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post #11 of 380
Thank you very much! A simple app much needed! smile.gif
Just need to enable multi-gpu support and i will never go back to wattman! smile.gif

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yeah multi-gpu is needed!
Thanks!
post #13 of 380
If i set the value it is diretly chanhe in the rom ?
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Originally Posted by blue198444 View Post

If i set the value it is diretly chanhe in the rom ?

The standard settings should behave exactly like WattMan settings. The I2C settings get lost when the system is shut down.

I hacked in some multi-gpu support that i could not test. I will upload it here and put it in the first post after somebody reports that it is working. (removed download, because it was not working)
Edited by BromoL - 8/28/16 at 11:09am
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@bromol: i have 2 480's, it only shows one, when i alter settings it does only for the first card, anything to solve this?? (even with that new version)
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@bromol: Same here, 6 cards running just one showing in wattmon.
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Multi gpu does not work here too. Win7x64. 5xRX470
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What about mvdd voltage control.

(not to be confused with vddci which is the voltage to the memory controller)


here some reference:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1574652.msg16061592#msg16061592
post #19 of 380
Also what is the highest offset possible for core voltage (vddc).

Some tools suggest -/+ 200 mv?!
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Ok, testing multi gpu support is difficult with only one card. With my single card i get 6 adapters. Only one of them is "active", so i filtered for the active ones.



The four numbers are adapter, adapter index, bus number and active flag. Can somebody with multiple cards show a screenshot with expanded combobox from their system with this version (download removed).
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Also what is the highest offset possible for core voltage (vddc).

Some tools suggest -/+ 200 mv?!

I limited the value to 40 x 6.25 mV = 250 mV but never tested such extreme values.
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What about mvdd voltage control.

Is there actual software access to the memory VRM?
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