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post #9191 of 11590
+36 is not that unnormal if your stock voltage is maybe a little low or your GPU runs hot. For hbm i think the most reach 545 MHZ (only 500, 545, 600, 666 are possible, it clock in steps).
post #9192 of 11590
Here is a video I just took at PDXLAN 28 today of my new build with the Primochill Wetbench. It has the Pro Duo with EK Waterblock and Backplate.

Stock setting temps are at 34/38c on the Pro Duo when gaming.


https://youtu.be/O-8e9nH_8hs
post #9193 of 11590
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Originally Posted by LionS7 View Post

Hello everyone. Is it normal that my gpu want +36mv for 1100Mhz stable.

I see you got fury x..

For a fury (non-x) I'd say it's pretty normal. My fury requires almost 1.3 to be stable at 1100-1120(it depends on a game).Temps never exceed 60C. Most of these cards are just bad OCing wise.

As for fury x.. Generally you won't get past 1150.
post #9194 of 11590
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Originally Posted by LionS7 View Post

Hello everyone. Is it normal that my gpu want +36mv for 1100Mhz stable, witch is around 1.23V, and the memory can't go past 520 ? I thing that after Crimson generations drivers, these cards want more voltage, even in some cases with on stock cards ? Like it was with Hawaii/Grenada.

Strange, I tried 4 Furies already ( ASUS Strix, Sapphire Tri-x and 2 Nitros), all cannot clock past 1.1Ghz and all require +100mV to be stable. HELP?!?!
post #9195 of 11590
As I said so, I thing that Crimson generation is heavy on these gpu, but I see that there's people with even worst gpu than mine. Im ok with 1.23V for 1100 core. My VID is around 1.20V, and on +96mV witch is max the voltage is ~ 1.30V. On 1.16V, the core crashes on stock.

@Semel, Greenland, Performer81 - thanks for the info.
Edited by LionS7 - 7/18/16 at 8:36pm
post #9196 of 11590
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Originally Posted by Elmy View Post

Here is a video I just took at PDXLAN 28 today of my new build with the Primochill Wetbench. It has the Pro Duo with EK Waterblock and Backplate.

Stock setting temps are at 34/38c on the Pro Duo when gaming.


https://youtu.be/O-8e9nH_8hs

Cool man, you going to stick with a duo pro or add another sometime?
post #9197 of 11590
I have a question regarding dual BIOS on Sapphire Fury Nitro. Reviews say that first BIOS has 260W limit and 75C temp target, while second BIOS has 300W and 80C temp target. Does it mean that the card will start to downclock and throttle when it reaches 80C and I cannot set different temp target?
post #9198 of 11590
No, the fans will pump up. This is bios for extreme use.
post #9199 of 11590
If I can buy a Sapphire Radeon R9 Fury Nitro for 370 euros (including transport) or an AIB RX480 which I assume will be priced in europe for ~ 300-320 Euro (including transport aswell). Which card would you buy or recommend ?
post #9200 of 11590
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Originally Posted by Barca130 View Post

If I can buy a Sapphire Radeon R9 Fury Nitro for 370 euros (including transport) or an AIB RX480 which I assume will be priced in europe for ~ 300-320 Euro (including transport aswell). Which card would you buy or recommend ?
Nitro Fury hands down.
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