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post #791 of 1810
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Yea I can do 570 on stock voltage with no artifacting.

And I have an ekwb block.

I think I will try an offset of 25mv and a clock of 600 and see how that effects performance. This is a FuryTriX btw. I star negatively scaling with a core voltage around 1.63v.

did i just seen 1.63v on the gpu core??? lol
post #792 of 1810
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Originally Posted by JonathanQC30 View Post

did i just seen 1.63v on the gpu core??? lol

Lmao whoops I mean 1.263*****
post #793 of 1810
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Lmao whoops I mean 1.263*****

oh gosh, lol, i panicked for your fury tongue.gif
post #794 of 1810
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Is GPUPI a good tool to test RAM errors within GPU's as I was able to get passed that error free?

I had a little play on that a few days ago for some HWBot subs, not convinced it fully gets HBM errors if occuring, gotta test more when have time. If you do some testing please do share how it is for you, cheers smile.gif .
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This is a FuryTriX btw. I star negatively scaling with a core voltage around 1.63v.
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Lmao whoops I mean 1.263*****

Interesting, as your stock VID DPM 7 is 1.193V you have +70mV , this fits in with what I saw on some samples that are higher leakage ASIC, allowing more headroom on VID increase before negative scaling.

What is your ASIC quality? result on best OC prior to negative scaling?

cheers smile.gif.
Edited by gupsterg - 6/1/16 at 10:57am
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Overclocking the memory helps lower the latency, which means it takes less time for the GPU to get the data it needs to keep moving on, that's really the only benefit as Fiji isn't memory bandwidth starved.
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Would it be dangerous to run a 1.375v on HBM through the R9 Nano? It uses such a small ammount of current and wattage the temperatures don't appear to be a problem at 1.35v.
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Would it be dangerous to run a 1.375v on HBM through the R9 Nano? It uses such a small ammount of current and wattage the temperatures don't appear to be a problem at 1.35v.

i heard that the hbm ''safe value'' is 1.35, try it, if it died on you, please tell us tongue.gif
post #798 of 1810
Afterburner v4.3 beta 4 released 6 days ago:
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Added support for unofficial overclocking mode with disabled PowerPlay on PowerPlay7 capable hardware (AMD Tonga and newer graphics processors family)

Any benefits of overclocking with disabled Powerplay? Or is Powerplay there just to prevent the gpu running at max 100% clock speeds always.
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i heard that the hbm ''safe value'' is 1.35, try it, if it died on you, please tell us tongue.gif

Would genuinely like to hear if 1.375v is safe on air on the Nano though! I can't push the core any further regardless of votlage but I still have a good 15 degrees of temp headroom to play with and would love 600mhz HBM!
post #800 of 1810
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I had a little play on that a few days ago for some HWBot subs, not convinced it fully gets HBM errors if occuring, gotta test more when have time. If you do some testing please do share how it is for you, cheers smile.gif .

Interesting, as your stock VID DPM 7 is 1.193V you have +70mV , this fits in with what I saw on some samples that are higher leakage ASIC, allowing more headroom on VID increase before negative scaling.

What is your ASIC quality? result on best OC prior to negative scaling?

cheers smile.gif.

I will have to find some results or maybe just run all new test



Edit: So the highest VID, at DPM 7 is 1.260 before I start to negatively scale.

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/8661614 Graphics score of 8305 @1150/600 with VID of 1.263
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/8661576 Graphics score of 8310 @1150/600 with VID of 1.263

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/8661683 Graphics score of 8362 @1150/600 with VID of 1.260
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/8661759 Graphics score of 8530 @1190/600 with VID of 1.260

Note these are on the latest drivers which are said to have lower scores in 3Dmark. At least some users over on Guru3D have been mentioning lower scores on 16.5.3
Edited by shadowxaero - 6/2/16 at 8:40am
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