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Yeah CFX is no good with Witcher 3. I get 40-50 fps 4K but from time to time fps drops 30 fps for some unknown reason. Even when GPU usage is 90% there is visible stutter. With single GPU I get ~ 30 fps but its very smooth. Problem is 30 fps is not very fluid for my taste.

Nah, no 30fps gaming for me.

Look I am going to break a karma here. Day before yesterday I was standing in the video game isle at Wal-Mart looking at the Xbox Ones. Then I remembered 30fps and usually 900p upscaled if I am lucky.

I came home and ordered my 390...
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All fans should kick in. You might have a dead fan there.

no no, is all good I have that video card, and with the intelligent fan controller does that, one fan's stop while the others are running, the temps should be right like that
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I'd be hard pressed to believe that was your best SD run. biggrin.gif

I sometimes wonder if the 780 can be made stronger TBH.

BTW, run SD with Tess Off and you'll be amazed how good your card is.
This makes me wonder if you are benching and doing those amazing scores with tess off tongue.gif
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This makes me wonder if you are benching and doing those amazing scores with tess off tongue.gif

Tess Off can be seen on the results. There are previous reports 3DMark not being able to detect Tess Tweaks down to 2X but I have no luck with them.

But since you are asking, here is Tess OFF. biggrin.gif Good for 2nd spot on the bot. Well,that is just due to the top dog using a better CPU.

http://www.3dmark.com/sd/3763946

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Tess Off can be seen on the results. There are previous reports 3DMark not being able to detect Tess Tweaks down to 2X but I have no luck with them.
How ? when I turn it off in drivers, 3d marks says, "valid result" smile.gif
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How ? when I turn it off in drivers, 3d marks says, "valid result" smile.gif

Lucky you.

But since you doubt my syet stink biggrin.gif here you go. A very easy one.

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/6643800

And a hard one.
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/10588407
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I have a question what is the max safe temp for vrm 2on my r9 390x devil. I'm setting at 65c max right now and I want to know how far I can push my AUX voltage
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There is very little need to touch AUX voltage on these cards.
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Agree.

Best to keep the VRMs under 80C at all times. It can be argued that they can go past 90C. But thinks get wonky past 70C on high clocks in my experience.
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They can do 100C+ but it does create artifacts at high temps, the lower the better obviously.
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