SAPPHIRE Radeon™ GRAPHICS CARD

SAPPHIRE Tri-X Radeon™ R9 FURY 4G HBM

The SAPPHIRE Tri-X R9 FURY is based on an exciting new GPU from AMD that combines Graphics Core Next architecture with the revolutionary high bandwidth memory (HBM). This is coupled with a new and sophisticated cooling solution developed specially for this card, based on SAPPHIRE’s award winning multi-heatpipe triple fan Tri-X cooler to allow the card to run totally silently at low loads, and quietly and at low temperatures even when gaming or in demanding applications.

 

Introducing AMD LiquidVR

LiquidVR™ is an AMD initiative dedicated to making VR as comfortable and realistic as possible by creating and maintaining what’s known as “presence” — a state of immersive awareness where situations, objects, or characters within the virtual world seem “real.”  Guided by close collaboration with key technology partners in the ecosystem, LiquidVR™ uses AMD’s GPU software and hardware sub-systems to tackle the common issues and pitfalls of achieving presence, such as reducing motion-to-photon latency to less than 10 milliseconds. This is a crucial step in addressing the common discomforts, such as motion sickness, that may occur when you turn your head in a virtual world and it takes even a few milliseconds too long for a new perspective to be shown.   

 


High Bandwidth Memory

Introducing HBM, a new type of memory chip with low power consumption, ultra-wide communication lanes and a revolutionary new stacked configuration. HBM’s vertical stacking and fast information transfer open the door for truly exciting performance in innovative form factors. And GPU applications are just the start – look for HBM’s superior power efficiency and space savings to spark industry-wide innovation.

Revolutionary HBM breaks the processing bottleneck

HIGH BANDWIDTH

Performance well beyond DDR4/GDDR5/LPDDR4 HIGH BANDWIDTH

POWER EFFICIENCY

>3X the performance per watt of GDDR5

SMALL FORM FACTORS

94% less PCB surface area than GDDR5

INNOVATION

New interconnects, interposer & DRAM type designed by AMD


AMD Freesync technology

No stuttering. No tearing. Just gaming.

AMD FreeSync™ technology allows a compatible graphics card and monitor to dynamically change frame rates for the optimum display quality without tearing or stuay.

Industry-Standard Displayport

Freesync uses industry-standard displayport Adaptive-Sync Eliminates screen tearing without all the usual lag and latency

  • Synchronizes the refresh rate of a compatible monitor to the frame rate of your content, however much it varies
  • Monitor partners are validating with drivers from AMD now 

DirectX® 12

DirectX® 12 is a new, “console-like” graphics API from Microsoft® that empowers game developers with more direct and obvious control of PC hardware. This direct or “explicit” control better exposes the hardware resources of AMD Radeon™ GPUs to yield higher hardware throughput and, ultimately, more performance for users. To put it simply: much more efficient hardware through smarter software! At the discretion of a game developer, this superior efficiency can be spent on higher framerates, lower latency (VR), lower power consumption, better image quality, or some calculated balance of all four. In any scenario, gamers stand to benefit greatly from choosing AMD hardware to run their favorite DirectX® 12 game.


AMD Eyefinity Technology

Multidisplay technology for gaming, productivity and entertainment

We are taking you beyond the boundaries of traditional PC displays. AMD Eyefinity technology expands the traditional limits of desktop computing by multiplying your screen area. With multiple monitors, games become more immersive, workstations become more useful and you become more productive (an average of 42% more productive according to one study).

Take your PC games to the next level of reality and immersion. Most modern games look great on three screens, and only AMD Radeon™ graphics offer you the ability to play across five screens for an eye-popping gaming experience. Other combinations and configurations with up to six screens work too.1 Create your dream display.


AMD Crossfire™  

Harness the power of multiple GPUs

AMD CrossFire™ technology is the ultimate multi-GPU performance gaming platform. Unlocking game-dominating power, AMD CrossFire™ harnesses the power of two or more discrete graphics cards working in parallel to dramatically improve gaming performance.1 AMD CrossFire™ technology ready graphics cards fit practically every budget. With the flexibility to combine two, three or four GPUs, AMD CrossFire™ technology is the perfect solution for those who demand extreme performance.


Two-ball bearing

Dual ball bearings on the fan spindles ensure smooth running and long life and are designed to keep out dust. A quiet cooling solution, Two ball-bearing fan features a high-efficiency blade design.


10mm heat pipe

10mm diameter copper heat pipe has 53% better efficiency at dissipating heat than 8mm heat-pipe. Single 10Ø heat pipe is capable to handle 90W thermal dissipating. (8Ø is designed for TDP 65W). With 1x 10mm, 2 x 8mm and 2x 6mm heat pipe, the module is designed to handle over 300W GPU Power.

