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Well, my first card fried, my second one froze up a few times, so before I do anything else I'm going to install a side fan that will be shooting fresh air right at the graphics card... this way if there was an overheating problem, this should help stop it.

I'll check out those progs...

How did you managed to make it fried?
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I got my ASUS 7850 to 1050/1450 on stock volts in Afterburner. I'm not even sure how to change the voltage anymore, the option seemed to disappear for me. :/ But temps never get above 65C wel gaming.

Well, until you throw a heavy blanket over the PC and cover it all with pillows, then it hits 92C. wink.gif


But does anybody know how to get the voltage changer back on a 7850? Whenever I try to open GPU Tweak I get an error. frown.gif
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I got my ASUS 7850 to 1050/1450 on stock volts in Afterburner. I'm not even sure how to change the voltage anymore, the option seemed to disappear for me. :/ But temps never get above 65C wel gaming.

Well, until you throw a heavy blanket over the PC and cover it all with pillows, then it hits 92C. wink.gif


But does anybody know how to get the voltage changer back on a 7850? Whenever I try to open GPU Tweak I get an error. frown.gif
you would need an modified sapphire trixx to oc that card...you.can find the link earlier in this thread here you go

http://www.overclock.net/t/1269574/your-radeon-7850-overclocking-results/70#post_18718924
Edited by huzzug - 1/14/13 at 7:57pm
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Sapphire 7850 2GB running 1200 Core @1.21v 24/7 game stable.
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MSI 7850 Power Edition, ran Heaven benchmark 1300MHz core @ 1.3v and 1450MHz memory.
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I tried the modified trixx for my sapphire 7850 dual-x, and I can overclock the v-core above the default to >1050 the performance has not increased. On the contrary, the entire heaven bench was laggy with frames actualy dropped. Anyone facing similar problem or suggestion.
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I tried the modified trixx for my sapphire 7850 dual-x, and I can overclock the v-core above the default to >1050 the performance has not increased. On the contrary, the entire heaven bench was laggy with frames actualy dropped. Anyone facing similar problem or suggestion.

It's a bug with Trixx. Sometimes it just doesn't want to work right. You can prove it by running AB instead. Then close that and run Trixx again, bogggg. Try rebooting. Also, you can induce this another way by pushing too much voltage using Trixx.
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hi all! kinda new here. i have a msi r7850 twin frozr. this is a results thread from what i read but was wondering why isnt everyone benchmarking with heaven at max settings? is it better not to? i'd figure if your overclock settings can run heaven benchmark at max settings, it should be already able to run a few settings down with no problems.

i ran a benchmark with heaven last night at all maxed settings. card was set at 1125/1250 (i tried 1140 at first but blue screened.. wondering if maybe i up my voltage itll be stable?)



im a bit new so i apologize if im talking out of my ass.. just hoping to get some guidance smile.gif
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hi all! kinda new here. i have a msi r7850 twin frozr. this is a results thread from what i read but was wondering why isnt everyone benchmarking with heaven at max settings? is it better not to? i'd figure if your overclock settings can run heaven benchmark at max settings, it should be already able to run a few settings down with no problems.

i ran a benchmark with heaven last night at all maxed settings. card was set at 1125/1250 (i tried 1140 at first but blue screened.. wondering if maybe i up my voltage itll be stable?)

im a bit new so i apologize if im talking out of my ass.. just hoping to get some guidance smile.gif

I ran benchmark at those settings because it is easier to compare with the other results in this thread. Here is the result with 1300MHz core and 1450 MHz memory overclock on highest settings:


What is your core voltage? More voltage will get you stable, just watch the temps.
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I ran benchmark at those settings because it is easier to compare with the other results in this thread. Here is the result with 1300MHz core and 1450 MHz memory overclock on highest settings:

What is your core voltage? More voltage will get you stable, just watch the temps.

voltage i left alone. for some reason, i am unable to unlock the slider using afterburner. i read that gpu tweak will enable me to use the voltage settings. if i may ask, what is your voltage set at? and what program did you use for your overclock settings? the highest is 1.225v right? i read over in the 7800 owners club forum that a 1250memory clock is the most optimal.

thanks again for your reply smile.gif
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