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Did you disable on board sound? For several of us it looks like it solved the problem. Mine did the same thing.
good to hear that it worked out for you smile.gif

I simply don't want to play BF3 without the sound for more than a week to see if it would solve the issue.
there are users who have disabled the on-board sound in bios, used a dedicated soundcard and used a usb headset...and told me that it still exist at their end.

your on board sound indicates that it is
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SupremeFX X-Fi 2 built-in 8-Channel High Definition Audio CODEC
this proves that this issue isn't caused by Realtek at all as others claimed.

are there any other tweaks you did besides disabling the on board sound?

and what soundcard are you using now? and for how many days you haven't experienced the black screen while the onboard sound is disabled?

@jossef
I'd pick MSI, I believe that Twin frozr has great cooling capabilities. Sapphire is nice for the budget. (not sure how much it costs on your side though but in my country it's the most affordable brand).
I'd only like Gigabyte if they have 3 fans...their 7850 only has two fans...
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the twin frozr is a bit cheaper from the sapphire.
i'm looking for a card that would do about 1250/5800 @ overclock.
there's a powercolor pcs+ HD7850 but it's a bit expensive.
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@di inferi
good to hear that it worked out for you smile.gif
I simply don't want to play BF3 without the sound for more than a week to see if it would solve the issue.
there are users who have disabled the on-board sound in bios, used a dedicated soundcard and used a usb headset...and told me that it still exist at their end.
your on board sound indicates that it is

this proves that this issue isn't caused by Realtek at all as others claimed.
are there any other tweaks you did besides disabling the on board sound?
and what soundcard are you using now? and for how many days you haven't experienced the black screen while the onboard sound is disabled?

I have a realtek audio chip with realtek drivers and the xi-fi software package; not an actual xi–fi chip. That's why it says "CODEC" at the end.... Almost positive it is like that across the board for anyone whose motherboard came with "xi-fi." So, point still stands.

Week and a half without a black screen while overclocked; depending on the game I would know as soon as 30 seconds after full load.
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That is interesting. It appears that your card really doesn't like excess voltage. For mine, I found that it could only change between 1.218v and 1.225v, and it didn't really like going over stock (1.218v) at all.
What happens if you overvolt to something more conservative like 1245mv? I am wondering at what point the voltage makes it unstable?

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My MSI 7850 power edition can go 1300mv max, but it gets hot and preferable spot is around 1260mv for me. But why would you want to up the voltage if your card runs stable? The lesser is voltage, the better it is for your card as far as it is stable. And yes, very high voltage may result in gpu performance degradation. 1345mv is too damn high imo.

Im sorry guys, i typoed.

I would never exceed 1300 mv, i have a hard enough time convincing myself past 1270.
The voltage was supposed to be 1245 not 1345

So, again my point was it passed with 1240 but not 1245
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12.9 beta is out for those having issues with 12.8
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@di inferi
good to hear that it worked out for you smile.gif
I simply don't want to play BF3 without the sound for more than a week to see if it would solve the issue.
there are users who have disabled the on-board sound in bios, used a dedicated soundcard and used a usb headset...and told me that it still exist at their end.
your on board sound indicates that it is

this proves that this issue isn't caused by Realtek at all as others claimed.
are there any other tweaks you did besides disabling the on board sound?
and what soundcard are you using now? and for how many days you haven't experienced the black screen while the onboard sound is disabled?
@jossef
I'd pick MSI, I believe that Twin frozr has great cooling capabilities. Sapphire is nice for the budget. (not sure how much it costs on your side though but in my country it's the most affordable brand).
I'd only like Gigabyte if they have 3 fans...their 7850 only has two fans...

Since disabling the onboard audio, I haven't had a crash once (and I did this about a month ago). HDMI through the video card still works, so if you have a monitor with speakers or audio out, you can use that to verify that is indeed your problem.

I'm convinced that the people that tried discrete sound cards without any improvement actually didn't disable their onboard audio in their BIOS. I've seen people think they've disabled their onboard audio, when really all they did was disable the device in Windows.

Give it a shot. It might suck for a while, but you are just testing. Maybe see if you can find a cheap discrete soundcard lying around or something.
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i think of get a Sapphire HD7850(regular version).
you guys think that i can achive something about 1250/5800 with this card?
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12.9 beta is out for those having issues with 12.8

have you tried it ?, i dont want to risk installing another unstable driver
Edited by ireg4all - 9/27/12 at 11:48am
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I have opened topic about all HD 78xx problems: http://www.overclock.net/t/1310654/amd-hd-78xx-problems-all-users-with-problems-please-post-here-we-want-amd-support-on-this-asap

All users with HD 78xx problems, please post in it, we want some attention.
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