 

Frame Rate Target Control

Frame Rate Target Control (FRTC) enables users to set a target maximum frame rate when playing an application in full screen mode; the benefit being that FRTC can reduce GPU power consumption (great for games running at frame rates much higher than the display refresh rate) and therefore reduce heat generation and fan speeds/noise on the graphics card.

Frame Rate Target Control caps performance not only in 3D rendered in-game scenes, but also in splash screens, loading screens and menus, where frame rates can often run needlessly into the hundreds of FPS. Users might wish to set a very high cap just to limit wasteful FPS like that seen in menus and such, while still taking advantage of the responsiveness given by FPS well beyond 60.


Intelligent Fan Control II

Intelligent fan control allows one or more fans to be stopped for lower noise when the card is under light load and automaticaly restarted when the card temperature rises


GPU 3584 Stream Processors
28 nm
Graphics Core Next (GCN)
1000 MHz  Engine Clock
Interface PCI-Express 3.0
Memory 4096 bit Memory Bus
HBM Memory Type
Up to 1000 MHz, Effective Memory Clock
4096 MB Size
BIOS Support UEFI BIOS
Displays Maximum 4 Outputs
Output 1 x HDMI
3 x DisplayPort
Resolution 4096X2160 Pixel DisplayPort Resolution
2160P HDMI Resolution
API OpenGL® 4.5
OpenCL 1.2
DirectX® 12
Shader Model 5.0
Feature AMD CrossFire XDMA
AMD PowerTune
AMD ZeroCore Power Technology
FreeSync Technology
AMD Eyefinity
Quad HD Display (4K*2K Support)
Video Codec Engine (VCE)
AMD HD3D Technology
16K Hours Capacitor
Intelligent Fan Control
10mm Heat Pipe
Dual BIOS
AMD Tress FX Technology
AMD Liquid VR Technology
AMD Virtual Super Resolution(VSR)
AMD TrueAudio Technology
Universal Video Decoder (UVD)
Cooling Tri-X fans
Two ball bearing
Form Factor 2.5 Part Slot Occupied
11.81 x 4.33 x 1.57 Dimension /Inch
300x110x40 Dimension /mm
Power Consumption 375W
OS Windows 10 Windows 8/8.1 Windows 7 
System Requirement 750 Watt Power Supply (Suggestion)
2 x 8-pin AUX Power Connector
4 x 8-pin AUX Power Connector is required for CrossFireX™ system.
CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive for installing software
PCI Express® 2.0 or higher version based PC is required with one X16 lane graphics slot available on the motherboard in order for the card to be compatible with.
Accessory

1 x DisplayPort to DVI Passive Cable (Single-Link)

  • Specifications provided here are for guidance only. Please check with your regional distributor or dealer for latest specifications.
  • Colors of PCB or other components may differ from those illustrated.
  • SAPPHIRE reserves the right to update or revise specifications without prior notice.
  • All trademarks and logos are acknowledged as the property of their respective holders.
GPU 3584 Stream Processors
28 nm
Graphics Core Next (GCN)
1000 MHz  Engine Clock
1040 MHz Boost Engine Clock
Interface PCI-Express 3.0
Memory 4096 bit Memory Bus
HBM Memory Type
Up to 1000 MHz, Effective Memory Clock
4096 MB Size
BIOS Support Legacy BIOS
UEFI BIOS
Displays Maximum 4 Outputs
Output 1 x HDMI
3 x DisplayPort
Resolution 4096X2160 Pixel DisplayPort Resolution
2160P HDMI Resolution
API OpenGL® 4.5
OpenCL 1.2
DirectX® 12
Shader Model 5.0
Feature AMD CrossFire XDMA
AMD PowerTune
AMD ZeroCore Power Technology
FreeSync Technology
AMD Eyefinity
Quad HD Display (4K*2K Support)
AMD HD3D Technology
16K Hours Capacitor
Intelligent Fan Control
10mm Heat Pipe
Dual BIOS
AMD Tress FX Technology
AMD Liquid VR Technology
AMD Virtual Super Resolution(VSR)
AMD TrueAudio Technology
Universal Video Decoder (UVD)
Cooling Tri-X fans
Two ball bearing
Form Factor 2.5 Part Slot Occupied
11.81 x 4.33 x 1.57 Dimension /Inch
300x110x40 Dimension /mm
Power Consumption 375W
OS Windows 10 Windows 8/8.1 Windows 7 
System Requirement 750 Watt Power Supply (Suggestion)
2 x 8-pin AUX Power Connector
4 x 8-pin AUX Power Connector is required for CrossFireX™ system.
CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive for installing software
PCI Express® 2.0 or higher version based PC is required with one X16 lane graphics slot available on the motherboard in order for the card to be compatible with.
Accessory

1 x DisplayPort to DVI Passive Cable (Single-Link)

  • Specifications provided here are for guidance only. Please check with your regional distributor or dealer for latest specifications.
  • Colors of PCB or other components may differ from those illustrated.
  • SAPPHIRE reserves the right to update or revise specifications without prior notice.
  • All trademarks and logos are acknowledged as the property of their respective holders.
Select Your Operating System:

AMD Official Radeon Driver

Obtain the Latest AMD Radeon Official Driver Utility Latest Version
Recommend for the systems running Microsoft Windows to obtain the latest official driver for AMD Graphics product. Click on the Download ​link and a web browser prompt should appear. Select Run from the prompt.

