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Not really sure if we are talking about the same thing there.
Those fluktuation you see there sounds like a powerlimit issue.

No if I put +45 PL y have the same.
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Hmm weird, even with Clockblocker closed?
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zerowalker, what kind of power supply do you have?

Also, your CPU is 6 years old now. That may also be part of the problem.
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zerowalker, what kind of power supply do you have?

Also, your CPU is 6 years old now. That may also be part of the problem.

As i didn't have issues before i upgraded in this sense i doubt the CPU is to blame.
Though i do keep in mind that it may not be 100% stable.

The power supply, is "cooler master v850" cause i got recommendations on this site when i asked about a good PSU, so i hope that's a good one;P
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So how is everyone's temps? I'm thinking I need new case fans.

My 380x Nitro at 970MHz with -60mV has the fans spooling up to 55% on full load with 75degC as the temperatures.

Thinking about getting some Noctua P12 900rpms to replace the PS07B stock fans.
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As i didn't have issues before i upgraded in this sense i doubt the CPU is to blame.
Though i do keep in mind that it may not be 100% stable.

The power supply, is "cooler master v850" cause i got recommendations on this site when i asked about a good PSU, so i hope that's a good one;P

Your power supply is fine so is your CPU. What software are you using for overclocking? I know when I was trying to get higher clocks i briefly started using Sapphire's Trixx and ran into stability issues at clocks that were lower than what I had in MSI Afterburner. Didn't seem to matter if I increase core voltage or power.
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Your power supply is fine so is your CPU. What software are you using for overclocking? I know when I was trying to get higher clocks i briefly started using Sapphire's Trixx and ran into stability issues at clocks that were lower than what I had in MSI Afterburner. Didn't seem to matter if I increase core voltage or power.

That's good to hear:)

Well Trixx or MSI Afterburner.

I have had bad problems with MSI Afterburner (i think), as that's the conclusion i could draw from random crashes as i only had that application on (at least the last crash when i was asleep).
Though earlier i had it with Trixx and then it wasn't that much of stability to speak about.

On MSI Afterburner what settings do you have?
Currently i have "Unofficial with power play" and 1050/1500 which i set up today.
though my entire screen flickers when i change clock speeds, and it totally messed up at one time when i set it to one certain clock. Or well flickers is the wrong word, like lines jumping about?
Though i think when it totally messed up and didn't stop until i changed the clock from what it was then was cause of ClockBlocker and it's ADL mode.

Well so many factors playing about that i can't keep track on stuff anymore;P
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Hmm weird, even with Clockblocker closed?

Yes, but I have some findings.

Thanks to gupsterg Hawaii Bios Editing guide: http://www.overclock.net/t/1561372/hawaii-bios-editing-290-290x-295x2-390-390x, I see that with aida 64 my stock voltages and clocks are: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0AC = 0E100E74 [VDDC DPM00 = 0.90000 V < / DPM01 = 0.92500 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0B0 = 0E8C0F3C [VDDC DPM02 = 0.93100 V / DPM03 = 0.97500 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0B4 = 0F6C0FA0 [VDDC DPM04 = 0.98700 V / DPM05 = 1.00000 < V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0B8 = 10041068 [VDDC DPM06 = 1.02500 V / DPM07 = 1.05000 < V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0BC = 10981114 [VDDC DPM08 = 1.06200 V / DPM09 = 1.09300 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0C0 = 11301178 [VDDC DPM10 = 1.10000 < V / DPM11 = 1.11800 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0C4 = 11F80000 [VDDC DPM12 = 1.15000 < V / DPM13 = 0.00000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0C8 = 00000000 [VDDC DPM14 = 0.00000 V / DPM15 = 0.00000 V]

ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0CC = 0E100ED8 [VDDGFX DPM00 = 0.90000 < V / DPM01 = 0.95000 < V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0D0 = 0EF00FD0 [VDDGFX DPM02 = 0.95600 V / DPM03 = 1.01200 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0D4 = 106810FC [VDDGFX DPM04 = 1.05000 V / DPM05 = 1.08700 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0D8 = 11781240 [VDDGFX DPM06 = 1.11800 V / DPM07 = 1.16800 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0DC = 00000000 [VDDGFX DPM08 = 0.00000 V / DPM09 = 0.00000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0E0 = 00000000 [VDDGFX DPM10 = 0.00000 V / DPM11 = 0.00000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0E4 = 00000000 [VDDGFX DPM12 = 0.00000 V / DPM13 = 0.00000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0E8 = 00000000 [VDDGFX DPM14 = 0.00000 V / DPM15 = 0.00000 V]

