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post #691 of 1859
By the way, so low OC is the only issue?

Can you run FS and 3Dmark 11 at your current max OC so we can get a baseline?

It's not the MHz that counts but your scores. thumb.gif
post #692 of 1859
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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

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.
So which one is the best to use ?
FF F1 or DD D1 or ...EE E1 ? getting confused now biggrin.gif
post #693 of 1859
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So which one is the best to use ?
FF F1 or DD D1 or ...EE E1 ? getting confused now biggrin.gif
It depends on what your card responds well to I had no success with ff/f1 and ee/e1, but dd/d1 worked wonderfully. I am now testing 55/51, many combinations that you can do.
post #694 of 1859
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Originally Posted by fyzzz View Post

It depends on what your card responds well to I had no success with ff/f1 and ee/e1, but dd/d1 worked wonderfully. I am now testing 55/51, many combinations that you can do.
Well I dont feel confident to adjust hex values by myself and I don't wanna add Gupsterg so much additional work..wink.gif
post #695 of 1859
Will my Asus 290X Matrix Platinum 4GB card work with the 390X BIOS? Gpu-Z says the memory is Elpida, so should I use the "MEM MOD -- ELPIDA" BIOS from the first post in this thread?
post #696 of 1859
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Originally Posted by fat4l View Post

Well I dont feel confident to adjust hex values by myself and I don't wanna add Gupsterg so much additional work..wink.gif

lol..

Install HxD
Open your rom.
Hit ctrl-f and search "rgr"
Scroll up till you see the memory timings. Easy Peasy
post #697 of 1859
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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

By the way, so low OC is the only issue?

Can you run FS and 3Dmark 11 at your current max OC so we can get a baseline?

It's not the MHz that counts but your scores. thumb.gif

I took my stock bios and put the Stilt's Hynix AFR timings on 1250, 1375, and 1500 straps.

Here's what I could squeeze out of it with 1135 core 1450 memory and +100mv:

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/10519476

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/9252417?

On a side note if anyone has 3dmark 11 adv. like me I find stability testing much faster using it because it and firestrike seem to error at around the same point.
post #698 of 1859
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Originally Posted by Ironsight View Post

I took my stock bios and put the Stilt's Hynix AFR timings on 1250, 1375, and 1500 straps.

Here's what I could squeeze out of it with 1135 core 1450 memory and +100mv:

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/10519476

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/9252417?

On a side note if anyone has 3dmark 11 adv. like me I find stability testing much faster using it because it and firestrike seem to error at around the same point.

Dude, those are nice scores already. This is what I am saying that don't think higher MHz is always better.

If you can muster 1200/1625 from the card using that BIOS, I am pretty sure you will get better scores.

What are your issues really?
post #699 of 1859
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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

Dude, those are nice scores already. This is what I am saying that don't think higher MHz is always better.

If you can muster 1200/1625 from the card using that BIOS, I am pretty sure you will get better scores.

What are your issues really?

We meet again. LOL
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post #700 of 1859
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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

lol..

Install HxD
Open your rom.
Hit ctrl-f and search "rgr"
Scroll up till you see the memory timings. Easy Peasy
ugh. its rly that easy ?
When I saw the pics it looked very messy to me. Letters and numbers everywhere biggrin.gif
I wil lhave to look into it..
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