Originally Posted by Spacebug
I'm using a handy editor for softpowerplay table created by a fellow OCN member Halsafar i think it was.
Links should be in the vega preliminary bios... Thread i think.
But be shure to check performance afterwards, i got negative performance scaling past 1.2V vcore on my vega64, probably due to the boost algorithm sensing too high current consumption and decided to decrease maintained coreclock.
Tried fixing that through software but soon gave up in favor of a hardmod to the cards current sense circuit.
Is there a way to completely un-restrain Vega64 from any power limits like Steve did with his Vega56 in this video:
by only editing the power play tables? I just wanna get rid of any power limits FIRST, before looking into cranking up the voltage. As I can see they can push Vega56 to a power consumption of 447W
, which if that's possible, I can probably go higher with my Vega64. I have enough headroom to go far. Currently, my power play table looks like this:
The bold numbers are what I changed. It's what Buildzoid (rip spelling) had in his power play table when he was flashing his 2 Vega cards in Xfire. In my power offset, I can go to upto 150% (in Wattman). I do however find that while benchmarking, the GPU-only power, measured by MSI afterburner, can go up to 375W.
The question is - is there any other limit on this power play table that I am hold down on?