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post #1831 of 9742
Found great program called EVGA OC Scanner X that seems to work flawlessly for picking up artifacts on my Asus r9 280x

http://www.evga.com/ocscanner/

Key features:
MultipleTests for maxing out the GPU's memory
Multiple Test for maxing out the GPU core clock
Settings to shut off if reach a temperature/or if a artifact is found.
Creates a log file of the run.
post #1832 of 9742
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Originally Posted by ShadowMAN280x View Post


QUESTION:
Can anybody recommend good stress test software that catches artifacts well or is FurMark it?
GPUTool, OCCT
post #1833 of 9742
I was just on Newegg, and saw that Gigabyte just came out with a revised 280x. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125490 From the picture, the PCB looks black, but it's hard to tell. What do you guys think? Plus, it said that it comes with BF4. Very tempting!
post #1834 of 9742
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Originally Posted by zainy View Post

I was just on Newegg, and saw that Gigabyte just came out with a revised 280x. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125490 From the picture, the PCB looks black, but it's hard to tell. What do you guys think? Plus, it said that it comes with BF4. Very tempting!
i think its great biggrin.gif
post #1835 of 9742
I have a Lian Li pca-71fb case which has the tooless pci-e holders and the His r9 290x will hit the holders and will not fit in the case so i have to go a lower profiled gpu like the sapphire toxics or idk gigabyte?
post #1836 of 9742
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Originally Posted by zainy View Post

I was just on Newegg, and saw that Gigabyte just came out with a revised 280x. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125490 From the picture, the PCB looks black, but it's hard to tell. What do you guys think? Plus, it said that it comes with BF4. Very tempting!

Actually quite easy to tell that it is indeed black, which is fantastic because blue looks awful.
post #1837 of 9742
Also, the toxic comes with a very sexy and sturdy backplate
post #1838 of 9742
Quote:
Originally Posted by zainy View Post

I was just on Newegg, and saw that Gigabyte just came out with a revised 280x. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125490 From the picture, the PCB looks black, but it's hard to tell. What do you guys think? Plus, it said that it comes with BF4. Very tempting!

It has a new PCB and shroud but it still uses the old 3 heatpipe and fin array from the old Windforce 3 and not the new version with 6 heatpipes. http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4845#ov

R9 280X Rev 2





450W Windforce 6 heatpipes and fin array

Edited by Roaches - 11/25/13 at 5:44pm
post #1839 of 9742
That new Gigabyte LOOKS nice smile.gif
post #1840 of 9742
Guys, I got problems with my 280x. I bought it an country across the border, so if I need to send it for repair (replacement) I need to be sure they can't say "Its not a problem, eff you"

Video 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e0qg-EMhuSE
Video 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ENJfghnP4s
Oil leakage: http://i.imgur.com/VF5fQti.jpg
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