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Is a reference card? What cooling are you using?
No, it's Sapphire Nitro+ Radeon RX 480 8G D5 OC (11260-01-20G). And it's cooled by this frankensteined monstrosity. Accelere Xtreme 3 on the core, stock fans replaced with F9 PWM, second picture is VRAM heatsink, third is VRM front and back. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


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No, it's Sapphire Nitro+ Radeon RX 480 8G D5 OC (11260-01-20G). And it's cooled by this frankensteined monstrosity. Accelere Xtreme 3 on the core, stock fans replaced with F9 PWM, second picture is VRAM heatsink, third is VRM front and back. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



Dear Lord man lol you have an obsession xD

Monstrous indeed
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What changes the imc voltage? Is that by changing the 300 and 2000 mem voltages in bios editor?
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Originally Posted by The Stilt View Post

Yeah, memory voltage is only adjustable on ASUS Strix cards.

What can i use to try to change it. I have rx 480 strix 8gb?
RX480-strix-stock.zip 111k .zip file
Edited by Fuilter666 - 2/22/17 at 10:32am
post #1355 of 3355
The uber timings gave me low readings on AIDA64, until I changed it to match the last digits:
I believe the last digits starting with 1E or 1B or 19 are the "clock" number, not the timing itself. Even the mixed timings from before used it. The 555 777 etc are the main CL? And the middle are the special timings, like we would see on ddr3, tcl, ras, etc.

My 3 straps that work well. Using 938 mv for imc by bios editor and vmem by wattman
Uber 2000:
555000000000000022CC1C00AD615A41C0570E152DCB74090068C7000B031420FA8900A0030000001E123A46DB354019
Uber 1750:
555000000000000022CC1C00AD615A41C0570E152DCB74090068C7000B031420FA8900A0030000001B11333DC0303A17
Uber 1625:
555000000000000022CC1C00AD615A41C0570E152DCB74090068C7000B031420FA8900A003000000190F2F39B22D3517
Code:
Default2000
777000000000000022CC1C0031F67E57F05711183FCFB60D006C070124081420FA8900A003000000[U]1E123A46DB354019[/U]
Default 1750
777000000000000022CC1C00106A6D4DD0571016B90D060C006AE70014051420FA8900A003000000[U]1B11333DC0303A17[/U]
def 1625
555000000000000022CC1C00CE616C47D0570F15B48C250B006AE7000B031420FA8900A003000000[U]190F2F39B22D3517[/U]
def 1500
555000000000000022CC1C00AD595B41C0570E14B00B450A0068C70003011420FA8900A003000000170E2B34A42A3116

Edited by robnitro - 2/22/17 at 3:52pm
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Originally Posted by robnitro View Post

The uber timings gave me low readings on AIDA64, until I changed it to match the last digits:
I believe the last digits starting with 1E or 1B or 19 are the "clock" number, not the timing itself. Even the mixed timings from before used it. The 555 777 etc are the main CL? And the middle are the special timings, like we would see on ddr3, tcl, ras, etc.

My 3 straps that work well. Using 938 mv for imc by bios editor and vmem by wattman
Uber 2000:
555000000000000022CC1C00AD615A41C0570E152DCB74090068C7000B031420FA8900A0030000001E123A46DB354019
Uber 1750:
555000000000000022CC1C00AD615A41C0570E152DCB74090068C7000B031420FA8900A0030000001B11333DC0303A17
Uber 1625:
555000000000000022CC1C00AD615A41C0570E152DCB74090068C7000B031420FA8900A003000000190F2F39B22D3517
Code:
Default2000
777000000000000022CC1C0031F67E57F05711183FCFB60D006C070124081420FA8900A003000000[U]1E123A46DB354019[/U]
Default 1750
777000000000000022CC1C00106A6D4DD0571016B90D060C006AE70014051420FA8900A003000000[U]1B11333DC0303A17[/U]
def 1625
555000000000000022CC1C00CE616C47D0570F15B48C250B006AE7000B031420FA8900A003000000[U]190F2F39B22D3517[/U]
def 1500
555000000000000022CC1C00AD595B41C0570E14B00B450A0068C70003011420FA8900A003000000170E2B34A42A3116
you're right! specool.gif AIDA64 GPGPU is improved, oclmembench only a little better

The best i can do now:

555000000000000022CC1C00AD615B41C0570E152DCB74090068C7000B031420FA8900A0030000001E123A46DB354019

i'll try the 555 777 tomorrow
Edited by generaleramon - 2/23/17 at 1:36pm
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you're right! specool.gif AIDA64 GPGPU is improved, oclmembench only a little better

The best i can do now:

555000000000000022CC1C00AD615B41C0570E152DCB74090068C7000B031420FA8900A0030000001E123A46DB354019

i'll try the 555 777 tomorrow

would you mind to take a screenshoot AIDA GPGPU, i want to see how much improvement with strap modded
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Originally Posted by ekoaja View Post

would you mind to take a screenshoot AIDA GPGPU, i want to see how much improvement with strap modded



Using:

777000000000000022CC1C00AD615B41C0570E152DCB74090068C7000B031420FA8900A0030000001E123A46DB354019

333 or 555 no misurable difference

With the modded strap only the "Memory copy" increase from stock (195GB/s Stock in AIDA64). jealoussmiley.gif
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From what I remember in the stilt modding of 7950/7970 timings, the memory copy is most important stress test.

Even if you have no errors in hwinfo reported, by memory copy you can see if the internal error correction slows down your memory speed when stressed.

So a faster timing that passes, might be worse than a slower timing that makes the IMC/memory have less internal "corrections".

Generalemon:

Why did you go from

555000000000000022CC1C00AD615A41C0570E152DCB74090068C7000B031420FA8900A0030000001E123A46DB354019

to

777000000000000022CC1C00AD615B41C0570E152DCB74090068C7000B031420FA8900A0030000001E123A46DB354019

Interesting that the 777 555 does no change in tests. Not sure what it does..

I would think a higher B over A would be slower timing. I'm using the "A41" timing for now with 938mv memory in bios (IMC- correct?) and 938 mem in wattman.
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Originally Posted by robnitro View Post

From what I remember in the stilt modding of 7950/7970 timings, the memory copy is most important stress test.

Even if you have no errors in hwinfo reported, by memory copy you can see if the internal error correction slows down your memory speed when stressed.

So a faster timing that passes, might be worse than a slower timing that makes the IMC/memory have less internal "corrections".

Generalemon:

Why did you go from

555000000000000022CC1C00AD615A41C0570E152DCB74090068C7000B031420FA8900A0030000001E123A46DB354019

to

777000000000000022CC1C00AD615B41C0570E152DCB74090068C7000B031420FA8900A0030000001E123A46DB354019

Interesting that the 777 555 does no change in tests. Not sure what it does..

I would think a higher B over A would be slower timing. I'm using the "A41" timing for now with 938mv memory in bios (IMC- correct?) and 938 mem in wattman.

B was from the 1375 strap...no bandwidth/performance gain...so (as you said) i used A (from the 1500 strap) instead.

I know...my timings need to be "polished" a bit. rolleyes.gif
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