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Can a 6GB 1060 beat an R9 Fury in 1440p

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Can a super jetstream 1060 6gb beat an R9 Fury in 1440p once overclocked and if so, can I overclock without voiding my warranty

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beat in what game?


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Should I just go for the R9 Fury then b cos it's same price, it has to last 2 years so I worry about vram

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2 minutes ago, IAR117 said:

Should I just go for the R9 Fury then b cos it's same price, it has to last 2 years so I worry about vram

yup get the fury 4gb of hbm ram is good for 1080p gaming. its meant for 1440p.

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7 minutes ago, IAR117 said:

It's for 1440p tho

AMD does even better at higher resolutions soooo....


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The only recent AAA titles that 1060 can out match Fury is Rise Of The Tomb Rider i think.


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AMD cards scale better with resolution. New AMD drivers have improved the card by a lot. And also, the Fury can be undervolted quite a bit (saw a website that undervolted it and saved 70W).

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