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Originally Posted by fyzzz View Post

Well this happen biggrin.gif
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/9225912?
And still testing

You won the 290 lottery my friend. God dam lol.
post #40282 of 43971
ran this with my 24/7 gaming profile:


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the actual voltage during test is hovering around 0.992-1.018 biggrin.gifsmile.gif

ran this @stock :


temps @stock can go higher than what U see but @undervolt it sits on those numbers thumb.gif
post #40283 of 43971
Yeah that is one beast of a card mine can berly hit 1200/1600 @ +100mv and maxed power limit.
post #40284 of 43971
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Originally Posted by Gumbi View Post

Wow, what a beast. Water? Also, Hynix memory I'm guessing? Beats my 290X at 1240/1640 (14.8k ~)
Yup water and a open window with 7c outside. Modded 390 bios and the card has hynix bfr memory yes. On stock sapphire 290 bios it can do 1270/1780, which gives about 14.7k in score.
post #40285 of 43971
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Originally Posted by fyzzz View Post

Yup water and a open window with 7c outside. Modded 390 bios and the card has hynix bfr memory yes. On stock sapphire 290 bios it can do 1270/1780, which gives about 14.7k in score.

Innnnteresting. I might look into using a modified BIOS myself on my 390X. It seems like the memory timing tweaks give a nice boost in performance!
post #40286 of 43971
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Originally Posted by Gumbi View Post

Innnnteresting. I might look into using a modified BIOS myself on my 390X. It seems like the memory timing tweaks give a nice boost in performance!
Yeah it gives a couple of 100 points i would imagine , depending how tight timings you can run. But my card responded well on the 390 bios and got probably most of my performance from there.
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Originally Posted by fyzzz View Post

Yeah it gives a couple of 100 points i would imagine , depending how tight timings you can run. But my card responded well on the 390 bios and got probably most of my performance from there.
whats up with those bfr timings ?
Are they better than 1250 timings in 1500+ strap ?
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Originally Posted by fyzzz View Post

Yeah it gives a couple of 100 points i would imagine , depending how tight timings you can run. But my card responded well on the 390 bios and got probably most of my performance from there.


I have 2 r9 290 tri-x old version with the reference pcb and hynix vram , do you have a moded bios that will work with those i dont OC for daily usage I use the stock 1000/1300 on both cards cause temps here in Saudi Arabia are insane with AC i can manage to control my ambient temps to 25c without AC it can hit 35c indoor.
I can use the extra performance on stock clocks for my New 4k monitor that I expect to get within 2 weeks from Korea.
Edited by megax05 - 11/10/15 at 9:28am
post #40289 of 43971
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Originally Posted by fat4l View Post

whats up with those bfr timings ?
Are they better than 1250 timings in 1500+ strap ?
The afr timings and bfr timings are a bit different, but here are no difference performance wise between afr timings and bfr timings. So no, no gains there. But i would almost say that the bfr timings are more stable for me, which makes sense since i have bfr memory. The only bios were i can reach 1780 memory clock is on the sapphire tri-x bios, which has the bfr timings.
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Originally Posted by fyzzz View Post

The afr timings and bfr timings are a bit different, but here are no difference performance wise between afr timings and bfr timings. So no, no gains there. But i would almost say that the bfr timings are more stable for me, which makes sense since i have bfr memory. The only bios were i can reach 1780 memory clock is on the sapphire tri-x bios, which has the bfr timings.
and are u using non-modified straps(in terms of timings from lower straps) to reach that frequency ?
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