[ ADL GPU Info ]

Part Number = 113-2E30810-O4H
BIOS Version = 015.047.000.012
BIOS Date = 2015/07/29 02:08
Memory Type = GDDR5
GPU Clock = 985 MHz
Memory Clock = 1450 MHz
VDDC = 0 mV
DPM State = 0
GPU Usage = 52 %

[ ADL PStates List ]

State #0: GPUClock = 300 MHz, MemClock = 150 MHz, VID = 0.000 V
State #1: GPUClock = 985 MHz, MemClock = 1450 MHz, VID = 0.000 V
[ GPU PStates List ]
DPM0: GPUClock = 300 MHz, VID = 0.90000 V
DPM1: GPUClock = 473 MHz, VID = 0.92500 V
DPM2: GPUClock = 745 MHz, VID = 0.93100 V
DPM3: GPUClock = 829 MHz, VID = 0.98700 V
DPM4: GPUClock = 870 MHz, VID = 1.02500 V
DPM5: GPUClock = 903 MHz, VID = 1.06200 V
DPM6: GPUClock = 938 MHz, VID = 1.09300 V
DPM7: GPUClock = 985 MHz, VID = 1.11800 V

VDDC voltages are Hedzin’s Tonga bios editor table 1 voltages, and others added automatically.
VDDGFX voltages are table 2 first column.

I don't know what VDDC or VDDGFX voltages are.

If I do an OC with trixx to 1100/1500, the clocks changes, but no voltages: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0AC = 0E100E74 [VDDC DPM00 = 0.90000 V / DPM01 = 0.92500 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0B0 = 0E8C0F3C [VDDC DPM02 = 0.93100 V / DPM03 = 0.97500 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0B4 = 0F6C0FA0 [VDDC DPM04 = 0.98700 V / DPM05 = 1.00000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0B8 = 10041068 [VDDC DPM06 = 1.02500 V / DPM07 = 1.05000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0BC = 10981114 [VDDC DPM08 = 1.06200 V / DPM09 = 1.09300 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0C0 = 11301178 [VDDC DPM10 = 1.10000 V / DPM11 = 1.11800 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0C4 = 11F80000 [VDDC DPM12 = 1.15000 V / DPM13 = 0.00000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0C8 = 00000000 [VDDC DPM14 = 0.00000 V / DPM15 = 0.00000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0CC = 0E100ED8 [VDDGFX DPM00 = 0.90000 V / DPM01 = 0.95000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0D0 = 0EF00FD0 [VDDGFX DPM02 = 0.95600 V / DPM03 = 1.01200 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0D4 = 106810FC [VDDGFX DPM04 = 1.05000 V / DPM05 = 1.08700 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0D8 = 11781240 [VDDGFX DPM06 = 1.11800 V / DPM07 = 1.16800 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0DC = 00000000 [VDDGFX DPM08 = 0.00000 V / DPM09 = 0.00000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0E0 = 00000000 [VDDGFX DPM10 = 0.00000 V / DPM11 = 0.00000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0E4 = 00000000 [VDDGFX DPM12 = 0.00000 V / DPM13 = 0.00000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0E8 = 00000000 [VDDGFX DPM14 = 0.00000 V / DPM15 = 0.00000 V]
[ ADL GPU Info ]

Part Number = 113-2E30810-O4H
BIOS Version = 015.047.000.012
BIOS Date = 2015/07/29 02:08
Memory Type = GDDR5
GPU Clock = 1002 MHz
Memory Clock = 1500 MHz
VDDC = 0 mV
DPM State = 0
GPU Usage = 7 %

[ ADL PStates List ]

State #0: GPUClock = 300 MHz, MemClock = 150 MHz, VID = 0.000 V
State #1: GPUClock = 985 MHz, MemClock = 1450 MHz, VID = 0.000 V

[ GPU PStates List ]

