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post #501 of 586
Hi every one
MSI R9 290 Gaming
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post #502 of 586
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Originally Posted by mirzet1976 View Post

No need to disable cores this chip is good for oc


which is your connect with the monitor?hdmi,dp,or dvi cable?i ask because when I oc my 290,get black screens with display port cable,i suspect that the problem is the cord,i have read a lot about black screens,a lot of users said that elpida memory is the fault,but your oc image shows different!and I am happy for....
post #503 of 586
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Originally Posted by bill1971 View Post

which is your connect with the monitor?hdmi,dp,or dvi cable?i ask because when I oc my 290,get black screens with display port cable,i suspect that the problem is the cord,i have read a lot about black screens,a lot of users said that elpida memory is the fault,but your oc image shows different!and I am happy for....

Connecting via the DVI-D cable. This is a gigabyte graphics with modded Asus bios
Means even tighter latency to memory and I have no problem with a black screen on this graphic. Its limit is 1300 / 1625MHz without artifacts but for that frequency it takes a lot of voltage around 1.44V to be stable. And of course its the water-cooled
post #504 of 586
Quote:
Originally Posted by mirzet1976 View Post

No need to disable cores this chip is good for oc


which is your connect with the monitor?hdmi,dp,or dvi cable?i ask because when I oc my 290,get black screens with display port cable,i suspect that the problem is the cord,i have read a lot about black screens,a lot of users said that elpida memory is the fault,but your oc image shows different!
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Originally Posted by mirzet1976 View Post

Connecting via the DVI-D cable. This is a gigabyte graphics with modded Asus bios
Means even tighter latency to memory and I have no problem with a black screen on this graphic. Its limit is 1300 / 1625MHz without artifacts but for that frequency it takes a lot of voltage around 1.44V to be stable. And of course its the water-cooled

thanks for the quick reply.my card is in water but I have not ever made a good oc stable 24/7,i had often black screens with hdmi and display port cables.i am now in google about to flash a bios,propebly from asus,and to see the results,i have no enjoyed my vga in oc,i hope to enjoy it with the new bios.
post #505 of 586
I wonder how to set clocks(core-memory)to have a stable oc for games 24/7,i own a sapphire 290 reference water cooled.
post #506 of 586
Set clocks Up power limit +50% set voltage for GPU simple.
post #507 of 586
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Originally Posted by mirzet1976 View Post

Set clocks Up power limit +50% set voltage for GPU simple.

I know the way,i am wonder how much to set the clocks for gaming 24/7.
post #508 of 586
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Originally Posted by bill1971 View Post

I know the way,i am wonder how much to set the clocks for gaming 24/7.

I just need examples for what you run in your pcs,to see how much higher can vga clocks go for gaming.
post #509 of 586
I dont OC GPU to much for gaming no need for me, I OC only for benching.
post #510 of 586
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Originally Posted by mirzet1976 View Post

I dont OC GPU to much for gaming no need for me, I OC only for benching.
yeah max OC is just to find out what my GPU can do, daily using is out of the question as heat and power output is too unpractical
if I have a custom loop with full board block and I'm not the one paying the bills then I'll go with max lol biggrin.gif
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