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post #431 of 1097
well , do we call overclocking increasing power to 125%? , i flashed the bios f3 again and it seems more ok now. the picture you provided kind of reflects my problem , kind of a pikey polygon , either black or white smile.gif
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haha I guess so? More than what it came out of the box with I guess wink.gif Both the BIOS are the same in term of power if you max out the slider. If you aren't touching the power limit, the F3 has a higher default power limit so it is 'more clocked' than F4. I think that's how it works?
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So, am I the ONLY one who got an Aorus who can start a run at 2100, and game at 2050+ down from there(2100) for hours and stay at 60c or less and not ever crash? How is my regular Aorus doing that and all your extremes and regulars are crashing all over the place? Here are my super stable settings' gpu-z readout.




I guess I won't really be recommending these with all these problems despite my good experience with it. Seems EVGA/Asus are the way to go.

You are lucky. I received an Extreme and it does not run stable even stock (gaming mode, 100% PT). Firestrike almost crashes instantly.
I wonder if the new F4 BIOS fixes this issue as some poeple are telling so.
post #434 of 1097
I returned mine as would not keep advertised OC clocks without crashing. Got an msi gaming x. Seems like a good card and at least I can reach 2000 MHz without crashing. At least I can sell this one in the future, gigabyte did not keep its advertised clocks so not a good reseller option.
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You are lucky. I received an Extreme and it does not run stable even stock (gaming mode, 100% PT). Firestrike almost crashes instantly.
I wonder if the new F4 BIOS fixes this issue as some poeple are telling so.

That sucks frown.gif You should definitely try the new BIOS version since you are having problems. What are your temps doing when it crashes? Wonder if a lot of issues are the bad paste job or if it really is poorly binned chips :|

My mate bought an MSI and it seems to be pretty good. Mine seems to clock higher than his but I dont think that is enough to say one is better than the other. Silicon lottery I guess. Where GB is shooting themselves is the inability to run stock without crashing. I can understand not overclocking but how they got through their QA process whilst crashing at stock is beyond me frown.gif
Edited by Douse - 4/26/17 at 4:41am
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Temps are low since it crashes quite early (a bit under 70 C).
post #437 of 1097
Damn. would you say it jumps up quickly to 70c or does it slowly reach that temp. For example running supo at 4k, mine doesn't jump up quickly. It kinda gradually builds up to 70 if that... Maybe gets 2/3 of the way through before reaching it.

If it is quickly spiking I would say you have a shoddy paste job...

Tried running the fans at 100% to see if it helps?
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It does not jump, it is going relatively steady. For example in W3 it would stop @ around 75C. W3 is running quite a bit hotter (and longer), sometimes firestrike does not even start an crashes instantly.
Thus I don't think it is the paste.
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I returned mine as would not keep advertised OC clocks without crashing. Got an msi gaming x. Seems like a good card and at least I can reach 2000 MHz without crashing. At least I can sell this one in the future, gigabyte did not keep its advertised clocks so not a good reseller option.

Advertised clocks are somewhere in the 1600MHz not 2k. You can now go cry in the MSi thread see ya!
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speaking of voltage , i applied voltage +50 or +100 , in the monitoring it does not seem to affect the voltage in any way , any explanation?its a problem with my card?do i need to do anything else?
in Aorus software i saw the same thing. in Afterburner it works.
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