Originally Posted by HmoobYaj87
You should do alittle better than this. My bro's sapphire 7850 at 1150/1200 at 1.21v gets 31 fps on extreme hd. Are you with the latest amd driver 13.2 b6? just notice b7 came out.
I can't get my XFX HD 7850 past 1075 core clock without my computer hard rebooting after gaming for a little. Funny thing is I tested furmark for like 10 minutes at a core clock of 1100 and it didn't crash, and temp only got to 72 C max.
So I don't think temps are a problem, just not stable. XFX has their voltage locked unfortunately.... Seems there is no way around it. Tried flashing the cards bios with a different manufacturers, that ended in disaster with me getting no display after restart. Luckily I had a spare card sitting around to get a picture and reflash with both connected.
I just upgraded to 13.2 b7 yesterday, but the test was ran with b6. If i set everything to ultra but turn of AA off I get 42 FPS which isn't bad. I wish there was a way to unlock my cards voltage. Cause I think I have some slight room with temps, it maxes out at 72 C.
Originally Posted by conwa
Which voltage is that? Im sure you can get it over 30fps! Im well over 60 with 2..
When I run furmark it reports my voltage is 1.168. As I said above, XFX locked the voltage on their cards, apparently it's hardware locked. Seems to be no way around it.... Super ****ty.
I think I might just buy another 7850 and go crossfire. The performance from 2 HD 7850s in crossfire is fantastic, as I'm sure you know lol. I just hope my 680W power supply can handle them along with my FX-8350.Edited by hatrix216 - 2/28/13 at 9:01pm