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Nice dude! Sweet setup for sure ^_^

BTW, to all, I just thought about checking my fan speeds and it turns out it was stuck at 25% static from my old Nvidia profile... So I switched it to 50%+ static/variable and it's now idling at 45C. Much better lol

Aah, see. My edit about my fan profile got a light to click. Glad you got it figured out.
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Aah, see. My edit about my fan profile got a light to click. Glad you got it figured out.

 

Yes sir it did! You can do this every day for years, but sometimes it's just the simplest thing that makes you feel so not smart... hahaha. 

 

I'm getting a little OC action going now :-]

 

Testing 1100mhz/1450mhz

 

Furmark is going, temps are 70C under load with a moderate fan profile.... very good :-]

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Nice. If I try to go over 1k, it takes some voltage tweaks to be stable. However, at 1k core and 1575mem. I am NOT complaining. Considering GPU-z is reporting .986 for VDDC. At these clocks.
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Nice. If I try to go over 1k, it takes some voltage tweaks to be stable. However, at 1k core and 1575mem. I am NOT complaining. Considering GPU-z is reporting .986 for VDDC. At these clocks.

 

I think I might be in the same boat, as Furmark keeps crashing on me.

 

Upping the voltage limit is that only slider Afterburner has available, is that the only way to up the voltage?

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I think I might be in the same boat, as Furmark keeps crashing on me.

Upping the voltage limit is that only slider Afterburner has available, is that the only way to up the voltage?

MSI Afterburner, or alot of people are using Sapphire Trixx too now.
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I tried both, neither give me the option to change my voltages.... this is just a downer lol.

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MSI Afterburner: Settings: General Tab: Towards the middle: Unlock Voltage Control and Unlock Voltage Monitoring Check those boxes.
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Just got my 7970 Vapor-X Ghz, decided to compare it to my 7950 Vapor-X clock per clock. And it pretty much reconfirms what we already know.
7950 Vapor-X 1070/1600
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7970 Vapor-X Ghz 1070/1600
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7970+7950 in Crossfire 1075/1575
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Temps rarely shot above 62C in Crossfire, VRAM/VRM stayed around 65C. It may be that the cards are mounted at a 90 degree angle, but man do these cards run nice and cool.
Thinking of getting a Vapor-X later to run CrossfireX with my 7950, do you recommend the card? biggrin.gif I'm curious about noise level, cooling, does it take 2 slots or 2,5? smile.gif
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MSI Afterburner: Settings: General Tab: Towards the middle: Unlock Voltage Control and Unlock Voltage Monitoring Check those boxes.

 

Been there, done that. It's not working. Dammit, I knew AMD would do this crap to me. I've been looking all over the web for the last hour. Apparently, it's hit or miss. Either you can do a number of work arounds and get it working, or you're stuck with the default voltage. I'm really upset right now, I was looking at getting 7970 performance out of this thing.

 

*sigh* Technology... haha

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Thinking of getting a Vapor-X later to run CrossfireX with my 7950, do you recommend the card? biggrin.gif I'm curious about noise level, cooling, does it take 2 slots or 2,5? smile.gif
Thanks in advance thumb.gif
I do, however they've had voltage lock issues. Yet, they're capable of great 24/7 overclocks on their stock voltage. Noise isn't much of a issue if you keep the fans below 60%, but I generally don't notice much of a difference past 65% in terms of cooling anyways. Cooling is top notch, should be just as effective in a traditional case with good airflow. And to round it off it's 2.5 slots.
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