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Originally Posted by kithylin View Post

I'm sorry to be "That Guy" but well, someone has to. You really shouldn't be expecting any modern game to work with a computer that only has 8GB total system ram, especially if you're running windows 10 (which uses the most system ram out of any windows OS to date). That's more than likely your core problem more than any issue you may possibly encounter with the video card. 12 GB system ram should be the bare minimum for any modern gaming computer in 2017, and more towards 16 GB as "Ideal".

Not realy, i got 8gb and never needed more and here i got a i5 2500k 4,5ghz and a RX 480, never used more then 7gb my system.
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@eduardooaz
I have basically the same specs as you, I'm running out of RAM when playing ME:Andromeda. It stutters horribly after a while and free memory drops to 800-700MB. It's not the VRAM, I still had nearly a gig left. I had to disable Prefetch and Superfetch in Windows and turn texture detail a notch to get it to run fine.
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Do you have a Sapphire 580 4GB BIOS?
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post #2584 of 3357
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@eduardooaz
I have basically the same specs as you, I'm running out of RAM when playing ME:Andromeda. It stutters horribly after a while and free memory drops to 800-700MB. It's not the VRAM, I still had nearly a gig left. I had to disable Prefetch and Superfetch in Windows and turn texture detail a notch to get it to run fine.

I belive when i played Andromeda i had 2gb of free ram and all good, dunno if you using some other stuff eating ram. I am completly fine with 8gb and only intend to upgrade when my mb or cpu dies....Then yes i will go 16gb of course but till then i tell you, you will use faster 8gb of the gpu then the rams lolol, games are so ****ed up, sucking vram like crazy.
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Originally Posted by kithylin View Post

I'm sorry to be "That Guy" but well, someone has to. You really shouldn't be expecting any modern game to work with a computer that only has 8GB total system ram, especially if you're running windows 10 (which uses the most system ram out of any windows OS to date). That's more than likely your core problem more than any issue you may possibly encounter with the video card. 12 GB system ram should be the bare minimum for any modern gaming computer in 2017, and more towards 16 GB as "Ideal".

Actually there are other crap programmed console ports that do the same thing even if you have 16gb ram! Forza comes to mind, and I forget the others.

They seem to allocate all the team despite having much more than the console!
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GeneraleRamon, could you please tell me a recommendation of a bios to flash on my RX480 Nitro+ 8BG?

I'm running stable 1342 MHz with 1130~1145mV and 1410 MHz with 1150~1170mV. I tried the RX580 nitro+ bios (1411 MHz), but the vcore is too low (1120~1135) to sustain the 1411 MHz clock.

I already appreciate your help! smile.gif
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Stupid amd. Rx580 still uses full 2000mhz ram state for multimon if you don't match resolution and refresh rate.
Lame, why not use the 1000 ram state???
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Originally Posted by daevy3k View Post

Nope. Nope. Nope.

The game uses barely 2gbs vram. Dark souls 3 has mediocre graphics and in fact when maxed out it uses just 2gb of vram.

I can flawlessly run tomb raider, doom and bf1 maxed out 1080/60fps
and you expect me to believe that dark souls 3 is supposed to fill 12gbs of ram? (4gb of vram plus 8gb of dram)

It's clearly not normal. It's a driver problem, I am almost sure.

I'm just going off your words. You're the one that stated yourself you were running out of ram and had to use swap file / page file just to keep running, so.. I assumed 8GB wasn't enough.

Besides, that's not at all how games work, Games still load a good bit of system ram even with video ram. I play GTA-V on my computer daily @ max crazy settings 1080p and it pulls 3.8 GB - 4.2 GB gpu vram but about 7 - 8.5 GB system ram while running. That's just one game. Ark Survival Evolved pulls 3GB GPU vram but sometimes 9 and 10 GB system ram while gaming.
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Originally Posted by Brave Hunter View Post

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The Sapphire RX480 Nitro+ has the IR3567B voltage controller and Samsungs vram, same as the reference and most of the RX480 customs,

What u are looking for is a card with the exact same PCB. Or at least supports Samsung vram and the IR3567B.

The XFX GTS should have nearly reference 480 design, the PowerColor Devil does have the IR3567 and Samsung vram, and the Gigabyte Gaming might also. But even the other bioses like the 580 nitro+ appear to work with the IR3567B. The Samsung K4G.. chips are mostly supported, check with PBE. If a special bios does not, ask generaleramon for modding.

flash the card by using cmd.exe(admin), for no sub id check use: atiflash -fs -p [card nr. (0 with one card)] [bios.rom]
Edited by hellm - 4/25/17 at 1:09pm
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