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http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/11038385

I couldn't go higher than 11230 with my R9 390X ...Cpu should be powerful enough as it's the highest cpu on LGA 1155 ( xeon E3 1290 v2 4.10Ghz )and yah its faster than 3770 plus its overclocked

i think you are running your rams at single channel with that 2GB.
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The 4x2 actually in dual channel ...I don't know if that extra 2GB is effecting the performance of the 8GB
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The 4x2 actually in dual channel ...I don't know if that extra 2GB is effecting the performance of the 8GB

might not be a big deal but me think so. try removing the 2 and install the one 4GB in its place without messing up your system.biggrin.gif

run FS again using same settings and see if your graphics score goes up. if you care. if not just ignore.
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Dude, you've been asking over, and over, and over, and over, and over again while ignoring most advice given to you. Take a step back and listen to what others have to say before trying things randomly without actually knowing what you're doing.

First off, uninstall Furmark. It's useless and only stresses your card for no reason. Test for stability with games (The harder they are to run, the better. Witcher 3, I've found, is the best for that)

Secondly, undo any overclocking (Just press the reset button in Afterburner or whatever) and disable any overclocking software (don't let them run at boot), then reboot and run The Stilt's VID app and post what it reports as your DPM7 voltage (Or even better, post a screenshot of it). If we don't know that, any offset you apply is useless, really.

Third, install GPU-z and give us your VRM temps and actual VDDC under load. You could also have it record everything (In the bottom of the sensors tab - also have it refresh the sensors every second instead of 2.5s or so that it is by default) and then zip and upload the log here so we can see what's going on. Or, again, even better would be to post screenshots.

I'm willing to bet your card is a low DPM7 one and you just need a bigger offset. But you can't just try random things and expect it to work. Help us help you.





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GPU-ZSensorLog.txt 236k .txt file

See? That wasn't so hard. AND I was right. My card is a 1.275V DPM7 chip. What that means is that when we both apply the same offset, say +50mV in Afterburner, I'm going to get a higher voltage (Not 50mV because of vdroop, but higher nontheless). In fact, your card's voltage at +100mV is going to be closer to mine when at +50mV. So just push some more volts in there, just watch out for the temps, especially the VRMs.

You might also want to make a custom, more aggressive fan curve to keep things nice and cool, but I digress. I would have it top out at something like 50-60% with the PCS, but that's just me.

EDIT : Now that I'm thinking about it, under load I'm a full 100mV higher than you when at +50mv. So I say go straight to +100mV and don't look back. And certainly don't be afraid. Also, don't forget to set your power limit to +50%.
Edited by tolis626 - 3/3/16 at 4:28am
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so im basically safe with +100mV? i have a custom fan curve and i can control the fans on my case.
how can i overclock it now? 1100Mhz ,1725MHz memory and +100mV will it be okay?
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so im basically safe with +100mV? i have a custom fan curve and i can control the fans on my case.
how can i overclock it now? 1100Mhz ,1725MHz memory and +100mV will it be okay?

Woah, slow down there. Leave the memory at stock for now, you have to finish overclocking the core first. Try increasing in 25MHz steps at first. Then, when you start getting artifacts, go back to your previously stable overclock and add 5-10MHz at a time. See where that gets you. Then, when you're all done with the core, try overclocking the memory. There's a good chance you might need to increase AUX voltage when pushing the memory farther, but don't go over +50mV on it to be totally safe.

I'd expect you'd be able to hit at least 1125MHz, maybe even higher. But take your time to do it and do it right. Just watch and write down your VRM temps and post back when you have results. Good luck! thumb.gif
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Woah, slow down there. Leave the memory at stock for now, you have to finish overclocking the core first. Try increasing in 25MHz steps at first. Then, when you start getting artifacts, go back to your previously stable overclock and add 5-10MHz at a time. See where that gets you. Then, when you're all done with the core, try overclocking the memory. There's a good chance you might need to increase AUX voltage when pushing the memory farther, but don't go over +50mV on it to be totally safe.

I'd expect you'd be able to hit at least 1125MHz, maybe even higher. But take your time to do it and do it right. Just watch and write down your VRM temps and post back when you have results. Good luck! thumb.gif

how much voltage to add? anything above 60-70 my pc crashes... RSOD
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There is no point into Overclocking vram: useless. Vram at 1650 / 1700 mhz would decrease general performance and framerate in your benchmark.
Avoid overclock on Vram, focuse yourself on the core clock and overclock it for real gain in performance/framerate!!
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There is no point into Overclocking vram: useless. Vram at 1650 / 1700 mhz would decrease general performance and framerate in your benchmark.
Avoid overclock on Vram, focuse yourself on the core clock and overclock it for real gain in performance/framerate!!

are you sure?

coz I can show you the difference. rolleyes.gif

Maybe you have not seen me clock the core. And score less than the other guys.
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