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What's the average OC a 290 can achieve under stock volts? Something like 1050MHz? Maybe 1100MHz?

1175 on the core here but power limit is maxed PL at 50% using Trixx. Benches at 1300.
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1175 on the core here but power limit is maxed at 50% using Trixx. Benches at 1300.

I don't think you can do that on stock volts, which is what he was asking.

As for the original question, I would say between 1050-1100 is the average range @stock. Mine does 1090 consistently and 1100 can be artifact free depending on the temps and benchmark. No artifacts while gaming (BF4,skyrim) while @1100/1500.
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I don't think you can do that on stock volts, which is what he was asking.

that's the question i answered. btw, mine is watered. it could prolly do higher but i just tried 1200 but no go.

here is 1300 at +200 . . .

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/7716320
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that's the question i answered. btw, mine is watered. it could prolly do higher but i just tried 1200 but no go.

here is 1300 at +200 . . .

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/7716320
Dang 1170 at stock volts sounds like you have a keeper. Could you post some shots of benching 1170@stock volt? Also, what manufacturer and bios?
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Dang 1170 at stock volts sounds like you have a keeper. Could you post some shots of benching 1170@stock volt? Also, what manufacturer and bios?

i lied. here is 1080 at stock . . .

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/7718626




my bad. i'll run it again and add 100.

edit: here we go . . .

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/7718654



i saw artifacts, so 1175 it is. it is made by msi and using stock bios. it is not unlockable.
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How's the performance difference between the 290 and 290X when they're under water and overclocked? I don't know if I can justify the price-difference between 290 and 290X.

Probably not enough to be worth the price difference - maybe 5% or so.
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Anyone double check the memory contact with a EKWB full cover for 290/x? wonder if supplied thermal pads are making good contact and would hate to pull it all apart to confirm.
They work fine. A drop of MX-4 on top of the pads don't hurt either. Just don't make the same mistake as I did. I thought that I needed to cut the pads myself but found out later that they were pre-cut to fit the chips perfectly.
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i lied. here is 1080 at stock . . .

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/7718626




my bad. i'll run it again and add 100.

edit: here we go . . .

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/7718654



i saw artifacts, so 1175 it is. it is made by msi and using stock bios. it is not unlockable.

Nice, do me a favor or, in gpuz monitoring click on the vddc and vddc1 so that it shows max voltage values recorded and run the bench, I'm curious what your vdroop is. Thanks in advance.
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Nice, do me a favor or, in gpuz monitoring click on the vddc and vddc1 so that it shows max voltage values recorded and run the bench, I'm curious what your vdroop is. Thanks in advance.

the VDDC jumped to 1.22v. i think there is no way to keep it from compensating at load but the way i understand the question is without touching the voltage by manually adjusting it.
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the VDDC jumped to 1.22v. i think there is no way to keep it from compensating at load but the way i understand the question is without touching the voltage by manually adjusting it.

Which is why "stock voltage" has always been such a useless comparison. Mine is 1.16v under load, at stock voltage. How does that make sense to compare to someone with 1.1v load, or yours with 1.22v?

I guess I always thought it was idiotic when people said that before, with the 79XX cards. Some came stock at 1.25v and others as low as 0.95v.. of course those with high reference voltages flaunted their high OCs and made everyone else think they got bad cards.
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