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Which card? Looks like you got a winner!

Try using Trixx for more. Looking at your SS, I think you can still squeeze a lot more from the temp headroom.

Better to mod the BIOS and keep using MSI AB, Trixx is just... meh. MSI AB is so much better.
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Which card? Looks like you got a winner!

Try using Trixx for more. Looking at your SS, I think you can still squeeze a lot more from the temp headroom.
temp wise I think I could , its an msi 390 , they were said to have the best vrm contact for cooling and seeing it now I dont doubt it , I switched up the fan curve because they had it set up so the fans dont even turn on until 60C which makes it idle right around there, mine is typically spinning at 40% which is quiet enough and gives me a idle of 30 and gaming around 50. it does want to artifact in heaven which is weird , perfectly fine in games , 3d mark and kombustor. And yes its obviously not at +1200mV, its a sewing machine not a spaceship ..
    
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Better to mod the BIOS and keep using MSI AB, Trixx is just... meh. MSI AB is so much better.

Last I knew, AB only allows for +200mv.... I wouldn't use it.
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Last I knew, AB only allows for +200mv.... I wouldn't use it.

Trixxx allows +200mV, AB allows +100mV.

That is why I have modded my BIOS to give +100mV so I can get +200mV total with MSI AB, it is just superior to Trixx in every way.
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Hello everyone. Earlier this week I bought an MSI R9 390 Gaming 8G card. So far it's been running great except for one issue I can't seem to figure out. Whenever I'm benchmarking or gaming my core clock is all over the place. It regularly dips to 500-600 MHz during The Witcher 3 as well as the Valley benchmark, and during AC:U it's just all over the place.

The following screenshots should illustrate what I mean.

During Valley benchmark:
c51f7018cc.jpg


During AC:U
752d5a6722.jpg

Does anyone have any idea why this occurs and how I could fix it? It sucks during games like TW3 when my core clock drops to 500MHz for maybe half a second and as a result my FPS drops to around 30 for a second, it's very disturbing not having a steady framerate. Whenever the core clock runs at 1150MHz I can get a steady 60 fps.
    
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Hello everyone. Earlier this week I bought an MSI R9 390 Gaming 8G card. So far it's been running great except for one issue I can't seem to figure out. Whenever I'm benchmarking or gaming my core clock is all over the place. It regularly dips to 500-600 MHz during The Witcher 3 as well as the Valley benchmark, and during AC:U it's just all over the place.

The following screenshots should illustrate what I mean.

During Valley benchmark:
c51f7018cc.jpg


During AC:U
752d5a6722.jpg

Does anyone have any idea why this occurs and how I could fix it? It sucks during games like TW3 when my core clock drops to 500MHz for maybe half a second and as a result my FPS drops to around 30 for a second, it's very disturbing not having a steady framerate. Whenever the core clock runs at 1150MHz I can get a steady 60 fps.
Make sure you're not thermal throttling.
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ClockBlocker helps, it seems to be common for these cards for some reason and that fixes it, it forces the clocks to stay a t max during 3D and stuff.
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Sounds like AMD's power saving is trying to down clock even under load
    
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Make sure you're not thermal throttling.
I'm pretty sure it's not thermal throttling since max temps did not exceed 80° under load, though I'm not sure since this is the first time I'm using an AMD card.
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ClockBlocker helps, it seems to be common for these cards for some reason and that fixes it, it forces the clocks to stay a t max during 3D and stuff.
Thanks, I'll check it out!
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Sounds like AMD's power saving is trying to down clock even under load

How do I disable this? I have no experience with AMD cards or their software.
    
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Try Clock blocker like Stige said there was a post by a AMD rep saying they are looking to add this to a later update http://www.overclock.net/t/1592691/change-org-petition-to-add-an-option-to-disable-power-saving-in-gpu-settings/10#post_24944142
    
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