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XFX R9 Fury Triple Dissipation 4GB £239.99 (potential for cashback via Quidco/TCB) @ Novatech

£239.99 @ Novatech
Free delivery is 3-5 days, currently a promo on next day delivery for £2.99. Also Quidco is 2.2% (~£5.28) and TCB 3% (~£7.20), check T&Cs of each cashback site prior to purchase. GPU clock: 1000MHz…
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Free delivery is 3-5 days, currently a promo on next day delivery for £2.99. Also Quidco is 2.2% (~£5.28) and TCB 3% (~£7.20), check T&Cs of each cashback site prior to purchase.

GPU clock: 1000MHz, 3584 stream processors.
RAM clock (HBM): 500MHz (effective speed 1000MHz)
RAM bus width: 4096-bit

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4 Likes #1
If I didnt need to upgrade my PSU to take this I'd be buying it. Arrrrggghhh!

Edited By: EportJake on Dec 19, 2016 00:21
#2
Despite its age, it is a great price for a great card. This drop makes me wonder if new AMD GPU's are about to go on sale though...
#3
How's this compare to a 1060? Thanks...
1 Like #4
Seems my PSU would take it.
Couple of questions:
What sort of improvement will I get over my 3gb 780?
Is 4gb RAM going to be sufficient in 2 years time?
I only game at 1080p at the moment. Thanks,
Jake.

Edited By: EportJake on Dec 19, 2016 07:24
1 Like #5
ah_heng
How's this compare to a 1060? Thanks...


​Better, the fury can give a 1070 a run for its money in dx11

Edited By: harisonwright on Dec 19, 2016 07:46: G
4 Likes #6
ah_heng
How's this compare to a 1060? Thanks...

I have a Fury. This is a steal.

The Fury sits between the 1060 and 1070 (more so 1070 side) and excels in DX12 and particularly Vulkan, DX11 also fine.

I run mine at 1440p with every game I own on Ultra with very few exceptions (Star Citizen, crap (no) optimisation), it makes minced meat of BF1, Doom, Squad, CIV.

There's no reason the card won't remain relevant for another 2/3 years as far as I'm concerned, with the HBM architecture you can largely ignore the 4GB VRAM, the bus is so broad.

Get it, now.
4 Likes #7
EportJake
Seems my PSU would take it.
Couple of questions:
What sort of improvement will I get over my 3gb 780?
Is 4gb RAM going to be sufficient in 2 years time?
I only game at 1080p at the moment. Thanks,
Jake.

Jake, most of your questions are answered in the post above, but your existing card really doesn't measure up to a Fury in any respect - David and Goliath.

If your PSU can take it there's nothing at that price that will touch it. I'm actually going to measure up and see if I can accommodate another...

Which brings me to my next point, make sure you can physically fit the card in your chassis, these cards are LONG.

If it's anything like my Sapphire, you'll need a PSU with the relevant connections, 2x 8 PIN. TDP under load is circa 200W, it'll peak at 225W under insane load.

Just read the spec on Novatech, ignore the minimum PSU spec. I'm running an i7 4770K on a 650W, these will run on a decent 500W just fine.

Voted hot OP, superb deal!

For those holding out on the next cards, rumour is they too will use HBM2 which I think ultimately will benefit existing HBM cards from a driver perspective. Also worth noting that this card is overkill for 1080P, really it stretches its legs at 1440P.

DX12:

http://gamegpu.com/images/stories/Test_GPU/Action/Battlefield_1/new/b1_1920_12.png

http://gamegpu.com/images/stories/Test_GPU/Action/Battlefield_1/new/b12560_12.png

DX11:
http://gamegpu.com/images/stories/Test_GPU/Action/Battlefield_1/new/b1_2560.png

http://gamegpu.com/images/stories/Test_GPU/Action/Battlefield_1/new/b1_1920.png

This Fury will sit in the middle of the Fury X and Nano benchs.




Edited By: The_Hoff on Dec 19, 2016 08:44: added info.
3 Likes #8
The_Hoff
EportJake
Seems my PSU would take it.
Couple of questions:
What sort of improvement will I get over my 3gb 780?
Is 4gb RAM going to be sufficient in 2 years time?
I only game at 1080p at the moment. Thanks,
Jake.
Jake, most of your questions are answered in the post above, but your existing card really doesn't measure up to a Fury in any respect - David and Goliath.
If your PSU can take it there's nothing at that price that will touch it. I'm actually going to measure up and see if I can accommodate another...
Which brings me to my next point, make sure you can physically fit the card in your chassis, these cards are LONG.
If it's anything like my Sapphire, you'll need a PSU with the relevant connections, 2x 8 PIN. TDP under load is circa 200W, it'll peak at 225W under insane load.
Just read the spec on Novatech, ignore the minimum PSU spec. I'm running an i7 4770K on a 650W, these will run on a decent 500W just fine.
Voted hot OP, superb deal!
For those holding out on the next cards, rumour is they too will use HBM2 which I think ultimately will benefit existing HBM cards from a driver perspective. Also worth noting that this card is overkill for 1080P, really it stretches its legs at 1440P.
DX12:http://gamegpu.com/images/stories/Test_GPU/Action/Battlefield_1/new/b1_1920_12.pnghttp://gamegpu.com/images/stories/Test_GPU/Action/Battlefield_1/new/b12560_12.png
DX11:http://gamegpu.com/images/stories/Test_GPU/Action/Battlefield_1/new/b1_2560.pnghttp://gamegpu.com/images/stories/Test_GPU/Action/Battlefield_1/new/b1_1920.pngThis Fury will sit in the middle of the Fury X and Nano benchs.

