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post #991 of 3451
Yes, you can substitute those numbers by the voltage in millivolts, for example 1.2V in the last would be 1200.
And of course there is a minimum required to operate, otherwise the gpu will crash. That's the reason why under/overvolting is preferible be done by software, in case the gpu is unstable, you reset the pc and start over. Doing it by bios without testing previously can make the gpu constantly unstable and a serious headache.
post #992 of 3451
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Originally Posted by Ansau View Post

Yes, you can substitute those numbers by the voltage in millivolts, for example 1.2V in the last would be 1200.
And of course there is a minimum required to operate, otherwise the gpu will crash. That's the reason why under/overvolting is preferible be done by software, in case the gpu is unstable, you reset the pc and start over. Doing it by bios without testing previously can make the gpu constantly unstable and a serious headache.

Thank you. I think i will not touch anything more (fear xD).. Just tell me if you do not mind, if is this ok for you. Boosted a little bit teh memory for 2200Mhz and 1150mV

All those Temps are during the BenchMark.

Fire Strike Ultra 1.1
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/10788381

Temps During the Bench


GPU-Z



Polaris Bios




Thank you for your attention tongue.gif

PS: Just one more...

Fire Strike 1.1

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/16082520?

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Edited by Xcat2008 - 11/15/16 at 4:00pm
post #993 of 3451
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Originally Posted by Xcat2008 View Post

Thank you. I think i will not touch anything more (fear xD).. Just tell me if you do not mind, if is this ok for you. Boosted a little bit teh memory for 2200Mhz and 1150mV

All those Temps are during the BenchMark.

Fire Strike Ultra 1.1
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/10788381

Temps During the Bench

The gpu mem error counter continue to rise after each benchmark/game run or it stays still after the first one?
post #994 of 3451
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Originally Posted by Ansau View Post

Yes, you can substitute those numbers by the voltage in millivolts, for example 1.2V in the last would be 1200.
And of course there is a minimum required to operate, otherwise the gpu will crash. That's the reason why under/overvolting is preferible be done by software, in case the gpu is unstable, you reset the pc and start over. Doing it by bios without testing previously can make the gpu constantly unstable and a serious headache.

Yes but I cant lower the voltage under 800mV with software?
I have a dual BIOS, so it shouldnt be a problem. right?
post #995 of 3451
With dual bios or a second gpu/igpu it isn't such a problem. And of course you can go under 800mv with software, but note that Afterburner or TRIXX apply an offset to all DPM states. Wattman allows you to touch each state.
post #996 of 3451
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The gpu mem error counter continue to rise after each benchmark/game run or it stays still after the first one?

Crap.. Did not even check that field biggrin.gif

So this means something is wrong correct? To mutch Mhz for the Voltage, or the memory cant handle?

The order from the HWInfo is: Current / Minimum / Maximum / Average.

So if the 9.234 is the Current Value i supose after bench more will rise more the error's?

Now only when i got home from Work, to fix and check that.

I will probaly do like @Ansau advice... Test first via MSI Afterburner, and flash after if everything is fine. The error's needs to stay at 0 correct?

At least the GPU Clock is running great, did few benchs and played some games and not a single crash or problems.

Dunno if i said before, but my card is one Reference.. XFX RX480 8GB Stock at 1288Mhz.
post #997 of 3451
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And of course you can go under 800mv with software

plz explain how!?
post #998 of 3451
With TRIXX you can go down to -200mV. I think Afterburner doesn't allow undervolting in Polaris, only allows +mV.
post #999 of 3451
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Originally Posted by Ansau View Post

With TRIXX you can go down to -200mV. I think Afterburner doesn't allow undervolting in Polaris, only allows +mV.

Are You sure that itsnt just for state 7 and I can get 600mv for state 1 ?
post #1000 of 3451
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Originally Posted by Vento041 View Post

The gpu mem error counter continue to rise after each benchmark/game run or it stays still after the first one?

I'm actually seeing this on my card, the counter keeps going up even after a benchmark. Once I reboot it's fine. This only happens with OC'd memory, even a tiny bit.
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