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Yeah, Ill get a copy up tomorrow. Ill probably also submit it to the TPU database.

I got a pretty decent ASIC, ~82%. 1.100v is enough for ~1300 on it but cant push much higher because of the power limit, and I have not gotten to the point of reprogramming the VRM with the VRM tool yet. May wait until BIOS modding is feasible so I can set a more realistic limit without having to load a string of tools on boot.
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Yeah, Ill get a copy up tomorrow. Ill probably also submit it to the TPU database.

I got a pretty decent ASIC, ~82%. 1.100v is enough for ~1300 on it but cant push much higher because of the power limit, and I have not gotten to the point of reprogramming the VRM with the VRM tool yet. May wait until BIOS modding is feasible so I can set a more realistic limit without having to load a string of tools on boot.

Thanks!

I would love to be able to push 1.25V or so. I can keep my temps at 60C while looping FurMark at 1350Mhz and 1168mv, so I'm not afraid of a little extra juice for testing.

Also, bizarrely, I've not experienced a non-recoverable crash due to bad clocks once. The bench crashes and the driver resets and I'm good to continue fiddling. Don't know what AMD did to accomplish that, but I'm loving it.
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ASIC score is % leakage. Lower is actually better as explained https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/4rzo88/the_stilt_explains_asic_quality_on_amd_cards/

Makes sense why lower ASIC cards run cooler for me especially when overclocked
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Im using this from the first moment

http://overclocking.guide/download/amd-radeon-rx-480-unlocked-air-bios/

TDP up to 225 W (+50 %)
Voltage unlocked to 1.40 Volt

The problem is, with Wattman you can only set 1100 volts for the Core, if you want to set more you need to use GPU Tweak II and there you will have problems intercepting data.-

Have you tried the latest GPU Tweak II Asus just updated a few days ago. It works perfectly for me no crashes or bugs so far
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Hey guys smile.gif it's been a while now and i was expecting a thread to pop up comparing all the AIB cards like there was one for the Nvidia new cards. Yet there is none.

I am looking around different review sites but one has a few cards with a mix of 480 and 470 and apparently they are different (MSI 470 has no backplate vs the 480)

And i am wondering what to pick. So far from KitGuru there are 3 reviews of the Asus, Saphire and PowerColor and of the 3 the Sapphire Nitro + OC seems like the best performing with lowest noise and steady temperature. The thermal image on the backplate is also looking best on the Sapphire. They have an MSI 470 review that doesn't have a backplate and have measured some 100+ C on the PCB

Over at the Nexus there is a 480 MSI but their measuring system is quite different and are measuring peack temperatures on the small holes of the back of the MSI backplate and that results in higher temperatures compared to KitGuru's thermal readings. But as mentioned the methods are different.

So far i am leaning towards the MSI gaming X version due to it having bigger PCB and bigger radiator and bigger fans meaning it should cool down the card with a lower noise.
Now i know there might be difference in gaming performance on the different partner cards but that will be based on the clock speeds imo

My question to all is what card should i pick if i am planning to keep it and use it for years and OC it a little bit.
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Makes sense why lower ASIC cards run cooler for me especially when overclocked
Have you tried the latest GPU Tweak II Asus just updated a few days ago. It works perfectly for me no crashes or bugs so far
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Yes im using GPU Tweak II - No problem at all, with the last version the only situation i have its with the voltages... if you change the memory clock in GPU Tweak II the voltage of the mem and gpu start to be controled by the Wattman, for example have 1.25v in GPU Tweak touch the Mem freq en GPU Tweak and the voltage start to work at 1.175v of the GPU.-
I need go to Wattman set voltages to manual, press apply, then again change de voltage to Auto and press Apply and the voltages start to be controled by GPU Tweak again, don't know why.-
Can you try it ? change the freq memory and see if in load the voltage its the voltage you put in GPU Tweak II or the wattman.-

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Hey guys smile.gif it's been a while now and i was expecting a thread to pop up comparing all the AIB cards like there was one for the Nvidia new cards. Yet there is none.

