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post #6191 of 11743
Got my Sapphire R9 390 390 running steady without any artifacts at 1140/1650Mhz +50mV and Temps at 70°C.
This anny1 good, kinda new to overclocking.
post #6192 of 11743
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Originally Posted by DirtyDutch View Post

Got my Sapphire R9 390 390 running steady without any artifacts at 1140/1650Mhz +50mV and Temps at 70°C.
This anny1 good, kinda new to overclocking.

sounds good
post #6193 of 11743
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BIOS modding is the best way for extra voltage, or you can use some crappy software like Trixxx that allows +200mV.

so what's the best software to use for overcloking??
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post #6194 of 11743
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so what's the best software to use for overcloking??

Msi Afterburner
post #6195 of 11743
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Msi Afterburner

so still the best opcion...
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post #6196 of 11743
On air, afterburner for normal OC levels.

TriXX and iTurbo if on water. For higher Voltages.
post #6197 of 11743
is possible to flash the 390x bios to xfx 390(like 290-290x) who has a friend of mine?
post #6198 of 11743
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Originally Posted by bill1971 View Post

is possible to flash the 390x bios to xfx 390(like 290-290x) who has a friend of mine?

It is. But note that some motherboards detects mismatched device ID after bios flashing and will stop you from posting. RVE does this for example. And device ID of a 290 is different from the 290X.

Otherwise, the bios will just ignore the difference between the GPUs and work as a normal 390 (locked CUs) and if luck permits, 390X (unlocked CUs).

Though, don't ever think that you will end up with a perfectly working card after flashing. Differences in clocks, Voltages etc, can pose issues to the card. Most of it can be fixed and ignored though. thumb.gif
post #6199 of 11743
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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

It is. But note that some motherboards detects mismatched device ID after bios flashing and will stop you from posting. RVE does this for example. And device ID of a 290 is different from the 290X.

Otherwise, the bios will just ignore the difference between the GPUs and work as a normal 390 (locked CUs) and if luck permits, 390X (unlocked CUs).

Though, don't ever think that you will end up with a perfectly working card after flashing. Differences in clocks, Voltages etc, can pose issues to the card. Most of it can be fixed and ignored though. thumb.gif
because I own a 290 card and already have chanche bios,i want to know if the way to flash bios in 390 is the same with 290?
post #6200 of 11743
Should be. thumb.gif
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