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Sapphire to release R9 Fury Nitro in January

Sapphire to release R9 Fury Nitro in January

Sapphire to release R9 Fury Nitro in January

Sapphire to release R9 Fury Nitro in January

 

Sapphire is going to release their R9 Fury Nitro in January as a replacement of their currently available R9 Fury Tri-X. This new GPU from Sapphire will have an all new PCB design that features higher quality components and will have a DVI output on the rear of the GPU instead of including a DisplayPort to DVI adapter. 

  

Sapphire to release R9 Fury Nitro in January  Sapphire to release R9 Fury Nitro in January  

 

Since this GPU is intended to be a direct replacement of Sapphire's existing R9 Fury Tri-X the price of this GPU will remain the same as the Tri-X. 

This GPU will be clocked at 1050MHz on the GPU core and at 500MHz on the memory, which is a 50MHz boost on the GPU core when compared to the existing R9 Fury Tri-X. 

 

Sapphire to release R9 Fury Nitro in January  

In terms of aesthetics Sapphire move to a much more neutral Black and silver colour scheme, removing the orange that was in the original design. 

The cooler is also taller on the new Nitro model, which should help this cooler remain cooler and quieter under load thanks ot the extra fin-space on the cooler. 

 

You can join the discussion on Sapphire's R9 Fury Nitro on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

16-12-2015, 06:57:07

TPC
I said it on the release, Custom PCB's will come.Quote

16-12-2015, 07:19:45

AlienALX
So they built the first one with low quality components? Quote

16-12-2015, 16:39:34

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
So they built the first one with low quality components?
Says "higher", means what once was high will now be higherQuote

16-12-2015, 17:33:49

TPC
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Says "higher", means what once was high will now be higher
utter bull -> acceptable quality

still "higher"Quote

17-12-2015, 00:10:25

Kushiro
The Tri-X is still one of the best Fury variants anyways. Why complain about something better for the same price..Quote
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