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post #51 of 57 (permalink) Old 01-08-2019, 08:15 PM
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*Note 18.12.3 on Vega Frontier Edition

Timing and fan controls are completely missing in wattman. There may be other issues that I haven't discovered yet. As a workaround, use OverdriveNTool 0.2.8 Beta 1. It's taking my clock settings and appears to be a decent workaround.
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Oh right I was to post pics that tool is totally broken for me.

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Yeah I tried a FE things but this is what worked for me. Now I just need a get ahold of a Morpheus 2 cooler or that watercooled setup I had in mind for like $400

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I pretty much built my entire water cooling setup for about $200. I knew I had to do it on the cheap after what I paid for the card. I also knew I had to get this thing cool because it's a flamethrower otherwise.

I can tell you the Vega Frontier is a whole different animal on water. Much more stable and tolerant. You can throw 400w of power at it no problem.

My mutant water cooling setup consists of a XSPC water block, a cheap $25 standalone 12v pump for PC's, many many many yards of 3/8" clear silicone tube, a reservoir from a Ford truck, and a serpentine condensor from a broken dehumidifier complete with a shroud and a 8" 110v fan with a cheap fan controller that I keep on the lowest setting (12w). System capacity is about 2 liters.

The condensor/radiator is in my basement where it stays nice and chilly. I see idle temps as low as 19c and running temps reaching no higher than 38c at over 1700mhz.

If a Morpheus 2 won't cover all of the VRM's, both HBM2 stacks and the die, don't bother. The profile of Vega cards are insane. One component is never the same height as the others. These cards are so intolerant to heat, if I could find a way to mount the whole card outside the case, I would.

After this driver install I'm trashing most of the fastest Vega 64's in TimeSpy. Don't mind the slow CPU.
https://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/2...7/spy/5737090#


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Very nice yeah I was thinking of this setup for water since I have a Corsair 1000D.

https://www.alphacool.com/shop/neue-...vega-m01-black


https://www.alphacool.com/shop/new-p...-420-cpu-black

But I'll be putting a 280 on the GPU

The CPU is my i9 7980Xe.

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Very nice yeah I was thinking of this setup for water since I have a Corsair 1000D.

https://www.alphacool.com/shop/neue-...vega-m01-black


https://www.alphacool.com/shop/new-p...-420-cpu-black

But I'll be putting a 280 on the GPU

The CPU is my i9 7980Xe.

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If you want a nice looking self contained system like that, I can't blame you. But I'm warning you, that Vega is going to saturate that system very quickly. I've had stability problems at 62c on stock clocks and 45c when really pushing it hard on benchmarks. If you can get a big radiator in a remote location, it would be better. Radiators and heater cores for cars make great coolers and often are much cheaper per square inch.
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Yeah if I a basement or least a way of doing a separate chiller I'd put the rad outside lol -45c here most days.

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Yesterday the 18.12.1 drivers started crashing on me. Went back to 18.11.1 drivers and it is stable again and running cooler because the fans are running faster again.

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