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is power saving disabled in drivers? also dont undervolt if you OC
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Let us know how your new card performs ! Good luck thumb.gif
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is power saving disabled in drivers? also dont undervolt if you OC

Yep power saving has been disabled for all my tests. This downclocking happens even in 15.11.1 Catalyst.
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Let us know how yo:mad:ur new card performs ! Good luck thumb.gif

Will do, thanks!
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Great advice on undervolting gpu and lowering the power limit. That has seemed to work great for me so far. Temps were already pretty low since fury x's are water cooled, but theyve gone even lower.

If you dont want to use clockblocker you could probably mod your bios to have a higher temp target or something along those lines
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Yep, once I get the replacement card, I do plan on testing max guns blazing OC performance vs. undervolted stock performance. If the undervolted performance is acceptable to me (even with a mild OC), I'll go with that due to the extreme power savings.

The reason I returned this first card is because of its inability to maintain 1050 clock out of the box. I will update once the replacement comes in.
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All right, here's an update. Oddly, the RMA didn't go through because Fedex had some weird issue scanning the shipping label. They ended up returning it to my door, but thank god they did! Apparently, Newegg was out of stock and would've simply refunded me my very low price that I got on this instead of replacing it, forcing me to sale hunt the next time around.

I kept the same card and instead undervolted it. At a simple -12 mV and +50% power limit, the card holds 1125/550 rock solid, and I'm very happy with it!
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Yep power saving has been disabled for all my tests. This downclocking happens even in 15.11.1 Catalyst.
Will do, thanks!

ULPS disabled in registry as well? Because that matters and needs to be done now. AB can no longer fully disable ULPS in Crimson. And clockblocker has already been said but a second endorsement cant hurt
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Yup done DDU and install of 16.7.3. I had tried with +50% power limit with the logo lit up (which I guess is the higher tdp bios).same result then too, unfortunately. Rest of system is i5 2500k @4.5ghz, 1000w PSU, win 10.

Just curious, what is the make/model of that psu. Unfortunately wattage is not the whole picture. I've seen "800w" psu's perform worse than decent 300w ones, especially as far as clean stable power to the gpu goes.
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ULPS disabled in registry as well? Because that matters and needs to be done now. AB can no longer fully disable ULPS in Crimson. And clockblocker has already been said but a second endorsement cant hurt

Yeah, ULPS disabled in registry using RadeonMod (verified registry manually as well). Clockblocker is also active smile.gif

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Just curious, what is the make/model of that psu. Unfortunately wattage is not the whole picture. I've seen "800w" psu's perform worse than decent 300w ones, especially as far as clean stable power to the gpu goes.

Corsair RM1000x 1000W Gold PSU It's not gonna hold anything back. smile.gif It was happily powering 2x R9 290s before I switched to a single Fury.
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Yeah, ULPS disabled in registry using RadeonMod (verified registry manually as well). Clockblocker is also active smile.gif
Corsair RM1000x 1000W Gold PSU It's not gonna hold anything back. smile.gif It was happily powering 2x R9 290s before I switched to a single Fury.

Ok cool, thanks for confirming. I ask because I've seen plenty of cases of 600w+ rated psu's dying with loads under 200w.
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