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post #551 of 818
Guys, here a new Beta build with some news related to Vega:
- monitoring of GPU Hot Spot temperature
- monitoring of GPU SoC clock (for Gup wink.gif)
Download here: www.hwinfo.com/beta/hw64_559_3268.zip
post #552 of 818
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mumak View Post

Guys, here a new Beta build with some news related to Vega:
- monitoring of GPU Hot Spot temperature
- monitoring of GPU SoC clock (for Gup wink.gif)
Download here: www.hwinfo.com/beta/hw64_559_3268.zip

Thanks for reading other sensors.
But reading "GPU Chip Power " On my RX VEGA 56 is not correct.
The image is with the GPU in IDLE.

post #553 of 818
Yo @gupsterg gonna dump you some stuff... biggrin.gif

I have this additional soft table in the registry if you want to take a look:
Code:
"PP_PhmSoftWTTable"=hex:58,02,bf,03,a7,00,f3,01,00,00,00,00,c0,03,88,13,a7,00,\
  f3,01,01,00,00,00,58,02,bf,03,f4,01,88,13,02,00,00,00,c0,03,88,13,f4,01,88,\
  13,03,00,00,00,58,02,4e,03,a7,00,f3,01,00,00,00,00,4f,03,88,13,a7,00,f3,01,\
  01,00,00,00,58,02,4e,03,f4,01,88,13,02,00,00,00,4f,03,88,13,f4,01,88,13,03,\
  00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,\
  00,00,00,00,00,00

It is not present in the bios.
You can find some strings of it in the kernel:
Code:
PhwVega10_WatermarksForClocksRangesEx
PP_PhmSoftWTTable
PP_PhmSoftWTTable value is too short to be a Watermark Table
readVega10WaterMarkTableFromRegistry


Moar soft regkeys from kernel:
Code:
PP_PhmSoftAvfsVoltages
PP_PhmSoftAvfsBtcVRConfig


Possible Vega10 VBIOS inside the kernel @ 0227DE00 (fall update driver oct16)
Code:
06/29/17,16:24:46
113-D0501100-109a.FGL VEGA10.PCI_EXPRESS.HBM2
Vega10 A1 XTX AIR D05011 16GB 852e/945m 0.95V


From the new HWiNFO:
SoC clock idle: 600mhz
SoC clock 3d load: 1107mhz

Thanks for the update Mumak thumb.gif
Edited by asder00 - 10/22/17 at 7:35pm
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post #554 of 818

How to open this in Windows?
post #555 of 818
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Originally Posted by Leons View Post

Thanks for reading other sensors.
But reading "GPU Chip Power " On my RX VEGA 56 is not correct.
The image is with the GPU in IDLE.


Which drivers are you using and how much does it show under load ?
post #556 of 818
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Originally Posted by Mumak View Post

Which drivers are you using and how much does it show under load ?

post #557 of 818
Well, so SoC clock is 1107mhz - is it the reason we cannot oc hbm memory beyond 1107?
post #558 of 818
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Originally Posted by Leons View Post


Thanks, so you're running "Crimson ReLive Edition Beta for Windows 10 Fall Creators Update", right ?
This is a discrepancy in how AMD's drivers report power. Already discussed this with their engineers. Will add a workaround for this in the next build.
post #559 of 818
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Originally Posted by Mumak View Post

Thanks, so you're running "Crimson ReLive Edition Beta for Windows 10 Fall Creators Update", right ?
This is a discrepancy in how AMD's drivers report power. Already discussed this with their engineers. Will add a workaround for this in the next build.

That's right.
Thank you for your time and commitment.
Sorry my English (Bing translator).
post #560 of 818
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Originally Posted by Mumak View Post

Not quite sure since the logic behind this is hidden deep in the SMU firmware, but I believe this should be the hottest among all sensors in the GPU.
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mumak View Post

Guys, here a new Beta build with some news related to Vega:
- monitoring of GPU Hot Spot temperature
- monitoring of GPU SoC clock (for Gup wink.gif)
Download here: www.hwinfo.com/beta/hw64_559_3268.zip

Thank you. thumb.gif
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