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