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7870 issue.... http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=364498 I'm now having nightmares on how to solve this
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7870 issue.... http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=364498 I'm now having nightmares on how to solve this

Check your PSU. Check your clearance (fans, and anything that might get in the airflow for cooling your card). Check your cables. If they are correct, check wether or not your using a rail of the cable or 2. If your using 1 whole cable with the two heads, try using two seperate ones. (I did that and it fixed the crashes, along with the clearing of a cable that was in front of the GPU's fan).

Update to the latest 12.7 ATI beta driver, and also download the caps as it will not only help with multi GPU configurations but also single GPU. Report back.
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I got my XFX 7850 a few days ago
I've got it @ 1250mhz/6020mhz with 1.212 VDDC
12.4 Drivers
this card is silent when the fans @50%
During heaven it reaches a maximum of 64 degrees with the fan @ 60%
GPUZ http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/ubwsq/
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450
450
AND HEAVEN
338

Nice OC. I love my xfx 7850 and agreed. 50% fan still barely audible. Not till 60% do you start to notice.
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The HD 7800 series came at just before the time the Nvidia GTX 680 was on the verge of being released. So almost all of the focus was on that card and it's rumored benchmarks compared to the HD 7970. Soon after the relase of that card, a ton of "HD 7970 vs GTX 680" threads popped up all over the place. This put the 7800 series on the backburner and its release fell on quite a few deaf ears. One of the other main reasons is its price point, I think. in any event, I do plan to get an HD 7870 very soon (this week actually). I hope in the future, more people consider these cards. Probably once the price comes down a bit, more people will buy into it.
In the meantime, I have enhanced this "club" of sorts to include a spreadsheet on the front page. I was the first response in the thread, so it was an easy spot to garner attention without having outside or inside members to go to another page. Also, I have always wanted to do a spreadsheet for a thread. biggrin.gif If there are any questions or columns you want me to add to the list, or if you have a 78xx card and want to be added, let me or kabj06 know. I guess we can all try to make something of a club here, but I doubt it'll take off like the 7900 series and GTX 680 clubs have. I really think the 7850 and 7870 are great cards based on the reviews I read. I hope they come down in price a bit more to entice people a bit more.

How do I get the links on my sig? I wanna be in the 7800 club and the 4.0 ghz club
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once you are accepted, theres a link on the first page with code, just copy the code into the SIG part of your profile
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once you are accepted, theres a link on the first page with code, just copy the code into the SIG part of your profile

How do I apply
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How do I apply

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http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/drxwb/
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Than you're all done and do exactly what he said ^. thumb.gif

Speaking of this I need to get on it haha.. tongue.gif
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so 78xx gurus...2 questions:

1. Im using CCC for OC'ing my HIS ICEQ 7870 GHz edition...have gotten up to 1225/1450 MHz stable...but the 1450 is the max i can go on CCC, is there a program I can D/L to push it higher? I read something about an MSI afterburner beta...can anyone confirm?
1a. my latest 3dm11 score is P7754 (when coupled with my i5-3570K OC'd to 4.6 GHz thumb.gif

2. if, eventually, I want to run another 7870 card in crossfire, and I buy an MSI card or one thats known to OC maybe a bit higher, do both cards run at the lowest clock of the 2, or do they in fact work with seperate clocks?

thanks!
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so 78xx gurus...2 questions:
1. Im using CCC for OC'ing my HIS ICEQ 7870 GHz edition...have gotten up to 1225/1450 MHz stable...but the 1450 is the max i can go on CCC, is there a program I can D/L to push it higher? I read something about an MSI afterburner beta...can anyone confirm?
1a. my latest 3dm11 score is P7754 (when coupled with my i5-3570K OC'd to 4.6 GHz thumb.gif
2. if, eventually, I want to run another 7870 card in crossfire, and I buy an MSI card or one thats known to OC maybe a bit higher, do both cards run at the lowest clock of the 2, or do they in fact work with seperate clocks?
thanks!

There is absolutely no way you have reached those clocks using only CCC. If you are honestly getting those clocks at stock voltage and not having driver crash then you have the mother of all cards....

Anyways, use Saphhire Trixx for voltage control. And XFire cards can either use independent or identical clocks.
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Check your PSU. Check your clearance (fans, and anything that might get in the airflow for cooling your card). Check your cables. If they are correct, check wether or not your using a rail of the cable or 2. If your using 1 whole cable with the two heads, try using two seperate ones. (I did that and it fixed the crashes, along with the clearing of a cable that was in front of the GPU's fan).
Update to the latest 12.7 ATI beta driver, and also download the caps as it will not only help with multi GPU configurations but also single GPU. Report back.

It doesn't have anything to do with a 6 pin blocking the fans on the card. If you also read that thread he linked no one is near overheating.

12.7 didn't solve anything because that is what I am using and the random black screen/sound loops are still present.

Google "7870 black screen sound loop" and you will see how widespread the problem is.
Edited by di inferi - 7/6/12 at 9:43pm
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