After all the effort you went to in your post it seemed rude not to order. Now to sell my 780.
1 Like #9
Hot!

Just bought myself a Christmas present:). This one will do until Vega release. My new monitor has Freesync so has to skip Nvidia.

Thank you!

Edited By: avandril on Dec 19, 2016 08:54
3 Likes #10
EportJake
After all the effort you went to in your post it seemed rude not to order. Now to sell my 780.

Sorry about that!

Merry Christmas... :)

Edited By: The_Hoff on Dec 19, 2016 08:55
#11
That's impressive power and makes my aging R9 270 look slow. Nearly bought MSI 480 card during Black Friday and decided to hold out for new year sales.

Hot deal op!
#12
Wow not far off a 1080 for 230 quid!!! Wonder if it's worth upgrading my 290?
#13
I would concur with the Hoff you don't need a huge PSU for these cards. In one of the rigs I have, I've ran a Fury X with an OC with 650W PSU.

I use mine @ 1440P and not found the 4GB restrictive, what happens in the future no idea. All games I set to the highest level in game menu. AA is about the only setting I will tweak depending on FPS I get for changes to it.

For example I have seen Lords of the fallen show VRAM usage of upto 6GB on an RX 480 8GB @ 1080P, I see 3.9GB at settings that video but 1440P resolution, I've had no stability issues or stutter or crashes to warrant me to think I need more VRAM :) . Also be aware guys all monitoring software shows VRAM allocation not actual usage (some info in linked thread below).

The heatsink part of the cooler is exactly the same as a Fury Tri-X from what I have seen. I owned a Fury Tri-X at one point, with slight fan mod you can gain 55°C very easily. Even though the PCB on the XFX does not have an AMD stamp, which signifies reference PCB, the XFX uses reference PCB layout so you can stick a waterblock of a Fury/X on it (check out the EKWB configurator).

I posted some other stuff in another Fury deal thread as well plus my Fiji bios mod thread on OCN:{ .

Anyone thinking of holding on tell Vega I reckon the card is still a valid purchase at this price :) , represents great "bang for your £".

There is only talk of Vega release for 1H2017, which could be upto 6mths wait IMO and Vega is not gonna be cheap. I reckon if Vega performs at a level it is expected to, it will be priced "high end" levels, we only have to see past flagship cards from AMD like Fury X, 290X, etc to know it won't be vastly cheaper than nVidia high offering IMO.
2 Likes #14
cheers just picked one up :D
3 Likes #15
EportJake
After all the effort you went to in your post it seemed rude not to order. Now to sell my 780.

I'd be very surprised if you regret the purchase :D .

avandril
Hot!
Just bought myself a Christmas present:). This one will do until Vega release. My new monitor has Freesync so has to skip Nvidia.
Thank you!

FreeSync is sweet and with AMD you've paid no premium for variable refresh rate tech! :D .

Billythebubble
That's impressive power and makes my aging R9 270 look slow. Nearly bought MSI 480 card during Black Friday and decided to hold out for new year sales.
Hot deal op!

Cheers :) , if you are thinking about getting a RX 480 I would take this card over that ;) .

londonstinks
Wow not far off a 1080 for 230 quid!!! Wonder if it's worth upgrading my 290?

I went from a 290X which OC'd to 1100/1525 to Fury / X back in March 16 and luv it :D .

I had a Vapor-X 290X and have owned Tri-X 290 plus Asus DCUII 290X and Fury / X out of the box are cooler/quieter running cards 8) .

Here is 3DM FS Vapor-X 290X vs Fury X. The 290X has very heavily modified custom ROM, Fury X only voltage/clocks, same rig used but driver versions differ due to not having the cards at the same time.

Edited By: gupsterg on Dec 19, 2016 09:31
2 Likes #16
londonstinks
Wow not far off a 1080 for 230 quid!!! Wonder if it's worth upgrading my 290?

That's exactly the move I made:
-Fury runs a LOT cooler.
-Fury uses less power.
-Fury is significantly more powerful, particularly at 1440p.