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Windows XP Windows Vista Windows 7 Windows 8/8.1 Windows 10

Catalyst Software Suite

AMD Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.7.1_X64 16.20.1035

Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.7.1 Highlights

    • The Radeon™ RX 480’s power distribution has been improved for AMD reference boards, lowering the current drawn from the PCIe bus.
    • A new “compatibility mode” UI toggle has been made available in the Global Settings menu of Radeon Settings. This option is designed to reduce total power with minimal performance impact if end users experience any further issues. This toggle is “off” by default.
    • Performance improvements for the Polaris architecture that yield performance uplifts in popular game titles of up to 3% [1]. These optimizations are designed to improve the performance of the Radeon™ RX 480, and should substantially offset the performance impact for users who choose to activate the "compatibility" toggle.

Fixed Issues

    • Radeon™ RX 480 limited PCI-E Bandwidth (PCI-E bandwidth is now at the correct speed on the Radeon™ RX 480) with Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.7.1.
    • Minor stuttering no longer occurs in Grand Theft Auto V on Radeon™ RX 480 with Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.7.1.
    • Video corruption will not be observed in DOOM with resolutions above 1920x1080 with Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.7.1.
    • Hitman™ graphical corruption no longer occurs when the game is set to use DirectX®12 API and using zoom with weapons with Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.7.1.
    • Display will not exhibit minor flicker on Radeon™ RX 480 when Freesync is enabled on a games launch or exit with Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.7.1.

Known Issues

    • A few game titles may fail to launch or crash if the AMD Gaming Evolved overlay is enabled. A temporary workaround is to disable the AMD Gaming Evolved "In Game Overlay".
    • Radeon™ Pro Duo may experience a black screen in Total War™: Warhammer with the games API set to DirectX®12 and V-Sync enabled.
    • DiRT™ Rally may experience flickering terrain in some races when the advanced blending option is enabled in the games settings page.
    • Some Overdrive settings may not appear in Radeon Settings for Radeon™ Fury X when in AMD Crossfire mode.
    • Dota™2 may crash when using the Vulkan™ API and the user changes resolutions or quality settings.
    • Battlefield™ 4 may experience crashes when using Mantle. As a work around users are suggested to switch to DirectX®11.
    • Need for Speed™ may experience flickering on some light sources in AMD Crossfire mode.
    • Frame Rate Target Control gaming profiles may fail to enable for some games.
    • Radeon Wattman may retain settings of an overclock after it has failed. If you have failed an overclock with a system hang or reboot make sure to use the "Reset" option in the Radeon WattMan settings page when the system has rebooted.
    • Low frame rate or stutter may be experienced Wolfenstein®: The Old Blood™ on Radeon™ RX 480.
    • Assassin's Creed® Syndicate may experience a game crash or hang when in game settings are set to high or greater.
    • Disabling AMD Crossfire mode on Radeon™ RX 480 may disable the device in Windows® Device Manager. A workaround is to reboot the system to re-enable the device.
  • Installing Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.7.1
    For detailed instructions on how to correctly uninstall or install Radeon Software Crimson Edition, please refer to the following support resources:
  • NOTE:
    This driver is not intended for use on AMD Radeon products running in Apple Boot Camp platforms. Users of these platforms should contact their system manufacturer for driver support.

    When installing Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.7.1 for the Windows® operating system, the user must be logged on as Administrator, or have Administrator rights to complete the installation of Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.7.1.

    Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.7.1 requires Windows® 7 Service Pack 1 to be installed.

Compatible Operating Systems
Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.7.1 is designed to support the following Microsoft® Windows® platforms. Operating System support may vary depending on your specific AMD Radeon product.

    • Windows® 10 (32 & 64-bit version)
    • Windows 8.1 (32 & 64-bit version)
    • Windows 7 (32 & 64-bit version with SP1 or higher)

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Windows 7 (64-bit) Windows 8.1 (64-bit) Windows 10 (64-bit)
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Ver: 16.4.2(16.150.2401.0)

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Ver: 15.12(15.300.1025.1001)

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Windows 7 (64-bit)

Utility

TriXX OC Utility v5.2.1

TriXX is regularly updated to provide support for new releases of graphics cards and GPU families as well as enhancements to the tool.

