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The WS natively support dual, tri & quad GPU.

I think this is what I will end up getting. P9x79 ws. If I can get to 4.7ghz with the 4930k I will be a happy man... At least until I sleep and have visions of a 5ghz chip... I think it needs that bios flash update for ivy out if the box though, i will have to look into that and figure out how to overclock these as they seem different than overclocking my 3570k.
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Sapphire AMD 290 Tri-X OC, latest stable AMD drivers.

Sup guys, just bought this beauty for the low low price of $530 AUD with free shipping. Decided against the 290X (which was $730) and instead picked up an additional ASUS Direct CU II 7870 for the spare comp with the $200 saved.

I upgraded from an SLI GTX 570 system and its really nice to have a quiet PC for once. This thing's cooling capacity is phenomenal.
Very impressed with the engineering so far, however, software had a few hiccups.

Recently discovered that gameplay is really choppy with Skyrim, DOTA2, Far Cry 3 and Shogun 2 without adaptive Vsync (set via RadeonPro since CCC seems to be ineffective).


Been playing around with the OC, stock seems to like 1100mhz core/ 1400mhz Mem though I bumped +35mv with Afterburner for good measure.
How far has everyone been getting with the Memory Overclocks? My card has Hynix according to MemoryInfo.

Also, I don't have much experience with GDDR5 overclocking since the GTX 570 was more limited by the anemic Memory controller than the actual memory ICs. Is there a reliable way to verify a GDDR5 memory clock? I used to use CUDAmemtest but it was only reliable with GDDR3 since the ECC on the GDDR5 prevents obvious errors.

Cheers
post #20183 of 43921
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Originally Posted by Dasboogieman View Post



Sapphire AMD 290 Tri-X OC, latest stable AMD drivers.

Sup guys, just bought this beauty for the low low price of $530 AUD with free shipping. Decided against the 290X (which was $730) and instead picked up an additional ASUS Direct CU II 7870 for the spare comp with the $200 saved.

I upgraded from an SLI GTX 570 system and its really nice to have a quiet PC for once. This thing's cooling capacity is phenomenal.
Very impressed with the engineering so far, however, software had a few hiccups.

Recently discovered that gameplay is really choppy with Skyrim, DOTA2, Far Cry 3 and Shogun 2 without adaptive Vsync (set via RadeonPro since CCC seems to be ineffective).


Been playing around with the OC, stock seems to like 1100mhz core/ 1400mhz Mem though I bumped +35mv with Afterburner for good measure.
How far has everyone been getting with the Memory Overclocks? My card has Hynix according to MemoryInfo.

Also, I don't have much experience with GDDR5 overclocking since the GTX 570 was more limited by the anemic Memory controller than the actual memory ICs. Is there a reliable way to verify a GDDR5 memory clock? I used to use CUDAmemtest but it was only reliable with GDDR3 since the ECC on the GDDR5 prevents obvious errors.

Cheers
You should get a higher mem clock outta that one with Hynix say 1600 + (6400) . Compared to my 290 with Elphida mem about 1450 - 1500 Mhz (6000) .
Have fun dude thumb.gif
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I guys i´ve been looking at Hybrid II 120 to replace my 290x, but i am a little worried since the VRM and memory cooler is placed on the backside of the card.. does it really cool anything? Or will probably pop some VRM during intense gaming?


Haven´t seen alot of feedback since it´s a relativly new cooler.


Any 290X owners that have one? How are the VRM temps under load?
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Should be able to overclock well. Depends on the CPU of course. He doesn't have much choice anyway since only Saberteeth & WS available. Look like Saberteeth can run tri-GPU but WS natively support dual, tri & quad GPU's. Less secondary voltage control, e.g. PLL voltage, than ROG boards but should do well.
You couldn't go wrong with any blocks. If VRM1 still running hot, like reaching 70s to 80s Celsius when overclock, you may need Fujipoly Extreme or Ultra Extreme for VRM1. They're expensive though.

