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Finally stable for me with this voltages and clockes

Edited by cyraxus - 9/21/15 at 3:40pm
post #562 of 1897
Guys, no matter what ROM I choose to flash my Sapphire TRIX 290X, as soon as I try to launch a Cryengine 3 powered application, both a game like Crysis 3 or a tech demo, the driver (Catalyst 15.8 Beta) is stopped and restarted with the application crashing. Any workaround to this? Is there anyone else experiencing the same issue?

Thanks in advance!
Cheers!
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Just now created an account to thanks op for this awesome bios, working great on my r9 290 tri-x oc. Can i request a bios with 'powerplay' disabled?, the reason is because on desktop with nothing running, my gpu will turn off my pc and reboot with 'no signal' if i leave it for a while. Adding +50mv core voltage didn't work, even on stock sapphire bios which +25mv core voltage didn't help, and i suspect my card can't handle 2d and 3d clock/voltage switch(powerplay).
Thank you.
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Just now created an account to thanks op for this awesome bios, working great on my r9 290 tri-x oc. Can i request a bios with 'powerplay' disabled?, the reason is because on desktop with nothing running, my gpu will turn off my pc and reboot with 'no signal' if i leave it for a while. Adding +50mv core voltage didn't work, even on stock sapphire bios which +25mv core voltage didn't help, and i suspect my card can't handle 2d and 3d clock/voltage switch(powerplay).
Thank you.
So you want it running full speed? That's a quick and easy fix. Can help.
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So you want it running full speed? That's a quick and easy fix. Can help.

You can make it?!, nice!!, i rather pay extra electric bill than have my pc dying on me whenever left alone, so no need to make 2d profile in ccc or use afterburner right?, just flash it and 24/7 full speed?
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You can make it?!, nice!!, i rather pay extra electric bill than have my pc dying on me whenever left alone, so no need to make 2d profile in ccc or use afterburner right?, just flash it and 24/7 full speed?
Yup can make it run full speed, but which bios do you want it apply to?
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Yup can make it run full speed, but which bios do you want it apply to?
290_SAMSUNG_MOD_V1.7 , and i did try flashing 390x on my 290 tri-x oc and it can boot, even got higher score on metro benchmark, the only downside is it temp higher 2-3 degree on idle, (38/39 on 390 bios, 40/41 on 390x), will it damage my card if i use 390x bios on my 290?
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290_SAMSUNG_MOD_V1.7 , and i did try flashing 390x on my 290 tri-x oc and it can boot, even got higher score on metro benchmark, the only downside is it temp higher 2-3 degree on idle, (38/39 on 390 bios, 40/41 on 390x), will it damage my card if i use 390x bios on my 290?
no probably not. so you have the new trix? I made one for 290x and one for 290, these should run at full speed.
390biosfullspeed.zip 198k .zip file
Edited by fyzzz - 9/25/15 at 11:37am
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no probably not. so you have the new trix? I made one for 290x and one for 290, these should run at full speed.
390biosfullspeed.zip 198k .zip file


Fyzzz, do you know a good thread to read on doing all this? I have a reference 290 and a reference pcb tri-x and they're not really feeling the 390x bios'. I'd like to have the 390 bios with my stock voltages and memory timings to hopefully have better compatibility.
   
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RAMHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
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CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
Custom Loop Windows 8.1 QNIX QX2710LED Logitech G710 
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post #570 of 1897
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no probably not. so you have the new trix? I made one for 290x and one for 290, these should run at full speed.
390biosfullspeed.zip 198k .zip file
its the old one on gpu-z it said revision 0, anyway, thank you for the bios, i will flash it and give a feedback later.
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