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post #11 of 45 (permalink) Old 12-21-2018, 01:04 PM
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Does the idle fan off bug only happen when you enable a custom fan curve, or does it happen regardless of touching the fan settings in 18.12.2 and 18.12.3?
Only when using Manual Curve.

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post #12 of 45 (permalink) Old 12-21-2018, 04:16 PM
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I'd highly recommend using OverclockNtool instead of wattman. Setup a profile that disables all pstates except p7 / p3 and undervolt overclock from there. It will be as steady as you're ever going to get it. When out of the game just reset back to factory.
I would except it doesn't work just errors and even with tinkering admin mode they just reset the values.

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I'd highly recommend using OverclockNtool instead of wattman. Setup a profile that disables all pstates except p7 / p3 and undervolt overclock from there. It will be as steady as you're ever going to get it. When out of the game just reset back to factory.
Thats a terrible way to do it, which i do not recommend. Disabling the other states is always bringing problems. Wattman actually is way better than such annoying tools.

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Yeah it's worked to help drop temps by 25c by undervolting

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I'd highly recommend using OverclockNtool instead of wattman. Setup a profile that disables all pstates except p7 / p3 and undervolt overclock from there. It will be as steady as you're ever going to get it. When out of the game just reset back to factory.
Thats a terrible way to do it, which i do not recommend. Disabling the other states is always bringing problems. Wattman actually is way better than such annoying tools.
It's the only way I've been gaming with my vega 64. Holds the most steady clock speed. Never any fluctuation with hbm speed. 1670/ 1150 @ 1050mv no stability issues. If you haven't tried it like that then why hate? It doesn't cause any issues. Come out of the game hit reset. Takes 1 literal second lol.

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It's the only way I've been gaming with my vega 64. Holds the most steady clock speed. Never any fluctuation with hbm speed. 1670/ 1150 @ 1050mv no stability issues. If you haven't tried it like that then why hate? It doesn't cause any issues. Come out of the game hit reset. Takes 1 literal second lol.
How'd you disable the states in OverclockNTool?
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How'd you disable the states in OverclockNTool?
States are getting disabled, when you put same voltage and clocks on all of them, matching the last one.

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Thats a terrible way to do it, which i do not recommend. Disabling the other states is always bringing problems. Wattman actually is way better than such annoying tools.
That annoying tool gives you direct access to the same power tables that wattman manipulates. It works perfectly fine when used properly and allows for much finer tweaking and control. Disabling P states isn't something I would do either but the tool itself isn't to blame for improper use

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That annoying tool gives you direct access to the same power tables that wattman manipulates. It works perfectly fine when used properly and allows for much finer tweaking and control. Disabling P states isn't something I would do either but the tool itself isn't to blame for improper use
Not denying that the tool works good. Its just getting a bit useless, when Wattman supports the same features. Conflicts with 3rd party programs always exists.

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The GCN architecture should run ray tracing pretty well. It would funny if they were to just add ray tracing to the drivers.

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