Originally Posted by tps3443
Memory that is running to high will show artifacts in Firestrike and games. If the core is to high it will lock up, and crash the driver and recover it.
Try for 2250 the max. And run through GTAV with a lot of AA. GtaV always artifacts, and crashes if the Mem is to high.
If it crashes at 2250, Try 2225. If 2225 crashes, go down 10-15Mhz until it is stable.
Depending on how high your core Mhz is, will greatly affect how high the memory will go!
For example you may find 1340 Mhz core and 2250 memory is stable.
But, 1380 Mhz core, and 2250mhz is not.
But, 1380 core and, 2200 is stable.
The RX480 is a little tricky with overclocking. But, you will know yours like the back of your hand after a while.
Memory overclocking offers a huge boost!
Find the best balance between them that is stable, with the highest Firestrike graphics score. And that will give you the best 1080P gaming performance.
I can get about 1410/2250 with mine. But, it is a one of a kind 91.5% ASIC QUALITY. Higher than 99% of all other Rx 480's, based on GPU-Z.
The highest other RX480 ASIC I've seen is 90 something %.
So, do not expect the same results. Check your own ASIC too, it's always nice to know.