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post #1631 of 1994
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thanks eroticus ...same card (trixx)... did you try or compare it to a r390x biosmod ?

Yeah but i was to lazy to edit voltages and mV.

You can try this one if you want =]

Here my GPU score

1100@1375
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/9037206


btw TRI-X has 2 PCB AMD and Sapphire own.

AMD PCB has "AMD" under "GPU PCI-LANES"
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post #1632 of 1994
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Whoa ! nice temps, you can overclock ur VRMs even more...

1100@1375
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/9037206

Also always keep ur drivers updated.
I wish. I just get black screen crashes when I try to go above +200mv. Temps are good just the card cant handle it.....
post #1633 of 1994
Another black screen special run on Firestrike. According to GPUZ the card peaked out at 1.39v's. But from what I can tell on the charts it really was around 1.3v. VRM temp hit a max of 58°C and the core hit 45°C. This was at a core clock of 1150MHz.



http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/12895149
post #1634 of 1994
Don't oc it to much, 1100/1375 should be fine without killing ur GPU.
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post #1635 of 1994
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Don't oc it to much, 1100/1375 should be fine without killing ur GPU.
No worries, I only overclock when benching, I run the card stock when playing games, This was a run at 1100MHz core/1375Mhz mem. Avergage voltage was around 1.25 volts so everything was within temp limits.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/12895432
post #1636 of 1994
Just wondering, is there a point flashing a 290x to a 390x? Let's say I can overclock to 1150Mhz on my 290x. Would I be able to overclock higher if I flash the 290x to 390x?

If there's no point, I might as well just edit the voltage and clocks of my original 290x bios basing on reading the guide.
Edited by Mini0510 - 7/4/16 at 11:46am
post #1637 of 1994
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Just wondering, is there a point flashing a 290x to a 390x? Let's say I can overclock to 1150Mhz on my 290x. Would I be able to overclock higher if I flash the 290x to 390x?

If there's no point, I might as well just edit the voltage and clocks of my original 290x bios basing on reading the guide.
I saw a performance gain wit the 390x BIOS myself. I dont normally OC though. It doesn't hurt try out the BIOS unless your card is still under warranty.
post #1638 of 1994
I still am blown away by how much a temp drop the 290Mod bios did on my pair of R9 290s. I can't even have these in my case cause they will over heat.
post #1639 of 1994
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Guys, is there any way to unlock the voltage, so it can be set beyond 1.3v on maximum loads? To my eyes it is locked up to 1.299V no matter the voltage offset applied, whilst such behavior wasn't existed with the stock bios.
Also, does anyone manage to achieve higher memory voltages via bios tweak?

TIA for your answers smile.gif

I would like to know as well. I am under water so voltages arent as much of a concern..
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post #1640 of 1994
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I would like to know as well. I am under water so voltages arent as much of a concern..
Have you tried flashing the modified BIOS in the OP?
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