Yeah, I don't think you can get the Fujipoly here (Australia) easily or really cheaply at all.. I do have a Phoyba 1mm pad though. My housemate also has a few that i could borrow if i need more too.

I'll see how it goes I guess, it's going to be better then air either way. thumb.gif
 
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1.http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/vwfpp/

2.Msi Gaming Series Twin Frozr 290x x2

3.Stock twin frozr cooling until someone produces a block that will fit over the larger capacitors on this card.
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1.http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/vwfpp/

2.Msi Gaming Series Twin Frozr 290x x2

3.Stock twin frozr cooling until someone produces a block that will fit over the larger capacitors on this card.

EK has a block coming soon that will fit the larger capacitors on these cards.
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1.http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/vwfpp/

2.Msi Gaming Series Twin Frozr 290x x2

3.Stock twin frozr cooling until someone produces a block that will fit over the larger capacitors on this card.


EK lists a block as 'Coming Soon' on their Cooling Configurator website :thumbsups

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Is there a bios editor capable of editing r9 290/x roms?
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Sapphire AMD 290 Tri-X OC, latest stable AMD drivers.

Sup guys, just bought this beauty for the low low price of $530 AUD with free shipping. Decided against the 290X (which was $730) and instead picked up an additional ASUS Direct CU II 7870 for the spare comp with the $200 saved.

I upgraded from an SLI GTX 570 system and its really nice to have a quiet PC for once. This thing's cooling capacity is phenomenal.
Very impressed with the engineering so far, however, software had a few hiccups.

Recently discovered that gameplay is really choppy with Skyrim, DOTA2, Far Cry 3 and Shogun 2 without adaptive Vsync (set via RadeonPro since CCC seems to be ineffective).


Been playing around with the OC, stock seems to like 1100mhz core/ 1400mhz Mem though I bumped +35mv with Afterburner for good measure.
How far has everyone been getting with the Memory Overclocks? My card has Hynix according to MemoryInfo.

Also, I don't have much experience with GDDR5 overclocking since the GTX 570 was more limited by the anemic Memory controller than the actual memory ICs. Is there a reliable way to verify a GDDR5 memory clock? I used to use CUDAmemtest but it was only reliable with GDDR3 since the ECC on the GDDR5 prevents obvious errors.

Cheers

 

Choppy Gameplay:

  • Make sure all of your old drivers are gone by using Display Driver Uninstaller.
  • What driver version are you running?  My suggestion would be the 13.12 as 14.X beta drivers have been problematic for some time now.  I have read that 14.3 is better than the last couple iterations, especially if you fancy using Mantle.

 

Memory Overclock:

  • This really varies quite a bit from card to card.
  • Hynix usually outperforms Elpida, but there have been a few people with outstanding Elpida cards.
  • Personally my XFX 290 Black Edition can run the memory up to 1700; it has Hynix
  • Some people have better luck with RAM overclock using MSI Afterburner since it has AUX Voltage adjustment which is for the RAM; I use Sapphire Trixx
  • Memory OC comes in a definite second behind core clock
    • To verify your OC run some benchmarks.
    • Anything 3DMark of Unigine are very popular choices for stability testing
    • When pushing the RAM too high I usually experienced Black Screens and lock ups
      • Pushing core too far will more than likely result in artifacting and screen tearing

 

Check out my Shrunken Beast build log and you can see all my overclocking I did with my card in a spreadsheet.  On average my large RAM overclock was only good for about 5% benchmark performance boost

 

 

 

Most important thing to consider with these cards is temperatures on VRM1, it will inhibit your OC before core temp does.  The consensus in this thread seems to be two things:  The VRMs are rated for up to ~120C, and most feel the comfortable operating temperature ~80C.  Whenever you order the block for your card, I would highly suggest upgrading the VRM thermal pads to Fujipoly Ultra Extreme, they make a considerable difference.

 

http://www.overclock.net/t/1468593/r9-290-x-thermal-pad-upgrade-vrm-temperatures


Edited by Roboyto - 4/6/14 at 9:40am
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