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So I was able to get this stable OC with my Vapor X 7950:

http://postimg.org/image/gd333uxnr/

Can I go beyond this? How to actually get it beyond those?

I tried but failed, looks like Voltage needs to be tweaked.

Can any one help me with that?
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post #2 of 9
in trixx set voltage to 1250 or the highest value, and then move the core slider to 1200 and run valley or something. keep the memory around 1400 and slowly increase. if 1200 core not stable slowly decrease by like 10.
Voltage reading would actually be around 1.2 at full load. Theres also a modded trixx that you can try using to push more voltage.
http://www35.zippyshare.com/v/4022846/file.html
Edited by akbisw - 9/8/13 at 6:03am
post #3 of 9
watch your temps for both core and VRMs. you may have to set a more aggressive fan curve instead of auto. keep those temps below 80C. 70 is better.

how tight is the 7950 in the 311?
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watch your temps for both core and VRMs. you mayt have to set a more aggressive fan curve instead of auto. keep those temps below 80C. 70 is better.

how tight is the 7950 in the 311?

Temps with valley benchmark don't go above 62-63 C. Ya I'm using auto Fan speed.

How to watch temps of core and VRMs? What software to use.

These are my scores with different clocks(max res of my monitor):

default GPU and CPU:

http://postimg.org/image/gfv73ojf1/

GPU: 1100/1500 and CPU @ 4.8Ghz

http://postimg.org/image/m6wfq50pz/
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post #5 of 9
skip the add ons . . .

http://www.hwinfo.com/

scroll down to see vrm temps. it should show if your card has sensors for them.

i suggest use GPUZ and render test to see your temps first.

http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/

check temps at stock first. my temps in games and benchmarks are pretty close to this (watered) . . .



edit: hit the ? mark. might as well save the BIOS (icon near the bios version).
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skip the add ons . . .

http://www.hwinfo.com/

scroll down to see vrm temps. it should show if your card has sensors for them.

i suggest use GPUZ and render test to see your temps first.

http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/

check temps at stock first. my temps in games and benchmarks are pretty close to this (watered) . . .



edit: hit the ? mark. might as well save the BIOS (icon near the bios version).

are my scores Ok at that max resolution of my monitor?

Yes I have that hwinfo software and temps look pretty good in late 60's as soon as I go out of benchmark software.
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yes, your score is good. your system is running fine. i ran my 7970 stock same settings and got a 56. yours is faster than a 7970.

so, is the gpu a tight fit in your case? thanks.

btw, i find some games look better in 1440/900 than 1080. maybe its just me.
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yes, your score is good. your system is running fine. i ran my 7970 stock same settings and got a 56. yours is faster than a 7970.

so, is the gpu a tight fit in your case? thanks.

btw, i find some games look better in 1440/900 than 1080. maybe its just me.

apologies for replying so late.

it's real tight in my case, i have to remove the lower part that can hold the HDD in order to make some room.

oh im happy that my scores are fine.


thanks for confirming. rep'd
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apologies for replying so late.

it's real tight in my case, i have to remove the lower part that can hold the HDD in order to make some room.

oh im happy that my scores are fine.


thanks for confirming. rep'd

+rep to you, too.
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