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  • ernstp
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    Originally posted by bridgman View Post

    Not sure this is a Sapphire problem at this point - don't we have users with Sapphire Fury's reporting better performance ?
    I have a Sapphire Fury and high performance.

    Suggestions:
    Newer firmware: http://packages.ubuntu.com/xenial/linux-firmware

    It has a tiny switch for "Dual BIOS", try the other BIOS slot?

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  • theriddick
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    Given that these cards can compute faster than a 980Ti, they really should be doing a HELL of allot better then they are, even in windows. The only real issue I see with AMD cards is the heat problems with the 290 and 390 cards, my 390x will black screen without steeper fan speeds (I have redone the thermal contacts btw).

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  • Hibbelharry
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    @agd5f:

    Your problems with the phoronix fail-rums and still seeing posts from you make your work even higher appreciated

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  • agd5f
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    What's the deal with the forums, a good 80% of the time just eats my posts. Also, often when you switch pages in the forums, it shows content from previous pages like it's half loading the wrong page of content. Anyway for those having problems with their Fiji boards try this patch:
    http://people.freedesktop.org/~agd5f...-on-fiji.patch

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  • agd5f
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    For those having performance problems with Fiji, please try this patch:
    http://people.freedesktop.org/~agd5f...-on-fiji.patch
    and see if it helps. On production boards, the vbios loads the MC firmware so there's no need for the driver to do it. Perhaps some boards don't like the MC firmware image the driver is loading. It's probably better to stick with the vbios provided MC firmware anyway since the images were validated with the boards. The driver had to load the MC firmware on early engineering sample boards.

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  • Michael
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    Originally posted by trifud View Post
    Michael, somebody mentioned that the problem could be related to Ubuntu. Did you try with another OS?
    It's highly unlikely when with the very same software stack, the R9 285 on AMDGPU performs correctly.

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  • trifud
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    Michael, somebody mentioned that the problem could be related to Ubuntu. Did you try with another OS?

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  • pal666
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    Originally posted by magika View Post
    Convinced by my opinion? While I don't have AMD GPU's anymore, I follow Michael's benchmarks, and they are pretty damn convincing.
    moron, their competition does not have linux driver at all

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  • magika
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    Originally posted by Adarion View Post

    No, wrong. But probably you're so convinced by your opinion that nothing, not even facts, would change it. Ain't that right?
    Convinced by my opinion? While I don't have AMD GPU's anymore, I follow Michael's benchmarks, and they are pretty damn convincing.

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  • andrei_me
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    Originally posted by bridgman View Post

    Correct. At first we thought it might be, but on investigation we found that it was not.
    Oh, sorry then for the confusion...

    About the compute and graphics team, I remember one test where Fury ran top charts and asked why, and you said that compute performance wasn't bottlenecked as graphic is in Michael's card, maybe with your team swapping card you can figure it out

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