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AMD Fury X Cooling Solution Detailed

AMD Fury X Cooling Solution Detailed

AMD Fury and Fury X Prices announced

AMD Fury X Cooling Solution Detailed

 

The Cooling Solution for AMD's Fury X GPU will keep the GPU below 50 Degrees and at a whisper quiet 32 dB, which is much cooler and Quieter than the GTX 980Ti, which is known to run at an 84 degrees under load and at a much louder noise level of 40dB.

 

 

When comparing the AMD R9 Fury X to the R9 290X you could say that AMD has pretty much improved their GPU tech in every way. This GPU used a newer, lower power and higher performance HBM memory architecture, it has more GPU cores than the R9 290X and does all this while running much cooler, quieter and while consuming less power.

AMD have said the the Fury X will be an "overclockers dream", stating that their water cooler is capable of dissipating 500W of thermal energy, while the R9 Fury X only has a TDP of 275W while under maximum load. 

The GPU offers a 6 phase power design, which allows the GPU to deliver a whopping 400 watts of power, AMD have said that they have intentionally overdesigned this GPUs power delivery in order to deliver amazingly high overclocks. 

 

AMD Fury X Cooling Solution Detailed

 

When looking at this cards PCB you can see that this GPU is small, especially when compared o the R9 290X, the GPU's use of HBM memory allows the GPU to use up 94% less space for memory when compared to a GPU with an equivalent amount of GDDR5 memory.

This change in memory design will also greatly decrease PCB complexity, meaning that less PCB layers need to be used and more space can be provided to the GPU's power delivery while also making the PCB cheaper to produce. 

  AMD Fury X Cooling Solution Detailed  

Looking at the GPU's cooler under the shroud, we can see that AMD's Fury X will be using a much more specialized water cooling unit than the R9 295X2 did, with both the PCB and the surrounding board being cooled by the AIO and a covering plate.

AMD's R9 Fury X will be releasing on June 24th for $649, meaning that it is pegged to take on the GTX 980Ti and the Titan X. Until we get a sample for review we do not know how well that R9 Fury X will compete, but right now it looks like it will be a close fight. 

 

You can join the discussion on the AMD R9 Fury X on the OC3D Forums. 

 

 

The Cooling Solution for AMD's Fury X GPU will keep the GPU below 50 Degrees and at a whisper quiet 32 dB, which is much...

Posted by OC3D on Wednesday, 17 June 2015
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17-06-2015, 07:39:05

Thelosouvlakia
Bring on the 40000000000000 AMPS WE CAN HANDLE ALL OF IT!! :PQuote

17-06-2015, 07:52:24

WYP
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Originally Posted by Thelosouvlakia View Post
Bring on the 40000000000000 AMPS WE CAN HANDLE ALL OF IT!! :P
Yeah, typo, should have wrote watts of power. lolQuote

17-06-2015, 08:11:43

Tolemac
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Originally Posted by Thelosouvlakia View Post
Bring on the 40000000000000 AMPS WE CAN HANDLE ALL OF IT!! :P
Gooooooo JR heheheQuote

17-06-2015, 11:11:49

Jbo1234
It does make sense that it is a custom cooling solution seeing that the chip is such a unique size aka damn massive. Hopefully it will be cool and quiet.Quote

17-06-2015, 11:39:44

TPC
looks like one of the server type AIOs asetek produced for 1U racks.Quote
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