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Theres nothing wrong with Afterburner and it's definitely not trash. Wattman and Navi is still not fully functional and the overlay will freeze and a known issue since launch. Not to mention the graphing in afterburner is far superior.

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I mean trashing the registry keys of the driver as to make it unstable even you tubing.

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Once you remove all the add on trash like After Buner I find noting wrong with the RX 5700 or any Driver AMD has made for the cards = no Blues Screens and this is 19.8.2

Also I really think it's time AMD used there own platforms for testing the drivers then Intel .

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Same here. Been undervolting my XT using Wattman on this driver and previous and never had any issue. I don't have any third party app installed. I put off getting a waterblock and used the funds to get another reference but a 5700 this time.

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Same here. Been undervolting my XT using Wattman on this driver and previous and never had any issue. I don't have any third party app installed. I put off getting a waterblock and used the funds to get another reference but a 5700 this time.
if I undervolt even a little, radeon setting crashes. stock it never crashes. rather frustrating. sometimes it will even send my monitors into power saving mode and I have to hard reset my pc

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if I undervolt even a little, radeon setting crashes. stock it never crashes. rather frustrating. sometimes it will even send my monitors into power saving mode and I have to hard reset my pc
With Wattman?

Do you lower the clocks as well?

The normal game clock boost is 1700 something. One profile i use is set to 1800MHz with 1v. Uses about 170w gaming. Temp stays below 90c. I used to use Auto Undervolt.

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Wattman crashes to much and resets to default. It has a lot of awesome features. What worries me about afterburner is seeing the clock jump up way beyond boost in GPU-z when a application crashes coupled with an OC. I don't think that happens with Wattman. idk if that's a valid concern about AB, it is in Beta a stage. MorePowerTools is definitely ftw. I wish they had a turn Wattman on and off toggle button at least until they fix it. So I could change settings like anti lag\RIS then turn it off.


If you are using AB and something crashes, it may reset your OC settings, you have to chose new settings for your clock\power\core etc, apply, then you can apply your old settings. Some kind of bug. Easily confirmed with GPU-Z.




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With Wattman?

Do you lower the clocks as well?

The normal game clock boost is 1700 something. One profile i use is set to 1800MHz with 1v. Uses about 170w gaming. Temp stays below 90c. I used to use Auto Undervolt.
yup with wattman. doesn't matter the max freq set. eventually it crashes, unless stock.

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yup with wattman. doesn't matter the max freq set. eventually it crashes, unless stock.
Did you figure out first the lowest voltage your card can handle(gaming) at stock?. For ex, my XT can not go any lower than 1012mv. Stock is 1200mv. At 1012mv, the card was boosting around 2000MHz.

Any lower than 1012, i had to adjust the clocks accordingly. For ex, 1800MHz @ 993mv.

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Did you figure out first the lowest voltage your card can handle(gaming) at stock?. For ex, my XT can not go any lower than 1012mv. Stock is 1200mv. At 1012mv, the card was boosting around 2000MHz.

Any lower than 1012, i had to adjust the clocks accordingly. For ex, 1800MHz @ 993mv.
Well, i'm currently trying 1946mhz @1044mV it ran heaven for a while. ran superposition bench once so far. going to find a 3dmark loop to try.

What do you test you undervolt with?

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Well, i'm currently trying 1946mhz @1044mV it ran heaven for a while. ran superposition bench once so far. going to find a 3dmark loop to try.

What do you test you undervolt with?
Those are good numbers. I use Firestrike for a quick test, then my games.

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