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If you notice the average overclock for the card, you will see that 1140 is actually pretty good.
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1140 on the core isnt a poor overclock; I bet the maxed voltage set is overkill, try operating at the aforementioned clocks with a range of voltage.

I have twin 290X gpus performing 1212/1300 @ 1315 mv. 1300 being an absolute maximum, higher provides diminished returns in most cases, negative returns in a few. The core clock scales very well to performance gains - @ 2560x1440, ultra mode & 4xMSAA heaven 4.0, frames delivered ratches up from 69.7 to 77.3 when taking clocks from 1100 mhz to 1200mhz. Cards arent yet under dihydrogen monoxide, nevertheless my clocks are immune to the plague of throttling, so with higher capabilitu cooling id expect 1250 a reasonable expectation for these fantastic cards. AMD is bound to unlock better performance via drivers, too, so the gpu division high-end looks pretty bright these days.
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shooting for 1300MHz . . .

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/7689992

orig bios and oc'ing using just Trixx.
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Originally Posted by geggeg View Post

If you notice the average overclock for the card, you will see that 1140 is actually pretty good.

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Originally Posted by TripleTurbo View Post

1140 on the core isnt a poor overclock; I bet the maxed voltage set is overkill, try operating at the aforementioned clocks with a range of voltage.

I have twin 290X gpus performing 1212/1300 @ 1315 mv. 1300 being an absolute maximum, higher provides diminished returns in most cases, negative returns in a few. The core clock scales very well to performance gains - @ 2560x1440, ultra mode & 4xMSAA heaven 4.0, frames delivered ratches up from 69.7 to 77.3 when taking clocks from 1100 mhz to 1200mhz. Cards arent yet under dihydrogen monoxide, nevertheless my clocks are immune to the plague of throttling, so with higher capabilitu cooling id expect 1250 a reasonable expectation for these fantastic cards. AMD is bound to unlock better performance via drivers, too, so the gpu division high-end looks pretty bright these days.


oh i didnt know that 1140 is actually a good overclock coz of my voltage increasement of 100 mv,.. ok guys i will try to lower the mv voltage and see if i can stable it with 1140 core clock and later oc my memory as well

by the way when i set my oc on my card at 1140 core clock 100 mv my max temp is 76 @75 percent fan and max voltage i think is 1.321 volts
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Hi just installed my two R9's with water cooling. Can I be added to this thread?

Brand: Asus BF4 edition
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ok final oc result

ab settings

100 mv

core clock 1135 core clock

memory clock 1400

and fan speed 75 percent load 76 c

max voltage is 1.336 volts and idle is 1.086

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/7690273

but its weird 3dmark11 not showing my card overclock core clock and memory clock haha

is my overclock ok or still weak?
Edited by maynard14 - 12/20/13 at 7:07am
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I posted this earlier, but you guys benching with 3dmark 11, if you have been waiting for a sale to upgrade to the new 3dmark.

Steam currently has it on sale for 50% off. so it is now $12.50. Well worth it imo.
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I would wait it out, it was 75% off at the summer sale.
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shooting for 1300MHz . . .

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/7689992

orig bios and oc'ing using just Trixx.
WHich version are you using? (I mean TriXX)
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shooting for 1300MHz . . .

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/7689992

orig bios and oc'ing using just Trixx.
Voltage? Cooling? Temps???????
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Originally Posted by TripleTurbo View Post

1140 on the core isnt a poor overclock; I bet the maxed voltage set is overkill, try operating at the aforementioned clocks with a range of voltage.

I have twin 290X gpus performing 1212/1300 @ 1315 mv. 1300 being an absolute maximum, higher provides diminished returns in most cases, negative returns in a few. The core clock scales very well to performance gains - @ 2560x1440, ultra mode & 4xMSAA heaven 4.0, frames delivered ratches up from 69.7 to 77.3 when taking clocks from 1100 mhz to 1200mhz. Cards arent yet under dihydrogen monoxide, nevertheless my clocks are immune to the plague of throttling, so with higher capabilitu cooling id expect 1250 a reasonable expectation for these fantastic cards. AMD is bound to unlock better performance via drivers, too, so the gpu division high-end looks pretty bright these days.

1100 to 1200 only increases mine from <5% in the standard heaven test [1920x1080, extreme preset, full screen]
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