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SAPPHIRE Radeon R9 Fury DirectX 12 100379SR 4GB 4096-Bit HBM PCI Express 3.0 x16 HDCP Ready CrossFireX Support TRI-X (UEFI) Video Card

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  • 4GB 4096-Bit HBM
  • Core Clock 1000 MHz
  • 1 x HDMI 3 x DisplayPort
  • PCI Express 3.0 x16

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Ownership: more than 1 year
Verified Owner
1/ 5
Terrible Company, artificially designed to fail at the enf or warranty

Pros: Was fine until it broke

Cons: Extreme coil whine since day one.

Started artifacting due to bad vram over the holidays, which was right before warranty expired. They're not refusing to honor the warranty now since I didn't contact them in time. Terrible customer service experience, rude, and terse. 0/10

My suggestion would be to never deal with Sapphire as their support is terrible and it would appear they design their cards to fail immediately after warranty expires, though even if that is not the case, they seem to search for any reason not to honor warranty. There are other companies that are much friendlier to deal with when _their_ hardware fails.

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
3/ 5
Fury powers it all! Uh oh ... not any more ...

Pros: The Fury Tri-x from Sapphire is an awesome premium card. Some people have had issues according to other reviews but this card installed without any issues. It is driving 3 27" 1080p monitors and a 55" 4K TV (as a monitor). This card is powerful enough to run Civil 3D 2015 without a hitch!

Cons: None so far. Up until a few weeks ago (January 22, 2016) , I didn't have any issues running 3 4k Acer monitors through DP connection with a 55" Samsung 4k TV through HDMI (yes, not really 4k but everything ran). I started to get flickering in the monitors like they were turning on and off (even with the TV off but connected) while playing Diablo III. Today, one of the monitors went blank. Rebooted machine to see if it would correct. No go. Tried the usual plug & unplug to see if the DP would rectify but no go. Unplugged the HDMI cable and the DP monitor that was black came back on. HDMI plugged back in and monitor turned off again. Not sure if this is a cable issue yet or not. Everything was rocking since I bought this card and all of a sudden POOF there were problems. Left HDMI cable attached to card and unplugged from Samsung hub and monitor came back on. It looks like the problem is the hub that came with the Samsung tv. The Samsung I have is the UN55JU7100. In order to connect devices to the TV, they all must go through the factory "smart hub" which has a single proprietary connection to the TV. So, if you are looking to connect to the TV that I happen to have (or others that are similar), you may encounter this same problem. Even after disconnecting the TV, the monitors are still flickering (even when not playing a game).

I will give another update after speaking with Samsung.

The issue wasn't with the Samsung component(s). The card was RMA'd and a new one arrived. Again, after one month of flawless performance driving all monitors and the TV, the card stopped supporting the 4th screen. As it turns out, the HDMI port isn't bad. I could disconnect one monitor and the TV would come on when hooked into the HDMI port. So, it looks like there is either a problem with the Sapphire card itself or the 4GB of HBM being used on the card. The card is supposed to drive four monitors but it is not capable of doing so. Don't buy this card or others like it if you are driving four monitors. For three monitor setup, 5 Eggs for sure. For four monitors, 1 Egg. Average is 3 Eggs.

Other Thoughts: Don't count Team Red (AMD) out of the game yet. Fury, HBM, Zen + others are going to usher in VR in a big way -- watch out Teams Green & Blue!

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Good

Pros: -Thick PCB
-Huge heatsink; quiet fans
-Price
-Does its job
-Unlockable cores
-Freesync is CHEAP
-Behaves in Linux

Cons: If you play AAA titles and need bleeding edge optimizations/drivers then I would think twice. Historically AMD's driver releases are a little slower (and stable) but they're pushing new software

Limited amount of 1440p/TRUE Ultrawide/4K Freesync displays

After a clean shutdown: no display; one of the LED's would be green, fans on--but nothing on my screen (no POST, boot manager, loading screen). Luckily I duplicate display to onboard graphics for a clean reset that brings everything to normal. Primary adapter set to PCI in BIOS...could be drivers, could be Windows--probably Windows

Runs a little bit hotter than counterpart

Other Thoughts: Driver releases aren't a con for me as I'm the type to play 1-2 titles for YEARS. I value stability and support

Overwatch Beta, baremetal Intel 2500k STOCK:
Around 74c in 1080p epic settings (144hz freesync), hovered between 130-140fps; I don't think this game is optimized for AMD yet. Was with a friend who has a 970 and his was pushing 68c but I think he maxed out at 70 (60hz 1080p display). I read that the game caps at <100 so I'm not sure why I was getting higher fps. Game still has bugs but the max number i saw was 155fps

Either is a fine choice for Overwatch. I chose AMD because (aside from it being on sale) I'm betting that these scale better when I jump to 1440p Ultrawide and 4K. I don't like the proprietary premium that comes with the competition but I do like efficiency. If you can wait for Freesync displays to start trickling out then start here

In my experience AMD's have always behaved well in Linux as a VM GPU. Early-on if the VM put the display to sleep an NVIDIA would not wake the screen and I would be forced to kill the VM, reset the server (IRQ handling?).This was on an intel 3770/ Asrock Extreme7 VT-d rig. After a few years the kernel/drivers matured and both performed beautifully

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
5/ 5
This card freakin' rocks!

