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Did a little testing tonight with core / memory clocks and voltages. Didn't seem to matter what I set the voltage at above +225, stability didn't increase, and max/min voltages stayed the same during the runs. 1.305 / 1.273 respectively. Of course, when it wasn't under load, peak read 1.443v....

Got the best results with 1293 on the core and between 1814 and 1820 on the memory. By the end, when I ran this, the coolant temp was starting to crawl up past 5c over ambient, so, I think if I go at it fresh, when the coolant temps are lower, it may be able to run a bit better. Thinking about lowering the ambient temp by another 5c or so, see if that doesn't make a difference.

Still....please with the progress. Tess off testing...still couldn't break 16k with tess enabled.

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@Vellinious you'll need to remove the voltage limit to push more. wink.gif
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post #6173 of 11737
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Originally Posted by kizwan View Post

@Vellinious you'll need to remove the voltage limit to push more. wink.gif

Yeah, I need to figure out how to do that. Not sure if raising the power limits/TDP would do anything, but I'm going to try that tomorrow as well.
post #6174 of 11737
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Holy hell that's fast. What voltages are you using? My card craps out at anything over 1.28V under load.

I was pushing +175mv on that test. Keep in mind, this is, in no way, stable. That was just to push it to the max on the bench.
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Did a little testing tonight with core / memory clocks and voltages. Didn't seem to matter what I set the voltage at above +225, stability didn't increase, and max/min voltages stayed the same during the runs. 1.305 / 1.273 respectively. Of course, when it wasn't under load, peak read 1.443v....

Got the best results with 1293 on the core and between 1814 and 1820 on the memory. By the end, when I ran this, the coolant temp was starting to crawl up past 5c over ambient, so, I think if I go at it fresh, when the coolant temps are lower, it may be able to run a bit better. Thinking about lowering the ambient temp by another 5c or so, see if that doesn't make a difference.

Still....please with the progress. Tess off testing...still couldn't break 16k with tess enabled.


Maybe worth looking at this BIOS. You have 8GB Though.

https://www.kingpincooling.com/forum/archive/index.php/t-2637.html


And/or try that GPU Tweak that can push more than 1.6V

I tested this on the linked BIOS.

Without GPU TWEAK, V=1.367 max.
With GPU TWEAK, I wont tell. Might freak some guys out. tongue.gif
post #6176 of 11737
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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

Maybe worth looking at this BIOS. You have 8GB Though.

https://www.kingpincooling.com/forum/archive/index.php/t-2637.html


And/or try that GPU Tweak that can push more than 1.6V

I tested this on the linked BIOS.

Without GPU TWEAK, V=1.367 max.
With GPU TWEAK, I wont tell. Might freak some guys out. tongue.gif

I'll try the GPU tweak. I used the Hawaii bios editor and raised the power limit / TDC limit and TDP max to 250. Didn't change anything else. Just wanted to try higher power limits. Booted up just fine, opened HiS iTurbo, started adding the test clocks (1270 core / 1790 memory), pushed the power limit up to 50%, enabled it, and...screen went fuzzy. Took a reboot to reset it.

Seems like ANY changes to the bios just causes an inordinate amount of instability. I don't get it.....
post #6177 of 11737
How can I rub 2x R9 390's with 2 PSUs ? I don't have an adapter . just want to run them for few hours ..any safe way?
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Hasn't it been said several times already that you only need to jump the 2 pins on the other PSU to power it on...
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Hasn't it been said several times already that you only need to jump the 2 pins on the other PSU to power it on...

Which should be turned on first? Be nice if you can turn them on exactly same time like you do with an adapter.
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Which should be turned on first? Be nice if you can turn them on exactly same time like you do with an adapter.

It doesn't matter which one is turned on first. Just wire the wires needed from your PC to the second PSU and should work just fine. And turn on at the same time.
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