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@ziggystardust Send me you bios haha... depends... want more heat for more power? or barely noticable in game in long sessions at less power consumption/ great performance?

1133mhz core at 1333mv to 1563mhz memory at 1000mv is 72.5GPixel & 400GB/s
1173mhz core to 1377mv to 1250mhz memory at 888mv is 25C cooler and quieter : 75GPixel/s & 320GB/s plus save 150 watts?

Depends... lmk and I can make it. thumb.gif

All I wanted was to reaise my clock to 1150 mhz though. I could do it before AMD introduced that stupid Wattman but since then AB stopped working and I can't apply the clocks.

By the way, anyone tried the new Unigine benchmark? Post your results.
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As far as i can tell...i may be the only one who is past 16.11.5 that has...and i uave no idea what i did or didnt do other than being persistent. But it does indeed work for me and i refuse to mess with a good thing at this point.
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All I wanted was to reaise my clock to 1150 mhz though. I could do it before AMD introduced that stupid Wattman but since then AB stopped working and I can't apply the clocks.

By the way, anyone tried the new Unigine benchmark? Post your results.
ITS FINALLY OUT!!! OH SNAP!

I have been watching for that to drop. FINALLY! I will get on it tomorrow. Stand by for a mod to create the [Official] Unigine Superpostion thread thumb.gifbiggrin.gif
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ITS FINALLY OUT!!! OH SNAP!

I have been watching for that to drop. FINALLY! I will get on it tomorrow. Stand by for a mod to create the [Official] Unigine Superpostion thread thumb.gifbiggrin.gif

Downloading it now, 1gb is slow on a 12mbps connection, lets see how my stock r9 390 does lol. Not sure what setting to run it on but gonna guess extreme just like on heaven.
    
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@stephenn82 Stock is 1000mv so 1563mhz is 400GB/s totally fine if you want? I suppose let's just go for it. Mind you 25C hotter but 400GB/s if you saw a difference? It'll help with benchmarks. By the way 1758mhz is possible (450GB/s).

Here we have faster + cooler & faster + hotter

I made up for the temperature increase deviation with more proper fan profile.

Stephenn82_1173_1373mv_1250_888.zip 99k .zip file
Stephenn82_1173_1373mv_1563_1000.zip 99k .zip file
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@stephenn82 Stock is 1000mv so 1563mhz is 400GB/s totally fine if you want? I suppose let's just go for it. Mind you 25C hotter but 400GB/s if you saw a difference? It'll help with benchmarks. By the way 1758mhz is possible (450GB/s).

Here we have faster + cooler & faster + hotter

I made up for the temperature increase deviation with more proper fan profile.

Stephenn82_1173_1373mv_1250_888.zip 99k .zip file
Stephenn82_1173_1373mv_1563_1000.zip 99k .zip file

HMM. I am incline to go for the second one...lol

I will try the first one first...then bump RAM MHZ up a little via wattman...THEN GO FOR THE GOLD!

I bet this wil push my card to about 68c core and say, 72 or 73VRM...putting my bets on it now. I will let you know tomorrow biggrin.gif

know what? its STILL cooler than when i pulled this baby out of the box and slapped it into my system in Jan 2016.
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Idk, i'd gladly use watt-man if they gave the 300 series the same fine grain control they did the 400 series. Something comparable to AB. Such BS we get half assed tools that are worthless and mess with things that work...and they cant use the excuse the older hardware isn't capable of such control, because AB has been doing it just fine for years now.

I may have found the fix in AB after all just now. There is a check box in settings Under the "AMD Compatibility Properties" header called "Erase autosaved startup settings". The tool tip seems to suggest it is the problem we are seeing with settings getting reapplied after being changed in AB. Checking the box may be the solution for those interested in using AB...though a BIOS tweak is a better solution in most cases as chris89 has pointed out.
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Use Trixx if you don't want me to bios mod you up something that would smoke a software overclock hahaha
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Im telling you all who dont believe in custom BIOS...just try it. You'll like it...lol
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Use Trixx if you don't want me to bios mod you up something that would smoke a software overclock hahaha

More than happy to have you cook me up one at some point. Even more interested in learning how to cook up my own. biggrin.gif
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