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If you end up needing to adjust voltage offset. The only software I've found to do adjustment with that work are Afterburner and Trixx. Other wise you need bios mods
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Just got done running fire strike ultra at 20% power increase only now that I have fixed the cam gpu tuning software and I went from a score of 3427 to 3615!! Wow now here's hoping my fps go up in real gaming.

Here are my scores

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/7695848/fs/8168688/fs/8612546/fs/8656301

Stock > Power limit changed > Power limit + Fan speed changed + Temp limit changed > Overclocked to 1050Mhz
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now I'm having a problem I've never had, while playing the division everything looks jacked up. I can't even describe it sow here's a picture.
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^^^dont know why the picture did not load. Whatever the problem it seems like it's only that game. Doom ran fine. Wow flamingo that last run is impressive. Are you on water to achieve that? Would that even be possible for me and safe to run that way all the time? Also what settings and software are you using?
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As for anyone with the knowledge and the willingness to experiment to help other owners. I applaud them and feel for them when they experience setbacks like this.

+1 .
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Do you guys think us FuryX owners will get the awesome new overclocking panel currently said to be available for RX480?

I would think so.

I am intrigued to see what it has on offer but IMO I think it will be similar to how MSI AB/TriXX is, I doubt we'll see HBM voltage / fSW adjustment. I can still see myself using MSI AB for when I create logs of monitored data / i2c dumps / etc. Personally I've always preferred the bios mod route than SW OC.
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^^^dont know why the picture did not load. Whatever the problem it seems like it's only that game. Doom ran fine. Wow flamingo that last run is impressive. Are you on water to achieve that? Would that even be possible for me and safe to run that way all the time? Also what settings and software are you using?

thanks. on the stock cooler. i just cranked up the power limit to +50 and clock speed to 1050Mhz and ran the test. At first, it throttled heavily (because temps).

So I used Afterburner to set the fan speed to 100%, then re-ran the test and it stayed at 1050Mhz and got that result. Dont know why it isnt exactly like a Fury X's score, but its very very close. Also note my chasis

http://www.modding.fr/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/SG-13B-Intro-01.jpg

its almost like an open box tongue.gif - so 100% fan speed gets annoying loud.

I wouldnt go +50% power unless I have a full EK faceplate and backplate, because apparently the VRMS get really got ( 104C than standard 84C under load). This page discusses the VRM temps when it uses the Silent Wings 2 mod

http://www.tomshardware.de/amd-radeon-r9-nano-modding-silent-umbau,testberichte-241932-4.html

Its in german, you can use google translate and get a rough idea of how thinks turn out.

Would be nice to know if anyone has been running on air +50% PL and 1050Mhz for a long period now... ( I guess bluezone is running that on his 1100Mhz stacked air nano).

I dont need the extra frames atm - doing fine at most games 60fps @ 1080p at highest settings. Will try to improve cooling / upgrade perhaps if I change monitor.
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Would it make sense to cap my fps at 144 since my monitor is 144? Also I notice in a lot of games you can't set the refresh rate past 60.
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Would it make sense to cap my fps at 144 since my monitor is 144? Also I notice in a lot of games you can't set the refresh rate past 60.

Yes, cap the framerate 1 or 2 FPS below your screen refresh limit (as not to cause tearing), games that go higher than that won't stress and heat up your GPU unnecessarily (although this part of FPS capping is more useful at lower FPS/refresh rates, like 60 or 75 biggrin.gif)
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Pro Duo with a fresh set of Ek Clothes... LoL



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That duo is damn sexy. Do you have to run it in crossfire or does it read as a single gpu?

Anyone having problems with the division?
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