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post #1431 of 1649 (permalink) Old 07-01-2019, 10:57 AM
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Anyone know if manufacturing issues have been sorted out with Bykski for the blocks?
Not sure what are these issues. I remember sometime ago at ocuk forum the guys where concerned about the clearence in between a component and the block (cause another brand had problems with it), so I checked and the distance is just more than fine. Besides this I don't remember or been into any problems.

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post #1432 of 1649 (permalink) Old 07-01-2019, 02:49 PM
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Are you playing Division? That's the only game so far I noticed those spikes. I'm not sure how boost works on the Radeon VII but Vega 10 always used to over boost.
I'm playing Division 2 maxed out (1920 x1 200 res) and have had no issues during game play or after. In fact, I've go no "gaming" issues. Just the odd wattman warning after waking the PC after long down times. As I said, it's like the card is causing the PC to crash while it's in sleep mode.

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Does anyone elses underclock in Radeon settings not save on restart?

It never lasts through restart, since the first driver version.

I wonder if thats normal?
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Not sure what are these issues. I remember sometime ago at ocuk forum the guys where concerned about the clearence in between a component and the block (cause another brand had problems with it), so I checked and the distance is just more than fine. Besides this I don't remember or been into any problems.

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Alphacool was the brand with the problems; which is what I have now.

Sifting through this thread I have seen a couple people mention there were some manufacturing issues with Bykski. To what extent I'm unsure.

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I installed the Byksy. Put in computer before attaching water just to be sure it booted and it is fine. No clearance issues. Contact area for cpu was flat. Testing for leaks now out of system. I use quick disconnects for gpu and radiator. So easy to install. I do not care for bling and neon lights. Will compare to my Alphacool with 360mm radiator. Had to do a little filling so the Eiswolf would fit, nothing major.
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It is wattman and not the card. If overclocked or undervolted set to stock for a while.
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It is wattman and not the card. If overclocked or undervolted set to stock for a while.
Perhaps you should learn to read a thread before posting.

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Tfw just bought the VII last month and now the 5700XT is out.

I feel a bit dumb ngl

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Tfw just bought the VII last month and now the 5700XT is out.

I feel a bit dumb ngl
Dont be too hard on yourself. Nobody expected such performance to come out of a midtier card.

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Dont be too hard on yourself. Nobody expected such performance to come out of a midtier card.
Well it performed pretty much exactly as expected and advertised, as opposed to what a few people claimed it *wouldn't*.

If you're putting the RVII under water, it's still significantly faster in a lot of games.

Though I doubt it will be as extreme as with the RVII, of course water OCs could result in huge uplift for the 5700XT too. We'll see.

You can argue it's not worth the price increase, as with the 2080Ti over the RVII. Keeping the RVII on air, definitely not worth it for gaming only IMO.

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