You'll get a decent price for the 290 as they're still in good demand by eth miners. Check to see if you can flash it to a 290X before you sell it (if you decide to).
#17
Good deal! no chance of this fitting in my pc case tho, And I would have thought some forthcoming games might struggle if you have settings on ultra as the 4GB wont be enough

Edited By: donbarney on Dec 19, 2016 10:07
#18
The_Hoff
londonstinks
Wow not far off a 1080 for 230 quid!!! Wonder if it's worth upgrading my 290?
That's exactly the move I made:
-Fury runs a LOT cooler.
-Fury uses less power.
-Fury is significantly more powerful, particularly at 1440p.
You'll get a decent price for the 290 as they're still in good demand by eth miners. Check to see if you can flash it to a 290X before you sell it (if you decide to).
4gb v ram doe
1 Like #19
The_Hoff

My 970 is beefy, it'll be near the top of those charts... somewhere... near... top... ah, halfway down with the Fury getting near double the performance. Yeah maybe it's time for an upgrade.


Edited By: CampGareth on Dec 19, 2016 10:24
#20
Only 12 left with 4 sold in the last couple of hours
#21
donbarney
4gb v ram doe

RX 480 8GB running Lords of the Fallen (~6GB usage). Fury X 4GB running Lords of the Fallen same settings as RX 480 8GB, what a stuttering crashing mess :p ....

Edited By: gupsterg on Dec 19, 2016 10:33
#22
gupsterg
donbarney
4gb v ram doe
RX 480 8GB running Lords of the Fallen (~6GB usage). Fury X 4GB running Lords of the Fallen same settings as RX 480 8GB, what a stuttering crashing mess :p ....

nice! looks like it does pretty good on a old ish game like that but lets see how it does in 1/2 years with the games that are forthcoming :)


Edited By: donbarney on Dec 19, 2016 10:36
#23
donbarney
Good deal! no chance of this fitting in my pc case tho, And I would have thought some forthcoming games might struggle if you have settings on ultra as the 4GB wont be enough

As gupster said, comparing a HBM vs non-HBM card in the VRAM stakes really isn't relevant.

Memory interface width:
Fury: 4,096 bit
1060: 192 bit
1070: 256 bit

Completely different animal.
1 Like #24
donbarney
gupsterg
donbarney
4gb v ram doe
RX 480 8GB running Lords of the Fallen (~6GB usage). Fury X 4GB running Lords of the Fallen same settings as RX 480 8GB, what a stuttering crashing mess :p ....
nice! looks like it does pretty good on a old ish game like that but lets see how it does in 1/2 years with the games that are forthcoming :)


Did you blink when you scrolled through the benchmarks I posted? Quit trolling and start reading. There's no reason to believe the Fury will be left behind more than the 1060 and 1070's of this world.

Actually if you look at AMD's track record, they support their products for much longer than NVidia do.

Edited By: The_Hoff on Dec 19, 2016 10:44
#25
That's an insane find! Incredible card at that price
#26
Excuse my ignorance if this is a stupid question, is this a Fury card or Fury X? ...or are they one and the same?

I have a 280x in my second rig right now (in crossfire) and I hate it. I was looking to upgrade it to either a 1070 or 1080, would this be a better choice? just wondering if something will popup during boxing day sales.
1 Like #27
umirza85
Excuse my ignorance if this is a stupid question, is this a Fury card or Fury X? ...or are they one and the same?
I have a 280x in my second rig right now (in crossfire) and I hate it. I was looking to upgrade it to either a 1070 or 1080, would this be a better choice? just wondering if something will popup during boxing day sales.
You're quite right to point out that this is a Fury, not a Fury X as listed in the above benchmarks. However the difference is less than 10%, so won't change the numbers massively.
1 Like #28
umirza85
Excuse my ignorance if this is a stupid question, is this a Fury card or Fury X? ...or are they one and the same?
I have a 280x in my second rig right now (in crossfire) and I hate it. I was looking to upgrade it to either a 1070 or 1080, would this be a better choice? just wondering if something will popup during boxing day sales.

Its a Fury. The Fury X is the full chip. This is 7/8 of the chip.

Not expecting any significant drops from Nvidia on the 1070 or 1080 (as they don't need too). If you plan on playing at 4k this generation then you have to go 1080. If not sell the 280x's and grab a Fury. Will keep you going for a while until 4K gaming can be had at the third tier cards (usually good price point).
#29
I wonder if this is signs that the next gen Vega based GPU's are finally around the corner, though ruumours also suggest another dual GPU card is going to be released before then.
#30
umirza85
Excuse my ignorance if this is a stupid question, is this a Fury card or Fury X? ...or are they one and the same?
I have a 280x in my second rig right now (in crossfire) and I hate it. I was looking to upgrade it to either a 1070 or 1080, would this be a better choice? just wondering if something will popup during boxing day sales.

