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Are you using Afterburner and if you are is the graphics overdrive disabled in CCC. Powercolors clocking tool is not really that good, I only use afterburner and turn off AMD graphics overdrive because they conflict.

If I use Afterburner, then what will happen? Do I need to overclock to get rid off the BSOD?
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Hey guys since we all like OC'ing and benchmarks,why not do it for a cause?I've seen some crazy numbers in this thread,so I'll just pop the question..If anyone of you would like to post your numbers,I'm sure you know that there's a 3D Fanboy Competition: nVidia vs AMD!! going on in OCN..So,go there and help the Red team out!!!Sorry for being offtopic.gif but the Green Team is currently kicking our butts.. rolleyes.gif
Also,just want to say that nobody put me up to this,I just thought it'd be cool to beat those Green Fanboys once and for all devil.gif
   
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If I use Afterburner, then what will happen? Do I need to overclock to get rid off the BSOD?

BSOD? dont ruin your cards, edpecially if its already OC;ed

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Powercolor Devil HD R9 270X : Core 1223MHz, Memory 1592MHz

When I looked at the PowerColor Devil HD 7870 I found that the core really would stretch its legs once you started adding voltage to the mix. Unfortunately the only way to see any boost at all was by increasing the power limits to +20. Using that adjustment as a baseline I adjusted the fan speed to 100% to keep the components including the core, memory, and 7+1+1 phase power system cool to maximize the clock speed potential using the installed cooling solution. By using this method I was able to gain an additional 43Mhz over the rated boost clock speed of 1180Mhz. Kind of a disappointment when you see just what the architecture can do. However that disappointment in the core clock speed is tempered with the massive boost in memory clock speed that helps offset the performance deficit. A gain of 192Mhz in memory clock speed does help drive performance but not as much as core clock speed. Right from the factory Powercolor put a big tune on this card to allow it to perform at a level above the competition. By doing so they did not leave a lot of meat on the bone for the enthusiast. At least with the core clock speed. Once we get some voltage tuning ability on this one we should see the card spread its Devlish wings.
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Ok I manage to solve my issue which is giving me headaches for days. mad.gif And I just want to share for all those having an issue with their card that keeps getting blue screen while playing or pushing the card to its limit. With error code of 0xa000001 or atikmdag.sys related issue and also the "Display Driver stopped responding and has recovered" message like mine. So I brought my card to the shop where I purchased it, and report whats happening. I just tell them I'm having BSOD while playing intense game such as COD: Ghost, BF4 and Skyrim using different drivers, from 13.12 up to the latest beta. I'am properly uninstalling the driver using software like DDU. My PSU is Corsair 650W, and my ram sticks are in good shape. So after they test it the BSOD did not occur, while playing games. Then I ask them to run a sensor to monitor the temps of the card, and by looking at it, the temperature is only 60-62c which is way cooler than what I'am getting in my case. (It's summertime so expect it to be hotter) Maybe because of the room where they conduct the testing which is air conditioned. Usually the blue screen occurs for 15mins to 30mins, but It did not. So my card is NTF (No trouble Found). smile.gif

Then after that I install the card in my system and Increase the fan speed by 50% because it is set to auto by default. Then after playing for an hour, the blue screen did not occur and also no "Display Driver stopped responding and has recovered" popup message on system tray. thumb.gif

Bottom line: I think R9 cards specially the 270x will shutdown itself or BSOD if the VRM and the GPU temps is reaching 73c+ using the auto fan speed of the card. So its an over heating issue because of the poor fan settings of the card if the fan speed is set to auto mode, You can fix this out by increasing the fan speed of the card manually (Mine set to 50%) or depending on how hot is it. Or by lowering your GPU and memory clock which I do not recommend because if you're a gamer / enthusiast you want to get the best performance so I will not underclock my card . By the way my card is Powercolor R9 270x Devil. I don't know if this will work for you, but just give it a try then show the results. smile.gif
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Ok I manage to solve my issue which is giving me headaches for days. mad.gif And I just want to share for all those having an issue with their card that keeps getting blue screen while playing or pushing the card to its limit. With error code of 0xa000001 or atikmdag.sys related issue and also the "Display Driver stopped responding and has recovered" message like mine. So I brought my card to the shop where I purchased it, and report whats happening. I just tell them I'm having BSOD while playing intense game such as COD: Ghost, BF4 and Skyrim using different drivers, from 13.12 up to the latest beta. I'am properly uninstalling the driver using software like DDU. My PSU is Corsair 650W, and my ram sticks are in good shape. So after they test it the BSOD did not occur, while playing games. Then I ask them to run a sensor to monitor the temps of the card, and by looking at it, the temperature is only 60-62c which is way cooler than what I'am getting in my case. (It's summertime so expect it to be hotter) Maybe because of the room where they conduct the testing which is air conditioned. Usually the blue screen occurs for 15mins to 30mins, but It did not. So my card is NTF (No trouble Found). smile.gif

Then after that I install the card in my system and Increase the fan speed by 50% because it is set to auto by default. Then after playing for an hour, the blue screen did not occur and also no "Display Driver stopped responding and has recovered" popup message on system tray. thumb.gif


