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XFX Prepares Fury GPU with Fury X Style Cooler

XFX Prepares Fury GPU with Fury X Style Cooler

XFX Prepares Fury GPU with Fury X Style Cooler

XFX Prepares Fury GPU with Fury X Style Cooler

 

It looks like XFX will soon be releasing a version of AMD's R9 Fury GPU using a custom version of AMD's reference R9 Fury X cooler, allowing users to buy an AMD R9 Fury which is water cooled at stock.

Since AMD does not allow board partners to modify the R9 Fury X we will almost definitely not be seeing a R9 Fury X GPU with these cooler modifications, which is a shame as I do like this stealthy black look to AMD's reference design. 

Videocardz does say that this GPU is a custom version of AMD's Fury X, but their own leaked pictures say that this GPU is a Fury and not a Fury X, meaning that this GPU is not using a Full AMD Fiji GPU core. 

  XFX Prepares Fury GPU with Fury X Style Cooler  

We already have seen XFX's Air cooled version of this GPU and we can see that this GPU will be using the same reference AMD PCB and will be using the same XFX backplate

Right now we do not know how highly this GPU will be clocked, but we expect it to be between 1000MHz and 1050MHz like all other existing R9 Fury GPUs. 

 

XFX Prepares Fury GPU with Fury X Style Cooler  XFX Prepares Fury GPU with Fury X Style Cooler   

XFX is preparing an R9 Fury GPU

 

Seeing an R9 Fury GPU coming form another manufacturer could be a sign that the low supply of AMD's Fiji GPUs may soon be over, but we cannot know for sure at this time. 

Since this is only leaked images we cannot confirm their authenticity or when XFX plans on releasing this GPU. Videocardz has been a very reliable source for Video card leaks in the past, so we should expect an announcement from XFX about these GPUs within the coming weeks. 

 

You can join the discussion on XFX's R9 Fury GPU with a custom Fury X cooler on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

21-09-2015, 10:26:26

barnsley
I can't help but think that shroud looks really cheap. Its a shame they couldn't have done it in a nicer way.Quote

21-09-2015, 11:04:25

Agost
Yay! Now with 50% more confused consumersQuote

21-09-2015, 12:57:46

RickPlaysWarr
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Originally Posted by Agost View Post
Yay! Now with 50% more confused consumers
I have to agree with this statement. I think that it looks way to much like the Fury X and it will confuse people.Quote

21-09-2015, 13:43:36

Agost
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Originally Posted by RickPlaysWarr View Post
I have to agree with this statement. I think that it looks way to much like the Fury X and it will confuse people.
Current AMD lineup is already quite confusing for people who don't follow the gpu market

I mean, all those Xs, R9 3xx and Fury, the Nano etcQuote

21-09-2015, 17:33:04

WYP
I've just looked at my source again, it looks like they have changed it lol.

They originally said that the GPU was a Fury X, but I pointed out that the box said Fury, without an X. I guess they realized that they were wrong.Quote
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