Originally Posted by chris89 @Galder
Here ya go. It's setup near stock but slight reduction in Current Ampere to 94 Ampere TDC, from about 110 or so. That alone is 13.83% cooler VRM temperature, Among Increased max TDP limit from 110W to 125W along with a 75W Limit rather than 85W. All in all we have the potential to save about 15-20% in heat and maybe a little bit more big end performance.
Temperature limits at 88C now from in excess of 105C... Min Target 40C @ 20%/ Medium Target 60C @ 50%/ High Target 68C @ 70%... Max Target 88C @ 100%.
Not to mention the increase in core up to 1250Mhz now 40.00GPixel/s and ram up to 230GB/s @ 1797Mhz. Enjoy!
Galder-RX470-4GB.zip 112k .zip file
Does lowering the Amp really work tho in that fashion? Because it seems that lowering Amperage is somewhat lowering tdp, as the only caveat is going for more voltage (but in reality, more voltage is more power consumption, and Amperage is going up regardless).
Just asking, is that bios Elpida o Samsung memory? I made one for my 470 nitro+ 4gb Hynix that only makes all timings past 1500 strap the same. I have asked this once but I haven't got a reply. Is there a sweet spot in memory timings to clock ratio? Beyond 1800mhz im getting EDC errors, but i dont know if looser timings (say, 1625 strap instead of 1500) and higher clocks achieves more performance in games (just like some games like more tighter system RAM timings rather than pure bandwidth. This config already achieved me 9% perf increase in Heaven (i run core at 1300 regardless of bios mod) between modded timings and without the mod but in BF1 i kinda dont really see much improvement if any. Since I only really play that game as demanding graphics goes, does it make more sense to go for higher clocks and 1 strap looser timings? Thanks in advance.