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Originally Posted by Roboyto View Post

I swear sometimes you just type things for the sake of typing things.  

I think the plate actually does make make a difference especially with the RX 480. 

MSI is using a smaller cooler with less fans and manages a card that is 8dB quieter, that's a lot, while only sacrificing 5C in thermals.  


The ASUS was IMHO tested with the broken temp target of 65C instead of 75C, many reviews of 480s are messed up by that. MSI 480 and 1060 cooler is the same.
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i think the problems i have its that my PSU cant handle my system, in specs i read 45A at 552W sometimes my games crash, sometimes my pc shut off, i may need to look for another PSU damn it !
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The ASUS was IMHO tested with the broken temp target of 65C instead of 75C, many reviews of 480s are messed up by that. MSI 480 and 1060 cooler is the same.

If that is the case, the it couldn't meet that target while being nearly as loud as the reference cooler. If the MSI's target was 75, why did it peak at 73? It could have been even quieter to run at 75.

Even if the target temp was 75 there's no way it would eliminate the 8dB gap. MSI is just better in the GPU market if you ask me...And most likely better with RMA..can't speak from experience but they can't be worse than ASUS.

Yes, MSI may be using the same cooler, but at least it does a good job on BOTH cards.
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The targets aren't to be met 100% wink.gif Doing so makes the fans spin up and down too much which is most noticeable. The fans ramp up way before the target.
The MSI cooler is OK but it has gotten MSI cards way too hyped which skyrockets their pricing. Plus all the MSI cards look one like the other.
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My cards have 61% and 63% ASIC. The 61% one won't get over 1130 being stable on stock 1.2V (?). I'm gonna test my other card sometime whenever I can but It's stable at 1130 too.
Gigabyte rev 1 280xs with 1100 being stock.
Is it relatively good or not? I don't know what people get out of these generally.

Locked voltage sucks frown.gif

Dude search for the gigabyte 280x voltage bios unlock thread, you can flash a bios and add voltage. I just did it on my GB 280x WF Oc rev 2. At stock (locked) voltage it was at 1.09 and I was able to Oc to 1140. With the new bios I'm at 1240 core, 1650 on memory. I think I finally won a silicon lottery with this card though my asic is 71ish. Can get through benchmarks at 1250 so I think a little bit of voltage can get me to 1260. Just be sure to follow all directions. Be sure to set your bios switch to 1, backup your bios, and then follow the thread.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1450456/gigabyte-r9-280x-v2-voltage-lock-bypass-through-bios-mod

Fyi voltage control is still locked in trixx and AB haven't been able to work around that yet but I can see in gpuz that my vddc is indeed 1.3 just have to change voltage thru bios ATM.
Edited by ColdDeckEd - 8/13/16 at 2:57am
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I've got the Gigabyte R9 280x Rev 1.0 and I would like to update to the newest BIOS, but I'm unsure of which one to pick; the Gigabyte site (link below) has 3 different versions available - F71, F4, and F13.

http://www.gigabyte.us/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4845#bios


Windows lists my BIOS information as 113-C3865000-X01

GPU-Z says my BIOS version is 015.038.000.003.003435


Secondly, has anyone here had any success raising the voltage on this thing? I saw a thread where many users were able to do it on Rev 2.0 and 3.0, but none for 1.0. Is it possible? Is it worth it? My card runs about 40 idle, 76 max, and I haven't overclocked it so far because it looks like there is very little stability headroom (+40 core clock, +140 memory clock), and I'm also a total noob to overclocking and don't want to ruin anything.

Does anyone have knowledge of this? Thanks in advance for any help!
post #9637 of 9745
Check out the thread I linked I'm pretty sure there's a rev 1 bios in there. Download the gigabyte bios flash program to find out what version bios you have. Use the gigabyte bios flasher to backup your switch 1 bios only. When you go to save the original it should say what bios version you have. Do not use that program to flash though. Better to use the command line version of atiflash IMO it just works better.

No offense but did you even bother to read just one post above yours?

Don't sweat being a noob everyone was at one point. One very nice feature of these cards is that there's a bios switch so if you mess up there's a way to still use the card. Still you will want to backup your original. Just read read and read some more and follow all the directions.
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hello again,
I did manage to get it to go to 1070 in world of tanks of all things I don't want to play.
so it can hit the target clock. smile.gif
    
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OK....I'm not late to the party...but just late. biggrin.gif

Back Story:
I purchased this card on 2/1/2014. I used it in a old Dell 4700 computer. I played BF4 with it and it was the cat's meow. I didn't do any overclocking at all on it. I really didn't know much about overclocking in general really.

Fast Forward:
I purchased the nVidia GTX 970 on 9-24-2014 to replace this card. I then set about learning how to overclock GPU's. I learned how to overclock and mod the bios. I then built another rig(Transformer in sig). So my son has been on it ever since.

Present Day:
I decided after nVidia/AMD released their new cards that it was time for a upgrade. I'm not partial to either brand, so I decided that for the perf/$$ that I would upgrade his rig to the Powercolor Devil RX480. It will be here in a few days. Today, I swapped out one of my 970's for the R9 270x(Oh it's a Sapphire 4gb model). I set about doing some baseline benchmarks. I left it at stock so I can compare the two cards later. As painful as it was to watch....I set about running Valley/Heaven/Firestrike/Time Spy. I believe the base clocks are 1070/1400. It has no problems maintaining those. I ran each test twice, as was actually surprised at the scores(not that they are great, but very consistent). I only used the latest driver. I may go back a few sets and see if there is much difference.

In my short time....I was able to get to 1150/1500@1.225v(Valley only). I didn't try any of the others. I did the benchmarks pretty much how I do them with my 970's(they have modded bios, so no software for core/memory/voltage). I use Afterburner...set the power limit all the way up, and I set the fans to about 75%. When I do my other cards, I normally set them to 100% because of being in SLI. I tried 1170/1500. It didn't crash, but did hiccup a few times and dropped the score below what I got at 1150/1500.

Do you think this is the limit?

Is there anyway to add more voltage?

Is there a guide on modding the bios, if it can be done?

Again...sorry I'm late...and honestly, I didn't gain but about 2-3fps in Valley. I'm also not sure what I will do with the card once I get the RX470.

Thanks for the patience...hope I got everything explained. I am sure the answers to my questions are in this thread(I tried the search function), but there are just way too many pages. biggrin.gif

EDIT: The final clocks that I was able to reach and be stable were 1125/6000. thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
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Sapphire cards should have unlocked voltage. I've had probably 10 Sapphire cards since 2008 and not a single one didn't have unlocked voltage.

Use Sapphire Trixx to add more voltage.

There should be no real reason to modify the bios. You can probably get higher clocks just by adding more voltage. Make sure you raise the power limit all the way, too.

The "2-3" fps in Valley is basically normal for that card. If you use 3dmark11 or Fire Strike you should see a good difference in score overclocked vs not overclocked. In Valley you probably got around 35 fps or close to it, and OCing probably bumped it up closer to 40. Well, if you're not on LN2, then 40 fps in Valley Extreme HD is basically the best you can hope for with a 270X. Even my "golden" 270X that could pass Valley at 1300mhz only got like 42 fps. (And it was totally unstable in everything else and would crash immediately.)
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