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Guys with the latest 17.9.2 im getting far best score at least at f.s. close to 26.000 g.score thumb.gif
Need to do more test at games too

https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/22287057?
post #2252 of 5301
There is a rumor on r/AMD that the new drivers gimp RX Vega 56 flashed to 64 BIOS. If anyone has any proof of this please let us know.
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There is a rumor on r/AMD that the new drivers gimp RX Vega 56 flashed to 64 BIOS. If anyone has any proof of this please let us know.

One person reported it and it's highly doubtful. If anything, AMD addressed whatever issue was allowing people to basically cheat benchmarks by pushing the card so high it wasn't rendering everything and that's why his scores changed.
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I guess will try out when my card comes in this afternoon and post update later..
I have been called a mad man before..lol
Really not fan boy but like new tech and want the little guys to do good after all competition benefits everyone.
Can't sell 1080 ti till I get a liquid cooled 64 when price is dropped to normal levels..
I happen to get 56 one for launch price so I jumped on it and will flash to 64 bios..
post #2255 of 5301
PCIe 2.0 Comparison 390X

1200mhz core like 1700mhz memory

With Tesselation

Without Tesselation


post #2256 of 5301
Hello All

Can you please confirm me that Vega supports PLP (portrait,landscape,portrait)?

Thanks in advance
post #2257 of 5301
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Seems like my issues maybe CPU related rather than GPU related. Will investigate further.

EDIT: Back on my R9 290 until my new rig is ready. Too much risk I could damage the Vega in my current rig.

This is what I thought also but I'm starting to suspect that my issues are related to the drivers and power states. At full load, BF1 ect., absolutely stable. I believe my crashes are occurring when in power states are transitioning at low frequency, at the end of a benchmark, in a game which uses less power ect.

I thought it may be possible that Vega was putting more strain on either the memory or memory controller until I returned my system memory to factory specs and ended up crashing again. Tempted to try 17.7.1/2 as people are recommending it for Vega.

Next crash will be followed up with disabling ULPS (if that even works), if that fails I'll install the old drivers and then upping the chipset voltage.
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Driver crashed before the video card... managed to capture that... mmmm... 1792 boost of doom mad.gif


This seems to confirm what I have suspected, boost clocks just start to run away. I suspect its when the workload drops suddenly due to pipe-lining issues, then when it picks up a workload it can't roll back the clocks fast enough and then you crash. Anyone try the new driver update yet?
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post #2259 of 5301
Built my full loop this past weekend with my 64 Air card. I haven't done much tweaking since I've been busy this week, but I flashed the LC bios. The card would crash at stock LC bios clocks so I dropped p7 down to 1702 with stock voltages until I have time to work out the best settings. The card already outperforms my LC card at stock settings with the 17.9.1 driver. Also worth noting, I have no difference in performance between 17.9.2 and the previous driver at the current settings.

LC 64 - +50% Power Limit - Stock core - HBM 1100:


Air 64 w/LC Bios - +50% Power limit - p7 at 1702 - HBM 1100:


17.9.2:

Edited by kundica - 9/22/17 at 1:38pm
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Originally Posted by kundica View Post

Built my full loop this past weekend with my 64 Air card. I haven't done much tweaking since I've been busy this week, but I flashed the LC bios. The card would crash at stock LC bios clocks so I dropped p7 down to 1702 with stock voltages until I have time to work out the best settings. The card already outperforms my LC card at stock settings with the 17.9.1 driver. Also worth noting, I have no difference in performance between 17.9.2 and the previous driver at the current settings.

I'd be interested to see your bench without 4k settings.
I have a 64 air cooled FE with AIO bios (with an EK block), +50 poweer and 1750, 995 HBM.
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