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Take in mind the VRM of the Powercolor are very very weak, high power draw can destroy the GPU.-

Yeah I have read about that, and will not be running furmark...not that I ever do. I am really thinking to just stop where I am for my daily use. If I should use it for benchmark "contest" I might just push it just for that. I really do not think I will see any real life gains in the games I play by pusing for a higher daily stable overclock. IE last night just testing I can get my core to 1500 but then I need +132 core voltage so a huge jump in voltage needed.
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Yeah I have read about that, and will not be running furmark...not that I ever do. I am really thinking to just stop where I am for my daily use. If I should use it for benchmark "contest" I might just push it just for that. I really do not think I will see any real life gains in the games I play by pusing for a higher daily stable overclock. IE last night just testing I can get my core to 1500 but then I need +132 core voltage so a huge jump in voltage needed.

1.259v for 1450 mhz it's a good point you can control de VRM temps with water, but try to check in real FPS how much you have between 1330 and 1450 mhz in FPS gain not firestrike points, for example a Rise of Tomb Raider benchmark.-
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but try to check in real FPS how much you have between 1330 and 1450 mhz in FPS gain not firestrike points
seconded.
gta V, deus ex. both also good testers
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1.259v for 1450 mhz it's a good point you can control de VRM temps with water, but try to check in real FPS how much you have between 1330 and 1450 mhz in FPS gain not firestrike points, for example a Rise of Tomb Raider benchmark.-
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seconded.
gta V, deus ex. both also good testers

Hmm true, as I have only used just the firestrike FPS as the basis since I own it. I have never wanted to buy a game just for the benchmark. biggrin.gif

And God the RX 480 is such a different beast in overclocking then the Hawaii cards I have had, at least in my opinion.
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Hmm true, as I have only used just the firestrike FPS as the basis since I own it. I have never wanted to buy a game just for the benchmark. biggrin.gif

And God the RX 480 is such a different beast in overclocking then the Hawaii cards I have had, at least in my opinion.

I see, well if you test 1330 mhz how much "Graphic Score" you get in Firestrike in Test 1 and 2 ? with 1450 mhz you get 67 and 57 FPS
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1.259v for 1450 mhz it's a good point you can control de VRM temps with water, but try to check in real FPS how much you have between 1330 and 1450 mhz in FPS gain not firestrike points, for example a Rise of Tomb Raider benchmark.-

Firestrike is actually quite accurate in my experience. Real games might mislead you, because some are optimized for Nv, others for AMD. You can't depend on that to reflect accurately what your OC is worth. Unless you have that one or two all-time favorite games, and you plan to play only them for 3 years straight - then by all means, do the tests with those games.
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Firestrike is actually quite accurate in my experience. Real games might mislead you, because some are optimized for Nv, others for AMD. You can't depend on that to reflect accurately what your OC is worth. Unless you have that one or two all-time favorite games, and you plan to play only them for 3 years straight - then by all means, do the tests with those games.

Yes that a good point, I know in practice in the same system you will see a difference using overclock removing the final optimization (Nvidia or AMD) but I want to see the difference for example like you say in Firestrike in the same system in FPS with 1330 mhz and check the real gain of FPS with 120 mhz more (1450 mhz).-
He have a good CPU, water cooler, so the temps, power draws, bottle necks, will not exist - And it's a good reference.-
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I see, well if you test 1330 mhz how much "Graphic Score" you get in Firestrike in Test 1 and 2 ? with 1450 mhz you get 67 and 57 FPS
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Yes that a good point, I know in practice in the same system you will see a difference but I want to see the difference for example in Firestrike in the same system in FPS with 1330 mhz and check the real gain of FPS with 120 mhz more.-

Okay here was my baseline from yesterday at stock settings no mods other then the 2000 memory strap changed to the 1750.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/17440699

Here is my last run with the overclock and all the other changes.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/17441145

I get a few more FPS.
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why is it on par with a "gaming laptops" performance?

firestrike is bretty bad if it thinks a mobile gpu from last year can compare with a desktop.

meh, i really just don't like it because i have no reference for irl performance from it.
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Okay here was my baseline from yesterday at stock settings no mods other then the 2000 memory strap changed to the 1750.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/17440699

Here is my last run with the overclock and all the other changes.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/17441145

I get a few more FPS.

I see, so from 1330 mhz to 1450 mhz you have a gain of 5 fps, and 4 FPS - The last test If it's possibly its set the video card in 1266 mhz it's the "reference" clock, probably, by my theory we are going to see a big jump in FPS from 1266 to 1330 mhz something like 10 or 12 fps, and the more than 1330 mhz just 5 or 4 fps like we see now.-
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why is it on par with a "gaming laptops" performance?

firestrike is bretty bad if it thinks a mobile gpu from last year can compare with a desktop.

It's relative its a database, the stress it's very good.-
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