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So from what I'm reading here the kraken x61 with the g10 bracket fits the 390x ?
post #3132 of 11962
This probably isn't the right place to post this, but can anyone help me on this? My PSU(EVGA G2 750W 80+ Gold) makes a very loud buzzing sound at start up, and eventually it goes away. but can also come back at any time, it seems to happen more often than not when the PC is under load. I've tried running Valley for 24 hours to "burn it in" but that didn't do anything. I also removed my GPU to check if it was the GPU, it's not.

I really don't want to RMA, any suggestions?

P.S. If you google EVGA G2 750W buzzing, you'll get results with coil whine, videos and such. This is NOT coil whine, it is much too rattly to be coil whine.
post #3133 of 11962
The fan?
post #3134 of 11962
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Originally Posted by Agent Smith1984 View Post

What are your temps? Have you tried finding max oc at 50-75mv? Some people are finding better clocks in that range due to tdp limitations....

Is your msi 390 the "le" version?

Le version? can you tell me the differences between them?
post #3135 of 11962
Fortunately no coil whine with my XFX 390 even with OC. I played the Witcher 3 for hrs the other day & did not notice any at least. I'll be sure to pay a little more attention for it now though.
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I did, I sold it and am about to try out the Strix 390 tongue.gif
While the strix have real good design, i would notnot recommend it over the msi one. The cooling is not as good and overclocking seems weak for mine and a few of them that I know have the same problem too. It can't quite push over 1160.
post #3137 of 11962
I can do 1150 on stock voltage on my 390 Strix but if I even think of upping the voltage the VRM gets so hot I start to get artifacts.

The VRM needs a serious improvement in cooling, the core temps are not an issue at all.
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http://www.computerbase.de/2015-10/neun-radeon-r9-390-x-partnerkarten-test/

A nice 390(X) Round-up including 9 different cards with (sustained) clock speeds, noise, temperature, power draw (complete system) and performance.

Asus Radeon R9 390X Strix OC
Club3D Radeon R9 390 royalQueen
MSI Radeon R9 390 Gaming
MSI Radeon R9 390X Gaming
PowerColor Radeon R9 390 PCS+
PowerColor Radeon R9 390X Devil
Sapphire Radeon R9 390 Nitro
Sapphire Radeon R9 390X Tri-X
XFX Radeon R9 390X Black Edition

Tested!
Edited by poii - 10/6/15 at 4:58am
post #3139 of 11962
decided to overclock again, and ended up with a totaly different result
first i had 1120/1700 and now
I was able to push my R9 390 Nitro to 1180/1680 with +100mV
don't know if it was because of the new driver, or my younger self was just stupid
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decided to overclock again, and ended up with a totaly different result
first i had 1120/1700 and now
I was able to push my R9 390 Nitro to 1180/1680 with +100mV
don't know if it was because of the new driver, or my younger self was just stupid

Very respectable overclock... How hot does the core and VRMs get under load and at what fan speed?
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