The Radeon R9 Fury X has been commended for its Short PCB (all thanks to the High Bandwidth Memory which is a lot more compact than GDDR5) and capable liquid cooling solution. In any case, one of the things that has irritated numerous Fury X users is the uproarious noise leaving the pump-block. The prior production units were accounted for to be inclined to high-pitched whine, that would destroy the generally calm cooler experience.

AMD Adds a Solution to Overcome with the Fury X Whine Noise Issue


AMD has been mindful of the issue, expressing that the capable of being heard pump noise was constrained to “a very small batch of initial production samples.” The organization now appears to have responded to the user input over the loud pump-block, at this very moment began taking off revised Fury X cards with quiet pumps.

As per the chip producer, a settle that determined the clamor issue has been added to production parts. The upcoming Fury X cards will include a redesigned radiator recognized through a chrome-colored Cooler Master logo underneath the front plate, rather than the little white and blue Cooler Master stickers utilized for before units.

In the event that you think you have might have a card with higher pump acoustic signatures, you ought to uproot the face plate of the card and search for the sticker demonstrated as follows. On the off chance that you have one such unit, visit to your retailer or an RMA and trade your card for the new revision.

AMD said it has begun shipping the updated renditions of the Fury X to retailers, so it shouldn’t be too much sooner than the larger part of Fury X cards are settled. Potential buyers are encouraged to hold up a couple of days until new stock has landed at their neighborhood retailers.

About The Author

Founder & Editor In Chief

Hardware enthusiast, Gamer, Writer. I enjoy picking up games, putting them back down, and then writing about it.

Related Posts