Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by rafaapm, Jun 24, 2015.
Yet, this sucker won't go above 1070 MHz on the core :facepalm:
yeah i never won the lottery with Asic scores
In some games it wont run my normal highest o.c. tough as it will create artifacts, but for example in the witcher 3 it runs smooth as butter with my highest o.c.
Hope my next gpu gives me a nice asic for once grrr !!!
ref 7970 ASIC 84.5 org vcore is 1.075v mode to 1.2v an 3D mode to 1200/1650
watercooling idel 31c load 40/42c
have been lucky enough to buy a card similar to, as the first same ASIC, and the overcloker similar to the first
7950 asic 59%.
email@example.com 24\7 oc
firstname.lastname@example.org -for benchs
A couple of questions. Which are your drivers exactly? 1040? Or the second batch of the "R300" driver? Have you checked how it performs with the 1040?
Can you be a bit more clear about your Witcher settings for 60 fps? Thanks
thank you Im installing the modified june 8 drivers and Im gonna see if I have improvements... I'm 950/1300 with stock voltage (1.025)
my bios is 015.018 and I see people with 015.025 and bigger :s
I am seeing fps drop to 40 in some areas, I wonder if it is cpu bootleneck
with that modified driver playing movies uses 100% of my videocard, what is not necessary, and opencl tag from gpuz is missing :s please help thanks
When I had my 7950 crossfire, I never checked AISC quality, but on air both cards would do 1150 @ 1.15v.
On water with AIO coolers, they would do 1350 @ 1.3v and 1550 on memory.
They both were Sapphire reference boost 7950
Stock voltage was 1.15
W10 drivers don't have OpenCL
It works best for my system when gaming, not only better fps but what i notice also is that smoothness that i miss in other drivers.
intel 2500k @ 4800mhz
7950 sapphire boost 1150 / 1550 (diffrent o.c. for games btw)
Corsair Vengeance 2x 4gb 1600mhz
Its an old system but its still a good performer in many games @ 1080P
I was getting frame drops in gta V with the other drivers
with those you pointed to me, Im having constant 50fps (locked) I prefer lock to 50 instead of get 50-60fps not constant.
everything in very high and gpu uses 70/75% :banana:
Many thanks.. and nice build you got, not old
I have a MSI 7850 1GB OC and wanted to unlock the voltage, but all the tools I tried dont list the regulator. Anyone able to help? Would like to try it on 1.3V ASIC score is 79.8
wont let me post the link to bios file
1.3V is a bit too much for an asic with so low leakage.
Ok so I should just leave it stock to do you think?
Hi guys, i have a problem, i have Sapphire 7950 dual-x boost, my problem is that i cant set manual voltage in my gpu with MSI afterburner, only can set voltage with sapphire trixx but i dont like this program :S.
When i open Trixx i see that:
So i think my default voltage is 1.03 right?
With msi afterburner i set clocks in 960/1550 and no problems... so i think that gpu support that overclock with "default voltage"
My asic quality is 82%
My question is if has any chance to change voltage using msi afterburner.. because with sapphire trixx i cant set profiles for games :/
Its not possible. They use a 3rd party voltage regulator.
Oh... thanks, im using trixx now but i have a big problem.. i set 1.20voltage, everything is ok at games but now i cant come back to "low voltage" , in the moment that i use trixx for first time my GPU doenst go low voltage like 0.80v with for example 500/800 clocks.. its always 925/1250 clocks with normal voltage and my gpu is always 40/50ºc , everytime i install this trixx this happen and i cant set 2D settings back...