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post #51 of 61
don't know for sure but you could skimm the reviews of other manufacturers. most reviews include overclocking and on afterburner screenshot you should be able to see if overvolting is enabled.

i already startet a support ticket if there will be unlocked voltage in near future but no answer for now

edit: xfx seems to enable voltage control too
Edited by skyrrd - 7/19/15 at 7:30am
post #52 of 61
I recieved an answer from sapphire support team. They can't tell for sure that there will be voltage control for their r9 nitro 380 and are waiting for answer from trixx development Team but they suppose it will be enabled in one of the following versions oft trixx and afterburner (so just a matter of missing support in the tools for now).

Keep in mind that's just a "maybe"

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post #53 of 61
Have you run the FFXIV again with the 4690K? A little over a month ago, several of us on the AMD forum were making different runs on that benchmark, and we discovered that it almost didn't matter what CPU you used with it, the results weren't that much different between equal GPU's. My 860K scored almost the same as a heavily overclocked FX-8350 when they were running it on equally clocked 6970's. Later on, I downclocked my 860K from 4.5 to 3.0 and that didn't make hardly any difference, either. I'm curious to see if the same thing holds true with Intel processors

FWIW, 1080p max on this benchmark with a 6970 and an 860K at 4.5 scores 4111.
     
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http://www.3dmark.com/fs/5484091
Edited by ozzmann - 7/23/15 at 8:53am
post #55 of 61
Not to say the sapphire nitro is a bad card but i'm going to return it tomorrow for a 290 tri-x New edition. My 380 is climbing up to 70-80 degrees und er heavy load and starts throtteling to 850 MHz beginning with 70degrees. Thats with 2500rpm but even 100% fan speed doesnt change mich even with case open. So with just 50bucks i dont have to worry anymore about it tongue.gif

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Not to say the sapphire nitro is a bad card but i'm going to return it tomorrow for a 290 tri-x New edition. My 380 is climbing up to 70-80 degrees und er heavy load and starts throtteling to 850 MHz beginning with 70degrees. Thats with 2500rpm but even 100% fan speed doesnt change mich even with case open. So with just 50bucks i dont have to worry anymore about it tongue.gif

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My Nitro arrived yesterday and i like it thumb.gif in idle my whole rig is silent now and the card barely hits 70 degrees under full load with a bad to decent airflow (stock fanprofile). The only thing I notice is that my Fx 4300 is heating up because its getting the hot air from the card. By heating up I mean 50° C @ 4,5 Ghz at 1.39 Volts so not really a problem biggrin.gif
post #57 of 61
Who knows... Maybe i just had an faulty card. Now i got my 290 tri-x, just half as loud and faster as well XD
Edited by skyrrd - 7/26/15 at 11:37am
post #58 of 61
Also thought about buying my self a 290 but that would be to much of a bottleneck with my Fx. I just really hope that there will be voltage-control for the Nitro card :/
post #59 of 61
Hi

I know I'm a bit late to this but I've noticed that the core clock crashes if you goto +100 on the voltage on my R9 380 DD. I can take it to +50 on the voltage but any higher and the core clock starts crashing. Could this be whats happening to you.

-Junpit
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Hi

I know I'm a bit late to this but I've noticed that the core clock crashes if you goto +100 on the voltage on my R9 380 DD. I can take it to +50 on the voltage but any higher and the core clock starts crashing. Could this be whats happening to you.

-Junpit

I think that's happening to me on my MSI r9 380 4Gb

I'm trying now stock clocks on many different voltages, by now anything above +40mV make heaven crash.
Edited by MrNait - 6/12/16 at 8:49am
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