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Looks like Fallout 4 is another game where the 290(X) performs about 25-30% lower than it should be mad.gifmad.gif

http://www.pcgameshardware.de/Fallout-4-Spiel-18293/Specials/Test-Benchmark-vor-Release-1177284/
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The one thing with Trixx is that it can do up to +200mv, whereas afterburner cannot.
Version 5.0 is rubbish as you can't manually enter clocks...

If anyone can show me how to get +200mv in afterburner that'd be great and I'd love you forever... tongue.gif

Anyway, just validated 1220/1500MHz on valley and got 68.3 Avg FPS which is nice.

Nice one Matt

Hey silly question but im curious to know that if I gots me a 390 will it play nice with my 290's , being a 8gb vram card ??


Well Im off to sleepy bye byes Cyas sleepysmiley03.gif
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Originally Posted by zealord View Post

Looks like Fallout 4 is another game where the 290(X) performs about 25-30% lower than it should be mad.gifmad.gif

http://www.pcgameshardware.de/Fallout-4-Spiel-18293/Specials/Test-Benchmark-vor-Release-1177284/

Yes, bad performance, will have to lower some settings it seems
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Nice one Matt

Hey silly question but im curious to know that if I gots me a 390 will it play nice with my 290's , being a 8gb vram card ??


Well Im off to sleepy bye byes Cyas sleepysmiley03.gif

Cheers! Time for me to sleep as well!

With AMD cards, it uses the least vRAM so in your case you'll have only 4GB available to both but it'll run fine.
Matching the clocks of the cards makes it run a bit nicer in my experience with older AMD cards, and there's no point not to match them either way.

Just had a few rounds of COD BO2.. Seems stable thumb.gif
 
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Originally Posted by Matt-Matt View Post

The one thing with Trixx is that it can do up to +200mv, whereas afterburner cannot.
Version 5.0 is rubbish as you can't manually enter clocks...

If anyone can show me how to get +200mv in afterburner that'd be great and I'd love you forever... tongue.gif

Anyway, just validated 1220/1500MHz on valley and got 68.3 Avg FPS which is nice.
try his Iturbo.I uploaded it just 1 post above yours...
It lets u change vddci(aux) too....and +400mV for the core should u want to biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Matt-Matt View Post

The one thing with Trixx is that it can do up to +200mv, whereas afterburner cannot.
Version 5.0 is rubbish as you can't manually enter clocks...

If anyone can show me how to get +200mv in afterburner that'd be great and I'd love you forever... tongue.gif

Anyway, just validated 1220/1500MHz on valley and got 68.3 Avg FPS which is nice.

How much voltage for 1220mhz core? I believe a simple edit of a file allows more than 100mv overvolt in Afterburner, but haven't bothered looking into it.
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Yeah trixx needs a lot of work

The one thing with Trixx is that it can do up to +200mv, whereas afterburner cannot.
Version 5.0 is rubbish as you can't manually enter clocks...

If anyone can show me how to get +200mv in afterburner that'd be great and I'd love you forever... tongue.gif

Anyway, just validated 1220/1500MHz on valley and got 68.3 Avg FPS which is nice.
That score little bit low though. Did your cpu running at stock?

BTW, to be able to get more than +200mV in afterburner, you can check the info at first post.
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That score little bit low though. Did your cpu running at stock?

Agreed. Did you possibly power/thermal throttle? How were temps? (Core/VRM?) Did you have plus 50% set on the power limit?
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@Roboyto,

a second of blackscreen does happen on my systems both for oc'ing and setting back to default using Trixx. no hard locks, though.

 

Mine had always done that as well with the older version.  Switched to the newest one and it isn't cooperating at all.  Thanks for the input.

 

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That settings doesn't work. Windows update still can update the drivers regardless the settings there.
Yeah, happened to me from time to time with Trixx too but so far so good with latest version. You can try closing the GPU-Z and any monitoring software prior clicking the reset button. This workaround worked for me I think.

By the way, the drivers that Windows 10 keep want to update is the AMD latest drivers which is currently 15.11 beta drivers (15.201.1151). DDU only temporarily prevent the windows update from updating the driver. Windows update still be able to auto-update drivers in the next boot. There's tool from Microsoft that can temporarily hide the update. It's temporary & I'm pretty sure when new update available, windows update will be able to auto-update the drivers.

Follow this steps:-
  1. Use DDU to disable auto-update & uninstall the drivers
  2. Install the drivers of your choosing (follow the on-screen instructions, including reboot if the installer ask it)
  3. Use this tool (https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3073930) to hide the drivers update.

Well, I'm glad I'm not crazy...that is the dumbest :mad: thing I've seen in a while.  Thanks for the info.

