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I'm so close to buying a MSI 390 for 1440p monitor but can't detach myself from the urge to buy a 970......

$300 tops for a 4GB card. Well, if it has 4.
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I'm getting new card since my old HD7850 just doesn't cut it anymore in GTA V and some other instances. I'm from europe and just found out I can get Sapphire trix 290X 8GB for 328€ while Sapphire 390 Nitro being 336€.

290X should have avantage since its fully unlocked chip in first place? I looked from kitguru review the PCB of cards is identical, only bios / sw level should be different, if so would flashing 290x to 390x help anything?

Any help or comments would be appreciated smile.gif

links to cards:
http://www.mindfactory.de/product_info.php/8192MB-Sapphire-Radeon-R9-290X-Tri-X-OC-Aktiv-PCIe-3-0-x16--Lite-Retail-_992580.html

http://www.mindfactory.de/product_info.php/8192MB-Sapphire-Radeon-R9-390-Nitro-inkl--Backplate-Aktiv-PCIe-3-0-x16--_1012937.html
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Sigh I don't get what is going on. I've tried two different R9 390s both from different shops and I have a stutter/freeze problem with GTA V and Witcher 3. It resolves itself after a min but the first min the game just freezes for a good second a few times. I've tried reinstalling W10, different driver, different PCI slot, OCing CPU, downclocking and increasing voltage no luck... tomorrow is the last day I can swap the card maybe I should go for a 970. GTX 670 previously gave me no issues...
Edited by Blackcurrent - 11/8/15 at 4:07am
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Can any 390(x) owner beat this score? Run at 100% fan and 1241/1644 (blame those odd numbers on Trixx's terrible interface). Ambients are quite and helped, maybe 14 c in my room at the moment. but it was a stable run!. Plus 200mv in Trixx is 1.4v when stressed fully, but in many games it wouldn't be glued to 1.4v as it was in Firestrike. Still, the temps are AMAZING on the VaporX cooler. Ambients helped, as well as my case cooling setup (have 4 Nocuta 2k fans hooked up to a fan controller, and 2 other random make fans too of lesser speeds).

i uploaded the image to show GPUz logs. Also, my PSU 12v sensor dips a nice bit when using so much voltage, I don't think it's a cause for concern, but I am going to be grabbing a new PSU soon (this SuperFlower Amazon Bronze 650 watt has served me well for 5 years). Probably going to grab a SuperFlower 650 watt Gold (either Golden Green or Leadex).

My card is easily drawing 350~ watts with this voltage, if not more, and CPU is 4790k at 4.9ghz/1.31v. So system is being heavily loaded when running this bench! probably 550 - 600 watts!

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/9201024?

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What's a good starting point to OC my PowerColor 390 PCS+ (--> MSI Afterburner settings)?I don't want to increase the voltage.

Also, what's the temperature I should aim for at 100% GPU usage (and what's the maximum temp)? Any suggestions on a custom fan profile?


Thanks in advance!
Edited by ShadowBSE - 11/8/15 at 6:17am
post #3896 of 11900
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Originally Posted by Gumbi View Post

Can any 390(x) owner beat this score? Run at 100% fan and 1241/1644 (blame those odd numbers on Trixx's terrible interface). Ambients are quite and helped, maybe 14 c in my room at the moment. but it was a stable run!. Plus 200mv in Trixx is 1.4v when stressed fully, but in many games it wouldn't be glued to 1.4v as it was in Firestrike. Still, the temps are AMAZING on the VaporX cooler. Ambients helped, as well as my case cooling setup (have 4 Nocuta 2k fans hooked up to a fan controller, and 2 other random make fans too of lesser speeds).

i uploaded the image to show GPUz logs. Also, my PSU 12v sensor dips a nice bit when using so much voltage, I don't think it's a cause for concern, but I am going to be grabbing a new PSU soon (this SuperFlower Amazon Bronze 650 watt has served me well for 5 years). Probably going to grab a SuperFlower 650 watt Gold (either Golden Green or Leadex).

My card is easily drawing 350~ watts with this voltage, if not more, and CPU is 4790k at 4.9ghz/1.31v. So system is being heavily loaded when running this bench! probably 550 - 600 watts!

