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For me I still prefer MSI's Afterburner for OC'ing on AMD & Nvidia cards.  So far works great compared to TRIXX

   
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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.

Like Darth i also prefer AB for overclocking..

Temps aren't a problem so I'd say whatever voltage AB allows is "safe". Not sure about other software though.
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Originally Posted by Thingamajig View Post

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.

85°C is quite high for VRM, me passively cooled with a single 120mm fan blowing on it my VRMs stay below 60°C. 200mv is a lot for air, core temps dont really matter until you get into the 80-90s. VRM is far more important as thats what voltage regulates the whole thing.
    
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Okay so I did some stress tests under load. For games like Bf4, last light, witcher my card gets to 94+ degrees that is with 100% fan profile and 2 intake fans and another exhaust. Any thoughts?
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Okay so I did some stress tests under load. For games like Bf4, last light, witcher my card gets to 94+ degrees that is with 100% fan profile and 2 intake fans and another exhaust. Any thoughts?

You mean core temperatures at stock clock and voltage? What model do you have?
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85°C is quite high for VRM, me passively cooled with a single 120mm fan blowing on it my VRMs stay below 60°C. 200mv is a lot for air, core temps dont really matter until you get into the 80-90s. VRM is far more important as thats what voltage regulates the whole thing.

This temp is reached on Kombustor. The card sits under an Alphacool water block (With full cover heatsink). Under usual gaming use those VRM's never touch that.

Dunno why but Kumbustor seems to properly stress VRM temps.
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Anyone with a Freesync monitor can check if everything works with the new driver 16.8.1?

Most of the users on Reddit, including myself, are having problems even on desktop. Refresh rate is all over the place, even dropping down to 40s-50s on desktop, making even a simple web browsing laggy as hell.

Freesync was always a hit or miss, working in one game while not working for other. But now, it seems they managed to break it completely.
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Originally Posted by bluej511 View Post

85°C is quite high for VRM, me passively cooled with a single 120mm fan blowing on it my VRMs stay below 60°C. 200mv is a lot for air, core temps dont really matter until you get into the 80-90s. VRM is far more important as thats what voltage regulates the whole thing.

Dunno why but Kumbustor seems to properly stress VRM temps.
Yeah, it is a complete mystery. wth.gif
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Anyone with a Freesync monitor can check if everything works with the new driver 16.8.1?

Most of the users on Reddit, including myself, are having problems even on desktop. Refresh rate is all over the place, even dropping down to 40s-50s on desktop, making even a simple web browsing laggy as hell.

Freesync was always a hit or miss, working in one game while not working for other. But now, it seems they managed to break it completely.
I don't see any reason to use drivers 10.7.3 or above. Why not use older driver, pre-10.7.3?
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Okay so I did some stress tests under load. For games like Bf4, last light, witcher my card gets to 94+ degrees that is with 100% fan profile and 2 intake fans and another exhaust. Any thoughts?
What is your system?
What are your CPU and GPU intake air temps?
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This temp is reached on Kombustor. The card sits under an Alphacool water block (With full cover heatsink). Under usual gaming use those VRM's never touch that.

Dunno why but Kumbustor seems to properly stress VRM temps.

Cuz it probably over volts haha. Im under the same block and my vrm1 will never reach 60°C in gaming and vrm 2 stays under 70°C. I havent tested it in a while though, ambient is around 30°C lately so i expect that to change a bit, i also have a 120mm fan literally right over the fins too lol.
    
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