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Hi gens, Testes my third FX9590. This one does 24/7 stable on 5.010Ghz 1.476v and 5.113Ghz 1.537v. Is this chip golden or silver?
Oke gens, I found a hack way to to bypass the MSI afterburner voltage slider. Now i can add +500 or -500 volts on the card. I will post soon how to do!
Hello people, I have a question about MSI afterburner beta 19. When i unlock my voltage MSI afterburner only allows my to put +100mv on the card, whish gives me 1.256v, but i need 1.3 for my overclock. Does anyone know how to extend the voltage slider in beta 19? BTW, this problem only happens to my R9 280X, but works perfext with the 290X. Please help1
Nope, it's not voltage locked. On stock volts it's not possible to hit even 1160mhz, but when i put on +100mv imget a stable 1220mhz, maybe even more. When i put volts on -100mv the card runs about 9C cooler. Btw, i also use multimeter, and voltage gets to 1.256-1.26 when overvolt. On stock it undervolts to 0.850v.So you know how to get 1.3v?
Hi gens, I bought myself two MSI R9 280X Gaming 3G. This thing is awesome and has new PCB comparing to older version (this one has wider PCB with 10VRMS). I'm actually very lucky it is not voltage locked, but the problem is that MSI afterburner (beta19) does not allow more than +100mv, whish gives me 1.256v and a stable 1220/1800. My question is; how can i get 1.3v on these cards, and how to change memory voltage? I remember that previous b├Ęta's allowed a tweak to the...
What volts do you use to get that FX8350 to 5.1ghz? If your 5.1ghz is stable below 1.55v, it's even beter than my first FX9590.
Hi gens, Testes my second FX9590. This one does 1.548-1.568v 24 hour prime stable, so good encounter for 24/7 use. It can also pass Cinebench 11.5 clocked to 5.32Ghz on 1.575v, so is this chip binned or should i send it back? I have 2 more FX9590 to test....
Alright gens, i just got 4 new FX9590's, so i'm going to check whish one is the best to keep it. So far i testes one of these chip, so should i keep it or send it back? Results FX9590 number 1 (clockspeed and minimum volt needed to be stable for 24/7): 4.8Ghz - 1.44v 5.0Ghz - 1.488v 5.1Ghz - 1.57v 5.15ghz - 1.636v 5.2Ghz - 1.65v+ This chip can pass Cinebench and 3dmark on 5.2Ghz with just 1.53v, but for 24/7 stable it needs 1,65v Should u keep this chip or send it back?
Is there anyone that can play 24/7 BF4 on 5/5.1Ghz? If yes, what volt do you use?
Hi gen, I have a little problem here. I recently bought myself a FX9590 vew weeks ago, and this chip was just awesome. I did 5.120ghz on just 1.54v 24/7. But my problem now is this chip became worser than my previous FX8320 afther replacing my 2x HD7950 by 2x R9 280X. This thing now needs 1.6v for only 5.1ghz, it's even worser than average FX8350/8320. I really don't know what to do and it is really stressfull to be in this situation. Can someone please help me out with...
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