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post #2731 of 11902
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Originally Posted by flopper View Post

its the randomness of silicon.
basically heat isnt much of a limit as cards are made to deal with that at high ranges.

my old 290 wasnt good to oc.
my 390 is a lot better.

It's the same concept as cpu binning.
post #2732 of 11902
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Originally Posted by rankdropper84 View Post

Try turning your memory clock down and recheck for artifacts. I have that same mobo and can get over 1100 using 63mv. Honestly I would say your psu is your weak point since your probably running the volts up on your 8320 while also running the volts up on your 390...doesn't leave much headroom

Side question. What would everyone here say is the best 390 GPU that has two fans. My buddy is wanting to get one but unfortunately his case doesn't support such a long GPU. How's everyones temps that have a dual fan 390? Was talking to someone who has a xfx 390 and he said his temps get over 80C sometimes which is a stark contrast to my sapphires temps. Only time I ever get over 70C on mine is when pushing the core clock close to 1200 and running the MV up.

Short version: Does a dual fan 390 exist that gets good temps and if so what is the best one. Thanks



With memory clocks downclock i have same problem. I'll check my power supply. I hope to be this problem.

See here and tell what's wrong if you know? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CKRiliPzccw the processor?
post #2733 of 11902
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Originally Posted by MitsosTheGreat View Post

When you increase the core in 1110 for example I have artifacts.
You may blame the mobo or psu (Gigabyte 990XA-UD3 & FX 8320 4.6Ghz & Coolermaster GX 650W)?

Try lowering your memory clock a little bit. You shouldn't need +100mv for 1105 but maybe that's just how your card is. Some cards are better than anothers.

Edit : Sorry didnt' see you already replied to someone.

Edit 2 : I looked at your video on youtube. I see no reason why your FPS should fluctuate so much. When I had a bad PSU I would get spikes down to 20-30fps in games, but it didn't typically only happen when I looked at a specific area. It was fairly random and would happen 20 seconds or so at a time. Definitely not your processor making that big of a difference though. Especially since it's topping out at 50-55%. I also had an issue where my cpu being overclocked caused issues because my motherboard didn't have proper power for overclocking. Try reverting to stock clocks on the CPU and see if it helps.
Edited by Pokealong1227 - 9/21/15 at 5:14pm
post #2734 of 11902
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Originally Posted by rankdropper84 View Post

Try turning your memory clock down and recheck for artifacts. I have that same mobo and can get over 1100 using 63mv. Honestly I would say your psu is your weak point since your probably running the volts up on your 8320 while also running the volts up on your 390...doesn't leave much headroom

Side question. What would everyone here say is the best 390 GPU that has two fans. My buddy is wanting to get one but unfortunately his case doesn't support such a long GPU. How's everyones temps that have a dual fan 390? Was talking to someone who has a xfx 390 and he said his temps get over 80C sometimes which is a stark contrast to my sapphires temps. Only time I ever get over 70C on mine is when pushing the core clock close to 1200 and running the MV up.

Short version: Does a dual fan 390 exist that gets good temps and if so what is the best one. Thanks

I like my MSI Gaming Edition. Not sure how much shorter it is than the other cards if at all but it's dual fan. Temp at idle is around 60c but that's because it has a zero-fan mode. Temps, especially if you set a custom fan profile, stay fairly low. Then again I have an AIO cpu liquid cooler so my case in total has 2 intake and 2 exhaust fans and almost no cables to block airflow.
post #2735 of 11902
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Originally Posted by rankdropper84 View Post

I would say your results are right in line with what I have seen others get

Really? Figured it was super low. I've seen plenty of people hitting 1200. Maybe I was just seeing the "best case scenario". I have no problem with my clocks though really. Got me a 5-10fps boost in most games and is stable. Fans can get a little audible but since my CPU cooler is near silent and my case fan and PSU fans are quiet, not a big deal.
post #2736 of 11902
Wow, it seems like a lot of review sites **** on the XFX 390X for being loud... It's making the MSI one so tempitng. If only it didn't have ****ty temps...
post #2737 of 11902
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Originally Posted by Noirgheos View Post

Wow, it seems like a lot of review sites **** on the XFX 390X for being loud... It's making the MSI one so tempitng. If only it didn't have ****ty temps...

70c at 35% fan speed in-game is considered ****ty? Haha
post #2738 of 11902
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Originally Posted by Pokealong1227 View Post

70c at 35% fan speed in-game is considered ****ty? Haha

Where? If this is true I'll buy it in a heartbeat.
post #2739 of 11902
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Originally Posted by Noirgheos View Post

Where? If this is true I'll buy it in a heartbeat.

Oh my apologies looking back you said 390x, I have the 390. The 390x MSI Gaming OC actually reaches around 5 degrees warmer maxing out at 76c under load. I'd assume close to the same fan speeds. Compare that too the R9 290x at 90-95 degrees, it seems like a cool fall evening. Haha

http://www.guru3d.com/articles-pages/msi-radeon-r9-390x-gaming-8g-oc-review,9.html

That link shows peak temperatures at load.
post #2740 of 11902
Couple updates for those interested (XFX 390)

OC's\Firestrike graphics scores

1125/1700 +63mV \ ~13600
1140/1700 +88mV \ ~13750

Temps actually seemed to improve, peak 75C on Witcher3 @1140. Think it's ambient temps; been getting colder at night. 1150 is going to be pushing it with this card but I am determined to try. Also might be able to lower GPU temps further. Case has alot of fans (Noctua) but they are setup in the bios linked to CPU/mobo and since those parts never get very hot they are probably not pushing enough air while the GPU is heating, so that's next on the agenda.
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