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post #291 of 991
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Originally Posted by BulletBait View Post

Seems to float around 12680, +/- 20 test to test.
would you test at stock with tesselation turned off ? rolleyes.gif
post #292 of 991
Some "light" for all of you..
1425/8800MHz
This basically matches gtx 970 on ~1550/8200MHz
Obviously yo ucant expect this on reference amd card.








Source:
http://videocardz.com/61697/how-fast-radeon-rx-480-can-be


I think this may be interesting:
PowerColor Radeon RX 480 DEVIL

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But also....
GTX 1060...~15% more performance than RX480(yeah nvidia slides but still)

Edited by fat4l - 7/1/16 at 8:29am
post #293 of 991
Man, wish I had that NVIDIA shill money right about now!
post #294 of 991
Following up on @comagnum

GPU Frequency: 2.5% (1300MHz)
GPU Voltages: 800/818/898/968/1018/1068/1075
Memory Frequency: 2250MHz
Memory Voltage: 1025
Fan Speed: 2750
Peak Temp: 63c
Power Level: +50%

GFX Score: 13162 (Probably has to do with me having an 8350 tongue.gif)
No artifacts or crashes
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/12845279

@AliNT77

GPU Frequency: 0% (1265MHz) Stock
GPU Voltages: 800/818/898/918/968/1018/1025
Memory Frequency: 2000MHz Stock
Memory Voltage: 950
Fan Speed: 2750
Peak Temp: 60c
Power Level: +50%

GFX Score: 13401 (Again probably has to do with me having an 8350, might be a bit higher with an Intel.)
No artifacts or crashes
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/12845633

Edited links cause I are dumb.
Edited by BulletBait - 7/1/16 at 8:41am
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post #295 of 991
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Originally Posted by cscheat View Post

bro, what is the purpose of undervolt??? I don't understand

undervolting reduces power consumption - temps and Noise without sacrificing performance
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Following up on @comagnum

GPU Frequency: 2.5% (1300MHz)
GPU Voltages: 800/818/898/968/1018/1068/1075
Memory Frequency: 2250MHz
Memory Voltage: 1025
Fan Speed: 2750
Peak Temp: 63c
Power Level: +50%

GFX Score: 13162 (Probably has to do with me having an 8350 tongue.gif)
No artifacts or crashes
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/12845279

@AliNT77

GPU Frequency: 0% (1265MHz) Stock
GPU Voltages: 800/818/898/918/968/1018/1025
Memory Frequency: 2000MHz Stock
Memory Voltage: 950
Fan Speed: 2750
Peak Temp: 60c
Power Level: +50%

GFX Score: 13401 (Again probably has to do with me having an 8350, might be a bit higher with an Intel.)
No artifacts or crashes
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/12845633

Edited links cause I are dumb.
thank you Rep+ thumb.gif

now would you test it with tess off with OC ? biggrin.gifrolleyes.gif
post #296 of 991
The problem of the card is "hidden" throttling ...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Oc7zXhzlzU

If you increase power limit but leave all the clocks @stock, you will get much more performacne but ....wattage will increase over the spec. This may hurt you motherboard .....
http://www.pcper.com/reviews/Graphics-Cards/AMD-Radeon-RX-480-Review-Polaris-Promise/PC-Perspective-Advanced-Power-Testin
http://www.pcper.com/reviews/Graphics-Cards/Power-Consumption-Concerns-Radeon-RX-480
post #297 of 991
Quote:
Originally Posted by BulletBait View Post

Following up on @comagnum

GPU Frequency: 2.5% (1300MHz)
GPU Voltages: 800/818/898/968/1018/1068/1075
Memory Frequency: 2250MHz
Memory Voltage: 1025
Fan Speed: 2750
Peak Temp: 63c
Power Level: +50%

GFX Score: 13162 (Probably has to do with me having an 8350 tongue.gif)
No artifacts or crashes
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/12845279

@AliNT77

GPU Frequency: 0% (1265MHz) Stock
GPU Voltages: 800/818/898/918/968/1018/1025
Memory Frequency: 2000MHz Stock
Memory Voltage: 950
Fan Speed: 2750
Peak Temp: 60c
Power Level: +50%

GFX Score: 13401 (Again probably has to do with me having an 8350, might be a bit higher with an Intel.)
No artifacts or crashes
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/12845633

Edited links cause I are dumb.
Can you keep the low voltage but reduce the power target as low as it can go? What is the result?
post #298 of 991
Quote:
Originally Posted by fat4l View Post

The problem of the card is "hidden" throttling ...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Oc7zXhzlzU

If you increase power limit but leave all the clocks @stock, you will get much more performacne but ....wattage will increase over the spec. This may hurt you motherboard .....
http://www.pcper.com/reviews/Graphics-Cards/AMD-Radeon-RX-480-Review-Polaris-Promise/PC-Perspective-Advanced-Power-Testin
http://www.pcper.com/reviews/Graphics-Cards/Power-Consumption-Concerns-Radeon-RX-480

@cscheat
this is exactly why you need to undervolt this card
post #299 of 991
I hadn't even tried to go higher yet tongue.gif. Was just following co's 2.5% score for another baseline.

@AliNT77

GPU Frequency: 2.5% (1300MHz)
GPU Voltages: 800/818/898/968/1018/1068/1075
Memory Frequency: 2250MHz
Memory Voltage: 1025
Fan Speed: 2750
Peak Temp: 65c
Power Level: +50%

GFX Score: 14069
No artifacts or crashes
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/12846179

@lolerk52
I'll do that next run. I'm not worried about mine. I've beat it up worse overclocking all my other components (NB, VDDA, HyperTrans, PCI, ect.) on it.
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post #300 of 991
50Mhz extra going from stock to aio cooler. Not impressive

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kjIHgq2zBU
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