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Single Sapphire Fury Tri-X OC strong enough for 4K gaming ??

Question asked by macd on Jan 24, 2016
Latest reply on Jan 26, 2016 by amdmatt

I've bin thinking about changing from a WQHD monitor (Acer G277Hu) to a 4K monitor (Asus PB287Q)


The thing that worries me if the videocard is strong enough on it's own to handle gaming on a 4K resolution.
I'm using a Sapphire Fury Tri-X OC.
Mostly I'm playing ARMA 3, Elite Dangerous, Fallout 4 and City Skylines.


Yes, there are 4k benchmark reviews of the Fury to be found on internet : either there saying it ain't a problem or forget it's unplayable


I know putting everything in game on Ultra will not be possible.
Only high/very high and enough fps so as nothing stutters would be good enough for me n


So is anyone using a single Fury on 4K ?
Is it strong enough for gaming on that resolution ?


PS :
Putting a second Fury is not possible, I'm already using a lot op the PCI-E slots and I'm afraid cooling for a dual videocard setup is gonna a problem in the current desktop (using a Fractal Design Define R5)