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Best is that you change your bios.
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Thanks for the input folks smile.gif.

I'll run the bios patch and post up some results....

Edit:

Sheyster GM200 Ultimate-1256 Bios.

Vcore 1174mV (110% power target)
GPU Core +251MHz

Stable at 1465MHz. 100% load (using Furmark)
Core temp 48 degrees (max with room ambient and stable water temp will be ~55C).

Further core increases are unstable so this is the limit at this Vcore I think.

I'll try this for a while and see how stable it is gaming etc. I may install the 1281 bios and see how much extra headroom I have.


In AB settings does it matter if I have reference, standard or extended MSI selected for the voltage unlock? what do they do?
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Originally Posted by xixou View Post

Best is that you change your bios.

To what??? Ultimate bios is great i ran it for a while and got great over clocks!!! Cyclops 3 works best for me.. Game stable over 1550 and mem at 8500 temps never above 45. So what bios do u recomend???
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Originally Posted by kx11 View Post

re-installed default manufacturer bio then ran 3dmark , the test recognize both GPUS as ( generic VGA ) , is that normal ??
reinstall drivers.
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Originally Posted by seross69 View Post

To what??? Ultimate bios is great i ran it for a while and got great over clocks!!! Cyclops 3 works best for me.. Game stable over 1550 and mem at 8500 temps never above 45. So what bios do u recomend???
damn... that's nasty fast on a TX for a game clock! drool.gif
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Thanks for the input folks smile.gif.
I'll run the bios patch and post up some results....
Edit:
Sheyster GM200 Ultimate-1256 Bios.
Vcore 1174mV (110% power target)
GPU Core +251MHz
Stable at 1465MHz. 100% load (using Furmark)
Core temp 48 degrees (max with room ambient and stable water temp will be ~55C).
Further core increases are unstable so this is the limit at this Vcore I think.
I'll try this for a while and see how stable it is gaming etc. I may install the 1281 bios and see how much extra headroom I have.
In AB settings does it matter if I have reference, standard or extended MSI selected for the voltage unlock? what do they do?
Stop using furmark please.. tells very little about stability, and is a VRM killer.
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what do you suggest then?

Also, how is it a VRM killer vs any other max load program that is designed to stress a system and force it to maintain max possible load?

For a short test of system capability I don't see a problem with it. Hours of "burn in" testing.... yes that will be an issue and no different to any program that (combined with user "tweaking") sustains operation at the edge of spec for electronics.


How do the bios' of different guys on here differ?
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what do you suggest then?

Also, how is it a VRM killer vs any other max load program that is designed to stress a system and force it to maintain max possible load?

For a short test of system capability I don't see a problem with it. Hours of "burn in" testing.... yes that will be an issue and no different to any program that (combined with user "tweaking") sustains operation at the edge of spec for electronics.


How do the bios' of different guys on here differ?

Furmark is an unrealistic and non-representative workload that is designed in such a way as to be capable of damaging a graphics card when run as a true "burn-in" tool. That is, stress the VRMs to the point of failure due to the power draw. I suppose if you have really good cooling on the VRMs (under water, watching temps) it's not so bad...but then again it's not realistic (compared to any application or game in the real world) so why not run something that is instead?

It's similar to recent builds of Prime 95 in that regard where in Prime 95s case I believe it's increasing CPU input voltage.
Edited by mypickaxe - 1/25/16 at 7:25pm
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So far after a days gaming and messing around 1450MHz appears stable at 1174mV. Max temp it has reached is 50C.

I think that's a decent step up from stock (especially with the throttling issues).

Matched with a 4790k @ 4.7GHz and using a 1440p G-Sync monitor for gameplay.... it should be just fine. I may try the higher voltage bios just to see the cards limit when I get time.
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Hey guys, I'm considering jumping ship on the R9 295x2 and move to Titan Xs in SLI - if anyone is looking to sell theirs with a waterblock attached feel free to PM me with a price.
 
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To what??? Ultimate bios is great i ran it for a while and got great over clocks!!! Cyclops 3 works best for me.. Game stable over 1550 and mem at 8500 temps never above 45. So what bios do u recomend???

You are right, I just mean't using another bios instead of using MSI afterburner.
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So far after a days gaming and messing around 1450MHz appears stable at 1174mV. Max temp it has reached is 50C.

I think that's a decent step up from stock (especially with the throttling issues).

Matched with a 4790k @ 4.7GHz and using a 1440p G-Sync monitor for gameplay.... it should be just fine. I may try the higher voltage bios just to see the cards limit when I get time.

that's a good OC. Enjoy! thumb.gif
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