Sapphire Nitro Radeon R9 Fury Review
In the end it’s safe to say that Sapphire has created the premier and possibly the best Fiji Pro based graphics card. The noise level is so low one would question whether the fans ever come on and the temperatures stay in check leaving little concern for heat. I dare say going to a higher tier single card may just be an e-peen situation as I have a R9 295x2 and Nano handy and prefer running this gpu over both of those. The GTX 980 offers up a compelling argument at a few dollars cheaper and (at the time of this review) bundles Rise of the Tomb Raider. Heavily overclocked the GTX 980 does come close in performance, but then again you still get a faster experience ‘out of the box’ with the Sapphire Nitro Fury. If you’ve got the space and you have power you should seriously consider this GPU for your 1440p, and with some tweaks and entry level 4k gaming experience.