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Hi BromoL,

Thank you for the reply !

See below screenshot. Only XFX RX470 & 480 have this issue...

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Just found this Tool after I was looking to solve a way to fix stability issues with my RX480 Red Devil. I removed Radeon settings because they were crashing alot. Now I was wondering what settings I should set in l2C settings.

Default settings are:

LLC = OFF
Phase Gain = 000000
Current scale = A0
Voltage Offset = 5 x 6.25mV

It's probably best to not change any of these for your 24/7 overclock. Reducing voltage is always possible per p-state (except idle).
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Is there a way to save or future plan to save the profile where it save all the cards settings not just the last 1 and you have to save multiple profiles per RIG? Likewise a feature to load all the .ini vs doing the start.bat to call out each one.

Sorry for the late answer: It is currently not possible and currently i don't plan to add larger features.
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Hi BromoL,

Thank you for the reply !

See below screenshot. Only XFX RX470 & 480 have this issue...


Thats unfortunate. I don't want to add a full scan via ADL for all users because that could cause instability. Did you try VRMtool. It does such a scan and i can add the the correct line and address as a fallback, if its not the default one.
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Finally managed to get a higher GPU clock. I have to set 1181,25 mV to reach 1370 Mhz but have only seen 1116,25 to 1175,25 mV yet. Temps get to 68° due to the Arctic Mono Plus.

I can get 1310 Mhz at 1090 mV. I keep the RAM at 2100 Mhz, 998 mV

What´s your average overclock?
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Finally managed to get a higher GPU clock. I have to set 1181,25 mV to reach 1370 Mhz but have only seen 1116,25 to 1175,25 mV yet. Temps get to 68° due to the Arctic Mono Plus.

I can get 1310 Mhz at 1090 mV. I keep the RAM at 2100 Mhz, 998 mV

What´s your average overclock?

I played most of Witcher 3 with 1330 MHz @ 1.085 V with +20% power limit and 2500 rpm max (on reference card). But since then i reverted back to 1266 MHz @ 1.025 V with +0% power limit. The small 5% overclock was not worth the increased power draw, heat and noise. I am still happy with the performance because i got my card for 219€ (including tax). But i hope for AMD that future revisions clock higher at lower voltage. Depending on what Vega has to offer (and costs) i might replace the RX 480 rather soon.
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Hi, BromoL, you have created amazing very useful app! Thanks!
I have a XFX GTR XXX(Black) 480, vrm options work very well. This helps me to underclock and undervolt card.
But with new XFX 470 4GB I cant to manage VRM options. You answered upper - check some information from VrmTool and then you can help with managing VRM options on this model, what I need to do?
p.s. I'm try vrmtool - in this tool can't set negative offset, this tool dont support multiple gpu's, and dont support profiles =/
Edited by stasiq - 10/11/16 at 5:05am
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Thanks for sharing
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Hi, BromoL, you have created amazing very useful app! Thanks!
I have a XFX GTR XXX(Black) 480, vrm options work very well. This helps me to underclock and undervolt card.
But with new XFX 470 4GB I cant to manage VRM options. You answered upper - check some information from VrmTool and then you can help with managing VRM options on this model, what I need to do?
p.s. I'm try vrmtool - in this tool can't set negative offset, this tool dont support multiple gpu's, and dont support profiles =/

Post or send me screenshots of VRMtool running on the RX 470. That should provide enough information for me to support the card.
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Post or send me screenshots of VRMtool running on the RX 470. That should provide enough information for me to support the card.
Thanks for reply!
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I get screenshots, but they hardly be useful, vrmtool show me empty screen.


rx-470p4lfb6.zip 111k .zip file
Maybe you know how change offset in bios? (I read post from "Wolf" where he sad - offset need change on each clk, or
it is not correctly understood)
post #190 of 380
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Hm, i didn't expect no output at all. If the I2C bus of this card is not accessible via ADL i can't do anything about it. Does HWiNFO show a GPU VRM section for your card?

I don't know how to manually edit bioses. Can you give a link to Wolf's post? Voltage offset is static, the dynamic aspect is related to P-state changes. P-state voltage range is limited, so the offset is the only way to get above this limit, but it applies to all P-states (also idle).
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