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SO before bed last night, I did get on BF1 and noticed a lot of that lag (I would shoot, sound of firing heard, screen displays it, dusting occurs, nothing registered on server but I WOULD DIE. Or dying before even seeing who shot me) has seemed to dissapear. Not sure what the hell it is...but this custom BIOS has resolved about 90% of that laggy feel with the game. I was sucking after three matches and turned in. I guess I was used to compensating for that lag and grown accustomed to it, couldnt hit anything...was lowering my KDR...so I got off there.

Looking forward to dropping the voltages and testing for stability...with this 390, I dont think it will be a problem. Its funny that my bios shows as "Hawaii" even from GPU-z, but its a Granada card, right?
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Hawaii is Grenada just a refined version is all. Cool dude glad to here good things. The BIOS i sent is 888mv... which can't hold much more than 1293mhz memory clock stable so that's probably your issue. You need 1000mv for high memory clocks which comes with at least 100 more watts load and lots more heat. I saw you gained like 0.1 fps from 1250mhz to 1600mhz memory.

Let's just focus on leaving ram at 888mv at 1250mhz to just maybe 1267mhz. Then focus on the Core Clock completely. We have a lot more to gain from core clock than memory bandwidth. Lmk bro. I wanna line you up with faster BIOS today.
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Hi Guys and gals,

My xfx 390x DD is still going to 3600rpm on the fan when idle sometimes @ 45-52 degrees celcius.

Looking at a power supply issue but I need help as I am noob.

Techpowerup GPU z says the 12V is 11.75V, the VDDC is 1.094V average with 1.086V minimum and 1.250V max, VDDCI 1.031V average with no variation, VDDC current in 2.0A (min), 6.8A max, 2.3A average

Are those normal? Are there any other voltages I should be checking?

I also have another EVGA PSU which is 500W which I might swap in to test but thinking thats quite possibly too little for gaming but it might be good enough for idle?

I have a EVGA Supernova G2 850W Gold installed currently.
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Hello. So post your Hwinfo screenshot and could tell us more. What's the issue again?

As far as powering the 290x/390x at load would be need no less than 40A total on 12 volt rail... check sticker or specs online. Could be combined rails as well. Rail #1 : 20A, Rail #2 : 20A for 12V.

Use this calculator to calculate total output with droop... If your 850W is 11.75v idle on a 70A psu, then total output is 822.5 rather than 840 when 12v... thumb.gif

The 500W has 40-44A which is enough for load not overclocked.

http://www.rapidtables.com/calc/electric/Amp_to_Watt_Calculator.htm
Edited by chris89 - 4/11/17 at 11:04am
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Hello. So post your Hwinfo screenshot and could tell us more. What's the issue again?

As far as powering the 290x/390x at load would be need no less than 40A total on 12 volt rail... check sticker or specs online. Could be combined rails as well. Rail #1 : 20A, Rail #2 : 20A for 12V.


"XFX 390x DD (Sep 2015 purchase). Problem came Jan 2017ish Fans @ 3600 rpm (i call this "revving") when 0% load, normal idle temps.

Blew dust off + reseated. Possibly helped. Card has been used a lot.

RMAed it. Fault not Found. Testing was youtube "1 day" and not under load. They suspected software issue but card revs when not in windows.

I installed it again after the RMA (on approximately the 12th March), installed different drivers (the latest ones 17.2.1). Things improved. Up until today, the card revved just once a few minutes or so after windows start up, without any apparent exception. It would not rev at any other time.

However, today it seems to have gone downhill again. It has revved several times during being switched on, including when booting up and apparently not in windows. 145.png 35k .png file
"
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Oh I see what's going on haha BIOS issue and software issue.

First save bios from GPUz and upload here as .zip.

Then uninstall the driver as well as software checkbox in Device manager. Then DDU without restart. Install call it 17.1.2 WHQL fresh... Delete AMD folder C:\

Once DDU'ed without restart, and restart later. Install 17.1.2 WHQL. Then without a restart again let's flash the BIOS. HAHA Long answer but it will help you a lot. biggrin.gif

GPU-Z_ASUS_ROG_1.12.0.zip 2079k .zip file Save BIOS .rom and .zip it/ Compress to .zip and attach here
DDUv17.0.5.1.zip 1876k .zip file Use DDU as Normal Mode and Clean without restart AMD after first uninstalling display driver & software Device Manager

Once done with complete uninstall and cleaning... I would install 17.1.2 WHQL as fresh and then without restart after you install ReLive at the end. We will flash the BIOS, then finally restart.

atiflash_274.zip 1214k .zip file After you send me your BIOS, I will correct it and send it back. After your done with all above steps. Open ATIWinFlash.exe as Administrator... Make sure everything is closed especially HWInfo and GPUz/ MSI Afterburner etc. After I send you back the bios you will open it in ATIWinFlash and will open the .rom and click begin flash. Be very patient and do not click anything while it flashes. It could take up to 5 minutes to flash. thumb.gif
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Oh I see what's going on haha BIOS issue and software issue.

