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I overvolted my memory from 1700 to 1800 using artmoney is that ok or will that harm the card !! Didnt know it was even possible

Please elaborate and tell me where you found this artmoney.
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Rbby tool will do the same as artmoney...
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Rbby tool will do the same as artmoney...

I use it for the core voltage, but it won't work for the memory.
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My new Lightning just came in. Well, new, month old secondhand one.

But i am a sad panda now. It's got Elpida.. and afaik that's baaaaaaaad news.

Good news is, the core is doing very good.

I'm using the skyn3t LN2 BIOS (rev3 as it's for elpida).

Running +100mV (1.200v load? I was expecting more..) and 110% power limit.
Core is now testing at 1333Mhz and seems fine so far in Valley which is my initial testing program. I am pushing a extra 13Mhz every 10 minutes of loop till it either artifacts or crashes.
Then i'll test 1 or 2 steps of 13Mhz lower in other tests to see if it stabilizes.

So far still no sign of artifacts on 1333Mhz even on just 1.20v load.

EDIT: Ok, 1346Mhz artifacts in Valley and 1333 artifacts in 3dMark Fire Strike.
1320Mhz so far seems to be working.


i have same result like you...on AB i can slide memory to +250 but finnaly is only 6500mhz ...very bad but core is good ... 1320 firestrike but when i play 2 hours, maybe metro LL .. sometimes display dapter crash .. so my finaly result is 1280 core 6500 memory ... +81mV core 1,6 mV mem
As for Aux, what use does it have?

EDIT2: Ok, it's worse then I thought.. These Elpida chips will not do +200 no matter what voltage i slam into them. +100 orso is the max I can get on like, 1.70v.. 1.60v I can barely make it to +80 without artifacting...
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I use it for the core voltage, but it won't work for the memory.
That's odd since Rbby tool is made for Lightning cards in first place.
Anyway, artmoney can be found directly on their website.
And for a tutorial, there is a couple of them on youtube, here is one from JulioCesarSF.
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That's odd since Rbby tool is made for Lightning cards in first place.
Anyway, artmoney can be found directly on their website.
And for a tutorial, there is a couple of them on youtube, here is one from JulioCesarSF.

Yeah, it is odd. Thanks for the links.
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So far I've managed 1850MHz on memory without voltage modifications
 
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Just for fun, but just in case anyone wants to see a nearly clock for clock comparison between a cream of the crop R9-280x and a Gtx 780, here's some Firestrike scores I pulled. The 280x is a Matrix Platinum clocked at 1275 core/1750 mem and the 780 is an Msi Lightning at 1164 core boosting to 1280 and 1652 mem. The Matrix was pretty much maxed out and was essentially a suicide run as it was pretty unstable, but the Lightning has quite a bit more headroom and can easily be pushed over 1300 core. Both are still using stock air coolers and the system specs are the same, which are in my sig.




R9-280x-http://www.3dmark.com/fs/1354611



Gtx 780-http://www.3dmark.com/fs/1542802

Reading that late last night, I thought that it was a 290x at first. thumb.gif Interesting comparison. With the current bitcoin craze, they probably cost about the same too.
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Does the Rev4 Skyn3t BIOS have support for Hynix, or is it only for Hynix?
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Reading that late last night, I thought that it was a 290x at first. thumb.gif Interesting comparison. With the current bitcoin craze, they probably cost about the same too.


Sadly they do...a Matrix platinum currently retails for $469...when you can find one lol. I bought my two lightnings for $499 a piece. Based on current prices, it actually is a pretty reasonable comparison, while the cheapest 290's are currently hovering around $500 for reference and $550-$580 for non-reference (again IF you can find them).

Regardless of synthetic benchmarks and hash-rates, I feel that my overall gaming experience has been MUCH improved over the crossfire 280x's I came from while using even one 780. While my other 780 was actually working, the performance was insane when SLI'ed. Not only have I had far fewer problems since upgrading, overclocking a Lightning is infinitely more fun and interesting than a 280x. I'm currently at 1290 core and +325 memory stable at 1.195 volts. Temps stay around 68-69 deg C under load since ambient temp is usually around 24 deg C where I am, and that's without my case fans cranked up.

I've decided to go ahead and go under water in the next few weeks, and I'll be grabbing two EK Lightning gpu blocks, EK Supremecy cpu block, a 420mm x 45mm width radiator, and a 280mm x 60mm radiator for cooling. I'm still deciding on a pump and reservoir, but I'm leaning towards a combo unit due to space constraints. Pretty excited I must say!
     
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