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Lmk if it throttles... I am testing Hawaii "Max Temp" which I believe would throttle if reached... I never did test that though. If set higher, would not throttle and hold true. Slight adjustment to the fan profile would help it hang.
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Lmk if it throttles... I am testing Hawaii "Max Temp" which I believe would throttle if reached... I never did test that though. If set higher, would not throttle and hold true. Slight adjustment to the fan profile would help it hang.

Here are all 4 TimeSpy runs. Now that I am more familiar with the ATI Boot thingie, I can do this at will. Thanks for your patience

To recap: I have an R9 390 with the H55/Kraken G10 mod with 2 noctura 80mm fans (one replacing the kraken, one over the cooler/ forward vram). My overclock is 1170MHz Core and 1700MHz Memory (6800) with +65mV. How I judged this OC to be stable/ enough juice is I saw no artifacts in heaven benchmark. I saw zero artifacts in any of the TimeSpy runs. Hopefully this is the data you wanted.

Rom1; TS Score 4388 (GPU 4198, Max Temp 64C) http://i.imgur.com/KPo6yTe.png

Rom2; TS Score 4473 (GPU 4298, Max Temp 71C) http://i.imgur.com/gHfQGV5.png

Rom3; TS Score 4556 (GPU 4385, Max Temp 73C) http://i.imgur.com/Kc2Ttjv.png

Base w/OC ; TS Score 4581 (GPU 4415, Max Temp 51C) http://imgur.com/RksDbz5
post #11123 of 11402
thumb.gif PS - Need HWInfo VRM 1 & 2 temperatures at load. Much more important than core temperature.

Watercooling only BIOS for nearly as fast as you can get. If you can also clock ram to 1700, I have no idea the resulting score. The max GPU core clock is 1250mhz. If your cooling is really as good as you think it is we can try that later.

Actually on air I hit my limit no more than 1425mv. Though max is 1.450v but more like 1.449v but I black screen anything above 1425mv. Overheat ASIC.

PS - I can clock my reference modded blower 390x to 1250mhz core and 1758mhz memory on air.

Flash_1st_RaFDX_1207_1407mv_1563_1000mv.zip 99k .zip file
Flash_2nd_RaFDX_1234_1415mv_1563_1000mv.zip 99k .zip file
Flash_3rd_RaFDX_1250_1425mv_1563_1000mv.zip 99k .zip file
Edited by chris89 - 4/13/17 at 7:30pm
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huh, my 1150mhz 1293vcore and 1375mhz 988mv ran ok...not really much of a change. Tells me i may need a touch more of voltage? Max core 61c Max VRM 64c

I will play more in two days, off to work for 24 hours again frown.gif

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Louder but real fast. Ramp fan to 100% if you want the highest possible score. Put ram at the highest value as well.

Stephenn82_benchmarks_only_on_air_1207_1407mv_1563_1000mv.zip 99k .zip file
Stephenn82_gaming_only_on_air_1207Mhz_1407mv_1270Mhz_888mv.zip 99k .zip file
Edited by chris89 - 4/13/17 at 7:40pm
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Are you just looking for the VRAM temp from hwmonitor?? I don't have hwinfo. VRAM temp I get from gpuz. One stays somewhat stable,fluctuates a few c, the other starts at 25 and bounces around. Max I saw hit is 69. I keep gpuz up normally cause I've read that it's been an issue where the VRAM doesn't get enough cooling, but I haven't seen the one go past 69.

I haven't tried to tweak the OC since I installed the aio mod. I saw what the max avg was and set my goal to 1160. I tried 1170 on a whim, hit, and stopped. 1700 was the max I could do before the mod, but since I read that you get more gains boosting the core clock, I stopped. Figured it was overkill for the games I played and was happy.

I installed the aio mod cause after the release of wattman, I wasn't able to maintain the OC. And at base speeds playing overwatch at ultra, my temps were 84-88C. After the swap my max temp range is 58-60. The real test comes this summer since my baby house has poor cooling.
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Are you just looking for the VRAM temp from hwmonitor?? I don't have hwinfo. VRAM temp I get from gpuz. One stays somewhat stable,fluctuates a few c, the other starts at 25 and bounces around. Max I saw hit is 69. I keep gpuz up normally cause I've read that it's been an issue where the VRAM doesn't get enough cooling, but I haven't seen the one go past 69.

I haven't tried to tweak the OC since I installed the aio mod. I saw what the max avg was and set my goal to 1160. I tried 1170 on a whim, hit, and stopped. 1700 was the max I could do before the mod, but since I read that you get more gains boosting the core clock, I stopped. Figured it was overkill for the games I played and was happy.

I installed the aio mod cause after the release of wattman, I wasn't able to maintain the OC. And at base speeds playing overwatch at ultra, my temps were 84-88C. After the swap my max temp range is 58-60. The real test comes this summer since my baby house has poor cooling.

Those are VRM readings not VRAM, totally different component and there is no VRAM temp sensors. VRM is voltage regulator module and the vram is the video random access memory, vram doesnt get hot VRMs get toasty.
    
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You'd be correct matey, not sure why I added an "A".


Ran Superpositon. Here are my results

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rafdx, stock bios i presume?
Edited by chris89 - 4/14/17 at 7:03am
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Just a side question for everyone. Been playing a lot of AoS:E lately. It is one of the more demanding games I have and is one i primarily use for measuring OC changes and becnhmark stress testing.

But as of late i have had that RTS itch in the lead up to DoW3s release...so ive been in game a lot more. It generally plays butter smooth with my set up with 1 exception. I get seemingly random frame hitches maybe avout 1 every 5 min or so. Nothing serios just a single stutter and back to butter type thing.

Upon investigation with MSI afterburner monitoring software i notice the problem seems to be an kccasional voltage dip that mirrors a core clock dip. This phenomena doesnt seem to happen during even prolonged stress testing...only in AoS:E gameplay. So a timespy or firestrike stress test will not show this occur even once...but in an hour of AoS:E skirmish match i might see it 5 to 10 times.

I run my 390x with +50% power limit, -31mv undervolt, and 1000/1250 core/mem frequency. I will do some testing on whether bumping my voltage back up a click or two or more helps...but it is curious to me that it doesnt appear in other stressing situations.

Makes me wonder if its strictly an AoS:E problem as opposed to an OC problem or a powersupply deliver problem.

Thoughts?
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