DPM0: GPUClock = 300 MHz, VID = 0.90000 V
DPM1: GPUClock = 473 MHz, VID = 0.92500 V
DPM2: GPUClock = 827 MHz, VID = 0.98700 V
DPM3: GPUClock = 920 MHz, VID = 1.09300 V
DPM4: GPUClock = 966 MHz, VID = 1.11800 V
DPM5: GPUClock = 1002 MHz, VID = 1.11800 V
DPM6: GPUClock = 1041 MHz, VID = 1.11800 V
DPM7: GPUClock = 1100 MHz, VID = 1.11800 V
At “ADL GPU Info” GPU Clock is 1002 MHz It may be causing the problem. I don’t have constant mhz with ClockBloker in games, even if I put PL to +45. But if I put PL to +45 I have constant mhz at furmark.

If I put the same all trixx OC mhzs at the powerplay table (I’m not flashing GPU, I put it at registry at PP_PhmSoftPowerPlayTable). I have an automatic increase of the voltages: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0AC = 0E100E74 [VDDC DPM00 = 0.90000 V / DPM01 = 0.92500 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0B0 = 0F3C0FA0 [VDDC DPM02 = 0.97500 V / DPM03 = 1.00000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0B4 = 10041068 [VDDC DPM04 = 1.02500 V / DPM05 = 1.05000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0B8 = 10CC1130 [VDDC DPM06 = 1.07500 V / DPM07 = 1.10000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0BC = 119411F8 [VDDC DPM08 = 1.12500 V / DPM09 = 1.15000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0C0 = 1228125C [VDDC DPM10 = 1.16200 V / DPM11 = 1.17500 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0C4 = 12C00000 [VDDC DPM12 = 1.20000 V / DPM13 = 0.00000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0C8 = 00000000 [VDDC DPM14 = 0.00000 V / DPM15 = 0.00000 V]

ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0CC = 0E100ED8 [VDDGFX DPM00 = 0.90000 V / DPM01 = 0.95000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0D0 = 10681130 [VDDGFX DPM02 = 1.05000 V / DPM03 = 1.10000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0D4 = 11F8128C [VDDGFX DPM04 = 1.15000 V / DPM05 = 1.18700 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0D8 = 13241324 [VDDGFX DPM06 = 1.22500 V / DPM07 = 1.22500 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0DC = 00000000 [VDDGFX DPM08 = 0.00000 V / DPM09 = 0.00000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0E0 = 00000000 [VDDGFX DPM10 = 0.00000 V / DPM11 = 0.00000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0E4 = 00000000 [VDDGFX DPM12 = 0.00000 V / DPM13 = 0.00000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0E8 = 00000000 [VDDGFX DPM14 = 0.00000 V / DPM15 = 0.00000 V]

[ ADL GPU Info ]

Part Number = 113-2E30810-O4H
BIOS Version = 015.047.000.012
BIOS Date = 2015/07/29 02:08
Memory Type = GDDR5
GPU Clock = 1100 MHz
Memory Clock = 1500 MHz
VDDC = 0 mV
DPM State = 0
GPU Usage = 10 %

[ ADL PStates List ]

State #0: GPUClock = 300 MHz, MemClock = 150 MHz, VID = 0.000 V
State #1: GPUClock = 1100 MHz, MemClock = 1500 MHz, VID = 0.000 V

[ GPU PStates List ]

DPM0: GPUClock = 300 MHz, VID = 0.90000 V
DPM1: GPUClock = 473 MHz, VID = 0.92500 V
DPM2: GPUClock = 872 MHz, VID = 1.02500 V
DPM3: GPUClock = 920 MHz, VID = 1.07500 V
DPM4: GPUClock = 966 MHz, VID = 1.12500 V
DPM5: GPUClock = 1002 MHz, VID = 1.16200 V
DPM6: GPUClock = 1041 MHz, VID = 1.20000 V
DPM7: GPUClock = 1100 MHz, VID = 1.17500 V
At “ADL GPU Info” GPU Clock is 1100 MHz And I have constant mhz with ClockBloker in games. But I have to put PL to +40% to have constant mhz in furmark.

