Link, Date 17/07/2015
    Make Sapphire Tri-X, djtoltec, Link, Date 17/07/2015


    To get on the Roll of Honour all you have to do is post a pic with your user name on it of your Fury Pro.
     
  18. nashathedog

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    You made a great choice, The Fury Tri-x is an amazing card. I paired mine with a 4790k and run games at 1440 on a 1080p screen and it's great, Good performance no matter the title (I haven't got PCars yet) and it runs quiet and cool. You can't ask for more.
     
  19. Lokken86

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    Iv been looking through the Nano reviews to see how the Fury is getting on with the newest drivers and it looks to have made some ground.
     
  20. carlazai

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