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AMD Radeon R9 Fury HBM overclocked 100% with LN2 cooling

Posted on Wednesday, August 12 2015 @ 18:59:32 CEST by

Overclocker Xtreme Addict on HWBot got his hands on an ASUS Radeon R9 Fury Strix and achieved massive overclocks on the card.

After unlocking disabled Compute Units to enable Fury X like performance with the help of CUINFO, he also activated the hotwire soldering points and did various other mods like a 0.95v Rail mod, trimpot/hotwire VGPU, VMEM, VPLL (VDDCI) mods.

The result is definitely impressive, Xtreme Addict achieved a GPU frequency of 1450MHz and overclocked the High Bandwidth Memory (HBM) to 1000MHz, a 100 percent overclock!

The stock card delivers 6237 points in the 3DMark Fire Strike Extreme test, this jumps to 6756 after unlocking the CUs but then the fun begins with 8121 points after overclocking on air cooling, to eventually 10033 points with the card fully overclocked with LN2 cooling.
The Fury graphics card is a lower bin variant of AMD's top model Fury X with a slightly lower amount of Compute Units. But unlike the Fury X, AIB partners like ASUS, Sapphire, MSI, and others are allowed to slap the GPU on a custom designed PCB for better overclocking and better performance. In a comprehensive overclocking guide, Xtreme Addict walks you through the steps to fully unleash the ASUS Radeon R9 Fury Strix graphics card.
LN2 fully unlocked STRIX Fury



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