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[GamerNexus/Buildzoid] AMD Radeon VII's Interesting VRM & PCB Layout


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So just about everything today is integrated onto the chip carrier and now the only thing you can talk about is the power supply(s). Things are getting thin here.
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So just about everything today is integrated onto the chip carrier and now the only thing you can talk about is the power supply(s). Things are getting thin here.
I am not understanding what you are trying to say. Are you referring to old day 20 years +?

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I am betting that this card gonna do 2100Mhz core!, then we gonna see good battle for $$$ vs 2080/2080TI.
since if MI60 can do 1800Mhz 24/7 for Years as professional GPU then there must be room for OCing with 60CU.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Hwgeek View Post
I am betting that this card gonna do 2100Mhz core!, then we gonna see good battle for $$$ vs 2080/2080TI.
since if MI60 can do 1800Mhz 24/7 for Years as professional GPU then there must be room for OCing with 60CU.
Not confident that will be a feasable oc level like that

I suppose that 2ghz will be a golden sample gpu, while average will settle in 1900-1950ish and it would still be a overkill oc for an amd gpu

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I am betting that this card gonna do 2100Mhz core!, then we gonna see good battle for $$$ vs 2080/2080TI.
since if MI60 can do 1800Mhz 24/7 for Years as professional GPU then there must be room for OCing with 60CU.

I agree. Vega64 reached 1600-1700MHz in overclockers hands,should at least get 2000MHz with Vega VII.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Redwoodz View Post
I agree. Vega64 reached 1600-1700MHz in overclockers hands,should at least get 2000MHz with Vega VII.
Wut...

The V64 is rated about 1550MHz, out of the box mine is capable of hitting 16XXMHz (don't remember if its 20 or 50).
But I hardly hear anyone with normal cooling solutions clocking beyond the 17XXMHz point.
I don't see how the VII that has specs 1750 being its rated boost clock to even reach 2000MHz with a OC. I think most people will end up at 18XXMHz mark.

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Wut...

The V64 is rated about 1550MHz, out of the box mine is capable of hitting 16XXMHz (don't remember if its 20 or 50).
But I hardly hear anyone with normal cooling solutions clocking beyond the 17XXMHz point.
I don't see how the VII that has specs 1750 being its rated boost clock to even reach 2000MHz with a OC. I think most people will end up at 18XXMHz mark.
I think so too. Vega 64 LC is 1750MHz part. This is 1800MHz. I can see people hitting 18XX and maybe some 19XX. AMD does not leave much room left for OC. Its 7nm part. If they did not push it would have been under <200W part but they had to push it to fight 2080.

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Stock: 1750ish under 4K load

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