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Looking at the table in the first post I get an impression that 1100 MHz at core is sort of "normal" overclock at the stock volts?

While the card is "stable" at 1125 MHz as well for me in the sense that everything is not crashing under load it throws about 5000 errors a minute at me in the OCCT stress test for GPU checking memory integrity. Even at 1100 I'm getting few hundred errors over few minute test normally but the card is stable when gaming and I have not been able to see any visual artifacts. Issue for me seems to be temperature - up to about 55..60C there is zero errors, then when I hit there errors start appearing hundred or so at a time at random intervals (tens of seconds between bursts) and once I 60 .. 65C errors start appearing in the bursts of approx thousand every few seconds. The card is Gigabyte 390X G1 Gaming with Alphacool hybrid block, current clocks are 1100 core / 1565 memory (for 400 GiB/s memory bandwidth) / +20% power allowance. Temperatures are up to 70C after few hours of gaming when ambient creeps to 26... 27C in the room.
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Ok, I knew nothing about the Legacy/uefi button. There is no information about it anywhere. Now everything is working.
UEFI have caused grief & sorrow to a lot of people. At least you get rid of that ASUS because it have inefficient cooler. Some motherboards don't really care whether gpu have legacy or legacy/uefi BIOS, like my motherboard for example. I can always boot with Secure Boot ON regardless.
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This Sapphire 390X is more expensive, but I understand that it is much better too. I just hope others read this and do not have to go through the frustration that I did.
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This Sapphire 390X is more expensive, but I understand that it is much better too. I just hope others read this and do not have to go through the frustration that I did.

Its on the site but it seems to be a pita, seems like on means off and off means on lol. I set mine to both wit the light OFF according to sapphire that means the bios is set to uefi/bios. Otheres have said light off is uefi only lol. FOr me with the light off and my uefi install it works fine so im not messing with it.
    
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Its on the site but it seems to be a pita, seems like on means off and off means on lol. I set mine to both wit the light OFF according to sapphire that means the bios is set to uefi/bios. Otheres have said light off is uefi only lol. FOr me with the light off and my uefi install it works fine so im not messing with it.

When the light was off it would not turn the monitors on and the MB would not beep. Once I pushed it in and the light came on, I almost pissed my pants when the monitors lit up....drool.gif
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When the light was off it would not turn the monitors on and the MB would not beep. Once I pushed it in and the light came on, I almost pissed my pants when the monitors lit up....drool.gif

Yea see for me it was the opposite, light on i had nothing but troubles, would barely boot haha. Light off it works, i have uefi bios and windows installed uefi. I get the msi logo as my boot screen as well thats how i know for sure haha.
    
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I saw a few posts about high temps..

If you have a MSI 390X try under-volting it, mines rock solid @ 1080/1500 with -80mV on the core, it makes a huge difference if you have high-ambients like i do in summer (sometimes up to ~40C!).

I shaved off like 100W of power and dropped my temps down from 85C @ 70% fan speed, to 74C @ 44-55% fans. That's in Rise of the Tomb Raider, which hammers my card far more than any other game I've played temp-wise.. In TW3 and others it hits 72C Max with fans on around 44-50%. thumb.gif

Can't speak for the other vendors, but MSI seem to have given their card far more voltage than most chips need. If that still doesn't help then try changing the thermal paste as that seems to be another thing MSI can't get right..
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I saw a few posts about high temps..

If you have a MSI 390X try under-volting it, mines rock solid @ 1080/1500 with -80mV on the core, it makes a huge difference if you have high-ambients like i do in summer (sometimes up to ~40C!).

I shaved off like 100W of power and dropped my temps down from 85C @ 70% fan speed, to 74C @ 44-55% fans. That's in Rise of the Tomb Raider, which hammers my card far more than any other game I've played temp-wise.. In TW3 and others it hits 72C Max with fans on around 44-50%. thumb.gif

Can't speak for the other vendors, but MSI seem to have given their card far more voltage than most chips need. If that still doesn't help then try changing the thermal paste as that seems to be another thing MSI can't get right..

I am amazed that you can hold those clocks with such a high undervolt, I can do 1050/1400@-25mv using afterburner. I am running 1000/1250 with a -25mv undevolt 24/7 right now, temps and power draw are way down especially with some kind of frame cap vsync combo.

Update on temps(RTSS@60fps/Vysnc Enabled) -

I now have two Thermaltake 120mm radiator fans on the side of the cards which are virtually silent, they are giving me about 5 degrees and most importantly temps rise much slower on my top card and will often level off in the low 70's. I am now able to to run BF4 uncapped, which is impressive as fps are well over 120fps at 3200x1800 on ultra with no AA. My entire rig only pulls about 575 watts from the wall in most strenuous games(Witcher 3/Crysis 3), most games I am under 500 watts which is amazing for some much performance.

Loving these 390x's, just curious to see if a single Vega card will match these monsters.
    
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I am amazed that you can hold those clocks with such a high undervolt, I can do 1050/1400@-25mv using afterburner. I am running 1000/1250 with a -25mv undevolt 24/7 right now, temps and power draw are way down especially with some kind of frame cap vsync combo.

Update on temps(RTSS@60fps/Vysnc Enabled) -

I now have two Thermaltake 120mm radiator fans on the side of the cards which are virtually silent, they are giving me about 5 degrees and most importantly temps rise much slower on my top card and will often level off in the low 70's. I am now able to to run BF4 uncapped, which is impressive as fps are well over 120fps at 3200x1800 on ultra with no AA. My entire rig only pulls about 575 watts from the wall in most strenuous games(Witcher 3/Crysis 3), most games I am under 500 watts which is amazing for some much performance.

Loving these 390x's, just curious to see if a single Vega card will match these monsters.

Wish i had better airflow.. I have a stock 650D with a H100 CLC, so not the greatest in that respect. redface.gif

Hmm, i haven't done much research into undervolting results so I'm not sure how my chip stacks up. Are you running stuff like Furmark to test stability? If so then that's maybe why mine can undervolt a lot further, and maybe i should retract my "rock solid" statement. I've only tested stability in games, i played RotTR for about 18Hrs, put around 20 into Evolve F2P, and about 10 in TW3 so far, plus a few hours in the usual stuff like Valley and Heaven, none crashed a single time or had artifacts at all.

The only game I had issues in was a certain area in Tlotr: War in the North, so i went down to -75 and -69 but it still crashed, tried at stock and yet again it crashed so i think that's down to drivers.. It's a really old title and if RoTR doesn't break it i don't see how that title has a chance. tongue.gif But other than that it's been great, the decrease in temps/noise has been fantastic.

You're also running CF so i assume that would find instability far easier too. As for Vega well... it bloody better. tongue.gif
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Hi guys.

Got a ASUS Strix r9 390 here, sitting under water on a custom loop.

Downloaded Sapphire TRIXX for the additional voltage increase (200mv+) and at full wack i get 1200mhz core stable.

I don't seem to have a memory voltage slider anywhere tho which is a shame, but i've tried 1600mhz memory and so far no problem. How high could i increase this on stock voltages?


Temps never exceed 65 degree's on core, and VRM's are stable around 85.


What i wanted to ask though is whats an acceptable voltage for 24/7 use? I want to avoid degrading the card in any way, even though temps are a non-issue.
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