4K Gaming Benchmarks Revealed for AMD Radeon R9 Fury

Nvidia seeing a lot of red.

Posted By | On 19th, Jun. 2015 Under News | Follow This Author @Pramath1605


AMD is throwing its gauntlet into the high end premium priced GPUs market, a market long dominated by rival Nvidia, with the AMD Radeon R9 Fury. The card promises to go toe to toe with Nvidia’s GTX 980Ti, and so comparisons between the two cards will become a natural matter of progression with time.

To help with those comparisons, AMD has just revealed the first official benchmarks for the card. These benchmarks pit the Radeon R9 Fury against the 980Ti in 4K resolutions- this should give us an idea of the kind of performance players can expect at the kinds of resolutions that they are used to playing at.

As you can see, it seems like the Radeon R9 Fury roundly trounces the GTX 980Ti- in a lot of cases, the difference is astounding, though in many more cases, it appears to be a marginal improvement. Whether this will overall be enough to make players want to make the jump remains to be seen.

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  • DecimationPro

    So it is basically I highly upgraded R9290x, much like the 900 series is just a highly upgraded 700 series.

  • DecimationPro

    I can buy 2x 9290’s for 500 bucks

  • bardock5151

    Anyone else notice that the titles that perform noticeably worse, are the titles where AMD would’ve turned hairworks or another NVIDIA specific feature on for the NVIDIA benchmarking. Weirdly enough, the titles that AMD put it’s boot print into like Battlefield 4, have very little gains.

    Skewed results I’d say. Turn on the known frame sucking hairworks or whatever and you’ll logically field better results on the card that can’t do it.


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