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post #11 of 23
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I assume you are refering to some cards that had temp and power target control in overdrive. My reference 290 did intially.

Not even remotely the same league.

and it didnt have voltage control.

No. I am referring to tools not open to public.
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post #12 of 23
proof of said tool designed by AMD please...
post #13 of 23
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proof of said tool designed by AMD please...

How there is dpm tools for amd cpus for ln2 overclocking. There are the same tools for the gpu.

Do you think there are not tools from amd to test different clocks on the labs? Do you think that amd use afterburner?
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post #14 of 23
Rocket League has flickering on stadiums and the ball on these drivers using 480's. Anyone else not using 480's have that issue?
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post #15 of 23
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How there is dpm tools for amd cpus for ln2 overclocking. There are the same tools for the gpu.

Do you think there are not tools from amd to test different clocks on the labs? Do you think that amd use afterburner?

ah, so no actual AMD designed tools then that people "had"

Supposition based on the existence of LN2 overclockers, and the AMD labs "must' have something, gotcha.

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Edited by The Mac - 6/30/16 at 8:57am
post #16 of 23
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ah, so no actual AMD designed tools then that people "had"

Supposition based on the existence of LN2 overclockers, and the AMD labs "must' have something, gotcha.

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It's not that easy to provide you proof about tools that are used for validations and bios.

If you actually believe that AMD or nvidia doesnt have tools that can change anything on the cards from voltage to dpm states then you are crazy. The point is if they want to release them to the public not if they exist.
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post #17 of 23
false equivalency.

Internal engineering tools AMD may or may not have does not equate to similar consumer based tools.
Edited by The Mac - 6/30/16 at 11:58am
post #18 of 23
From what I've saw, all that Wattman does is allow editing of the PowerPlay table.

There are other threads here on Overclock on how to do that manually on Windows (dunno about Linux...).
post #19 of 23
of course you can edit the bios powerplay table (to some extent, some cards are sig protected)

Using the i2c buss by AMD itself (AB uses it) is new however. Prior to polaris they stuck with ADL and overdrive4/5 neither of which allowed voltage control.

As i initially said, i doubt they are going to go back and reinvent the wheel for older cards.

There is a reason they allow it on polaris, and didnt on older cards.
post #20 of 23
I am not talking about BIOS editing/flashing.

I am talking about on Windows, the AMD drivers can use PowerPlay tables from Windows Registry.

Those PowerPlay tables, are exactly the same thing you edit on Wattmann

Thus if you want to, you can manually edit the PowerPlay tables yourself.
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