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HD5850 Furmark Stability Temps

Discussion in 'AMD / ATI' started by SonDa5, Oct 21, 2009.

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    Install GPU-Z and Furmark and run a small window of Furmark for about 20 minutes if possible to see how over clocking effects stability and temperatures of HD5850.

    Post some screen shots of your results. I'll have something to share soon.
     
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    Looking solid. :rockout:

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    Fan speed 100? you got to be kidding me. That sure needs some MX-3 + decent mod.. ;P

    Although that Q9550 is impressive have to admit. How the hell did you even get it to FSB509 with those multipliers.
     
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    :rockout:

    The stock cooler work fairly well. Yeah it's loud at 100% but the OC game play is awesome. Just have to turn up the volume.

    Themarl paste upgrade might help.
     
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    Tweaked it in the BiOS.
     
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    did u try and push it a little further, was the ambient temperature at that time?
     
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    Not sure what the ambient temperatur was. It's cool. Probably in the low 70s farenheit.


    Could do 1075/1300 Vantage benchmark. Can game stable no problem at 1025/1225. Just have to keep the fan max for safety.
     
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    furmark is pointless even AMD said it was a power virus
     
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    It works for me. Just for tuning.
    It's not a game.
     
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    Brave Soul which ATI driver is that with?

    I have heard the ATI 9.10 is good for Vantage.

    Very nice score and clocks on GPU.
     
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    Nice temps even at 100% fan, I'm loving MSI afterburners user defined fan speed ramping up curve thing, Now I have the best of both worlds.

    Most gaming the fan is between 43-45% and GPU hovering around 55 degrees at 950mhz stock voltage, fan is set at 35% until 45 degrees, then it curves up to be at 80% at 80 degrees.

    These new chips are built for speed when kept cool IMO, I just wish it had the hynix memory that clocks like 5770's do....
     
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    Tell that to the bench addicts.:laugh:
     
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    Based on HD5770 owners message board discussion the speed increases on the HD5770 RAM doesn't seem to scale well on benchmarking or performance. Maby it's the drivers or a hardware issue with a MB. Not sure.
     
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    Well I'm glad I have a 58 anyway ahahhaha, And I take it you are too :toast:
     
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    The HD5850 is quite the young stud right now. :pimp:
     
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    Sexy in black huh :cool: I just need to attack mine with taht tube of AS5 I got for it already....
     

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