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6.7 Out of 10
by www.tweaktown.com (Oct, 2015)
4K gaming is something that AMD says is the best on the Fury X, thanks to it being "fueled by a 4096-bit high-bandwidth memory interface for extreme performance and power efficiency.
by Anthony-Garreffa (Sep, 2015)
It's the best demonstration of High Bandwidth Memory and its far-reaching benefits, too.
Benchmarks Real world tests of the Radeon R9 M295X
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by Sebastian Peak |
GPU Clock: Up to 1000 – 1100 MHz (exact number not known). Memory Clock: 5500 – 6000 MHz (exact number not known).
No, no you wouldn't because the 4GB framebuffer is simply not enough for anything above 4K right now, which is why we see a few of AMD's marketing pushes for the Fury X using medium detail in some games, as it greatly reduces the amount of framebuffer required. I'm an enthusiast who loves 60FPS+ gaming, anything below this isn't good enough.
by Anthony Garreffa |
We have definitely enjoyed having smaller enthusiast video cards in all of the Fiji-powered cards, the R9 Nano, R9 Fury, and R9 Fury X. The R9 Nano in particular is an amazing achievement for AMD - price and issues aside. Starting off with the Heaven results at 4K without AA enabled, the scaling between 1, 2, 3 and 4 GPUs is actually quite good.
Starting with 3DMark at 1080p, we see that the R9 Nano falls right into this spot, where it is 9% faster than the overclocked R9 390X, and 13% slower than the Fury X. Increasing up to the 1440p run of 3DMark, the R9 Nano is 14% slower than the Fury X, while at 4K it is 16% slower. Starting with Battlefield 4, the R9 Nano is more than capable of delivering an awesome gaming experience with an average of 91FPS.
Specifications Full list of technical specs
|Clock speed||723 MHz|
|Is dual GPU||No|
|Texture mapping units||128|
|Render output processors||32|
|Pixel rate||23.14 GPixel/s|
|Texture rate||92.5 GTexel/s|
|Floating-point performance||2,961.4 GFLOPS|
|Memory clock speed||1,250 MHz|
|Effective memory clock speed||5,000 MHz|
|Memory bus||256 bit|
|Memory bandwidth||160 GB/s|
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