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Have you tried checking out how consistent your PSU power delivery is?
you might try OCCT and generating charts to see if you are having wild swings while under stressed conditions

http://www.ocbase.com/index.php/download

It will generate charts on just about everythinghing on you voltages and voltage rails. look for oddities and or unusual amounts of Vdroop

These are OCCT voltage charts from a review I did a while back.







How did u get the voltage charts ... I just tried the power supply tab bit only got GPU and CPU usage and fps charts .


















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Have you tried checking out how consistent your PSU power delivery is?
you might try OCCT and generating charts to see if you are having wild swings while under stressed conditions

http://www.ocbase.com/index.php/download

It will generate charts on just about everythinghing on you voltages and voltage rails. look for oddities and or unusual amounts of Vdroop

These are OCCT voltage charts from a review I did a while back.







How did u get the voltage charts ... I just tried the power supply tab bit only got GPU and CPU usage and fps charts .

















Go to settings (the orange button) and check all of the tests you want charted. Disable everything in the next column except the temp limit if you want. Run the CPU stress test for about 10 min and shut off. The charts will generate in the same folder.

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Go to settings (the orange button) and check all of the tests you want charted. Disable everything in the next column except the temp limit if you want. Run the CPU stress test for about 10 min and shut off. The charts will generate in the same folder.

Thanks .. I actually had to downclock my CPU and vcore to get any readings - perhaps my old i7 860 is on its way out - was running very hot in the occp burn test so will be a permanent downclock and upgrade next year I think .. Its managed to sustain +4ghz for a years so can't complain ..

Anyway .. Voltages nice and smooth ( its a 1050w corsair ) ... And did bit more testing with lower CPU clock just to see if it affected how the GPUs overclock but nope .. Stuck at same oc and voltage limit
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What, aside from unstable overclocks, causes the display to show lines all over? In some testing last night I observed that setting the voltage to 1.36 ish on pt3 bios, regardless of clock speeds would cause the vertical lines to skew the display. I thought that had to do with a memory issue, but what are the chances the 3 cards i have were drawing more current than what my psu can provide?

I'm going to run 2 cards per psu tonight. Last night's tests were running all 3 on one power supply.
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What, aside from unstable overclocks, causes the display to show lines all over? In some testing last night I observed that setting the voltage to 1.36 ish on pt3 bios, regardless of clock speeds would cause the vertical lines to skew the display. I thought that had to do with a memory issue, but what are the chances the 3 cards i have were drawing more current than what my psu can provide?

I'm going to run 2 cards per psu tonight. Last night's tests were running all 3 on one power supply.

Your PSU "should" meet the requirements for 290x tri-fire, however, with everything heavily OCed, you're at the very minimum.

Consider my power usage test @ 1.35v. With the PSU powering "only one 290x" it was drawing a massive 405.6w input from the wall and GPU output was 373.5w.
373.5 x 3 = 1120.5w

and you're adding even more voltage...so yea, the odds of a PSU bottleneck are fair... figure 400w per GPU = 1200w and that leaves you with 100w of headroom.

Is your CPU also OCed? If so, try a run without OCing your CPU.


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I just got myself a pair of powercolor R9 290 reference design. Before installing water blocks I tested the cards a little bit. Separetly they work like a charm but when installed together crossfire doesn't work. Every try of running any monitoring program like HWinfo or Gpu-z ends up in a crash. HWinfo crashes while accessing pcibus. Any ideas? My r9 280X-es worked without any issues.
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Hey guys,
I just got myself a pair of powercolor R9 290 reference design. Before installing water blocks I tested the cards a little bit. Separetly they work like a charm but when installed together crossfire doesn't work. Every try of running any monitoring program like HWinfo or Gpu-z ends up in a crash. HWinfo crashes while accessing pcibus. Any ideas? My r9 280X-es worked without any issues.

Did you sweep and reinstall the drivers after you installed both cards. Sometimes deleting and reinstalling the monitoring software helps too because they all have there own system info they run.
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Your PSU "should" meet the requirements for 290x tri-fire, however, with everything heavily OCed, you're at the very minimum.

Consider my power usage test @ 1.35v. With the PSU powering "only one 290x" it was drawing a massive 405.6w input from the wall and GPU output was 373.5w.
373.5 x 3 = 1120.5w

and you're adding even more voltage...so yea, the odds of a PSU bottleneck are fair... figure 400w per GPU = 1200w and that leaves you with 100w of headroom.

Is your CPU also OCed? If so, try a run without OCing your CPU.


290x @1.35v


Yes, I understand this. And for the record, I am using 2 EVGA 1300 watt G2 power supplies. But I am wondering if, once the voltage is raises in the levels I am referring to such as 1.4 V, what current does the card draw as well?

P=VI, is it really that simple? So I have seen one of my cards draw 380 watts, what does that mean for the current supplied? Is the G2 power supply not capable of that kind of current?

Another question, would I have any reason to believe dual link dvi isn't best for benching? The issue it seems I am facing is once the cards are pushed to 1.38 V or more the display gets distorted with vertical lines to all hell and back.... I always assumed this meant unstable clocks, but I have seen the lines appear on the desktop after only adjusting the voltage...
Edited by bond32 - 10/21/14 at 2:58pm
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If I remember correctly, someone did complained about this in the past when overclocking with 120Hz (or overclocked) monitor.
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Yes, I understand this. And for the record, I am using 2 EVGA 1300 watt G2 power supplies. But I am wondering if, once the voltage is raises in the levels I am referring to such as 1.4 V, what current does the card draw as well?

P=VI, is it really that simple? So I have seen one of my cards draw 380 watts, what does that mean for the current supplied? Is the G2 power supply not capable of that kind of current?

Another question, would I have any reason to believe dual link dvi isn't best for benching? The issue it seems I am facing is once the cards are pushed to 1.38 V or more the display gets distorted with vertical lines to all hell and back.... I always assumed this meant unstable clocks, but I have seen the lines appear on the desktop after only adjusting the voltage...

Well then in that case, maybe it's simply just too much voltage for one your cards?? Ease off of her a little bit man thumb.gif
I've never seen the lines you're describing but I haven't pushed mine past 1.35 yet, just got the waterblocks on and leak checking as we speak.
I'll do more test @ higher voltages soon. wink.gif

...also DVI should have no effect whatsoever on your benches aslong as it supports your monitors resolution. Running some test between DVI-HDMI-DP will reveal no + or - in performance.
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