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Originally Posted by componentgirl90 View Post

Nice thanks.

I noticed that the fans were running at 20% all the time so I enabled user defined in MSI afterburner and it runs a lot cooler now (now 55, was 70). Also reduced the power limit by 20%. I see the voltage at 1.150v on my card and also the clock was 955MHz. What are these original numbers from of 1.188v and 995MHz from?
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Okay yeah I reduced the power limit in the bios from 125 to 100 so -25% power limit. So with another -20% that's 83 watts. Which will have to throttle to the lower state to maintain the 83 watts.

Here I show the GPU Clock States & Fan & I will show you what I change to keep temps nice & low... I didn't want it to be too noisy for ya.



So I changed the fan speed to reflect your MSI profile to keep it in the 50C range.

MSI.r9.270.oc.tune.1.zip 98k .zip file

Edited by chris89 - 9/22/17 at 8:05am
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PCIe 2.0 Comparison 390X

1200mhz core like 1700mhz memory

With Tesselation

Without Tesselation


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So I opened up my graphic card again because I was not satisfied of vrm temps (using stock bios for temp check).

Before opening up, I was at 60°C doing nothing on vrm temp1.

I put thermal paste and 2 layers of thermal pad 0.5mm instead of one layer and no thermal paste.

Now I'm at 65°C XD.

If I could say a few words forbidden here, you certainly know what I would say. biggrin.gif.



It's so tiring me out.. I'd like not to have to reopened it again but well...

EDIT: seems better nonetheless! Didn't go higher than 66°C on LOL, and 75°C on very very heavily modded skyrim. Didn't hear the fans on stock bios, which means the card is cooler than before I believe.

I'll now try with your new modded bios Chris, in hope it's stable with upgraded memory voltage smile.gif.

Thanks again!


EDIT 2:
So I'm currently using 1133mhz-1001mhz-1333mv-895mv-delimited and temps are awesome smile.gif. At idle, vrm doesn't go over 48°C, and so does core! (With fans OFF) Awesome!

Tried 3 games, Witcher 3 no problem, on LOL I had a few artefacts observed when the core went from 700mhz to 1133mhz. I'll reinstall afterburner and check if it works like a charm with 25mv more on the vcore smile.gif.

EDIT 3:
Welp I played for real (not custom games) on LOL, and every game I got multiple artifacts or black screens for a few seconds, then I could continue playing. But well unplayable biggrin.gif.

Tried to change settings with afterburner for voltage and core & memory, but couldn't get it stable sadly... Don't understand frown.gif.. But it was so cool & quiet lol. Sadness.

I installed a different OS & Everything is fine... had so many issues with windows updates... so far no update..perfection disabled update service.
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If the 390x could do 14nm Finfet or Vega Clocks it would be unreal. Here I have it up to 1,410mhz core.. haha

Plus with 390x at like 1335mhz core it's almost 7.5 Tera Flops on Single Precision ... which is faster than the rx 480 basically.

Ellesmere can hit like 6.5 Tera Flops Single Precision at like over 1,430mhz core.


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Decided to boot up the ole Firestrike and was pleasantly surprised to stomp my old score with only +50mV.. with 4790k not OC.

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Decided to boot up the ole Firestrike and was pleasantly surprised to stomp my old score with only +50mV.. with 4790k not OC.


Nice. Your combined is good. Wanna send me your bios? I can send you an unlocked bios so you don't have to touch the voltage & power limit or fan curve & clock the core & memory as high as you can... I find max scores around 1200mhz core 1700mhz memory.

At these speeds its ideal to go to 100% fan speed at like 55C core temp to keep the ASIC temp in check.

JSON error means need to .zip the .rom first to attach.

tesselation disabled here 4:2:2 & 8bpc in Display & Performance & Frame Rate Target 200fps

12,986.16,236.gfx.79.31.63.60.1200.1700.8bpc.4.2.2.no.tess.3dmark.firestrike.jpg



12,194.14,795.gfx.72.02.58.12.390x.1200.1700.3dmark.firestrike.jpg


Edited by chris89 - 9/23/17 at 12:33pm
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Okay yeah I reduced the power limit in the bios from 125 to 100 so -25% power limit. So with another -20% that's 83 watts. Which will have to throttle to the lower state to maintain the 83 watts.

Here I show the GPU Clock States & Fan & I will show you what I change to keep temps nice & low... I didn't want it to be too noisy for ya.



So I changed the fan speed to reflect your MSI profile to keep it in the 50C range.

MSI.r9.270.oc.tune.1.zip 98k .zip file

Thanks for this bios. It is ideal to have it at 50 that would be perfect as even when its running at 55 after a long session at full load it does start to artifact again.

Also sorry about the confusion. I meant in my last post that I had reduced it by 20% in MSI afterburner but I was running the stock bios.

Do you think that this card would benefit from thermal paste on the GPU and/or a heatsink on the VRMs?

Just for my own understanding as well with power limit numbers, how did you arrive at 83 watts? Also I think 125 to 100 is 20% reduction in TDP or is there some other reason it is 25%?

I think also that GPU-z reports 1.15 voltage but the bios voltage may be different for some reason. I wonder if that is normal.
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Originally Posted by componentgirl90 View Post

Thanks for this bios. It is ideal to have it at 50 that would be perfect as even when its running at 55 after a long session at full load it does start to artifact again.

Also sorry about the confusion. I meant in my last post that I had reduced it by 20% in MSI afterburner but I was running the stock bios.

Do you think that this card would benefit from thermal paste on the GPU and/or a heatsink on the VRMs?

Just for my own understanding as well with power limit numbers, how did you arrive at 83 watts? Also I think 125 to 100 is 20% reduction in TDP or is there some other reason it is 25%?

I think also that GPU-z reports 1.15 voltage but the bios voltage may be different for some reason. I wonder if that is normal.

125 divided by 1.20 equals 104.17 rounded up.

125 divided by 100 equals 1.25 (25%)

100 divided by 1.20 (20%) equals 83.33

Its likely too much of a pain in the rear end to add VRM cooling. Did you do anything with your XFX 390X?

So did you ever even flash the new bios? Your running stock bios & still artifacting & still asking how to fix artifacting?
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Need some help with these bioses for mining (cool and quiet) , 1000 mhz both, i managed to make the asus mine at 1075 mv and the gigabyte at 1100 mv ,can it go lower?






BIOSI.zip 196k .zip file
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