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Just a note for you, there is a limit at which over-volting fiji will cause negative performance scaling. For instance at 1150 +67mv I got the peak 3dmark score out of my TriX Fury, any higher on the core voltage and my score would begin to drop even at the same clock speed. I'd recommend you do some thorough testing with unigine/3dmark once you start pushing volts.

* I should read more than the first 5 posts redface.gif, seems someone already brought it up.

Somewhere in the thread the other poster linked, I think there was a means to overcome some of the voltage scaling issue by using a modded bios to raise the stock voltage in the high power state.
Edited by rv8000 - 6/29/16 at 9:03am
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I'll be honest, I was doing a little bit of both. This is my first gaming computer ever so I wanted to learn the ins and outs of overclocking so I felt at least competent at it without ruining anything. However, I was also planning for the 1440p monitor that I would be getting which I now have as of yesterday because I know that the Fury can't exactly max everything out at that resolution. So as stated previously, I was kind of messing around for fun at 1080p AND preparing for the future if that makes any sense!
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@RV8000 gotcha, thank you. I was kind of learning that because I wanted to test the theory so i did a very slow +3-+5mv overvolt increment each time i closed out of valley and I noticed my score dropping fast so i returned it to a safe voltage and left it at that. Haven't had the time to mess with it since but thank you for the heads up. I'll take a look through to see if i can find that modded bios post and try it out.
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