Review: AMD Fury X

The Fury X

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Thanks to the HBM memory and included AIO, the card itself is just 8-inches in length. The inside of the card has tubes running out from the pump to the 120mm radiator that needs to be housed somewhere in your case.

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The card using 2 x 8pin PCIe power cables. AMD have also included a tachometer LED strip that details the level of GPU usage in realtime. This can be turned off, or the LED’s changed from Red to Blue.

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The included radiator and fan come in at 60mm thick . This should should hopefully keep the Fury X nice a cool under load.


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The Fury X includes 3 x DisplayPort 1.2 connections, and a single HDMI 1.4. It’s disappointing to not see HDMI 2.0 on the card, as it prevents the card from being used on 99-percent of UHD TV’s. Perhaps an adapter will be available in the future, but no guarantee.

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That’s the Fury X in the flesh. We can see the 4 HBM stacks surrounding the GPU Core and on top of the interposer that connects them together. Now it’s time to take a look at the important numbers.

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