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How do you view VRM temps on these cards? My hardware voltage locked (originally FX0, now F43) cards only seem to show a subset of the regular monitoring info in MSI AB and GPU-Z.
These new revisions don't have monitoring for VRMs... I don't know why, but i have seen the same in other forums...
post #592 of 1324
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Yep, but the difference is not only about the overal score, but the difference between min and max FPS which causes input lags etc.Your are at 59 Im at 82... I played with tuning system and reach this result on F43 BIOS for now with the same OC thumb.gif I dont care about VRM because I have put a copper heatsing on it and they have around 75°C measured with IR thermometer
I had stable 90+ FPS but I had to alt tab to to Chrome beacuse I got an email notification which caused the one sec lag (while alt-tabbin). So yeah what you are saying is not really the right statement there. Also 75°C? I'm getting max of 61°C. I could make another run and post result here but I really don't see a point. Peace thumb.gif
post #593 of 1324
I have a gigabyte 7950 with 81% ASIC Quality, just flashed the F43BIOS Will need to run some tests. Will report back.
post #594 of 1324
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Originally Posted by Deaks2 View Post

How do you view VRM temps on these cards? My hardware voltage locked (originally FX0, now F43) cards only seem to show a subset of the regular monitoring info in MSI AB and GPU-Z.
These new revisions don't have monitoring for VRMs... I don't know why, but i have seen the same in other forums...
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post #595 of 1324
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is it the 1x6pin+1x8pin version with vram heatsink ??

Yes it is the one with the 1x6pin and 1x8pin version.
post #596 of 1324
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Originally Posted by PainKiller89 View Post

I have a gigabyte 7950 with 81% ASIC Quality, just flashed the F43BIOS Will need to run some tests. Will report back.

Well, you have a golden Asic's quality GB 7950 WF3... smile.gif This is one of the highest score i've seen for our cards...
post #597 of 1324
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I had stable 90+ FPS but I had to alt tab to to Chrome beacuse I got an email notification which caused the one sec lag (while alt-tabbin). So yeah what you are saying is not really the right statement there. Also 75°C? I'm getting max of 61°C. I could make another run and post result here but I really don't see a point. Peace thumb.gif

And whats your drivers? Overclocking and system tuning is about reaching the best results as possible, Not about saying "Im glad for 10% more performance than stock". If I had to I will do anything for reaching the best score as it is possbile. It is my hobby:thumb:
And the temperature maybe is not measured exactly.
Cant say who is wrong, because I dont beleive much that integrated thermocells.
Maybe I said it wrong "I dont care about VRM because I have put a copper heatsing on it and they have(had) around 75°C measured with IR thermometer" So I dont care since that about VRM ;-) I have no chip which measured that. So I thing if it is under 100°C it's still OK.
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And whats your drivers? Overclocking and system tuning is about reaching the best results as possible, Not about saying "Im glad for 10% more performance than stock". If I had to I will do anything for reaching the best score as it is possbile. It is my hobby:thumb:
And the temperature maybe is not measured exactly.
Cant say who is wrong, because I dont beleive much that integrated thermocells.
Maybe I said it wrong "I dont care about VRM because I have put a copper heatsing on it and they have(had) around 75°C measured with IR thermometer" So I dont care since that about VRM ;-) I have no chip which measured that. So I thing if it is under 100°C it's still OK.
heh alright smile.gif
Edit: By the way I'm @ Catalyst 13.3_Beta3
Edited by n00pe - 4/6/13 at 4:04am
post #599 of 1324
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Originally Posted by Deaks2 View Post

How do you view VRM temps on these cards? My hardware voltage locked (originally FX0, now F43) cards only seem to show a subset of the regular monitoring info in MSI AB and GPU-Z.

How did you reflash your GB card? Have the same and want to reflash it only cause I want to lower my voltage on it
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The most secure way is using atiflash under DOS. You can see how to do it here.
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