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July 14, 2011, 10:00:53 PM
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Got my Sapphire 5830 Xtreme yesterday and I've been steadily ramping it up to its eventual failure @ 1020mhz core. I've found it's stable at 1010mhz core with memory underclocked to 300mhz. This is all at stock voltage, and frankly I couldn't be happier with what this card turned out to be capable of.

313.5Mh/s @ 1010mhz core 300mhz memory stock voltage -k phatk VECTORS BFI_INT AGGRESSION=12 FASTLOOP=false WORKSIZE=256 (in regards to 128 vs 256, for me at these settings the 256 worksize actually bumps my hash rate 5Mh/s)

UPDATE: My card now steadily cranks out 331Mh/s @ 1025mhz core with 360mhz mem, 1.180 voltage. Updating the phatk kernel is key to maxing out hash rate, going to the current version bumped me up a solid 10Mh/s, not bad for simply updating phatk.

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i've been running mine ~325-330 for close to 24 hours, but i'm lowering it to 1015/300 @ stock voltage since it's running a bit hot. still get 322Mh/s though. Tongue

it's a pretty nice card to overclock.


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July 14, 2011, 10:11:10 PM
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it's a pretty nice card to overclock.

25%+ past stock is not something i get from every gpu!

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July 14, 2011, 10:26:59 PM
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I have one that will hash at 1100MHz with added voltage, which cranked out over 350mhash/s with memory, OS, and software tweaking, but I decided I'd better put it back to it's Furmark-approved 1075MHz @ stock volts after I woke up to discover a crashed computer and several missed pool rounds. I have another one that can barely make it past 950.

It's interesting that they mine so well, since Crysis 2 will destroy these 5870-rejects.

PS. 5830's get the best hash rates at 350-360MHz memory with worksize 256.

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July 14, 2011, 11:22:29 PM
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I got a few of these but haven't been able to get anywhere because of json-rpc.org being down. Arghhh.
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July 15, 2011, 12:01:04 AM
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PS. 5830's get the best hash rates at 350-360MHz memory with worksize 256.

hmm, that's weird, mine performs better at 128.

spewing 342 mh/s @ 1075/300, bumped the voltage to 1.17...not quite stable.
oh well.


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July 15, 2011, 12:13:34 AM
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My only issue so far has been adding voltage - when I move the slider in TRIXX then hit APPLY, all it does is go back to 1163. Are these particular cards locked?

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Got my Sapphire 5830 Xtreme yesterday and I've been steadily ramping it up to its eventual failure @ 1020mhz core. I've found it's stable at 1010mhz core with memory underclocked to 300mhz. This is all at stock voltage, and frankly I couldn't be happier with what this card turned out to be capable of.

313.5Mh/s @ 1010mhz core 300mhz memory stock voltage -k phatk VECTORS BFI_INT AGGRESSION=12 FASTLOOP=false WORKSIZE=256 (in regards to 128 vs 256, for me at these settings the 256 worksize actually bumps my hash rate 5Mh/s)

Whats the card temp and ambient temp?

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Got my Sapphire 5830 Xtreme yesterday and I've been steadily ramping it up to its eventual failure @ 1020mhz core. I've found it's stable at 1010mhz core with memory underclocked to 300mhz. This is all at stock voltage, and frankly I couldn't be happier with what this card turned out to be capable of.

313.5Mh/s @ 1010mhz core 300mhz memory stock voltage -k phatk VECTORS BFI_INT AGGRESSION=12 FASTLOOP=false WORKSIZE=256 (in regards to 128 vs 256, for me at these settings the 256 worksize actually bumps my hash rate 5Mh/s)

Whats the card temp and ambient temp?

Ambient is 30C. Card idles @ 40C, full load @ 70C

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that's pretty good for a 5830. but I got mine to 370 on stock clocks.
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July 15, 2011, 12:39:32 AM
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Just ordered a 6950... can't wait for it to arrive..

Requires enough power to have forced me to buy a new PSU Tongue
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July 15, 2011, 02:46:54 AM
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My only issue so far has been adding voltage - when I move the slider in TRIXX then hit APPLY, all it does is go back to 1163. Are these particular cards locked?

I had the same experience and the impression that they didn't have voltage controller hardware on them. However, after several incidental driver removals and reinstallations, it magically started working! I know it is actually working because a card overvolted and overclocked to new levels will crash pretty quick if you remove its volts. I am using the full Catalyst driver package 11.6 with the included SDK 2.4, and the latest version of Trixx for Sapphire (a new version of Trixx just came out that supports independent overclocking of multiple GPUs too). I would try a complete ATI driver removal and reinstallation - just run the original installation package and pick "remove all ATI drivers".

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July 15, 2011, 08:57:03 AM
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I gotta visit my mining rig tomorrow and try some of these settings. Far too amazing. I think I'm totally underutilizing my mining capabilities. Probably only averaging 240 MH/sec.
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Got my Sapphire 5830 Xtreme yesterday and I've been steadily ramping it up to its eventual failure @ 1020mhz core. I've found it's stable at 1010mhz core with memory underclocked to 300mhz. This is all at stock voltage, and frankly I couldn't be happier with what this card turned out to be capable of.

