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Great thanks.

This is changing my build plans.
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* Would AMD release the voltage limits in the new Driver software release within their utility. That would make sense since the software is O.C capable from what I've read etc.

No idea
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* Would AMD release the voltage limits in the new Driver software release within their utility. That would make sense since the software is O.C capable from what I've read etc.

While I highly doubt it, I won't flat out say no. Anything is possible. The new driver software seems to be more of a facelift while introducing a feature here or there and a marginal gaming performance boost.
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While I highly doubt it, I won't flat out say no. Anything is possible. The new driver software seems to be more of a facelift while introducing a feature here or there and a marginal gaming performance boost.

How epic would it be that the final voltage control for Fiji come from AMD themselves? They could could literally save themselves on lack luster fury OC results right now, because i know not everyone overclocks, but it does make an impact on sales.... I know if they did do v control it would be limited, but still....
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How epic would it be that the final voltage control for Fiji come from AMD themselves? They could could literally save themselves on lack luster fury OC results right now, because i know not everyone overclocks, but it does make an impact on sales.... I know if they did do v control it would be limited, but still....

If they gave us 150mv in the software that would be awesome.

Can't we suggest this as a feature to the driver team through the AMD website?
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Finally got a day off work. I am getting a max Vcore of 1.344V from my volt mods using the 220ohm pot +7 ohm resistor from buildzoid's guide.



I can keep a 1192 Mhz core overclock with it and maintain my earlier 630Mhz HBM overclocks at 33C core temps. I am testing this under both Furmark and 3Dmark. The increased core voltage and core overclock dose not seem to mind the HBM at all. I still cant get past 630Mhz on the HBM as any higher results in artifacts.



I still have not tried mucking around with HBM voltage yet but maybe a little later.

What combo of resistors should I try to raise my core voltage to 1.4V+?


Are those ASUS Fury strix? If so, where do you get the waterblocks?
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If they gave us 150mv in the software that would be awesome.

Can't we suggest this as a feature to the driver team through the AMD website?

Hi there,, what's the performance increase going from stock clock to yours? Also, is it possible to have 1.35v on air? I'm not doing any hard mod any time soon, and still waiting for the official OC ultility to overvolt my ASUS Fury card.
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Are those ASUS Fury strix? If so, where do you get the waterblocks?
Hi there,, what's the performance increase going from stock clock to yours? Also, is it possible to have 1.35v on air? I'm not doing any hard mod any time soon, and still waiting for the official OC ultility to overvolt my ASUS Fury card.

Otterfulff is running refrence PCB cards. The STRIX doesn't have the load indicator LEDs.

From my overclock I thing I got something around 9% over the stock clock of 1040 that the Tri-X OC comes with.

My recommendation for safe voltages is that if your load temps are bellow 60C you can run 1.35V(the only reason I don't run 1.35V is because I don't have a 100ohm pot) and if your temps are sub 40C you can run 1.4V. Otherwise run 1.3V.
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Thanks, I cant imagine what 1.3v on air would be like, probably 85C under load.
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Thanks, I cant imagine what 1.3v on air would be like, probably 85C under load.

My Tri-X at 52% fan speed holds 1.3V at 55C
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At 50% fan speed, my ASUS is a bit loud and it hovers around 70C in Witcher 3, @40% fan speed the temp rises significantly to 78C so it's likely for me to have a 85C at around 45% fan speed@1.3V. I hate compromise like this.
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At 50% fan speed, my ASUS is a bit loud and it hovers around 70C in Witcher 3, @40% fan speed the temp rises significantly to 78C so it's likely for me to have a 85C at around 45% fan speed@1.3V. I hate compromise like this.

Well the ASUS has by far the worst cooler of all the Furys. Mind you at 55% fan speed the Tri-X makes my computer go from 52db(GPU fans turned off) to 59dB and that's with the sound meter 15cm away from the card.
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