Pros: Runs super quite performance is pretty dang awesome!

Cons: None that I can think of , except maybe I wish AMD worked a little harder on getting their drivers up to date with certain game titles. Not a Sapphire problem though.

Other Thoughts: I play a lot of the racing sims , and most of them are coded to work well with a single card , and don't play very well with either crossfire or Sli. I had a crossfired Sapphire 7970 setup in my sim computer and needed more power in in the video cards. I swapped out the two 7970's and in most of my racing titles like Iracing , RF2 , AC , GSCE and RRE....I dang near got 2 - 3X more frame rates , with more eye candy turned on! Looks freakin sweet all on a 34" Acer 2K 3440 X 1440 monitor. The combo is better than anything I could have hoped for!

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
1/ 5
Good...ish

Pros: Great when they work, max out every game i play at 2560x1080

Cons: I bought two of these cards to run in crossfire and when one went bad i thought nothing of it and sent it through the RMA process...but i then stated having problems with the second card...wasnt mad and just went through the rma process to get a working card back. The card(which came out only a few months ago) is out of stock at all major retailers. Classy. Probably wont buy sapphire again with this type of business practice

Other Thoughts: Buy Asus, worth the Asus tax

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Fast, relatively quiet, low temps.

Pros: -Due to having 3 fans, it obviously helps keep temps low. Stays around ~30-40 degrees Celsius idle, like, 60-70 degrees under high load? Pretty good.
-You'd think that with 3 fans, that would also make it pretty loud, but I never hear any sound from it idle, and under load it's still really not that loud. However, my case does have noise suppression, so your mileage may vary on that end.
-Every game I've run with this has consistently reached 60fps EASY on between high to ultra. Could probably reach 144hz if you wanted to lower some settings, or put it in Crossfire with another one of these. Gets 300fps on CS:GO at full settings, if you care about that.
-When your PC is on, there are blue LED lights on the card that light up depending on how much load the card is under (8 lights max). IT'S SEXY AS HELL.

Cons: -It's pretty big, make sure you have enough space in your case for it. I had to take out the extra mounting spaces in my Define R4 to fit it. Also makes it kinda hard to take out the card from the PCI Express slot due to that.
-Makes sorting wires in the case a little harder because it takes up a lot of space. Once again, make sure your case is big enough. I didn't dock an egg for these because the case problem is mostly my fault.

Other Thoughts: I would definitely recommend this product to my friends, although if you're willing to go ~$100 up, I'd get the Fury X instead. It's smaller, watercooled, and is faster.

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
1/ 5
DO NOT BUY IT

Pros: very cool even under load only 65 C ,fan not even moving

Cons: Had this card on november 2015, at first its working fine but i notice some artifact while in game. i thought maybe some driver issue but after couple update, artifact still there and becoming noticable and some time even made the game froze on BO 3. this is unacceptable for $500 which sapphire have to do quality control for they high end card before they release it to market.
very very very disappointment on this card which i had high hope to replace my 290

Other Thoughts: right now i am trying to call athlon micro to get RMA or waranty service from them ( finger X)

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
1/ 5
Lemon product compounded by problematic RMA

Pros: * Quiet Cooling (when it worked and fans were lower than 20% speed)
* Fast frame rates in multiple titles (again, when it worked)

Cons: * Died within 30 days
* Continuously crashed what, prior to introduction of the R9 Fury, was a very stable system

I was excited to get the framerate bump that everyone else has been raving about. Overall reviews between the Nano (which is now priced reasonably), the Fury, and the Fury X led me to select the Fury based on the price/performance ratio. The card arrived promptly, and I unpacked it and prepped my system for install. The metallic sticker that adorns the heatsink/fan combo wasn't fully affixed, which had me concerned that this may not have been new. Throwing caution over a cosmetic imperfection to the wind, I installed the card, loaded up the drivers, and went to town.

Initial tests with games that do not stress prior generation video cards demonstrated great framerates for an hour or two, followed by crashes. At some points the video would go to black and the system would require a hard reset to recover. This incurred havoc with a RAID-10 Intel RST array, and continued to get worse as time progressed. In an effort to overcome risks associated with errata in prior Crimson driver releases, the Sapphire Trixx utility was downloaded and the fans were ramped up to a speed that would help rule out overheating of the GPU. Between 30%-50% and >70% fan speeds, there was a noticeable coil whine that was driving the canine in the house crazy.

Ramping up the fans bought me an extra 30-60 minutes before the inevitable app or system crash would occur. Right around the 28-day mark, I powered down the system and powered it back up. The computer came on, but the display did not. Instead of the multitude of blue LEDs appearing to show the card was performing, there was a single red LED.

Other Thoughts: Newegg issued the RMA without much fuss, but UPS failed hard and somehow "lost the label" affixed to the package... at the UPS Store.. by UPS employees. I'm in h-e-double-hockey-sticks trying to get this mess sorted out, and I've been without a video card for almost a month now. This was my first and will be my last Sapphire card.

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