First save bios from GPUz and upload here as .zip.

Then uninstall the driver as well as software checkbox in Device manager. Then DDU without restart. Install call it 17.1.2 WHQL fresh... Delete AMD folder C:\

Once DDU'ed without restart, and restart later. Install 17.1.2 WHQL. Then without a restart again let's flash the BIOS. HAHA Long answer but it will help you a lot. biggrin.gif

GPU-Z_ASUS_ROG_1.12.0.zip 2079k .zip file Save BIOS .rom and .zip it/ Compress to .zip and attach here
DDUv17.0.5.1.zip 1876k .zip file Use DDU as Normal Mode and Clean without restart AMD after first uninstalling display driver & software Device Manager

Once done with complete uninstall and cleaning... I would install 17.1.2 WHQL as fresh and then without restart after you install ReLive at the end. We will flash the BIOS, then finally restart.

atiflash_274.zip 1214k .zip file After you send me your BIOS, I will correct it and send it back. After your done with all above steps. Open ATIWinFlash.exe as Administrator... Make sure everything is closed especially HWInfo and GPUz/ MSI Afterburner etc. After I send you back the bios you will open it in ATIWinFlash and will open the .rom and click begin flash. Be very patient and do not click anything while it flashes. It could take up to 5 minutes to flash. thumb.gif

Thanks for this! Here is the BIOS BIOS.zip 98k .zip file
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Hi Guys and gals,

My xfx 390x DD is still going to 3600rpm on the fan when idle sometimes @ 45-52 degrees celcius.

Looking at a power supply issue but I need help as I am noob.

Techpowerup GPU z says the 12V is 11.75V, the VDDC is 1.094V average with 1.086V minimum and 1.250V max, VDDCI 1.031V average with no variation, VDDC current in 2.0A (min), 6.8A max, 2.3A average

Are those normal? Are there any other voltages I should be checking?

I also have another EVGA PSU which is 500W which I might swap in to test but thinking thats quite possibly too little for gaming but it might be good enough for idle?

I have a EVGA Supernova G2 850W Gold installed currently.

My 12v rail shows as 11.68-11.85 in GPU-z, but my bios shows it as a solid 12.14. I have put a multimeter on it in the past and it was 12.13. I wouldnt follow the GPU-Z voltage reading entirely.
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My 12v rail shows as 11.68-11.85 in GPU-z, but my bios shows it as a solid 12.14. I have put a multimeter on it in the past and it was 12.13. I wouldnt follow the GPU-Z voltage reading entirely.

Correct, most software reading is WAY off for voltages. Even hwinfo64 shows my 5 and 12v rails below spec so i def wouldnt worry about that. BIOS or DMM is the way to go.
    
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Hawaii is Grenada just a refined version is all. Cool dude glad to here good things. The BIOS i sent is 888mv... which can't hold much more than 1293mhz memory clock stable so that's probably your issue. You need 1000mv for high memory clocks which comes with at least 100 more watts load and lots more heat. I saw you gained like 0.1 fps from 1250mhz to 1600mhz memory.

Let's just focus on leaving ram at 888mv at 1250mhz to just maybe 1267mhz. Then focus on the Core Clock completely. We have a lot more to gain from core clock than memory bandwidth. Lmk bro. I wanna line you up with faster BIOS today.
huh...Valley benchmark was A VAST IMPROVEMENT with bumping the memory clock up, as above post shows.

No, I didnt mess with the voltage of the memory. It holds well and stable at 1475 mhz on whatever voltage you provided. I didnt even bump up power. still at 0% in Wattman. That 1133 is very responsive. I will try tomorrow to get the lower core voltage BIOS loaded and try agian, as I am stuck at work for a 24 hour shift, since 6:40 this morning.
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