Report: ASUS STRIX AMD Radeon Fury (Non-X) Card Listings Found

Subject: Graphics Cards | July 3, 2015 - 08:45 PM |
Tagged: strix, rumor, report, Radeon Fury, asus, amd

A report from shows three listings for an unreleased ASUS STRIX version of the AMD Radeon Fury (non-X).

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The listings are from European sites, and all three list the same model name: ASUS-STRIX R9FURY-DC3-4G-GAMING. You can find the listing from the above photo here at the German site Computer-PC-Shop.

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We can probably safely assume that this upcoming air-cooled card will make use of the new DirectCU III cooler introduced with the new STRIX GTX 980 Ti and STRIX R9 390X, and this massive triple-fan cooler should provide an interesting look at what Fury can do without the AIO liquid cooler from the Fury X. Air cooling will of course negate the issue of pump whine that many have complained about with certain Fury X units.

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The ASUS STRIX R9 390X Gaming card with DirectCU III cooler

We await offical word on this new GPU, and what price we might expect this particular version to sell for here in the U.S.A.

Source: VideoCardz

July 4, 2015 | 09:03 PM - Posted by nevzim (not verified)

Finally head to head competition. No whine, not even from Nvidia fanboys.

July 6, 2015 | 03:05 AM - Posted by Irishgamer01

Well it won't be competition for Nvidia.
Guess, performance wise, it will be something over 980 and under 980 TI.
If the price is right though they could sell loads of them.
(Above prices are too dear.)

Just have to remember the Driver situation with AMD.
Like 6 months and no official driver update! (Beta doesn't count)

July 6, 2015 | 10:30 AM - Posted by Daniel Nielsen (not verified)

As some one who have run cards from both vendors for years. I can only say that i havent had any issues with AMD drivers, nor their beta drivers. I have had my 290x for a bit over a year now i think. And i have been running betas for most of that time.

Before that my 680 ran fine with beta drivers as well.

I dont really understand why we need to make this a big issue every time, both companies come up in a sentence.

July 6, 2015 | 03:50 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

"Air cooling will of course negate the issue of pump whine that many have complained about with certain Fury X units."

It would be more accurate to say "some have complained about" such as review sites. Many would imply this is a systemic issue. Evidence only supports the problem was limited to an initial batch.

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