Originally Posted by whitrzac
It's literally the same as the Polaris cards.
GPU speed vs hex value for voltages, or you can change it to a MV value.
If you're talking about the DPM voltages, that method no longer works as newer AMD drivers read the ASIC Profiling Info on Polaris, so does the AMD Drivers still read DPM voltages on Fiji cause I'm trying to help a friend out.
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