Yesterday saw the official release of AMD’s new high-end graphics card, the Fury X. Giant chip, many shader cores, HBM, no HDMI 2.0, small board, liquid cooling – the specs are old news by now.
However, what all readers do like to know more about is benchmarks and we published a lot of them yesterday in a remarkably succinct (we saved the long exposition bits for our Dutch review) article that is all about graphs, graphs, graphs. 12 games, plus 3DMark, 3 resolutions, 2 quality settings. Oh, and some temperature, noise and overclocking (incl. HBM overclocking) results, but who’s counting.
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