I am looking around different review sites but one has a few cards with a mix of 480 and 470 and apparently they are different (MSI 470 has no backplate vs the 480)

And i am wondering what to pick. So far from KitGuru there are 3 reviews of the Asus, Saphire and PowerColor and of the 3 the Sapphire Nitro + OC seems like the best performing with lowest noise and steady temperature. The thermal image on the backplate is also looking best on the Sapphire. They have an MSI 470 review that doesn't have a backplate and have measured some 100+ C on the PCB

Over at the Nexus there is a 480 MSI but their measuring system is quite different and are measuring peack temperatures on the small holes of the back of the MSI backplate and that results in higher temperatures compared to KitGuru's thermal readings. But as mentioned the methods are different.

So far i am leaning towards the MSI gaming X version due to it having bigger PCB and bigger radiator and bigger fans meaning it should cool down the card with a lower noise.
Now i know there might be difference in gaming performance on the different partner cards but that will be based on the clock speeds imo

My question to all is what card should i pick if i am planning to keep it and use it for years and OC it a little bit.


Well don't have any of that cards, I have the reference with custom water, but i can recommend you the Asus Strix or the Nitro from Sapphire, that your choice about noise, all have the same power phases and 8 pin connector, the asus strix have a good overclock 1355 and 2250 mems and have backplate, probably a bit noiser than the nitro but its a good video card.-
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Yes im using GPU Tweak II - No problem at all, with the last version the only situation i have its with the voltages... if you change the memory clock in GPU Tweak II the voltage of the mem and gpu start to be controled by the Wattman, for example have 1.25v in GPU Tweak touch the Mem freq en GPU Tweak and the voltage start to work at 1.175v of the GPU.-
I need go to Wattman set voltages to manual, press apply, then again change de voltage to Auto and press Apply and the voltages start to be controled by GPU Tweak again, don't know why.-
Can you try it ? change the freq memory and see if in load the voltage its the voltage you put in GPU Tweak II or the wattman.-

Nah I run my memory overclocked to 2250MHz and I have no problems with voltage even when messing with the memory clocks. Maybe try a clean driver install using DDU and then don't touch Wattman?
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Nah I run my memory overclocked to 2250MHz and I have no problems with voltage even when messing with the memory clocks. Maybe try a clean driver install using DDU and then don't touch Wattman?

But how much voltage you are using in the GPU? because if you are using less than 1.20 its in the same range of Wattman instead if you are using more than 1.20 you can have this bug.-
Yes im going to try that, because when i set new memory clocks in GPU Tweak, the voltage of the GPU drops to the limit of the Wattman, The problem is in the past you can disable for example Overdrive but here wattman its always enabled, but im going to try that a clean install with DDU.-


By the way its a new driver version of AMD.-
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Yes im going to try that, because when i set new memory clocks in GPU Tweak, the voltage of the GPU drops to the limit of the Wattman, The problem is in the past you can disable for example Overdrive but here wattman its always enabled, but im going to try that a clean install with DDU.-

By the way its a new driver version of AMD.-

Yeah but I think if you set everything to Automatic its the same as disabled and basically just don't touch it. Also I heard the latest 16.8.2 is glitchy and stuff so I'm sticking to 16.7.2 for now.
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Yeah but I think if you set everything to Automatic its the same as disabled and basically just don't touch it. Also I heard the latest 16.8.2 is glitchy and stuff so I'm sticking to 16.7.2 for now.

Yes but there is the bug i have all in automatic in wattman, but when you set a new Memory Clock in GPU Tweak II the voltage of the GPU drops to the limit of the Wattman (1.75v) despite although is in automatic and Wattman and should not change that.-
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Yes but there is the bug i have all in automatic in wattman, but when you set a new Memory Clock in GPU Tweak II the voltage of the GPU drops to the limit of the Wattman (1.75v) despite although is in automatic and Wattman and should not change that.-

Yes I get that. Let's see if a clean DDU reinstall solves it
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