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toastfacegrillah

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About toastfacegrillah

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    Member
  • Birthday 1989-05-10

System

  • CPU
    i7 3820 3.6GHZ @ 4.5GHZ w H60SE Water Loop
  • Motherboard
    ASUS P9X79 PRO
  • RAM
    16GB DDR3 2400MHZ HyperX Kingston H20
  • GPU
    ASUS STRIX R9 390X @ 1250MHz
  • Case
    Corsair
  • Storage
    2 x 250GB 850 EVO RAID 0
  • PSU
    Thermaltake Litepower 650w
  • Display(s)
    Samsung SyncMaster SA950 @ 138hz (+18hz OC FTW)
  • Cooling
    Corsair H60SE Water Loop + 6 Low RPM Case Fans
  • Keyboard
    CMSTORM
  • Mouse
    CMSTORM
  • Sound
    Logitech 5.1
  • Operating System
    Win 10 Pro 64bit

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  1. My RX580 Sapphire Nitro+ with Custom VBIOS, can still squeeze a bit more out of the core, still working on it. 100% stable at these core/mem/voltage values, I have managed a hefty memory overclock with custom timing straps. This result is apparently number 8 for RX580's on 3dmark benchmarks. I have hit a 2750 Superposition score before but it was not really stable or consistent, so I dont really count it. GPU: Sapphire Nitro+ RX580 Core: 1480Mhz Mem: 2350 + Custom Timings Max Temp: 65C w Custom Fan Curve I will bench this card again on one of my better systems to see if i can squeeze a few more fps out and when I have more time.
  2. Hmm def not mobo then, could be something to do with the polyfuses (or whatever the PSU equivalent is) needing time to reset once OCP or a short is caused by the fault.
  3. I had a similar issue with ASUS Anti Surge being over sensitive and would not allow me to reboot without doing this PSU resting. Your BIOS update may have had some change made to the Anti Surge. I'm now having a similar issue on my Asrock board, and i'm using high quality Corsair HX1000i PSU's.
  4. @jonnyGURU Ok I switched it to Single rail mode, shut down windows, booted to SMOS on USB also added -gser 3 to Claymore 10.4, unfortunately still no dice, shut down in the same point. Testing Windows 10 again now with the Single rail mode.
  5. Ahh i see, I was looking for an option to switch off the OCP but couldnt find it, so switching it to single rail mode is what does it? I'm not sure how I would do that for using Linux SMOS, does the corsair link software actually change the hardware state permanently to single rail? Or only when the Windows OS Boots? EDIT: @jonnyGURU Actually I just stumbled upon a post that said it is saved to the PSU, then i read who wrote it.... and it's you again on another forum haha.
  6. It reports "Event ID 41" which from memory is just powered off without clean shutdown. I was giving Simple Mining OS a go yesterday for performance comparison, and funnily enough it recreates the problem, but this time at the exact same point of Claymore loading, when the DAG Buffer is being created on the GPU's it cuts out every single time, in Windows 10 version of Claymore it passes this part no problem, and has never cut out there. My undervolt/overclock is very stable and has never reported an error or crashed yet, I tried putting everything back to stock clocks and it also did the same thing. EDIT: I've just found this option in claymore which may alleviate the power spike, -lidag low intensity mode for DAG generation, it can help with OC or weak PSU. Supported values are 0, 1, 2, 3, more value means lower intensity. Example: "-lidag 1".
  7. @Stefan Payne I switched them all to PCI-e but unfortunately that has not resolved the issue
  8. @Stefan PayneHmm not that I didn't believe you, I just had my 4 working rigs here, all with cold cables, so I did not have a reason to think otherwise, maybe I have just been lucky. I'll try switching them over to PCI-e and see how I go, appreciate the suggestion.
  9. @Stefan Payne I have those risers running flawlessly on 4 other rigs, using Server PSU's, since these cards are under-volted to 100 - 110w the cables are not warm to the touch.
  10. They are all connected 6pin to SATA, with 2 risers only running off each modular rail @Stefan Payne
  11. Hi all, I Have a Corsair HX1000i PSU running 5 GPU's 24/7 and it's pulling 850w, Temps are fine at 37 - 40 Degrees Celsius on the PSU (Corsair Link) It randomly switches off entirely with no patterns or anything, could be running 10 minutes or 30 hours and it will just randomly switch off, I then have to leave the Hardware switch in the off position for a few minutes, then flick it back and it will boot right back up no problem. Hardware: Ryzen 1200 @ stock clock 5 x MSI Gaming X RX580 @ 110w each AsRock AB350 Pro4 Mobo Crucial DDR4 2400 4GB RAM Using 4 PCI-E Risers. Corsair HX1000i PSU SanDisk 256gb SSD Variables: All risers have been checked and replaced. Powerboard is not tripping or no circuit breakers are switching. Temperatures of the PSU are fine even added cooling. Open aired system with large 12" fan blowing over it all There is a board under the Motherboard to stop contact with metal frame (powder coated and non conductive anyway AFAIK) Circuit protection features of the motherboard have been switched off GPU temps all stable under 70 Degrees C (Although it's 42 Degrees C in South Australia atm) CPU temp never above 50 Degrees C Slightly older pic, only running 5 cards now and large 12" fan added at the rear Any Ideas or help would be much appreciated! Cheers, Toast ~
  12. I'll have a look and see if I still have them, I ended up water cooling it with a homemade loop made from an old air conditioner
  13. Yeah that all sounds spot on to what I experienced ^ however I just remembered I didnt change the DAC power (It's USB power) it was my 5 Channel Mixers power pack, but same same result I actually had a little bit of both, the 50Hz hum was eliminated entirely by changing boards. However I still experience a very dim buzz but thats probably due to the insane amount of wiring bunched up on my 22 plugs running off 1 outlet (100 year old house)
  14. It fixed my issue, I had my DAC's power supply on the same powerboard as my PC, Changed boards and eliminated it completely.
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