Bottom line: I think R9 cards specially the 270x will shutdown itself or BSOD if the VRM and the GPU temps is reaching 73c+ using the auto fan speed of the card. So its an over heating issue because of the poor fan settings of the card if the fan speed is set to auto mode, You can fix this out by increasing the fan speed of the card manually (Mine set to 50%) or depending on how hot is it. Or by lowering your GPU and memory clock which I do not recommend because if you're a gamer / enthusiast you want to get the best performance so I will not underclock my card . By the way my card is Powercolor R9 270x Devil. I don't know if this will work for you, but just give it a try then show the results. smile.gif

 

The Devil 270X has a pretty high overclock out of the box boosting to 1180 on the core.  If you are trying to push it further than that you will need to add additional voltage with AB, Trixx or something of the like.  I had an ASUS DC2 7870 that was watercooled and I was able to push it to around 1225 on the core, after that I was having problems.  I read a number of reviews on the Devil 270X and there isn't much room for that card to go further than 1180 on the core clock since it is well past GHz specs already.  I just bought one and am waiting for it to come in the mail for my wife :)

 

The core and VRMs shouldn't have a problem around 70C, if it was reaching 90+ than that would likely be cause for concern. 

 

That message you're getting could be due to temperatures, or from unstable overclocking.  I see the pic of rig has the side panel off the case, it may help to use the side panel fans to supply fresh air to the card instead of forcing constant fan speed on the card.

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The Devil 270X has a pretty high overclock out of the box boosting to 1180 on the core.  If you are trying to push it further than that you will need to add additional voltage with AB, Trixx or something of the like.  I had an ASUS DC2 7870 that was watercooled and I was able to push it to around 1225 on the core, after that I was having problems.  I read a number of reviews on the Devil 270X and there isn't much room for that card to go further than 1180 on the core clock since it is well past GHz specs already.  I just bought one and am waiting for it to come in the mail for my wife smile.gif

The core and VRMs shouldn't have a problem around 70C, if it was reaching 90+ than that would likely be cause for concern. 

That message you're getting could be due to temperatures, or from unstable overclocking.  I see the pic of rig has the side panel off the case, it may help to use the side panel fans to supply fresh air to the card instead of forcing constant fan speed on the card.

Again I'am not trying to overclock my card and I have no intention since it is overclocked out of the box and I don't want to shorten the lifespan of the card. I'am getting BSOD with all settings of the card set to default or auto. I don't know if the core or VRM is ok with 73+c which is the temps of mine while running games just 15mins to 30 the blue screen will occur. So my solution for this is instead of leaving the fan settings to auto (while playing games its only 30-40% fan speed and temps of VRM and core is 73+c in my case) So I set it manually to 50% just to dissipate the heat and the result is good, the game did not crashed / no BSOD at all and I manage to play 1 hour with no issues encountered. I will continue this settings and play longer and post the results. The picture you saw is my system before, I did a lot of changes now. And about the side panel taken off, its for picture purposes only. The side panel of thor V2 is not windowed so you can't see the inside clearly.
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Again I'am not trying to overclock my card and I have no intention since it is overclocked out of the box and I don't want to shorten the lifespan of the card. I'am getting BSOD with all settings of the card set to default or auto. I don't know if the core or VRM is ok with 73+c which is the temps of mine while running games just 15mins to 30 the blue screen will occur. So my solution for this is instead of leaving the fan settings to auto (while playing games its only 30-40% fan speed and temps of VRM and core is 73+c in my case) So I set it manually to 50% just to dissipate the heat and the result is good, the game did not crashed / no BSOD at all and I manage to play 1 hour with no issues encountered. I will continue this settings and play longer and post the results. The picture you saw is my system before, I did a lot of changes now. And about the side panel taken off, its for picture purposes only. The side panel of thor V2 is not windowed so you can't see the inside clearly.

 

The card shouldn't have issues in the 70C range though.  AMD tech support told me about core temperature when I contacted them regarding Xfire for 6790s a ways back.  The core should be able to operate near 100C without faltering, and most VRMs are rated to function over 100C; not that it is a good idea to do so in either case, but they can.   It is good that forcing constant speed has fixed the problem, however which VRM is reaching 73+?  Is it the primary VRM1 for core, or secondary VRM2 for RAM? If the secondary VRM is reaching 73+, than the primary is likely much hotter than that which could be the source of your problem.

 

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Powercolor has appropriate sinks attached to the VRMs, and you can see the high quality chokes there as well.

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I don't know but after I changes my fan settings to manual my problems went away. My problem / issues is this and I already posted it here before,






That is what I'am getting before, can you tell me what cause this? If you can tell me, and manage to find out the solution then I might say that the card is not over heating.
Here is the list that I've done so far and did not sort things out.

1. Installed drivers 13.12, 13.10, 14.1, 14.2, 14.3 (uninstalling previous driver using DDU) also clean the registry after, using CC Cleaner
2. Already followed the instructions from AMD about atikmdag.sys related problems. http://support.amd.com/en-us/kb-articles/Pages/737-27116RadeonSeries-ATIKMDAGhasstoppedrespondingerrormessages.aspx
3.Followed instruction from other forums with the same problem like mine http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=363233
4. Reformat PC / freshly installed OS
5. Updated Motherboard BIOS
6 Drivers and chipset are up to Date
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Run whocrashed it should give you info on your BSOD it looks like a driver issue

http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1690717/bsod-0xa0000001-error.html
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Originally Posted by diggiddi View Post

Run whocrashed it should give you info on your BSOD it looks like a driver issue

http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1690717/bsod-0xa0000001-error.html

Like the bluescreenviewer which I used. I managed to solve this.
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