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Sapphire Tri-X Radeon R9 Fury Review – Conclusion

Starting with the build quality and design of the Tri-X Fury we have a card which is quite interesting… one of the cool things about Fury X was its compact size and so having the Fury use this large cooler in some ways feels a little bit disappointing. That said, to cool the GPU while retaining this configuration would have been quite a challenge with a large single fan, or maybe two smaller ones… so we can understand this approach. Size issues aside, the quality is good. We’re getting the same HBM and GPU as the more expensive model and Sapphire add a nice backplate, LEDs and frame to the card which is ideal. Plenty of chunky heatpipes too.

Performance is very good, across the board. Power use is a little below the Fury X as expected and compares well with the GTX 980. Temperatures are very good, decent idle for a card which runs fanless/silent at low load and very minimal noise from the fans to sit at 71c which is about 10c below the average GTX 980 series card. 3DMark scores show the Fury sitting between the GTX 980/Ti which is where it is priced and in games we regularly were able to play at 4k. It would be great for AMD/Sapphire to knock £50 or so off the retail price of this card and make the decision vs. 980 much easier but as things stand the Tri-X Fury offers competitive performance against that model and comes pretty close to the level of Fury X.

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2 Comments

  1. BB

    Looks like a pretty cool card. I think i’ll wait to see what the smaller Fury looks like/does.

  2. Headloser

    Sapphire really know their GPU card.
    But i be waiting to see what Fury Nano GPU have to offer.
    Plus since AMD going to release a 14mm Version of Fury with 8 GB next year. I would hold off until they release it.

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