EDITED:

Well... I see a mistake at the second aida’s dump, "DPM6: GPUClock = 1041 MHz, VID = 1.20000 V; DPM7: GPUClock = 1100 MHz, VID = 1.17500 V" DPM6 voltage is higer than DPM7 voltaje. But it can be solved adding 1100 mzh at the last two higer clocks, and now you have 7 clocks, but diferent voltages: " DPM5: GPUClock = 1002 MHz, VID = 1.16200 V; DPM6: GPUClock = 1100 MHz, VID = 1.20000 V. As you can see in this aida’s dump:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0AC = 0E100E74 [VDDC DPM00 = 0.90000 V / DPM01 = 0.92500 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0B0 = 0F3C0FA0 [VDDC DPM02 = 0.97500 V / DPM03 = 1.00000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0B4 = 10041068 [VDDC DPM04 = 1.02500 V / DPM05 = 1.05000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0B8 = 10CC1130 [VDDC DPM06 = 1.07500 V / DPM07 = 1.10000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0BC = 119411F8 [VDDC DPM08 = 1.12500 V / DPM09 = 1.15000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0C0 = 1228125C [VDDC DPM10 = 1.16200 V / DPM11 = 1.17500 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0C4 = 12C00000 [VDDC DPM12 = 1.20000 V / DPM13 = 0.00000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0C8 = 00000000 [VDDC DPM14 = 0.00000 V / DPM15 = 0.00000 V]

ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0CC = 0E100ED8 [VDDGFX DPM00 = 0.90000 V / DPM01 = 0.95000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0D0 = 10681130 [VDDGFX DPM02 = 1.05000 V / DPM03 = 1.10000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0D4 = 11F8128C [VDDGFX DPM04 = 1.15000 V / DPM05 = 1.18700 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0D8 = 13241324 [VDDGFX DPM06 = 1.22500 V / DPM07 = 1.22500 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0DC = 00000000 [VDDGFX DPM08 = 0.00000 V / DPM09 = 0.00000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0E0 = 00000000 [VDDGFX DPM10 = 0.00000 V / DPM11 = 0.00000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0E4 = 00000000 [VDDGFX DPM12 = 0.00000 V / DPM13 = 0.00000 V]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F0E8 = 00000000 [VDDGFX DPM14 = 0.00000 V / DPM15 = 0.00000 V]

ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F17C = 00007530 [SCLK DPM0 / SclkFreq = 300 MHz]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F180 = 0003001E
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F184 = 100F4710 [SCLK DPM0 / CgSpllFuncCntl3]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F188 = 00000287 [SCLK DPM0 / CgSpllFuncCntl4]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F18C = 00001C21 [SCLK DPM0 / SpllSpreadSpectrum]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F190 = 000000B1 [SCLK DPM0 / SpllSpreadSpectrum2]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F194 = 00000000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F198 = 00000000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F19C = 16000001 [SCLK DPM0 / SclkDid = 22]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F1A0 = 1E000000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F1A4 = 01000101
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F1A8 = 0000B8C4 [SCLK DPM1 / SclkFreq = 473 MHz]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F1AC = 0104001E
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F1B0 = 100F5420 [SCLK DPM1 / CgSpllFuncCntl3]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F1B4 = 00000287 [SCLK DPM1 / CgSpllFuncCntl4]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F1B8 = 00001C21 [SCLK DPM1 / SpllSpreadSpectrum]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F1BC = 000000B2 [SCLK DPM1 / SpllSpreadSpectrum2]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F1C0 = 00000000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F1C4 = 00000000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F1C8 = 0E000001 [SCLK DPM1 / SclkDid = 14]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F1CC = 1E000000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F1D0 = 04000201
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F1D4 = 000154A0 [SCLK DPM2 / SclkFreq = 872 MHz]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F1D8 = 0100001E
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F1DC = 101838E0 [SCLK DPM2 / CgSpllFuncCntl3]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F1E0 = 00000287 [SCLK DPM2 / CgSpllFuncCntl4]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F1E4 = 00001C21 [SCLK DPM2 / SpllSpreadSpectrum]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F1E8 = 0000011A [SCLK DPM2 / SpllSpreadSpectrum2]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F1EC = 00000000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F1F0 = 00000000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F1F4 = 0C000001 [SCLK DPM2 / SclkDid = 12]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F1F8 = 1E000000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F1FC = 06010301
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F200 = 00016760 [SCLK DPM3 / SclkFreq = 920 MHz]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F204 = 0100001E
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F208 = 10110970 [SCLK DPM3 / CgSpllFuncCntl3]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F20C = 00000287 [SCLK DPM3 / CgSpllFuncCntl4]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F210 = 00001C21 [SCLK DPM3 / SpllSpreadSpectrum]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F214 = 000000C6 [SCLK DPM3 / SpllSpreadSpectrum2]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F218 = 00000000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F21C = 00000000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F220 = 08000001 [SCLK DPM3 / SclkDid = 8]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F224 = 1E000000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F228 = 08010401
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F22C = 00017958 [SCLK DPM4 / SclkFreq = 966 MHz]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F230 = 0100001E
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F234 = 1011E380 [SCLK DPM4 / CgSpllFuncCntl3]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F238 = 00000287 [SCLK DPM4 / CgSpllFuncCntl4]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F23C = 00001C21 [SCLK DPM4 / SpllSpreadSpectrum]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F240 = 000000D0 [SCLK DPM4 / SpllSpreadSpectrum2]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F244 = 00000000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F248 = 00000000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F24C = 08000001 [SCLK DPM4 / SclkDid = 8]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F250 = 1E000000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F254 = 0A020501
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F258 = 00018768 [SCLK DPM5 / SclkFreq = 1002 MHz]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F25C = 0100001E
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F260 = 10128E30 [SCLK DPM5 / CgSpllFuncCntl3]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F264 = 00000287 [SCLK DPM5 / CgSpllFuncCntl4]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F268 = 00001C21 [SCLK DPM5 / SpllSpreadSpectrum]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F26C = 000000D8 [SCLK DPM5 / SpllSpreadSpectrum2]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F270 = 00000000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F274 = 00000000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F278 = 08000001 [SCLK DPM5 / SclkDid = 8]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F27C = 1E000000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F280 = 0C030601
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F284 = 0001ADB0 [SCLK DPM6 / SclkFreq = 1100 MHz]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F288 = 0100001E
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F28C = 10145ED0 [SCLK DPM6 / CgSpllFuncCntl3]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F290 = 00000287 [SCLK DPM6 / CgSpllFuncCntl4]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F294 = 00001C21 [SCLK DPM6 / SpllSpreadSpectrum]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F298 = 000000ED [SCLK DPM6 / SpllSpreadSpectrum2]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F29C = 00000000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F2A0 = 00000000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F2A4 = 08010101 [SCLK DPM6 / SclkDid = 8]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F2A8 = 1E000000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F2AC = 00000000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F2B0 = 00000000 [SCLK DPM7 / SclkFreq = 0 MHz]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F2B4 = 00000000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F2B8 = 00000000 [SCLK DPM7 / CgSpllFuncCntl3]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F2BC = 00000000 [SCLK DPM7 / CgSpllFuncCntl4]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F2C0 = 00000000 [SCLK DPM7 / SpllSpreadSpectrum]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F2C4 = 00000000 [SCLK DPM7 / SpllSpreadSpectrum2]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F2C8 = 00000000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F2CC = 00000000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F2D0 = 00000000 [SCLK DPM7 / SclkDid = 0]

ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F320 = 00003A98 [MCLK DPM0 / MclkFreq = 150 MHz]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F324 = 00000001
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F328 = 01020100
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F32C = 00640000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F330 = 001F0000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F334 = C4180800
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F338 = 005871C1
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F33C = 00092004
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F340 = 00000002
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F344 = 00000012
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F348 = 010000C3
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F34C = 002581F4
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F350 = 0000009E
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F354 = 000001C2
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F358 = 00000001
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F35C = 00000000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F360 = 00007530 [MCLK DPM1 / MclkFreq = 300 MHz]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F364 = 00000001
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F368 = 01080100
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F36C = 00640000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F370 = 000A0000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F374 = C4180800
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F378 = 005871C1
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F37C = 00092004
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F380 = 00000001
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F384 = 00000011
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F388 = 010003C8
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F38C = 002581F4
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F390 = 0000009E
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F394 = 000001C2
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F398 = 00020001
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F39C = 00000000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F3A0 = 000119A4 [MCLK DPM2 / MclkFreq = 721 MHz]
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F3A4 = 01010000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F3A8 = 00020100
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F3AC = 00640000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F3B0 = 000A0000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F3B4 = C2280800
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F3B8 = 006A6840
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F3BC = 00092004
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F3C0 = 00000001
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F3C4 = 00000001
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F3C8 = 010000CF
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F3CC = 002581F4
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F3D0 = 000000BF
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F3D4 = 000001C2
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F3D8 = 02030001
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F3DC = 00000000
ati-GCKSMCIND-0003F3E0 = 000249F0 [MCLK DPM3 / MclkFreq = 1500 MHz]

