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Thanks a lot..I'll get onto that asap. I got an eyefinity 3x1 - 5760x1080 setup. I've tried getting a stable cpu oc before benchmarking again and have some temperature concerns. I'm currently living and working in Saudi where it is hot as F! Outside temps can hit mid 50c. Aircon in my room is constantly on at 16c. Today running prime95 cpu temps went up to 69c! I changed some percentages in bios digipower+ to have them drop to 61c . Still high? Screens below. Think ill try dropping digipower+ percentages, upping voltage and fsb


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yes, you need to address that cpu temp first. can you see temps for the gpu if you scroll down the slider in HwIfo? Like this . . .



edit: is the khuler sucking air from the outside?[/quote]
I know how hot it can get,good thing it's dry air I can't stand humidity tongue.gif
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edit: is the khuler sucking air from the outside?

lol nha its blowing out...
the cpu is idling at 40-45c. gave up on 4600mhz fsb clock for now and gone on to multiplier instead. 4600 on multiplier hits temps of 68c. graphics card remains around 45c in prime.






will lower voltage on this and any digi+ power to lower cpu temps. You know which is clock and core in HWinFO?
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lol nha its blowing out...
the cpu is idling at 40-45c. gave up on 4600mhz fsb clock for now and gone on to multiplier instead. 4600 on multiplier hits temps of 68c. graphics card remains around 45c in prime.
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will lower voltage on this and any digi+ power to lower cpu temps. You know which is clock and core in HWinFO?

process, i think you should ask here . . .

http://www.overclock.net/t/1318995/official-fx-8320-fx-8350-vishera-owners-club

when my thuban idled that high, i knew already that was not going to pass Prime. i had to make sure it was at or below 35C. AMD cpus do not vary much when it comes to temps.
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Hello,
I don't know is this the right place to post this, but I'll ask anyways.
Recently I got an AMD Radeon HD 7970 GHz Edition ASUS Matrix Platinum. I bought it for the sake of wanting to overclock it slightly. Meaning I want to OC it enough so it is stable with only air cooling. I googled around. Looked at some reviews. All of them are able to get at least 1280 MHz on Core and 1750 MHz on memory, some even up to 1310 MHz on the core.
So through using GPU Tweak I adjusted it to the settings that they had (including all the voltage settings for the reviews that included them).. I keep on getting artificing when I run 3DMark and Heaven Benchmarks. Even at much lower clock rates I still get artificing.

Am I doing something wrong? Or did I get a bad card (which is hard to believe considering that platinum editions are suppose to be "hand picked" GPUs). Or did the 13.0 AMD patch did something? Because all the reviews were made in the 12.0 patches.

sorry man, but you've been scammed... helpinghand.gif

the only "hand picking" ASUS do is for the lowest quality chips they can afford to fit on a rubbish board with pretty lights that serve no purpose whatsoever, unless your willing to modify the card to override the electronics, your better off getting rid of the thing... (RMA if your still in the trial period)
   
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Sure:




Let me get a picture of a game up. Will edit this post in a few minutes.

Here's Tomb Raider:

Here's mine :/
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you need a mousepad lol
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That's one indication. You can also get black dots all over the place or just funky colors all around.

Reason I was asking is the Asus DCUII TOP and Matrix cards have a known issue with the second DVI port and BIOS switch causing green artifacts in dual-link mode on some screens. I had that problem myself a while back.
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you need a mousepad lol
Ya I know lol I'm using a nat geo for kids magazine as one biggrin.gif
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Looks like my cards doesn't have vrm sensors? http://i.imgur.com/JAa8s6U.jpg

Is there another way to check vrm temps? I tried hwinfo and gpuz frown.gif
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process, i think you should ask here . . .

http://www.overclock.net/t/1318995/official-fx-8320-fx-8350-vishera-owners-club

when my thuban idled that high, i knew already that was not going to pass Prime. i had to make sure it was at or below 35C. AMD cpus do not vary much when it comes to temps.

Thanks a lot rdr09. Been playing with it all day and not really achieving any temp reduction. The only thing I can think of is room temp. Even though aircon is blasting at 16c, I do soemetimes leave the window and door open or it can get too cold in here! I've put the cpu back to 4ghz and running prime I get a max of 54c. I'll see if anyone can help in the thread you posted, but for now I'll just give it a rest.

Thanks again
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