313.5Mh/s @ 1010mhz core 300mhz memory stock voltage -k phatk VECTORS BFI_INT AGGRESSION=12 FASTLOOP=false WORKSIZE=256 (in regards to 128 vs 256, for me at these settings the 256 worksize actually bumps my hash rate 5Mh/s)

Whats the card temp and ambient temp?

Ambient is 30C. Card idles @ 40C, full load @ 70C

Unless you have your case opened up with a high CFM fan blowing right on your card, or you're water/oilcooled, I call BS on your 70*C full load @ 1010Mhz....

I am not impressed with my Sapphire Xtreme at all when it comes to temps and how loud the fan is even at 70%.  Also, this is my second one.  I returned the first one because I said it ran too hot, but this new one is the same.  I run at 925Mhz and temps run in the low-mid 70's.  And that's with a Coolermaster CM690 case with six 140mm fans running.  If I run at 950Mhz I get 74-77*C but the fan gets too annoying and I'm trying to not kill this card.

My ASUS 5830 DirectCU run MUCH cooler, and the fan is MUCH quieter.  Clocked at 975Mhz, the ASUS runs at 70*C with 60% fan.

I'm currently on the lookout for another ASUS to crossfire instead of the Sapphire Xtreme.  Then I can throw the Saphhire Xtreme in my rig in the basement so I don't have to hear it or worry about temps...

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Got my Sapphire 5830 Xtreme yesterday and I've been steadily ramping it up to its eventual failure @ 1020mhz core. I've found it's stable at 1010mhz core with memory underclocked to 300mhz. This is all at stock voltage, and frankly I couldn't be happier with what this card turned out to be capable of.

313.5Mh/s @ 1010mhz core 300mhz memory stock voltage -k phatk VECTORS BFI_INT AGGRESSION=12 FASTLOOP=false WORKSIZE=256 (in regards to 128 vs 256, for me at these settings the 256 worksize actually bumps my hash rate 5Mh/s)

Whats the card temp and ambient temp?

Ambient is 30C. Card idles @ 40C, full load @ 70C

Unless you have your case opened up with a high CFM fan blowing right on your card, or you're water/oilcooled, I call BS on your 70*C full load @ 1010Mhz....

I am not impressed with my Sapphire Xtreme at all when it comes to temps and how loud the fan is even at 70%.  Also, this is my second one.  I returned the first one because I said it ran too hot, but this new one is the same.  I run at 925Mhz and temps run in the low-mid 70's.  And that's with a Coolermaster CM690 case with six 140mm fans running.  If I run at 950Mhz I get 74-77*C but the fan gets too annoying and I'm trying to not kill this card.

My ASUS 5830 DirectCU run MUCH cooler, and the fan is MUCH quieter.  Clocked at 975Mhz, the ASUS runs at 70*C with 60% fan.

I'm currently on the lookout for another ASUS to crossfire instead of the Sapphire Xtreme.  Then I can throw the Saphhire Xtreme in my rig in the basement so I don't have to hear it or worry about temps...

I do have a room fan blowing at the case, but the case is closed up and the fan is across the room. However, the fan is right infront of the AC duct so its circulating the cold air that way. But yeah, I have the GPU fan stuck at 90% and remember the Xtremes have upgraded HSFs.

The ASUS DirectCU setup looks awesome. If I had my choice of any 5830, it would have been that one hands down.

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Unless you have your case opened up with a high CFM fan blowing right on your card, or you're water/oilcooled, I call BS on your 70*C full load @ 1010Mhz....


I have 5 5830s running in my basement, with no additional "high CFM fans" blowing on them.  All are running at 69-70C @ 1010/250 stock voltage. No cases.  all open.
Ambient in the basement is about 20C.

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I got some on the way Ill post my speeds when mine is built

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I have 5 5830s running in my basement, with no additional "high CFM fans" blowing on them.  All are running at 69-70C @ 1010/250 stock voltage. No cases.  all open.
Ambient in the basement is about 20C.

Parts in bold and underlined was my point.  Not a regular setup.  Myself, I don't set any special conditions to my computers.  They sit in my house in my living areas.  You must have a chilly basement.

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Anyone else having trouble getting 4 over 900? If i move anything past that it freezes the whole system. i have AC blowing directly on the board and cards.

all at full load
gpu1 (Primary) 64c
gpu2 54c
gpu3 50
gpu4 42

SAPPHIRE 100297-2L x4
MSI 890FXA-GD70
COOLMAX RM-1000B 1000W ATX (motherboard and 3 5830s)
ANTEC Neo power 430W (For 8 80mm fans 2.5 HDD and one 5830)
AMD Phenom II X6 1100T
G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1066 (PC3 8500)

any thoughts would be nice.
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Just ordered a 6950... can't wait for it to arrive..

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