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/9201024?

That's a lot of volts biggrin.gif
What is the "max" for VDDC ? Can u re-run FS and check/upload image pls ? thumb.gif

Anyway I can try to beat the score tongue.gif
post #3897 of 11900
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Originally Posted by Gumbi View Post

Can any 390(x) owner beat this score? Run at 100% fan and 1241/1644 (blame those odd numbers on Trixx's terrible interface). Ambients are quite and helped, maybe 14 c in my room at the moment. but it was a stable run!. Plus 200mv in Trixx is 1.4v when stressed fully, but in many games it wouldn't be glued to 1.4v as it was in Firestrike. Still, the temps are AMAZING on the VaporX cooler. Ambients helped, as well as my case cooling setup (have 4 Nocuta 2k fans hooked up to a fan controller, and 2 other random make fans too of lesser speeds).

i uploaded the image to show GPUz logs. Also, my PSU 12v sensor dips a nice bit when using so much voltage, I don't think it's a cause for concern, but I am going to be grabbing a new PSU soon (this SuperFlower Amazon Bronze 650 watt has served me well for 5 years). Probably going to grab a SuperFlower 650 watt Gold (either Golden Green or Leadex).

My card is easily drawing 350~ watts with this voltage, if not more, and CPU is 4790k at 4.9ghz/1.31v. So system is being heavily loaded when running this bench! probably 550 - 600 watts!

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/9201024?


I didn't beat you, but I'd say I'm too close for comfort. tongue.gif

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/6378264

14725 vs 14770. I'm like 10MHz away from your score. biggrin.gif

Still, this Vapor-X... Damn, they can take some punishment. Too bad Sapphire decided to not use that cooler for the 300 series, or even the Fury. Would have made almost too much sense. And there is the PCB to back it up. I doubt most 390 cards can really draw 1.4V like it's no big deal.

Also, 4.9GHz at 1.31V on the 4790k? You bastard... Mine only does 4.7GHz at 1.31V (And that's not 100% stable, needs 1.315v). For 4.8GHz I need something stupid like 1.4V and 4.9GHz isn't even doable. Goddamn silicon lottery...
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@fat4l I'll rerun Firestrike, but the max I'm pretty sure is the 1.406v (basically 1.4v), the current reading was in line with the straight line seen in the log which seems to indicate it's capped out at that by the BIOS.

@tolis626 Very nice score! it seems your memory is helping you pull through the extra points to make up for my faster core. Could you bench 1185/1644 and see what score you get, i want to see how much of a difference the 100~ extra mhz on the memory is making.

And yes, my 4790k is definitely a golden chip tongue.gif Yours isn't bad at all actually, most do 4.5/4/6 at 1.31v~. Feels great doing 4.9 with ease on air biggrin.gif
post #3899 of 11900
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Originally Posted by Gumbi View Post

@fat4l I'll rerun Firestrike, but the max I'm pretty sure is the 1.406v (basically 1.4v), the current reading was in line with the straight line seen in the log which seems to indicate it's capped out at that by the BIOS.

@tolis626 Very nice score! it seems your memory is helping you pull through the extra points to make up for my faster core. Could you bench 1185/1644 and see what score you get, i want to see how much of a difference the 100~ extra mhz on the memory is making.

And yes, my 4790k is definitely a golden chip tongue.gif Yours isn't bad at all actually, most do 4.5/4/6 at 1.31v~. Feels great doing 4.9 with ease on air biggrin.gif

You asked, and I shall deliver. Memory being at 1725MHz is good for some 250-300 points, you were right.

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/6431129

Still... I'm tempted to install Trixx and beat that score of yours. I shouldn't... tongue.gif
post #3900 of 11900
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Originally Posted by tolis626 View Post

You asked, and I shall deliver. Memory being at 1725MHz is good for some 250-300 points, you were right.

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/6431129

Still... I'm tempted to install Trixx and beat that score of yours. I shouldn't... tongue.gif

Wow, very nice. Didn't realise, definitely makes a difference. I should run 1185/1644 and compare it to your score!

@fat4l Max reported voltage was actually 1.422 tongue.gif.
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