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post #1101 of 1773
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Is someone else experiencing this while playing low spec games? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


This gpu load madness won't even let me have 60+ fps on heroes of the storm or stay at +200 in cs: go. Power saving settings are disabled frown.gif. Is it possible to modify this behaviour through bios?

have you set PL to +50%?
post #1102 of 1773
It doesn't make a difference if i oc, underclock/undervlot or set it to default clock speeds, I think this is intentionally done by AMD to avoid wasting power in less demanding games but it is a pain in the ass for people trying to get +144fps. Quite disappointing to see my fury perform worse than a gtx 460 sli lol.
post #1103 of 1773
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Originally Posted by costilletas View Post

It doesn't make a difference if i oc, underclock/undervlot or set it to default clock speeds, I think this is intentionally done by AMD to avoid wasting power in less demanding games but it is a pain in the ass for people trying to get +144fps. Quite disappointing to see my fury perform worse than a gtx 460 sli lol.

Setting PL to 50% should prevent downclocking.

PL setting of "0"% allows the card to operate as intended by AMD. So yes you are right it is a function of Fiji to vary clock speed and voltage to save power. thumb.gif
post #1104 of 1773
well, clock speed is 1050 even with +0% but the gpu load keeps throttling for no apparent reason. It looks like the gpu "thinks" it's providing enough fps and won't bother hitting 100% load, that's why i asked if it can be modified through bios.
post #1105 of 1773
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Originally Posted by costilletas View Post

well, clock speed is 1050 even with +0% but the gpu load keeps throttling for no apparent reason. It looks like the gpu "thinks" it's providing enough fps and won't bother hitting 100% load, that's why i asked if it can be modified through bios.

AFAIK Bios MOD can roughly approximate 50% PL.

Left is stock ROM settings and right are the settings I use. Roughly = +30% PL on Nano With almost no down clocking and good temperatures.


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Does this help?
post #1106 of 1773
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well, clock speed is 1050 even with +0% but the gpu load keeps throttling for no apparent reason. It looks like the gpu "thinks" it's providing enough fps and won't bother hitting 100% load, that's why i asked if it can be modified through bios.

costilletas,

Can you tell us if you are using a custom fan profile in that Afterburner, or are you using the AMD Overdrive fan profiling options? If you are using the AMD Overdrive fan profile, please tell us the target temperature and fan speeds.
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Nah, I'm using afterburner the card never goes past 65º, I don't r eally get these impossible to disable power saving Shenanigans they've put into the fury, I'm better off buying a 1060 or even going back with my 460s, this doesnt make any sense, Why would you limit the gpu load in low spec games? Just let the gpu run to the max and i'll cap the game to whatever fps i want frown.gif, Maybe they've set it through drivers to avoid coil whine.

Am I the only one experiencing this in games like lol, cs go, heroes of the storm. I have no problems running 3A games like The witcher, i've tried increasing the bios max tdp, and also every rom gpusterg uploaded a few days ago for the nitro oc. I haven't red the entire thread obviously and I can't find anything like "modify gpu load behaviour" in the op post neither.

Thank you for your replies anyway guys, and sorry for off topicing this thread.thumb.gif
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What are your system specs? I don't have CS:GO , nor ever played any version of it. Viewing this video Fury X is getting 250+ FPS pretty easily @ 1080P.
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post #1109 of 1773
I play csgo with my nano and with an undervolt (-18mv) and power level increase (25%) it stays consistently at 1050/535 for me. I also raised the temp target to 80 with a custom fan curve (0-35 20%, 35-50 65%, 50-65 100%) I average 250 frames pretty consistently as well.
post #1110 of 1773
Yes this is why I asked about the settings in AMD Overdrive. From the graphic posted by costilletas, it looks like the GPU is trying really hard to maintain an equilibrium at 50C. If the custom fan profile cannot do that on it's own, the GPU is going to throttle to keep it at the temperature target set
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