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huh, my VRM hits max of 69c after gaming a while. Thought MSI was the best cooler to cover VRMs? Oh well. I may buy some of that Gucci thermal sheet sometime in future while I hold out for the 580 or RX Vega...or prices to drop MORE on teh 1070/1080 before I move forward.
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huh, my VRM hits max of 69c after gaming a while. Thought MSI was the best cooler to cover VRMs? Oh well. I may buy some of that Gucci thermal sheet sometime in future while I hold out for the 580 or RX Vega...or prices to drop MORE on teh 1070/1080 before I move forward.


69c for vrm is pretty good:)

wish i can say the same for mine which will get in the 80s lol but blame case cooling at the moment.

and also running at 1204 core probably not helping them either but everything running smoothly.
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Took me a while but the soundtrack for it is awesome, I'm about 200 points shy of guru3ds results and not sure why but another site my avg beats the rx 480 and im at stock speeds so who knows. May give it a go at 1100/1600 see what she can pull.

Guru3d results are a bit off for Furys and 390s as far as I can compare them with other people's results. I'm also behind them about 100 points with my 390x nitro at stock speeds. So İ'm süre your score is just fine.
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It's not letting me upload my BIOS
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Use WinZip or WinRar... Right click on the .rom "ADD TO ARCHIVE" select .ZIP... Attach the .ZIP you just created. Here. thumb.gif
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Were my hwinfo screen shots good enough?
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I guess since I'm not sure what your wanting to get out of the BIOS? You tell me.

Flash back to stock 1st. Run through Time Spy at stock speeds and your defined overclock settings.

Then flash back to the BIOS again and run Time Spy. I'll make you a fresh BIOS. So run through the tests. Post Stock Results first then lets mod.

Without touching anything and reset MSI, document and screenshot the score differences.

Along with HWInfo for both stock and modded.

Flash_1st_Thumper1_1133_1293mv_1270_888mv.zip 99k .zip file
Flash_2nd_Thumper1_1173_1363mv_1270_888mv.zip 99k .zip file
Flash_3rd_Thumper1_1188_1378mv_1270_888mv.zip 99k .zip file
Flash_4th_Thumper1_1188_1378mv_1563_1000mv.zip 99k .zip file

Edited by chris89 - 4/13/17 at 7:33am
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R9390Hawaii.zip 99k .zip file

I was using 7zip. sorryz
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It's cool @RaFDX : Run through Time Spy with stock default BIOS.... Post the Results of the Test & HWInfo data. Then after flash my bios and do the same thing.

Flash_1st_RaFDX_1133_1293mv_1270_888mv.zip 99k .zip file
Flash_2nd_RaFDX_1173_1363mv_1270_888mv.zip 99k .zip file
Flash_3rd_RaFDX_1173_1363mv_1563_1000mv.zip 99k .zip file

Edited by chris89 - 4/13/17 at 7:44am
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