Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by Kaapstad, Jul 11, 2015.
Mine's fine, that's all I ****ing care about tbh
I've heard zero about any Ti problems...
Who said it was a huge issue? I am looking forward to getting some nice voltage control and I don't care who does it. Also, probs best to leave the vitriol out or it just starts off big arguments and then tons of reported posts
The only things I ever seem to blow up is PSUs.
I seem to be managing quite well in blowing up my belly
Good beer drinking weather !!!!
Overclock your stomach and do 15 pints !!!!
Just watch out for the technicolour yawn of death.
Hmm can't decide if I should try one of the for my 2nd PC. I have an ASUS GeForce GTX 980 STRIX DirectCU II OC 4GB 1178@1330MHz GPU, 1753@1950MHz ram - will an OC'ed Fury be able to keep up ?
As you have a 980 Gripen, I can't really see the point bud. A Fury X yer but not a Fury.
This threads going to end up as sparse as the X one
Don't think so
The Fury pro is a very serious GTX 980 beater.
The best is yet to come.
If you're not going to be able to get a hold of a one for months and months, it will be.
I should bloody hope so!! It's 10 months later and more expensive!!!
Does anyone know what the price will be for these?
If they are £400+ then I have trouble seeing how it's going to be a better deal than some of the GTX 980s which are below £400. Having said that, I still think it looks quite promising so far. I prefer the Strix design over the Fury X design purely through not having to deal with the cooler issues that some people have had with the Fury x.
Here in the states its locked at 50 bucks more than the 980.
confused - seen reviews of these
but can't find for sale - when are they released for sale ?
ah ok - thanks for reply
The Saphire Tri-X cards are using the same reference PCB as the Fury X, that right?
Just wondering, EK's Fury X waterblock should fit these cards then!?
Seems that way
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