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post #1301 of 1324
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Originally Posted by Pandaplox View Post

Ok, thanks smile.gif Btw, can i just flash the bios in the windows using cmd? Since i got the bios switch on the gpu anyway, I am not risking more than using bootable usb drive, am I?
Probably you can. Never tried to, however. I've tried to use ATI WinFlash (right click and select "Administrator mode") and it worked just fine.
post #1302 of 1324
Ok, i used atiflash from bootable usb, everything works just fine. It took me a while to find proper clocks and voltage as i had to boot everytime to dos, but after 2 hours i am finally happy with 1100Mhz core/1500Mhz memory and 1.18 voltage (considering my asics quality was 58,4 %) so the temp. does not go over 68 C. @Zero-Cold I guess you were right then thumb.gif

Thanks for helping me guys, i really appreciate it cheers.gif
Edited by Pandaplox - 4/22/14 at 4:03am
post #1303 of 1324
With what cable did you connect your monitor? If it was hdmi, change it with dvi and then make a clean reinstall of the divers. I was wrote it before. My previous 290 has the same problem after reflashing a bios and i fixed it that way. This is if you want to try it again. If not, just use your newly fixed bios.
post #1304 of 1324
I was using DVI any way. my hdmi cable is some cheap one, with poor quality, so this was happening even with dvi. Well i am just using my stock F0W bios, but modded smile.gif
post #1305 of 1324
Ok. So use the hdmi. Thiw problem is related to drivers... wink.gif
Any way just use this fixed bios if you like it. wink.gif
post #1306 of 1324
i use for my pc monitor DVI,too.
But my pc is connected via HDMI with my TV...
So,for me is the best Bios the FY1....F43 kills hdmi frown.gif
but every Bios is throttling,if i use both(TV and Pc monitor)
post #1307 of 1324
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Originally Posted by TurkishGerman View Post

i use for my pc monitor DVI,too.
But my pc is connected via HDMI with my TV...
So,for me is the best Bios the FY1....F43 kills hdmi frown.gif
but every Bios is throttling,if i use both(TV and Pc monitor)
at the same time
post #1308 of 1324
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Originally Posted by TurkishGerman View Post

i use for my pc monitor DVI,too.
But my pc is connected via HDMI with my TV...
So,for me is the best Bios the FY1....F43 kills hdmi frown.gif
but every Bios is throttling,if i use both(TV and Pc monitor)
How do you tell it's throttling? Are you checking the frequency and see it's dropping lower? If that's the case, you can use Catalyst's OverDrive panel to raise the TDP limit (power tune or power limit, I'm not sure hot it's called) to +20% and probably it will stop. I think that Afterburner has this option too, if you're using it to overclock your card. Alternatively you can follow my suggestion to edit your stock BIOS and raise the TDP limits on the "OverDrive & PowerTune" tab in VBE7 v0.0.4, save the BIOS and flash it with atiflash -f -p biosname.rom.

However if this doesn't help, probably your card is throttling due to high operating temperatures and you can only try raising the fan speed percentages and make it louder cooling the card more efficiently.
Edited by Zero-Cold - 4/23/14 at 9:30am
post #1309 of 1324
I will make tomorrow a little video and show you what i mean...Cant tell it so far..
post #1310 of 1324
Hello guys,
first sorry for late answer.
Second for the wrong word,i mean tearing and not throttling...I found a video on youtube,where a guy has the same prblem like me..here is the link:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pjZwxbM7QMg
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