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What kind of temps are you seeing at stock voltage/clocks on that 7950?

 

I can only say as of right now 30% fan speed IDLE is getting 38c. has not moved from 38c in hours. I have not tried to game on it just yet because I have been super busy today. I will try a game or two out in a little bit. OC as I said I really dont know how to OC as of yet so I can not say what kind of OC it will get. It has enough power as it is for all my needs so it may never see an OC.

 

I have a question about OpenCL I downloaded the new GPUZ & when I open it, it says that my Intel OpenCL Drivers are bugged & needs to be reinstalled. I Reinstalled everything and I still get this message? What am I doing wrong is this normal?

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I can only say as of right now 30% fan speed IDLE is getting 38c. has not moved from 38c in hours. I have not tried to game on it just yet because I have been super busy today. I will try a game or two out in a little bit. OC as I said I really dont know how to OC as of yet so I can not say what kind of OC it will get. It has enough power as it is for all my needs so it may never see an OC.

I have a question about OpenCL I downloaded the new GPUZ & when I open it, it says that my Intel OpenCL Drivers are bugged & needs to be reinstalled. I Reinstalled everything and I still get this message? What am I doing wrong is this normal?

What is your ambient temp?
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What is your ambient temp?

 

This is running with Side panel off. I do not like side panels so I take the one side off.

 

 

700

 

 

 

 

1000

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This is running with Side panel off. I do not like side panels so I take the one side off.








Ambient temps mean the temp in your room.
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Ambient temps mean the temp in your room.

 

No clue I run a 12000 BTU AC 24/7 so I have zero clue of what my temps are in my apartment. 12000BTU AC is running 24/7 at 60 degrees. Anyways here is 15 mins worth of Saints Row The Third gameplay. It stayed at a steady 64c

 

 

700

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Is it true that the real voltage on 2 cards for 7950 stock voltage can be wery different?

So when a reviewer write "Brand XXX 7950" was able to achieve 1000/1575 on stock voltage.
While another reviewer writes "Brand YYY 7950" was able to achieve 1100/1575 on stock voltage.

In reality the first card could be showing 0.99v in hwinfo64 while the later card shows 1.1v in hwinfo64?

If the above is true I guess some 7950 might give 140w tdp on stock volt while another 7950 gives 180w.
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I noticed that when I'm gaming, I'll see these little glitches pop up maybe every minute or half a minute, it's just like a blip or a jagged triangle/square shaped thing that pops out for a split second in a small part of the screen and goes away. This happens with any game I play. I never had this problem with any of the nvidia cards I had. Is this a problem with AMD in general or is my card bad?


I should also note this happens with both 12.6 and 12.7 beta drivers.
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This is running with Side panel off. I do not like side panels so I take the one side off.

Why would you run with side panel removed. With the side panel in place actually airflow would be better. Yor sig rig says you are running five 120mm fans. Definitely you should be able to keep temps below 60c at stock speeds. The most important factor in good system cooling is creating a good wind tunnel / good case air flow. If you have not got a 120mm fan blowing directly from the side panel you should try that. Would help a lot in getting your temps down.
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I noticed that when I'm gaming, I'll see these little glitches pop up maybe every minute or half a minute, it's just like a blip or a jagged triangle/square shaped thing that pops out for a split second in a small part of the screen and goes away. This happens with any game I play. I never had this problem with any of the nvidia cards I had. Is this a problem with AMD in general or is my card bad?
I should also note this happens with both 12.6 and 12.7 beta drivers.

I think it is something called artifacts. Did you overclock the card? It should be a problem with your card imo.
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Edit the HD7970 Bios with a Hexeditor:
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GPU clock
RAM clock
GPU voltage
You have to reverse the value and change the hex to decimal.
Examples:
hex: 54 69 01 -> 01 69 54 -> dec: 92500 = 925 MHz GPU clock.
To change 2D GPU voltage from 0,85V to 0,8V (Lower is not supported) hex= 52 03 to 20 03
To save electricity I prefer to change all my clockstates to 300/150MHz and 0,8V (30 75 00 98 3A 00 20 03) and use a 3D profile for Games.
This works only with Asus GPU-Tweak.
How-to:
- First flash the Asus bios.
- Make a 3D-Profile with Overclocking range enhancement and Kepp setting for the next start
- Flash the modified Asus bios, reboot
- Disable Overclocking range enhancement and Kepp setting for the next start and enable Overclocking range enhancement again
- Click on default close GPU-Tweak and start it again and click on default
- Disable AMD Overdrive in the driver
Now you can switch between default clocks and 3D:
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If you install a new driver, you have to make this all over again.

I was searching for a guide, to overclock my msi r7970 lightning editing the bios with an hex editor, i don't wanna use any kind of 3rd party software so anyone can help me doin this? I'm stable @ 1250/1600 with these voltages vcore 1.274v memory 1.600v power limit +20
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