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I'll have to contact Visiontek on their Refurb 480's those things are sick for $169.99 bro's 8GB edition...

They listed the RX 570 & 580 for sale .... biggrin.gif

https://www.visiontek.com/products/graphics-cards/graphics-upgrades/amd-radeon-rx-500-series.html
post #11212 of 11369
if i would still have my 290 i would switch over to 480. bu my 390 are still rocking^^
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It doesn't scale perfectly to other games, but if you have a 290, keep the 290.

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/battlefield-1-directx-12-benchmark,5017.html
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The middle/end of this video (starting at 8:52) shows a neat little tutorial on undervolting with wattman and using globalchill to maximize power efficiency, cooling, and minimizing noise levels. I do something similar with my 390X but i have to use AB because for whatever reason wattman doesn't offer me all the tools it does the 400 and 500 series of cards.

Obviously once you have settings that work like a champ you can make similar profiles directly for your BIOS and skip the 3rd part software all together, as many are doing here. Some features/limits are also tweak able in the BIOS that are not available through current software manipulation, giving you even greater fine grain control.

Global chill seems like a fantastic feature in theory and if it ever catches on and becomes mainstream I think it is another AMD innovation moving the market forward. A mid range AMD card with Globalchill and Free-sync could provide a fantastic gaming experience at a fantastic price, and the future of mobile laptop gaming looks brighter because of it too. Looking forward to seeing how things progress.
Edited by gapottberg - 4/19/17 at 8:43am
post #11215 of 11369
Question, can I flash the 390x bios to the 390??

Seeing that you can flash a 480 to be a 580, I'll assume the same can be done for the 390/390X
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Since I'm using last year's OC values on a new cooling system, maybe I can hit new PR's. However I think I would rather drop the heat being produced. When you guys say "XXXMHz XXXMHz at 888mv", that "888mv" value is the card's (under) Voltage​ value? When I say "+65mV", what is my actual value? I know it for my Skylake, not for this thing
post #11217 of 11369
A good decent read for everyone. My 390 is clocked at 1175/1563...It does very well and UI m happy...No reason to upgrade for us 290/390 users. Not until Vega anyways.

http://www.game-debate.com/gpu/index.php?gid=3876&gid2=3079&compare=AMD%20Radeon%20RX%20580%208GB-vs-AMD%20Radeon%20R9%20390%20MSI%20Gaming%208GB%20Edition
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Since I'm using last year's OC values on a new cooling system, maybe I can hit new PR's. However I think I would rather drop the heat being produced. When you guys say "XXXMHz XXXMHz at 888mv", that "888mv" value is the card's (under) Voltage​ value? When I say "+65mV", what is my actual value? I know it for my Skylake, not for this thing

Chris89 can better answer this. I am pretty sure my card runs @950mv in ram at 1563 MHz. Vrm runs a nice 72c at this speed/power. I was 64c at 1250mhz 888mv. I'm a happy camper. 1175 on core of 1356mv, max temps when gaming was 65-67c. Furrymark takes it to 73c in a bench run. No artifacting at all. Will slowly lower volts to check stability.
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post #11219 of 11369
Talking to my friend's today I don't plan on upgrading from my R9 til 2019. The games I play now don't really use that much VRAM

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Question, can I flash the 390x bios to the 390??

Seeing that you can flash a 480 to be a 580, I'll assume the same can be done for the 390/390X

A 480 and 580 are the same exact chip. Same amount of CUs and Stream Processors. The 390x and 390 are different. The 390 had some form of defect, so AMD had to deactivate some of the CU/SP (2816 vs 25XX).
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