[ ADL GPU Info ]

Part Number = 113-2E30810-O4H
BIOS Version = 015.047.000.012
BIOS Date = 2015/07/29 02:08
Memory Type = GDDR5
GPU Clock = 1100 MHz
Memory Clock = 1500 MHz
VDDC = 0 mV
DPM State = 0
GPU Usage = 28 %

[ ADL PStates List ]

State #0: GPUClock = 300 MHz, MemClock = 150 MHz, VID = 0.000 V
State #1: GPUClock = 1100 MHz, MemClock = 1500 MHz, VID = 0.000 V

[ GPU PStates List ]

DPM0: GPUClock = 300 MHz, VID = 0.90000 V
DPM1: GPUClock = 473 MHz, VID = 0.92500 V
DPM2: GPUClock = 872 MHz, VID = 1.02500 V
DPM3: GPUClock = 920 MHz, VID = 1.07500 V
DPM4: GPUClock = 966 MHz, VID = 1.12500 V
DPM5: GPUClock = 1002 MHz, VID = 1.16200 V
DPM6: GPUClock = 1100 MHz, VID = 1.20000 V

Edited: I have to put +20LP and clockblocker to achieve stable clocks in games. Edited: I have done more tests and I only have to put +5LP and clockblocker to achieve stable clocks in games.

Edited:

In benchmarks:
Firestrike with +5 PL. I don't have stable clolcks: http://www.3dmark.com/fs/7429848

Firestrike with +45 PL. I have stable clocks without needing clockbloker. But I had a driver crash at the end of the test: http://www.3dmark.com/fs/7429917

It is the Top score with an i5 2300: http://www.3dmark.com/search#/?mode=advanced&url=/proxycon/ajax/search/cpugpu/fs/P/1195/1037/500000?minScore=0&cpuName=Intel%20Core%20i5-2300%20Processor&gpuName=AMD%20Radeon%20R9%20380

EDITED Ok I have the solution, you only have to enable in Afterburner the option "unofficial overclocking mode with PowerPlay support", like is said here: http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=404465&page=10, and I have the clock bloked, with + 5PL, and an automatically increased voltage to 1.206v.
Edited by mynm - 2/6/16 at 10:59am
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That was confusing.

But still, does this help in a way to have more of a constant voltage, doesn't seem that way?

As your weird clocks.
Remember that the overclocking is messed up most of the time.
If i overclock by default it's like, i have the stock 985mhz, then if i overclock in Overdrive to 10%+, then the clock will be at like 960mhz, which doesn't even make any sense.

Only way for me to get correct clocks are with MSI Afterburner unofficial overclock or bios flash.

You might wana look at MSI Afterburner just for the heck of testing it.

As for PL, i find it a bit weird you need that high of a PL, but for furmark i can kinda get it cause it's a special case.
Though the other issues i probably would try to do the other overclock just to see if that may be the case.
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Originally Posted by zerowalker View Post

That was confusing.

But still, does this help in a way to have more of a constant voltage, doesn't seem that way?

As your weird clocks.
Remember that the overclocking is messed up most of the time.
If i overclock by default it's like, i have the stock 985mhz, then if i overclock in Overdrive to 10%+, then the clock will be at like 960mhz, which doesn't even make any sense.

Only way for me to get correct clocks are with MSI Afterburner unofficial overclock or bios flash.

You might wana look at MSI Afterburner just for the heck of testing it.

As for PL, i find it a bit weird you need that high of a PL, but for furmark i can kinda get it cause it's a special case.
Though the other issues i probably would try to do the other overclock just to see if that may be the case.

Yes it`s strange but it works. I don't know how to have constant voltages. That weird clocks are the trixx automaticaly used OC clocks. Your problem could be caused be using Overdrive.

The weird and high PL at Furmark may be caused because Furmark consumes many watts, in a 380x review the max power consumition of 227W is in Furmark: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/R9_380X_Strix/21.html, but I think maybe these gpu has an unloked TDP bios.

I don't know if it's a special case or all gpus have the same behavior.
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