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Sweet. Thanks man.

I was kind of hesitant to assume based on the fact that at the peek theoretical load of 300W+ I'd be pulling a maximum of 25A from a single 8pin. I know that's not a lot for a 12V line but I was worried about splitting a 12V supply to a single card.
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Sweet. Thanks man.

I was kind of hesitant to assume based on the fact that at the peek theoretical load of 300W+ I'd be pulling a maximum of 25A from a single 8pin. I know that's not a lot for a 12V line but I was worried about splitting a 12V supply to a single card.
It's always good idea to use separate PCIe cables directly from PSU for each PCIe power connectors.
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Had a Corsair HX1050 and decided to replace it with a corsair HX1200i, still same problem.
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Damn all this coil whine is making me wary of getting a 390X. So far though everyone who's reported it has a Corsair PSU. Could this be a common trend? I have an XFX XTR 750W.
post #2995 of 11961
I've had 3 r9 390x's and none have coil whine.
post #2996 of 11961
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Originally Posted by Noirgheos View Post

Damn all this coil whine is making me wary of getting a 390X. So far though everyone who's reported it has a Corsair PSU. Could this be a common trend? I have an XFX XTR 750W.

Don't let that deter you from getting a 390X, the XFX R9 390X is a great card and in my opinion it runs cooler and quieter than the MSI one.
Coil whine is not going to destroy your PC, it only means that you have to consider if yoibare building a super quiet pc.
post #2997 of 11961
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Don't let that deter you from getting a 390X, the XFX R9 390X is a great card and in my opinion it runs cooler and quieter than the MSI one.
Coil whine is not going to destroy your PC, it only means that you have to consider if yoibare building a super quiet pc.

Well I do have an S340 with sound padding on the inside that I ripped from a H440, and a Corsair H80i for my CPU. I try for it to be quiet, but if only the GPU is audible I don't care as long as it's cool.
post #2998 of 11961
Yesterday, I got a r9 390 nitro + backplate. This version comes with 1040 core clock.

I was able to reach 1100 mhz core and 1700 mhz memory without increasing the juice.

At 1110 mhz 3D Mark 2011 has shown little artifacts. BTW 3D Mark 2011 is from my point of view the best benchmark to verify if an oc is stable.

With unigine heaven I didnt get artifacts even on 1140 core. BF hardline has shown no artifacts as well. 3D Mark 2011 did smile.gif

By increasing the voltage up to +100 mV my card reaches 1150 mhz stable. But the higher temperature, which results in an higher noise is not worth the performance gain.
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Originally Posted by FleiPei View Post

Yesterday, I got a r9 390 nitro + backplate. This version comes with 1040 core clock.

I was able to reach 1100 mhz core and 1700 mhz memory without increasing the juice.

At 1110 mhz 3D Mark 2011 has shown little artifacts. BTW 3D Mark 2011 is from my point of view the best benchmark to verify if an oc is stable.

With unigine heaven I didnt get artifacts even on 1140 core. BF hardline has shown no artifacts as well. 3D Mark 2011 did smile.gif

By increasing the voltage up to +100 mV my card reaches 1150 mhz stable. But the higher temperature, which results in an higher noise is not worth the performance gain.

My God now I wish Sapphire would release a 390X version.
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Sapphire Nitro 390 w/ Backplate

Can't push clocks much higher, even with overvolt..

Cools well, Furmark @ 79C solid and still quiet (quiet as in sitting right next to me, out of case on my desk)

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