The Fury will sit between the Fury X and the Nano (as per comment under benchs).
1 Like #31
Thanks for the deal just bought one with paypal credit which means i dont pay any interest for 4 months i was going to get a 1070 but no good deals around even 2nd hand prices are to high this is so much better value 9 left in stock
#32
Is this a significant upgrade over a sapphire rx 480 nitro+ oc? I have a 1440p monitor and with a bit of tweaking can run most titles at this resolution 60fps. Although it does run pretty hot and loud when pushed! Wondering if worth the hassle of selling to get this?
#33
EportJake
Seems my PSU would take it.
Couple of questions:
What sort of improvement will I get over my 3gb 780?
Is 4gb RAM going to be sufficient in 2 years time?
I only game at 1080p at the moment. Thanks,
Jake.


​It should be significantly faster than a 780. By the way, you should really upgrade your ram to at least 8gb.
#34
rogersmore
Is this a significant upgrade over a sapphire rx 480 nitro+ oc? I have a 1440p monitor and with a bit of tweaking can run most titles at this resolution 60fps. Although it does run pretty hot and loud when pushed! Wondering if worth the hassle of selling to get this?
Not worth it imo, unless you got a great price on your 480. I've got the same card (MSI version) and it's more than man enough.
#35
this card keeps on dropping
search XFX fury on hukd and you'll see it comes down 10 quid every month or so
I'm still holding out for RX490 & 500 series - even if the top is expensive, it'll make everything else less expensive
#36
Perfect timing - thanks OP - only 7 left now
1 Like #37
robodan918
this card keeps on dropping
search XFX fury on hukd and you'll see it comes down 10 quid every month or so
I'm still holding out for RX490 & 500 series - even if the top is expensive, it'll make everything else less expensive

Its because they made a load of chips that haven't sold. As its seems its the Fury that is dropping in price they have many of these binned chips (fiji pro) about. What nobody could work out was that the refinement of the process never got any better with fiji. Then the Pro Duo appeared with all the best binned chips (high power). But what happend to all the refined low power binned chips that they were using in the nano? Well they were saving them up for the Instinct MI8.

I expect fiji has stopped production now.
#38
=GAVINLEWISHUKD
I expect fiji has stopped production now.

AFAIK Yes, there will be no more cards produced so it might be best to get one now as once they're gone, they're gone!

No sign of any other than XFX Fury tho, strange? No Fury X on sale, or Pro Duo? Maybe all sold...

I don't think they have DVI-D connectors either so won't be much use with my Qnix OC monitor which has a single port :-(
#39
The_Hoff
EportJake
Seems my PSU would take it.
Couple of questions:
What sort of improvement will I get over my 3gb 780?
Is 4gb RAM going to be sufficient in 2 years time?
I only game at 1080p at the moment. Thanks,
Jake.
Jake, most of your questions are answered in the post above, but your existing card really doesn't measure up to a Fury in any respect - David and Goliath.
If your PSU can take it there's nothing at that price that will touch it. I'm actually going to measure up and see if I can accommodate another...
Which brings me to my next point, make sure you can physically fit the card in your chassis, these cards are LONG.
If it's anything like my Sapphire, you'll need a PSU with the relevant connections, 2x 8 PIN. TDP under load is circa 200W, it'll peak at 225W under insane load.
Just read the spec on Novatech, ignore the minimum PSU spec. I'm running an i7 4770K on a 650W, these will run on a decent 500W just fine.
Voted hot OP, superb deal!
For those holding out on the next cards, rumour is they too will use HBM2 which I think ultimately will benefit existing HBM cards from a driver perspective. Also worth noting that this card is overkill for 1080P, really it stretches its legs at 1440P.
DX12:http://gamegpu.com/images/stories/Test_GPU/Action/Battlefield_1/new/b1_1920_12.pnghttp://gamegpu.com/images/stories/Test_GPU/Action/Battlefield_1/new/b12560_12.png
DX11:http://gamegpu.com/images/stories/Test_GPU/Action/Battlefield_1/new/b1_2560.pnghttp://gamegpu.com/images/stories/Test_GPU/Action/Battlefield_1/new/b1_1920.pngThis Fury will sit in the middle of the Fury X and Nano benchs.
I'm tempted. Don't "need" an upgrade, my 285 performs fine when I'm not hitting vram limits at 1080p but these are incredibly tempting - would love to just crank up the settings and forget about it! I would still be worried about my PSU though. 530 watt, but 5 years old and powering a bunch of drives, expansion cards (filled all my slots) and an i5 2500k at 4.5ghz... Just not worth it for me if I have to spend another £70 on a decent PSU!
#40
7 left in stock, playing roulette until the last one

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