 

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@roboyto
For fixing the blackscreen caused by reset button in trixx
First decrease memory clock then press reset

The reason for this is that when U press reset button in trixx it first sets stock voltage then memory clock
Obviously stock voltage is not enough for your memory OC and it causes blackscreen
(Though you can set a middle clock for memory and that will never happen)

 

I had a sneaking suspicion while pondering this at work today.  I remember running into this issue in the opposite direction when I was benching my card; setting power/voltage before clock speeds.  Thanks for the input.

 


 

Anyone have any idea why the combination of 3DMark and Afterburner is causing lockups?  I don't have it set to auto-apply any overclocks/voltages...thinking about a fresh windows install if this weird sh..stuff keeps happening

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I used Fujipoly Extreme Plus which are 14W/mK.
My results were Δ7C-Δ21C.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1576426/fujipoly-thermal-pads-vrm-insanely-low-temps-must-have-recommended/0_30
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However I don't like my core temps...It can get to 60C with water temp of ~25C while running at about +200mV, 1200MHz.
With my old 295X2 and aquacomputer kryographics waterblock my temps would be ~50C maybe with this setup.
I think it's the ares3-EK waterblock's fault.

Anyway, my AB allows me 1625mhz mem max too. I also have "extended oc limits" ticked but it's still 1625....

here is HIS_iTurbo.rar
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Higher temps on the Ares could be due to higher voltage overall?  Or did they have same default as stock 295X2?

 

Great results with Fuji pads as usual :thumbsups

 

Never used a Kryographics block yet.  Had a couple EK blocks for 4890, 7870, GTX670, and then switched to XSPC for the illuminated feature.  Very pleased with their craftmanship and performance overall.  Not sure what brand I'll be using when Arctic Islands hit the streets :thinking:

 

Thanks much for the HIS download.  You know I had used it a little ways back when I had my Devil 270X in my HTPC...got lost between a couple SSD formats between now and then though.  

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Alright I'm back again!

Just wondering what people run their cards at voltage wise?

Right now I've got 1179/1450 stable with +94mv.. Should I put an ASUS Bios on and push further or just leave it?

Temps are in check, stays under 50c most of the time on the core/VRM's.

 

There are diminishing returns for performance after 1200 core clock and RAM speeds don't help all that much collectively...I'd say leave it alone for everyday/gaming purposes.  If you wanna use the ASUS as a secondary BIOS for benching or something to push the envelope that is another story :).

 

I run 1200/1500 +87mV on my 290, and have for just about the last 2 years.  It's been very good to me driving my 3x1 EyeFinity setup.

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How much voltage for 1220mhz core? I believe a simple edit of a file allows more than 100mv overvolt in Afterburner, but haven't bothered looking into it.

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That score little bit low though. Did your cpu running at stock?

BTW, to be able to get more than +200mV in afterburner, you can check the info at first post.

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Mine had always done that as well with the older version.  Switched to the newest one and it isn't cooperating at all.  Thanks for the input.

Well, I'm glad I'm not crazy...that is the dumbest mad.gif thing I've seen in a while.  Thanks for the info.


I had a sneaking suspicion while pondering this at work today.  I remember running into this issue in the opposite direction when I was benching my card; setting power/voltage before clock speeds.  Thanks for the input.

Anyone have any idea why the combination of 3DMark and Afterburner is causing lockups?  I don't have it set to auto-apply any overclocks/voltages...thinking about a fresh windows install if this weird sh..stuff keeps happening

Higher temps on the Ares could be due to higher voltage overall?  Or did they have same default as stock 295X2?

Great results with Fuji pads as usual thumbsupsmiley.png

Never used a Kryographics block yet.  Had a couple EK blocks for 4890, 7870, GTX670, and then switched to XSPC for the illuminated feature.  Very pleased with their craftmanship and performance overall.  Not sure what brand I'll be using when Arctic Islands hit the streets thinking.gif

Thanks much for the HIS download.  You know I had used it a little ways back when I had my Devil 270X in my HTPC...got lost between a couple SSD formats between now and then though.  

There are diminishing returns for performance after 1200 core clock and RAM speeds don't help all that much collectively...I'd say leave it alone for everyday/gaming purposes.  If you wanna use the ASUS as a secondary BIOS for benching or something to push the envelope that is another story smile.gif .

I run 1200/1500 +87mV on my 290, and have for just about the last 2 years.  It's been very good to me driving my 3x1 EyeFinity setup.

Running 1220/1500 at +130mv, which equates to around 1.28v maximum in GPU-Z.

I should probably run 1179/1450 for everday clocks, and I'm within temperature ranges still and voltage still..

Also I missed the over volt in the first post, thanks guys!

CPU is stock ATM yes
 
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