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Something does not seem right....any ideas? im kinda new to this. I have an AMD FX-6350, AND ASUS RADEON HD 7850, ASUS M5A99X EVO R2.0, CORSAIN H55 LIQUID CPU COOLER, TEAM DARK L3 120GB SSD, THERMALTAKE TR2 430W. Untitled.jpg 384k .jpg file

I don't understand why are you worried? Are you worried about the score?
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I figured it out. Asus' GPU Tweak keep resetting my values to default when I run 3D mark. Strange? Does this happen with just that particular oc program.. I just downloaded Trixx and seems to actually work! Ihave my card at gpu:1010\mem:1250
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So, I do have one ?....are the sapphire 7850's better than the asus 2gb version?
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are the sapphire 7850's better than the asus 2gb version?

No. In terms of overclock - there are Sapphires that can hit above 1200MHz core frequency with voltage around 1.21v. But mine Sapphire can hit up to 1150MHz core frequency with 1.225v. So it's all luck. I think that ASUS uses 3-pipe cooler vs 2-pipe of Sapphire.
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Ya, it has the direct cu II. 3 copper pipes in direct contact w the gpu. I am curious, the futuremark programs don't seem to give me accurate system specs. It shows correct CPU freq, but not the gpu and vv*. is there a way to fix this? Untitled.gif 433k .gif file
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Ya, it has the direct cu II. 3 copper pipes in direct contact w the gpu. I am curious, the futuremark programs don't seem to give me accurate system specs. It shows correct CPU freq, but not the gpu and vv*. is there a way to fix this? Untitled.gif 433k .gif file

In the "Sensors" tab in GPU-Z you have to check "Continue refreshing this screen while..." then check "Log to file" and choose where the log to be saved. Leave GPU-Z opened (you can minimize it) and run 3D Mark. GPU-Z will create log where you can see what's the core and memory frequency, core temp, voltage and etc. second by second. It's creates a standard .txt file which you can read it with Notepad. If you want to stop GPU-Z from logging, you have to uncheck "Log to file" or just close GPU-Z.
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Hi, I'm new here.

I recently added a second 7850 and i'm having some trouble setting voltages.

My original card is a Sapphire Dual-X 2gb which, on it's own, would do 1150mhz/1250mhz @1.145v (stock 860@1.075) - I never really tried to go much further tbh.

I added a HIS IceQ and it's reported as being 860/1200 @1.213 stock. Using afterburner and simply adding +20% power to each card, I can easily get 920mhz/1250mhz on each.

I have un-synced the cards and disable UPLS. Now, I would like to start upping the Sapphire's volts to get up to ~1ghz to begin with - I understand OC may be less with CFX enabled but 1ghz should be achievable on both I believe.

Adjusting the voltage even slightly and then applying the settings with afterburner will cause an instant BSOD, same thing happens when I try it in Trixx.

TL;DR - Sapphire stock @1.075v, HIS stock @1.213v - increasing Sapphire voltage results in instant BSOD.
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TL;DR - Sapphire stock @1.075v, HIS stock @1.213v - increasing Sapphire voltage results in instant BSOD.

Did you tried to achieve 1GHz on Sapphire with stock voltage?
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