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This is a long shot, but does anyone know how to tell AMDGPU (or how to modify it) to stop changing voltages?
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Why would you want to do that? These aren't HD7000 series cards ya know haha
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Has anyone tried flashing the XFX RX 480 reference 8gb to any rx 580 model? Can it be flashed?
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the nitro+ 580 has come with insane stock bios settings already, the level that stock 480 cant never reach.

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passed timespy and it is stable on gaming.

source
http://yujihw.com/review/amd-radeon-rx-570-rx-580-review
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That's pretty insane alright 1,530mhz what-the? haha biggrin.gif
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1.3V for daily usage whistle.gif
I wish AMD just came out and said what they consider to be safe voltage/temperature ranges for Polaris.
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1.3V for daily usage whistle.gif
I wish AMD just came out and said what they consider to be safe voltage/temperature ranges for Polaris.
580 has come with better pcb quality and components and power input. so it is safer than 480 modded to 1.3v.
as long as you can keep the card under 80c i think it is fine.


however, if you go check the hardware.fr rma reports, sapphire has really a bad name on them...
so sapphire X 1.3V = good luck, haha
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With a single card msi gaming x I'm able to run the defaults 1393 2025 with +25mv and +50 power but when I enable crossfire and leave those settings it works but scores no better than 480 crossfire try adding +50mv and it crashes. What's nice though is my crossfire 480s always seemed starved for power now I can use +25mv +50 power 1303 2000 stock msi gaming x and performance is far better than stock 480 bios. They hardly ever peak over 1175 but when needed spike over 1.2 which is what they needed.
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580 has come with better pcb quality and components and power input. so it is safer than 480 modded to 1.3v.
as long as you can keep the card under 80c i think it is fine.


however, if you go check the hardware.fr rma reports, sapphire has really a bad name on them...
so sapphire X 1.3V = good luck, haha
PCB and component quality wasn't an issue before either, I'm more interested about the chip itself.
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PCB and component quality wasn't an issue before either, I'm more interested about the chip itself.
indeed, but some 580s just got them better.
nitro+ and red dveil from powercolor have also upgraded the vrm on 580, so they are much more capable.
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