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Can anyone link me some info on BIOS editing my XFX DD R9 390? It's liquid cooled btw.
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I can't make it go any higher... Fyzzz's 290 is just all balls.



EDIT: I lied...I made it go higher
Edited by Vellinious - 2/25/16 at 5:24pm
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Can anyone link me some info on BIOS editing my XFX DD R9 390? It's liquid cooled btw.

Here's the one I used. http://www.overclock.net/t/1561372/hawaii-bios-editing-290-290x-295x2-390-390x

I would suggest using AMDflash though instead of Winflash
     
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The reason it does better at 1750 is because of how the timing straps are written. 1750 is the highest you can go on those timings, hitting 1760 puts into the next strap and also at slower timings and thus scores worse as only 10mhz is added. I believe the next max timings are at 1875mhz. Many of us here just run the max strap for set timings. So 1500, 1625, 1750 etc. If it can't hit those you just go down to the next strap and call it a day.

Now i want to try some tighter timings biggrin.gif
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Mine doesn't run all that well at 1750.....I have to go higher to get good bench scores
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Mine doesn't run all that well at 1750.....I have to go higher to get good bench scores

That's weird, cause 1750 is the last mhz on that strap. What do you run at?
     
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I've already got it fitted to the base for my case. The big silver box in the pic is the perfect size to fit it right inside. = )


So you've got the dirty box in the basement and clean box up top. Nice. Dirty bugger. thumb.gif
     
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So you've got the dirty box in the basement and clean box up top. Nice. Dirty bugger. thumb.gif

It's cooler down here. If I turn the space heaters off while I'm at work, it usually cools down to around 14c in here.....good for benching. It was 13.3c when I got home today....so I put the boots to it. thumb.gif
With tess tweaks, but.....I'll take it

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/7691621

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This seems....a little low. I'm on stock clocks with an MSI 390 and crimson 16.1.1 hotfix but that gfx score is wayyy below what the 390 is supposed to pull in 3dmark 11. Not sure what's going on here, esp. since i haven't noticed any notable performance issues in games. Is that just crimson ******* up everything?
Edited by roflcopter1654 - 2/25/16 at 7:50pm
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Well, hell. Somehow Crimson was capping my clock at 520MHz. Rolled back to catalyst and this is what i got.
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