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Well usually they are a bit more. R&D, higher quality PCB components (potentially) and a slightly more expensive hsf.. $20-$40 markup is totally fair for non-reference. Unless its an XFX Double Disippation, those should be like half off theyre so bad - at least with 6XXX and 7XXX
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Well usually they are a bit more. R&D, higher quality PCB components (potentially) and a slightly more expensive hsf.. $20-$40 markup is totally fair for non-reference. Unless its an XFX Double Disippation, those should be like half off theyre so bad - at least with 6XXX and 7XXX

No, not really. Go on newegg right now and i bet you irl money you can find aftermarket cards going for the exact same price in every series of GPU's besides the 290's.

Sure i understand a 10 dollar markup and would gladly pay that but history has shown you can almost always find aftermarket coolers for the same price as reference cards.
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Holy moly lol, you planning to run a Nuclear reactor with that?


well no ----but i always been a quad fan of both nvidia and amd ...
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My overclock isn't doing anything, it's strange. The new clocks show in GPU-Z but when I run FireStrike there is zero difference between stock and overclocked results and the clocks speeds are reported as 1000/1250.
    
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My overclock isn't doing anything, it's strange. The new clocks show in GPU-Z but when I run FireStrike there is zero difference between stock and overclocked results and the clocks speeds are reported as 1000/1250.

What are you using to over clock
    
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What are you using to over clock

Overdrive. I am downloading Afterburner right now, I haven't been particularly fond of it in the past but it seems to be the best option with these cards.
    
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Overdrive. I am downloading Afterburner right now, I haven't been particularly fond of it in the past but it seems to be the best option with these cards.

I had to enable overdrive and set an overclock there first, and then after that Afterburner could change it and work normally. But before I set it in CCC once, it didn't save the changes.
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I've tried the command: MSIAfterburner.exe /sg0 /wi4,30,8d,18 /sg1 /wi4,30,8d,18 but my voltage isn't going above the 100mv? Any ideas?
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I've tried the command: MSIAfterburner.exe /sg0 /wi4,30,8d,18 /sg1 /wi4,30,8d,18 but my voltage isn't going above the 100mv? Any ideas?

You checking the offset or the actual voltage? I think I heard that it doesn't change the offset numbers, it just adds 100mV to whatever is set there. So +0 is actually +100 and +100 would be +200.
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Overdrive. I am downloading Afterburner right now, I haven't been particularly fond of it in the past but it seems to be the best option with these cards.

There is a new version of trixx in one of these threads, and it does +200 mv.

ediit- here it is

http://www.overclock.net/t/1444892/sapphire-290-290x-trixx-voltage-control-missing/50
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