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post #2901 of 3865
Hi, anyone can help me pls ? i can change everything on this elpida bios, i can add +200 mv offset the max voltage is blocked at 1.225v, help me pls
elpidabios.zip 99k .zip file
Edited by Samuris - 6/27/16 at 11:13am
post #2902 of 3865
hello, can anyone please help me to boost Gigabyte R9 390x performance to work on stable 1120 1710 without artifacts?
atm when i play with 1090 1700 in shadow of mordor ultra hd textures (6gb vram usage) my gpu degrees go up to 79 at max & there are very slight artifacts exist sometimes, but in some games i have artifacts even at something like 72 degrees with that setup, saying that so person will know most likely what is limit to my gpu's OC & cooling potencial, because many people said that 390x can even work at 90~95 degrees for lifetime, so, please help if someone can, it's just sad that Gigabyte is voltage locked but here all around i see people do something like 1150 etc, which makes me feel kinda sad > < , here are aida 64 results of my current gpu's voltages - http://puu.sh/pGUoK.png & the bios below
GigabyteR9390x.zip 128k .zip file
Edited by FullTank - 6/26/16 at 12:19pm
post #2903 of 3865
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Originally Posted by FullTank View Post

hello, can anyone please help me to boost Gigabyte R9 390x performance to work on stable 1120 1710 without artifacts?
atm when i play with 1090 1700 in shadow of mordor ultra hd textures (6gb vram usage) my gpu degrees go up to 79 at max & there are very slight artifacts exist sometimes, but in some games i have artifacts even at something like 72 degrees with that setup, saying that so person will know most likely what is limit to my gpu's OC & cooling potencial so, please help if someone can, it's just sad that Gigabyte is voltage locked but here all around i see people do something like 1150 etc, which makes me feel kinda sad > <<br /> GigabyteR9390x.zip 128k .zip file


Listen, 1710mhz on the ram is OMG from 1500 stock;

Thats really pushing those chips

I could if you want edit your bios to give you more voltages, BUT!
Your card already goes 80c, im guessing with custome fan profile ?


Youre asking too much from that card ... on air ....
post #2904 of 3865
why? memory clock never made any artifacts, they come from core only, but on the other side - memory clock nearly don't affect fps at all, while raising degrees, any stable OC with 1120 core will do , if people from overclock.net think that 1700 memory is a waste, i will agree probably? because in most of cases it doesn't raise fps at all anyway
post #2905 of 3865
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Originally Posted by FullTank View Post

why? memory clock never made any artifacts, they come from core only, but on the other side - memory clock nearly don't affect fps at all, while raising degrees, any stable OC with 1120 core will do , if people from overclock.net think that 1700 memory is a waste, i will agree probably? because in most of cases it doesn't raise fps at all anyway
No one said it is a waste. Unstable memory overclock will in fact cause artifacts. Turn down memory to 1600 & increase the core more.
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post #2906 of 3865
i see , alrighty, but can someone offer help in changing that bios file? to make it more compatible for 1120 OC on core while memory will be 1500~1600?
79 degrees only in one single game which were shadow of mordor on ultra hd textures , those were with 1090 1700 , & 1700 do raise degrees, so if it will be 1600 or lower degrees also will be lowered, even if 1120 will raise them a bit too, right?
post #2907 of 3865
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i see , alrighty, but can someone offer help in changing that bios file? to make it more compatible for 1120 OC on core while memory will be 1500~1600?
79 degrees only in one single game which were shadow of mordor on ultra hd textures , those were with 1090 1700 , & 1700 do raise degrees, so if it will be 1600 or lower degrees also will be lowered, even if 1120 will raise them a bit too, right?

Memory does give you a huge boost in FPS, atleast for us with the 1250mhz 290's, increasing it to 1500mhz for me gave me around 5 to 7 FPS, sure it gives me about 2 more degreese in heat;
But increasing my core from 1100 to 1200 gives me about 3 to 5 fps at best and gives me about 5 to 7 more heat again at best.

However, im sure theres diminishing returns in place, push the chips all the way to 1700 might not yeild very much.
You have to find the perfect balance;

Do note ram chips DO GIVE OUT ARTIFACTS if not properly overclocked, and usualy they are the first one to die on you if youre doing it wrong;

Again, 1700 should be on your "max" zone, i wouldnt increase these further;
For the sake of stability i would drop these to 1600mhz and forget about them forever, since the increase from 1600 to 1700 yeilds about 2-3 fps at best.

However the clock, yeah sure, go for 1150 or even 1200;
But again, yours is overheating at 80c in a game, dont think just couse it can do 98c you should stay in the 90 range with it and be okay.
For now 80c is okay in games, im sure it reaches 85 in games like crysis 3, do note that shadow of mordor even with hd textures is not a real good game to stress the card with (dont hate please biggrin.gif);

Try crysis 3 or maybe even some witcher 3.... im sure those temps with rise from the 80c zone, which brings me to :
Increasing the core to 1120 will def make that card hit 90c... which is not a good temp to keep in games.
Again, those 80c is with custom fan profile ... ?
Whats the % fan speed when it hits 80c in games, maybe we can work around the heating issue...
post #2908 of 3865
crysis 3 i sadly don't have atm but i will download it to take look at, witcher 3 i luckily have(but i'm on start locations, so just runned around grass w/ w/o horse & casted flames nonstop) , all ultra, Nvidia Hairworks ON 4 Low , fps ~50 , Vsync ON , degrees didn't wanted to go above 75 & instantly went down to ~73 on non grass areas but i weren't there too long & focused on grass instead, ~18 minutes of running around w/ w/o horse & casting flames on grass, 75 degrees at max & varies with 74 , fan on 100% always because i prefer my stuff to be as cool as possible however while also OCed , during that little test clocks were 1090 1600 power limit +50% (0 artifacts, but that also depends on game a bit) , but really, heat aren't problem at all at least for now, if i will find it to be hot later i will just buy one of the noctua fans & place it that way that it will be focused on GPU , & really 1150 on core i think isn't needed, i will be happy if someone will make nice compatible bios with 1120 honestly, i'm on gigabyte R9 390x after all, i can't ask for much
post #2909 of 3865
Alright well thats okay i guess, no need for crysis if you get those temps in witcher 3 its a-okay;

How about you post here your voltages that aida64 reports from your GPU so i know how much to increase;

But have you tried to read the OP's first thread to learn how to increase the voltages yourself ... ?

Also why not get afterburner and increase the voltages there at first then know what you need to flash into the board...
post #2910 of 3865
alrighty then i will pause crysis 3 download for now, here report from aida 64 http://puu.sh/pHDCL.png
yes i did read it, it's nice guide i think, but i'm just aware to accidently screw something
afterburner.. because i have gigabyte version of the card, it's voltage locked, however if you flash it - you can add voltages to it, that's at least how it worked on my old GeForce 9800 GT card
so, for gigabyte the only way to add voltages is a flash probably sadly? , i would use msi afterburner for that in the first place if i could, but sadly that's not possible atm
i just believe that the guys from here know the safe numbers at which card will be able to run at 1120 while also will not burn itself at 80~85 degrees(now it's never at those temps luckily), basically my knowledge about how far R9 390x can go in voltages is not enough
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