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SAPPHIRE NITRO Radeon R9 FURY Review – Performance

Testing was performed on the Intel Core i7-5960X running on an X99 board with 16GB of DDR4 and a Samsung 850 Pro SSD. Windows 10 was the OS and all games along with the OS were patched.

AMD Driver: 16.1.1
NVIDIA Driver: 361.75



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SAPPHIRE NITRO Radeon R9 FURY Review – Conclusion

Back when we tested the Tri-X version of Sapphires Fury card we found it to be an impressive card, running quiet but offering excellent performance at higher resolutions. With the Nitro version build quality has received a bump, as has the GPU speed and therefore framerate.

In our tests the Nitro R9 Fury was more than capable of competing with the GTX 980 in the latest games and we very much like that it runs silent when under low load or at idle.  In fact even when gaming the card is whisper quiet. Of course the feature set is excellent, offering everything we expect from the Fiji GPU including support for VR, DirectX 12 and enhanced video playback features. We can also utilise GPU computing on the Fury, assisting the CPU in productivity applications to reduce processing time.

Summary: A great version of the R9 Fury which offers a high level of build quality, decent aesthetics and impressive performance.

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Stuart Davidson

Stuart Davidson is Senior Editor at HardwareHeaven having joined the site in 2002.

1 Comment

  1. MDM

    It is mentioned in the reviews, but no one says what position is what:

    1. the default BIOS of TDP 260w and a target T of 75C,

    2. the second BIOS of TDP 300w and a target T of 80C!

    Namely, light on is what (pressed), light off (unpressed) is what??

    In my testing in both positions temperature under stress stopped at exactly 79C?? And that left me puzzled in the dark…