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And if i flash msi bios?
post #992 of 4099
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Originally Posted by rievhardt View Post

is this just a driver issue or a bad card? pls. help...
has happened to me 3 times... (Pls. HELP)
seems to happen when I play BF3 for quite a long period of time...
i5-2400
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Sapphire 7870 (Non-Oc)
500GB WD Blue
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all on stock...
running on Win 7 Home Premium.

Mine does the exact same thing on BF3. The "buzzing" sound is coming from your speakers correct?
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Originally Posted by tango bango View Post

This is what my 7870 was doing. This is what I did and so far it has worked. Install net frame work 4 , increase gpu voltage, and ran the Microsoft net work fix program. I don't remember the name of the program. I also made a fan profile that keep my card under 65c.

I already have Net fw 4. The card is stable on every other game. This occurs even at stock clocks on BF3; I have just assumed it is a driver issue with BF3. Certainly I do not need to raise the voltage even at stock clocks? Max temp is 62 C even at high clocks.
Edited by di inferi - 6/9/12 at 12:57pm
post #993 of 4099
Should I buy a Opened refurb'd ASUS 7850 for $200 or wait for the MSI Power Edition?

I'll be modding it with a 620, so it's either buy ASUS for cheaps or wait for MSI for stronger component.
post #994 of 4099
I would go with the MSI. MSI tends to be better with their "higher end" versions. You might get a better overclock out of them as well.
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Well, I manage to rise my speeds up to 1250 core/1400 mem, but at a 1,25V..
I tryied 1300, but even if I rise my voltages up to 1,3V, no way it run stable..
After a few passes on Heaven and several hours on BF3 online in largest maps, no crashes at all.. But I'm still testing it..
I tested several combos:
1250/1400 stable
1250/1450 stable
1280/1450 unstable
1280/1400 unstable
1300/1400 unstable
1300/1450 unstable
So, I think my sweet spot seems to be 1250/1400 at 1.25V..
Best regards... smile.gif

You may be able to go higher if increase by 5's instead of 30's or 50's. When you start approaching the top you should lower your increments as its better to not overshoot by too much or bad things can happen. smile.gif I only increase by 25-30 my first couple runs and then 10's a few then 5's the rest. Better to be safe than kill your card. Plus, it also depends on how your performance is doing at high clocks as better to run 10% below max oc if the 10% increase doesn't net much extra performance (or runs too hot).

I have got my 7850 at 1205 core at 1.162V (GPU-Z) at +20% power everything else stock settings. I do have a custom fan profile. 5 min testing on Kombustor and evrything looking OK. Still looking for the top for the core. Crazy card!
post #996 of 4099
Anyone got an idea how to unlock core clock past 1050 MHz?

So far I've tried MSI Afterburner (didn't work), Asus GPU Tweak (didn't work) and Sapphire Trixx (core clock goes over 1050 MHz but there's no voltage regulation).

I tried enabling GPU voltage and overclocking range enhancement in GPU Tweak but it didn't work.

I also read about downloading those 2 dll files, placing them in Afterburner folder and editing contents of cfg files, but I couldn't find 1 of those 2 dll files without ESET Smart Security warning me about it being a threat.

I also updated drivers to 12.6 bete and it didn't help with any of those programs. What should I do?
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How i get past 1.225v in Sapphire?
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Originally Posted by kazzjohnson View Post

Anyone got an idea how to unlock core clock past 1050 MHz?
So far I've tried MSI Afterburner (didn't work), Asus GPU Tweak (didn't work) and Sapphire Trixx (core clock goes over 1050 MHz but there's no voltage regulation).
I tried enabling GPU voltage and overclocking range enhancement in GPU Tweak but it didn't work.
I also read about downloading those 2 dll files, placing them in Afterburner folder and editing contents of cfg files, but I couldn't find 1 of those 2 dll files without ESET Smart Security warning me about it being a threat.
I also updated drivers to 12.6 bete and it didn't help with any of those programs. What should I do?

Saphire Trixx does have a certain amount of voltagae control but you have to use the slider bar to the right to scrole down to see it as its off the bottom of the view window. I do not have the MSI card (XFX here) but with only a slight voltage increase (1.162 over stock 1.07 on load) I have gone past 1050. Currently at 1210 and have not topped out yet.. I could not get AB to work either but honestly I gave up kind of quick. Never tried GPU Tweak as Trixx is working for me right now. Remove all of the other programs completely and try Trixx again. One thing I have noiced is that the voltage setting in Trixx does not match what GPU-Z reports. When I set Trixx at 1200, GPU-Z reports 1.162 on load. Not sure why.

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How i get past 1.225v in Sapphire?

I would be helpful if you could fill out your system information as you don't specify what card your using. However, from seeing others posting this question in here and assuming your using a regular non-ref card (i.e., MSI 7850 Twin Frozer, etc.) the answer is you can't. But quite honestly, I have found this card oc's very nicely even with a modest voltage increase. YMMV. Again, without knowing at least your card I'm just shooting in the dark.
post #999 of 4099
Sapphire HD7850 , only one version available, dual fan.
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Originally Posted by kazzjohnson View Post

Anyone got an idea how to unlock core clock past 1050 MHz?
So far I've tried MSI Afterburner (didn't work), Asus GPU Tweak (didn't work) and Sapphire Trixx (core clock goes over 1050 MHz but there's no voltage regulation).
I tried enabling GPU voltage and overclocking range enhancement in GPU Tweak but it didn't work.
I also read about downloading those 2 dll files, placing them in Afterburner folder and editing contents of cfg files, but I couldn't find 1 of those 2 dll files without ESET Smart Security warning me about it being a threat.
I also updated drivers to 12.6 bete and it didn't help with any of those programs. What should I do?
I found a solution!

I uninstalled 12.6 beta drivers, restarted my system, installed 12.1 drivers, used search to find atipdl64.dl_ and atipdlxx.dl_, placed them in MSI Afterburner directory, edited MSIAfterburner.cfg to allow unofficial overclocking and voilà! Now it's unlocked to 1170MHz.

For some reason it won't let me change the voltage, but so far it seems like 1100 MHz will work even on stock voltage.
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