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Stock for stock there's no temp difference, but I bet the original cooler(the one that made me get an xfx card) would handle a lot more heat over clocked.




As it sits now if ththere's a way to pump up voltage I don't think the revised cooler would fair as well.


Msi and others come stock with 1.25 volts so if I could add some voltage and vrm cooling I think I could push these cards more.

My MSI came at 1.138v actually tongue.gif
    
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Hi Folks,
I've tried them all and GPU Tweak and Trixx, (Trixx is what I'm running now), both cap me at 1.210 volts. MSI and several others wouldn't even let me get that far. In fact, the MSI's OC version I was using actually stated that you can adjust the voltage to something like 1.5, (or some rediculously high amount), but the program will ignore that and max you out at 1.17 volts. Very frustrating.

Ka24a, What do you mean you can raise it 20% in CCC? Are you running the AMD Overdrive along with a 3rd party GPU OC programs? I didn't know that could, or should, be done.

I'm presently running Radeon Pro 1.1.1.0 and 12.2 Beta CCC. I was going to update to the 13.2Beta but I read that big warning in the Home/first page of "Official AMD Radeon 7800 Owners Club". This one:

"The best driver to use with these cards is probably Catalyst 12.8
You can get the 12.8 drivers here
You can also find the Beta on that page. Do NOT install the Catalyst 12.11/12.12/13.1 drivers if you are running F@h on your Radeon card


So now I don't know what to do. Has anyone ran the latest CCC Beta version?

One more thing that I was hoping one of you may be able to help me with;
I'm getting color banding in the dark sky's in my flight sim and I'm trying to get rid of it with the "Texture Detail" and "Texture Compression" adjustments in Radeon Pro. I've reduced it a little... I think, and I can still adjust it more but is there a better way to get that banding under control?

I do a lot of night flying and this banding is most prevalent at Dusk and at Dawn when the sky hasn't gone completely dark but you can see the stars starting to come out. That's when I really can see the banding in the distant sky.

Is there maybe some other graphics control or even a specific program that can apply a more aggressive adjustment fo that?
Thanks, Rich
post #2633 of 4099
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Hi Folks,
I've tried them all and GPU Tweak and Trixx, (Trixx is what I'm running now), both cap me at 1.210 volts. MSI and several others wouldn't even let me get that far. In fact, the MSI's OC version I was using actually stated that you can adjust the voltage to something like 1.5, (or some rediculously high amount), but the program will ignore that and max you out at 1.17 volts. Very frustrating.

Ka24a, What do you mean you can raise it 20% in CCC? Are you running the AMD Overdrive along with a 3rd party GPU OC programs? I didn't know that could, or should, be done.

I'm presently running Radeon Pro 1.1.1.0 and 12.2 Beta CCC. I was going to update to the 13.2Beta but I read that big warning in the Home/first page of "Official AMD Radeon 7800 Owners Club". This one:

"The best driver to use with these cards is probably Catalyst 12.8
You can get the 12.8 drivers here
You can also find the Beta on that page. Do NOT install the Catalyst 12.11/12.12/13.1 drivers if you are running F@h on your Radeon card


So now I don't know what to do. Has anyone ran the latest CCC Beta version?

One more thing that I was hoping one of you may be able to help me with;
I'm getting color banding in the dark sky's in my flight sim and I'm trying to get rid of it with the "Texture Detail" and "Texture Compression" adjustments in Radeon Pro. I've reduced it a little... I think, and I can still adjust it more but is there a better way to get that banding under control?

I do a lot of night flying and this banding is most prevalent at Dusk and at Dawn when the sky hasn't gone completely dark but you can see the stars starting to come out. That's when I really can see the banding in the distant sky.

Is there maybe some other graphics control or even a specific program that can apply a more aggressive adjustment fo that?
Thanks, Rich

Well Im Running my MSI R7850 2GB Twin Frozr III at 1.2V 1170/1375

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/5987567

Asus GPU Tweak.

13.2 Beta 5
    
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My MSI came at 1.138v actually tongue.gif


Sorry i think its the overclocked versions that have voltage that high, or maybe gigabyte dont rememeber.
   
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Sorry i think its the overclocked versions that have voltage that high, or maybe gigabyte dont rememeber.

mine is the oc model http://uk.msi.com/product/vga/R7850-Twin-Frozr-2GD5-OC.html

it depends on what it takes for each GPU to hold its default clock, better quality cards are volted lower if they can mange it.
    
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Got my MSI R7870 Hawk yesterday and really like it but know my current CPU is holding is back. Going Intel this time around and looking at the 3570K. What do you think?
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Got my MSI R7870 Hawk yesterday and really like it but know my current CPU is holding is back. Going Intel this time around and looking at the 3570K. What do you think?
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An FX chip would really do better? Gaming is the secondary funtion of my system after music which is why I'm already leaning towards Intel. guitar.gif
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mine is the oc model http://uk.msi.com/product/vga/R7850-Twin-Frozr-2GD5-OC.html

it depends on what it takes for each GPU to hold its default clock, better quality cards are volted lower if they can mange it.

I think its the hawk that gets that voltage, and/or a gygabite one that are clocked at 1100mhz.



I guess I cant complain to much since Both my xfx blacks can do 1100mhz on 1.21v but it would be nice to see how far they could get on a higher voltage.

Anyone try flashing a bios on one of the locked voltage xfx black cards with something else? Isnt there a way to edit the bios for more voltage on cards that come voltage locked?



I really dont see to do this right now since theyre plenty but its always fun to tinker and see how far you can get. biggrin.gif
   
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So anyone found a way to voltage unlock the 7870 LE/XT's yet? Would love to push mine further than 1200/1500 if possible.
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