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post #681 of 1859
interesting.

What about the core? I can run error free at 1300/1625 at +200. This is the best I can get from the memory. 1626 will be screen corruption.

I think I am done on the core. So improvements on the RAM will be next. Slowly getting there.

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/6462105
Edited by mus1mus - 11/12/15 at 12:13am
post #682 of 1859
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You can look for a better BIOS.

I did. And it worked.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/10516819


@gupsterg

FF F1 works as well. Pushed my card further.

I think you have a 290X Tri-X like me so would you care to send me off in the right direction?
post #683 of 1859
What do you need buddy?

I gotta warn you though, what I do is not meant for daily gaming. But you can adapt it.

290 Reference Sapphire. thumb.gif
post #684 of 1859
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What do you need buddy?

I gotta warn you though, what I do is not meant for daily gaming. But you can adapt it.

290 Reference Sapphire. thumb.gif

Woah reference 290 that's amazing!

Like I said before I don't think my card is a very good overclocker,
but I would like to see some more performance out of this thing with +100mv.

I'm not sure what bios to try from here besides modding the memory timings in my stock 290x Tri-X bios.

So I guess can you briefly say what you've tried in general to get your bios to where it is now?
post #685 of 1859
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Woah reference 290 that's amazing!

Like I said before I don't think my card is a very good overclocker,
but I would like to see some more performance out of this thing with +100mv.

I'm not sure what bios to try from here besides modding the memory timings in my stock 290x Tri-X bios.

So I guess can you briefly say what you've tried in general to get your bios to where it is now?

Ahh.

Post your BIOS here. Maybe the DD-D1 will work on you.

Post the stock NOT the modded ones.

Water I think also helped.
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Ahh.

Post your BIOS here. Maybe the DD-D1 will work on you.

Post the stock NOT the modded ones.

Water I think also helped.

Can't attach my bios so I'll link to TPU.

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/151774/sapphire-r9290x-4096-131212-1.html (Hynix)

I think water would help my card too because the ASIC is 68.6% but that's not happening anytime soon. wink.gif
post #687 of 1859
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Can't attach my bios so I'll link to TPU.

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/151774/sapphire-r9290x-4096-131212-1.html (Hynix)

I think water would help my card too because the ASIC is 68.6% but that's not happening anytime soon. wink.gif

I would prefer your own. smile.gif

Save your .rom file to the desktop, right click on it, add to archive / zip, attach zip in here.

Or try Fyzz's bios.


Speaking of ASIC, mine's 81%
post #688 of 1859
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I would prefer your own. smile.gif

Save your .rom file to the desktop, right click on it, add to archive / zip, attach zip in here.

Or try Fyzz's bios.


Speaking of ASIC, mine's 81%

Kk here it is: Stock_290X_TriX_OC_UEFI.zip 98k .zip file
post #689 of 1859
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Kk here it is: Stock_290X_TriX_OC_UEFI.zip 98k .zip file

I'll get back on your BIOS tomorrow. Just head home. thumb.gif just don't keep your hopes high. biggrin.gif
post #690 of 1859
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I'll get back on your BIOS tomorrow. Just head home. thumb.gif just don't keep your hopes high. biggrin.gif

Take your time, setting expectations low so I'll be happy with whatever gains I get. wink.gif
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