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first firestrike extreme after the install. No oc no raised power limit just box stock results. Forgive the pentium it will be r5 1600 once my micro center gets some matx boards in stock

Nice. Can you give insight on how well the card undervolts?
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very easily got a max 1.125v with no clock speed adjustment out of standard 1411 with max power draw of 187w. I'm pretty pleased so far. Undervolted to 68mv under and it starts getting pretty bad artifacts in firestrike.
Edited by kittysox - 4/21/17 at 11:47am
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This is what I'm looking at right now after just changing the voltage values to manual on a Sapphire Radeon RX 580 8 GB Pulse. Any ideas on where to start? I haven't done this before. Are your voltage values the same at default?
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This is what I'm looking at right now after just changing the voltage values to manual on a Sapphire Radeon RX 580 8 GB Pulse. Any ideas on where to start? I haven't done this before. Are your voltage values the same at default?

Can you post GPU-Z screen?
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Newest driver does not support 6 cards. 5 max.

Might need to mod old drivers if AMD doesn't fix it soon.
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Can you post GPU-Z screen?

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Any information, thoughts, or ideas about the Sapphire PULSE RX 570 ITX?



And more generally, how is undervolting on Polaris and AMD's drivers/etc. these days? I'd be looking to reduce volts (possibly clocks too if necessary) to get noise levels down from the lower power draw.

I need an card under 220 mm. AMD, for FreeSync. Does anybody else have a short Polaris card?
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That's the only Polaris 10 card that's short besides the exactly 220mm long single fan XFX RX 470. It is highly unlikely for short PCBs due to 9.5" reference PCB and the higher power draw of Polaris 10 vs Polaris 11.

RX 460 has a few short ones including a low profile card.

The ITX RX 570 looks to have 4 power phases judging from the back of the PCB.

I'm not sure if the same cooler design was used as on the R9 285 but if it is it ought to be decent as it cooled a 175-225W card. (http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/sapphire_itx_compact_r9_285_oc/2.htm , http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/sapphire-radeon-r9-285-itx-compact,3973.html)
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That's the only Polaris 10 card that's short besides the exactly 220mm long single fan XFX RX 470. It is highly unlikely for short PCBs due to 9.5" reference PCB and the higher power draw of Polaris 10 vs Polaris 11.
I get the feeling like the XFX card may be 220 mm on the PCB but not including the shroud, which seems to overhang.
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RX 460 has a few short ones including a low profile card.
Yeah, I saw those, thanks. I'm not a big graphics guy but RX 460 is too far down. I should have specified Polaris 10, my bad.
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The ITX RX 570 looks to have 4 power phases judging from the back of the PCB.

I'm not sure if the same cooler design was used as on the R9 285 but if it is it ought to be decent as it cooled a 175-225W card. (http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/sapphire_itx_compact_r9_285_oc/2.htm , http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/sapphire-radeon-r9-285-itx-compact,3973.html)
Different cooler, based on the pictures. The design on the R9 285 seems to have more heatpipes and be more involved.
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That's the only Polaris 10 card that's short besides the exactly 220mm long single fan XFX RX 470. It is highly unlikely for short PCBs due to 9.5" reference PCB and the higher power draw of Polaris 10 vs Polaris 11.
I get the feeling like the XFX card may be 220 mm on the PCB but not including the shroud, which seems to overhang.
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RX 460 has a few short ones including a low profile card.
Yeah, I saw those, thanks. I'm not a big graphics guy but RX 460 is too far down. I should have specified Polaris 10, my bad.
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The ITX RX 570 looks to have 4 power phases judging from the back of the PCB.

I'm not sure if the same cooler design was used as on the R9 285 but if it is it ought to be decent as it cooled a 175-225W card. (http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/sapphire_itx_compact_r9_285_oc/2.htm , http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/sapphire-radeon-r9-285-itx-compact,3973.html)
Different cooler, based on the pictures. The design on the R9 285 seems to have more heatpipes and be more involved.

What infomation are you looking for? I have a few of those sitting in my basement.
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