New features:

  • New look and interface
  • Now supports over-volting on Radeon R300 series
  • Now supports HBM memory overclock on FURY cards
  • Now supports over-volt on FURY cards
  • Minimise TriXX to task bar

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Windows 7 (32-bit) Windows 7 (64-bit) Windows 8.1 (32-bit) Windows 8.1 (64-bit) Windows 10 (32-bit) Windows 10 (64-bit)
TriXX OC Utility V5.0.0

SAPPHIRE TriXX is the optimal overclocking utility for your AMD RADEON™ R200 , R300 and FURY series. The features include

  • Performance Tune Memory and GPU Clock Speeds
  • Over and Under Voltage adjustment
  • Save configurations
  • Graphical H/W Monitor
  • H/W log file
  • Feedback option

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Test the graphics card Sapphire Tri-X Radeon R9 Fury

Sapphire Radeon R9 Fury Tri-X card is AMD, which shows that the company is able to fight with Nvidia for players who want to uncompromising performance. GPU will allow for a long time to enjoy a smooth game at the highest detail. In addition, cooling designed by Sapphire presents a relatively high culture of work and looks very well (the backplate of tyłu- perfect move).


SAPPHIRE R9 FURY Tri-X test. The Red's counterattack

Performance R9 Fury is a decent, competitive for the GTX 980 level. Radeon had to acknowledge the superiority of the factory overclocked Maxwelli in FullHD resolution, but after going to a higher mode of its position has improved, which confirms the theory of high overhead AMD Catalyst driver for the processor. Generally, the issue is trivial - the more CPU power affects the score, the R9 Fury performs worse. This trend persisted in the red for a long time, and the only hope for improvement is DirectX12 API, because the first results of synthetic tests are very promising.

 


Anandtech glows about Tri-X Fury's Silence

What we have here then is the quietest high power air cooled card we have ever tested. In its OC configuration the Sapphire Tri-X card tops out at 38.2dB under Crysis 3, less than 2dB(A) above our noise floor and nearly 5dB quieter than the quiet R9 Fury X. Switching to its reference configuration drives noise levels down even further, to just 37.8dB(A). To put that in perspective, the Sapphire Tri-X under a gaming workload is as loud as the GTX 980 Ti is at idle. Simply put, these results are amazing.


Hardware Canucks tackles the Tri-X Fury

Quiet is the name of the game here. Sapphire has shown they can effectively cool the Fiji Pro core without excessive fan noise. That is one heck of an accomplishment and points towards how efficient their Tri-X design really is. 


Editor Choice - Sapphire R9 Fury Tri-X OC 4 GB

About a month ago, just two weeks after its flagship Radeon R9 Fury X launch, AMD launched its little sibling, the R9 Fury positioned as a big money-maker for the "Fiji" silicon. To say AMD is at the forefront of new technology is an understatement. The company rigorously pursues and in many cases introduces new technology into the PC consumer-graphics space. AMD's past two memorable technological breakthroughs in this space were Graphics CoreNext, a powerful new number-crunching machinery for the GPU, which made not just AMD but also a lot of crypto-currency enthusiasts a lot of money, and GDDR5 memory in their giant-killing Radeon HD 4870. The past year hasn't been kind to AMD in terms of GPU-market share, which is partly because the company didn't introduce anything major since 2013—all due to competition from NVIDIA with its "Maxwell" architecture and probably also because the company is focusing on high-volume ISV deals, such as new-generation game consoles, and the development of the chip that drives the card we're reviewing today, the Radeon R9 Fury.


Hitech Legion give Tri-X Fury the Editor's Choice

I’ve said this before and most likely will say it again, partners have to play with the hand that they are dealt. It’s up to the partner to take that hand and make it a winner. The gaming performance of the AMD Radeon R9 Fury is what it is, somewhere between a GTX 980 and a GTX 980 Ti based on resolution. It consumes quite a bit of power and is hard to keep cool. Sapphire has taken that hand and knocked their draw out of the park, with the Tri-X cooler.


Tom's Hardware reviews the Tri-X Fury

Sapphire has done an excellent job creating a robust cooling solution to keep this power hungry beast cool, while maintaining reasonably quite fan noise.


Legit Reviews Recommends the Tri-X Fury

We only got our hands on the AMD Radeon R9 Fury a day ago, but we were caught a little off guard by how well the Sapphire Radeon R9 Fury Tri-X OC performed.


SAPPHIRE Tri-X Radeon™ R9 Fury Video Card Review - HBM, No Water Cooler

AMD launched its new Radeon™ R9 Fury X just a couple of weeks ago now, and while we knew that the much bigger, non-watercooled variant in the R9 Fury would launch soon, it feels like no time has passed since then. I would dare say it's because I've been knee-deep in writing Fury X content, with my original review on the single card, then again in CrossFire.