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Old 26-04-16, 12:55 PM
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A Sapphire Nitro Fury is pretty close to Fury X benchmarks. Usually only 1-2% difference in most cases. They did a fantastic job on the updated Tri-X design.
But its yellow not Blue which doesn't suit my White and blue themed rig I'm going Arrtoo style

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Old 26-04-16, 02:37 PM
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But its yellow not Blue which doesn't suit my White and blue themed rig I'm going Arrtoo style
It's black, with a silver accent. The yellow is the old Tri-X cards. Totally different product :-)
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Old 26-04-16, 06:10 PM
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Yep.. wish they let them have a Fury X Lightning.. would have been glorious!
Glorious or just identical, they aren't exactly power or temperature limited with the stock AIO.

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Glorious or just identical, they aren't exactly power or temperature limited with the stock AIO.

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No but it would have a custom PCB which was the point I made earlier, which could help with some more OC headroom
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Old 27-04-16, 07:42 AM
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No but it would have a custom PCB which was the point I made earlier, which could help with some more OC headroom
The ceiling isnt the PCB
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Old 27-04-16, 09:01 AM
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The ceiling isnt the PCB
This made me laugh so much
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Old 28-04-16, 09:36 PM
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The ceiling isnt the PCB
I know but I said it could help a little. It may help reduce voltage needed with cleaner/more efficient power delivery. As they are now, voltage is already extremely high. 1.3v isn't uncommon for default clock speeds. My previous cards never needed more than 1.2v to clock higher on both core and memory. So starting at 1.3 stock just means your headroom is already close to nothing and leaves the memory OC basically out of the question.
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Old 28-04-16, 09:56 PM
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I know but I said it could help a little. It may help reduce voltage needed with cleaner/more efficient power delivery. As they are now, voltage is already extremely high. 1.3v isn't uncommon for default clock speeds. My previous cards never needed more than 1.2v to clock higher on both core and memory. So starting at 1.3 stock just means your headroom is already close to nothing and leaves the memory OC basically out of the question.
So with that thesis a Custom PCB Fury (nonx) should overclock like a champ right?
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Old 28-04-16, 11:05 PM
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So with that thesis a Custom PCB Fury (nonx) should overclock like a champ right?
You'd be lucky.. Don't think you'll get higher than 1150 for fury. Which isn't much. Custom PCBs do help, I never said it automatically means huge OCs. But with better power delivery and less voltage it would certainly extend the average OCs people are getting. It wouldn't mean automatically every card hits 1200 on the core.
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Old 29-04-16, 04:23 PM
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With no voltage increases, I can do 1140 on my Nitro. I also was able to run the memory at 525 with no issues. That's up from 1050 stock.
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