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I think you are missing my point. 560 mem clock causes my card to crash, while 550 is stable. If it was infact always running at 545.5 due to 550 and 560 being nearer to 545.5 than 600, why would it crash?

Well you are still pushing the card for more performance that it can only give in specific increments like 545.. 600 ect.... maybe it puts a strain on some components / adds more voltage or whatever smile.gif its just a theory smile.gif
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Odd, when I set mine to 560 it crashes, 550 is fine though. I wonder if the over volt acts a multiplier of sort due to it only being adjustable at 6mv increments. How does the overclocking tool report the clocks at the set freq when in fact the settings are discrete. Doesn't make much sense to me.

Probably needs some further investigation, but in a way does tally to an extent with what I have seen as I generally do crash when I reach the next discrete step of 600. In regards to the over clocking tool, not really unexpected they do not show the actual values, always find quirks with them and expect this is one of them. I will try to extract more information from said rep as its quiet interesting and did not know about it myself.
     
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Originally Posted by Radox-0 View Post

Not sure if its been mentioned already, but intresting none the less and something I was not really aware about when it comes to OC Fiji chips, comments by a AMD Rep on another forum:

"Fiji’s MCLK overdrives in discrete steps, so while various overclocking tools are increasing in 5Mhz steps the MCLK is actually only able to support 500.00/545.45/600.00/666.66MHz and right now it just rounds to the nearest step. If you are intending to overclock HBM on Fiji, then 545Mhz works well on all four of my Fury X cards. 600MHZ proved a step too far on each card and resulted in instability.

So for all those people setting their MCLK at 570Mhz, it's actually running at 545Mhz"


Interesting IMO.
What's the source for that, if you'd be so kind?
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What's the source for that, if you'd be so kind?

Can I link to other forums? Not too sure of the rules.

If not Google Fiji X owners thread. Its at another forum with a very similar name for this, post on page 233 by an AMD rep
     
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What's the source for that, if you'd be so kind?

Checking the rules, seems fine. Got the info from here: https://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showthread.php?t=18678073&page=233

Page 233 post # 6977 by AMD Representative
     
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Checking the rules, seems fine. Got the info from here: https://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showthread.php?t=18678073&page=233

Page 233 post # 6977 by AMD Representative

That might explain why as soon as I overclock past 630Mhz HBM you instantly get instability. It must be rounding it up to 666.66Mhz. I knew there was a wall there and that must be it. 630Mhz is stable for on both my Fury X while 631 gives instant white spot artifacting.

I also noticed on overlockers.co.uk one guy mentioned flashing his fury X to a Fury Nano bios and that it removed the coil whine from his Fury X. Worth testing on my days off, Ill try it over the weekend.
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That might explain why as soon as I overclock past 630Mhz HBM you instantly get instability. It must be rounding it up to 666.66Mhz. I knew there was a wall there and that must be it. 630Mhz is stable for on both my Fury X while 631 gives instant white spot artifacting.

I also noticed on overlockers.co.uk one guy mentioned flashing his fury X to a Fury Nano bios and that it removed the coil whine from his Fury X. Worth testing on my days off, Ill try it over the weekend.

Has anyone proven any real world benefit to memory overclocking? I'm talking more about fps in games as opposed to benchmarks.

I'm running mine at 545mhz right now.
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It was proven to scale well for games but just like core overclocking it dose not give much more than 10-12% overall combined HBM+ core overclocks.

600Mhz HBM has been proven stable with good water cooling. In my experience that means under 40C.
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Has anyone proven any real world benefit to memory overclocking? I'm talking more about fps in games as opposed to benchmarks.

I'm running mine at 545mhz right now.

http://www.hardwareasylum.com/reviews/video/sapphire_r9fury-nitro/page13.aspx

"Overclocking Conclusion


Overclocking is something most enthusiasts like to do and while 89Mhz over the factory overclock may not sound like much there was a notable increase in our synthetic benchmark scores and an average increase of 10fps across the board in our game tests.

The sad part is, 89Mhz doesn’t sound like much, and it really isn’t however, 260Mhz adding to the memory clock is really what gave us those scores. Bandwidth went from 512GB/s up to 645GB/s and was completely stable throughout our testing session"
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http://www.hardwareasylum.com/reviews/video/sapphire_r9fury-nitro/page13.aspx

"Overclocking Conclusion


Overclocking is something most enthusiasts like to do and while 89Mhz over the factory overclock may not sound like much there was a notable increase in our synthetic benchmark scores and an average increase of 10fps across the board in our game tests.

The sad part is, 89Mhz doesn’t sound like much, and it really isn’t however, 260Mhz adding to the memory clock is really what gave us those scores. Bandwidth went from 512GB/s up to 645GB/s and was completely stable throughout our testing session"

Interesting. Well, I haven't tried 600mhz yet. If what the posts above say (the memory steps from 500/545/600 etc...) then, it may be a bridge too far.
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