hd 7950

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by rafaapm, Jun 24, 2015.

  1. Romulus_ut3

    Romulus_ut3 Master Guru

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    Yet, this sucker won't go above 1070 MHz on the core :facepalm:
     
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  2. Demrock

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    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 !!! :)
     
  3. Martin.v.r

    Martin.v.r Active Member

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    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
     
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  4. carsar

    carsar New Member

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    7950 asic 59%.

    1150@1.26v 24\7 oc

    1250@1.3v -for benchs
     

  5. PrMinisterGR

    PrMinisterGR Ancient Guru

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    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 :)
     
  6. rafaapm

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    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
     
  7. rafaapm

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    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
     
  8. Agonist

    Agonist Ancient Guru

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    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
     
  9. lexer98

    lexer98 Master Guru

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    W10 drivers don't have OpenCL
     
  10. Demrock

    Demrock Member

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    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.

    I use:

    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 :)
     

  11. rafaapm

    rafaapm Member

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    I was getting frame drops in gta V with the other drivers :p
    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 :)
     
  12. crazyazz

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    Hi guys,

    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 :(
     
  13. PrMinisterGR

    PrMinisterGR Ancient Guru

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    1.3V is a bit too much for an asic with so low leakage.
     
  14. crazyazz

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    Ok so I should just leave it stock to do you think?
     
  15. joaoameixa88

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    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:
    Gpu clock:925
    Memory: 1250
    VDDC: 1031

    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 :/
     

  16. CalculuS

    CalculuS Ancient Guru

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    Its not possible. They use a 3rd party voltage regulator.

    http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=386180
     
  17. joaoameixa88

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    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 40/50Âșc , everytime i install this trixx this happen and i cant set 2D settings back...
     

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