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post #1501 of 1641 (permalink) Old 08-01-2019, 05:48 AM
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Well, for 200+ you will get a good gaming nvidia card that will sound like a helicopter and will be useless outside of gaming.
My overclocked Radeon VII is almost no noise and is in between 2080 and 2080TI, but it is perfect for both gaming and heavy video editing. And as bonus no useless rays included
Well , i dont need a card in my pc to sound like a train , i oc everything up to the limit , so most fans will spin at 100% while gaming , noice levels are horrific and its not just my pc , its my cooling fan now thats its summer season and especially the dogs outside that barks most of the time so i just learned to absolutely reject the noise by instinct! Xd

To be fair though i always custom curve my gpu fans to 100% when it hits 80c. If you fully oc at max voltage you are going to hit that on most aircooled cards.

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Depends on your noise tolerance, the Radeon VII is loud. I stopped using my computer until my water block arrived due to the loud stock heatsink.
My noise tolerance is infinite.

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Depends on your noise tolerance, the Radeon VII is loud. I stopped using my computer until my water block arrived due to the loud stock heatsink.
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Well , i dont need a card in my pc to sound like a train , i oc everything up to the limit , so most fans will spin at 100% while gaming , noice levels are horrific and its not just my pc , its my cooling fan now thats its summer season and especially the dogs outside that barks most of the time so i just learned to absolutely reject the noise by instinct! Xd

To be fair though i always custom curve my gpu fans to 100% when it hits 80c. If you fully oc at max voltage you are going to hit that on most aircooled cards.



My noise tolerance is infinite.
There is another possible approach. I realized that on 1080p gaming, the power consumption of the whole system is always less than 150 watts and fans on the card are silent.

But yeah, i am considering waterblock as well. Which is kinda ... stupid because I wanted air-cooled card precisely to get rid of water...

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Well , i dont need a card in my pc to sound like a train , i oc everything up to the limit , so most fans will spin at 100% while gaming , noice levels are horrific and its not just my pc , its my cooling fan now thats its summer season and especially the dogs outside that barks most of the time so i just learned to absolutely reject the noise by instinct! Xd

To be fair though i always custom curve my gpu fans to 100% when it hits 80c. If you fully oc at max voltage you are going to hit that on most aircooled cards.



My noise tolerance is infinite.
There is another possible approach. I realized that on 1080p gaming, the power consumption of the whole system is always less than 150 watts and fans on the card are silent.

But yeah, i am considering waterblock as well. Which is kinda ... stupid because I wanted air-cooled card precisely to get rid of water...
I was running at 2100Mhz/1250Mhz w/ 1.15v(used around 340w with PL set to 375w) during the cooler months but with the heat it required me to run all my fans at 2250 RPM(Gentle Typhoons). Which isn't really loud but I hate fan noise. I went down to 1v @ 1900Mhz/1250Mhz with all my fans set to 300 RPM.

The card with 1v is using between 130-230w depending on the load. I'm sure with the stock fan you might be able to reduce noise by quite a bit if you aren't aiming for 300w+

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I had to increase my fans from their normal quiet 500rpm to their maximum 1650rpm just to keep mine below 70c. The T junction still peaks over 100c.

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Hey guys, I finally got my Radeon VII installed. Hadn't had much time in windows yet, but running firestrike, the GPU clock is fluctating a lot. Default clock is 1801Mhz.

Is this normal behavior? I tried undervolting and also increasing power to 20% and same thing.

Here's a 3dmark run, VII is the lower score: https://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/20052800/fs/19316750

More detailed link (yes it says 2080 but it's VII): https://www.3dmark.com/fs/20052800

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post #1506 of 1641 (permalink) Old 08-07-2019, 03:52 PM
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August 2019 Foldathon!

Hello Radeon VII Owner's Club!

I apologize for potentially derailing otherwise productive conversation, but this will only take a moment (yes this is a canned message I'm using in other clubs too, sorry)

You might have noticed the banner link to the upcoming Foldathon, August 2019 Edition. The OCN Folding team has been losing 24/7 membership for some time, and to make up for that we encourage other OCN users to jump in for a couple of days and donate a little bit of CPU and GPU time to helping find a cure for a variety of diseases, notably various cancer's but also Alzheimer's and others. We'd really appreciate it if you would join us!

Link to the Foldathon is here: August 2019 Foldathon

Link to the Stanford [email protected] Website is here: [email protected] Windows Download Page

I promise it's easy to set up! You don't need to worry about changing driver's or anything like that. Just do the following:

1a. If you don't already have an FAH passkey, create one here: Passkey Request Form

1b. If you haven't had a passkey before, you might want to run this for a day or two leading up to the Foldathon in order to qualify for bonus points.

2. Download/install the installer: [email protected] Windows Download Page

3. Once installed it'll autorun, enter your account and passkey you just created, and enter "37726" as your team number for OCN

4. Once you have it working, head to the Foldathon page (linked above) to register!

After that, you're pretty much done! If you don't want your CPU to run you can either pause it individually or disable it completely in the advanced controller - Configure -> Slots -> Select CPU -> Select 'Remove' -> DONE.

This whole process will take less than ten minutes, I promise. Put that studly computer to work and help us out! You can always shut down or remove the FAH controller afterwards.

BTW - I am already running FAH on my VII without issue, just manually turn the fan up a hair and it's good to go.

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I've had my Radeon VII under water (Bykski) for a few weeks now. Fortunately I am not seeing any Tjunct temp spikes at the beginning of benchmarks. However, my voltage/clockspeed curve seems to be inferior to a lot of the cards here.

Right now I can get 2050 MHz (1200 MHz RAM) stable with 1.229v. That's bench stable and game stable. The two seem to go hand-in-hand with this card. Max tjunct during anything is around 72C (usually it stays closer to 70C). I'm using +20% power limit.

@ssj92

Fluctuating clocks are normal for Radeon VII. It's impossible to get fixed clockspeed.

@majestynl

Did you use Kryonaut when putting that EK block on your card, by any chance?

Watch this space for future . . . uh . . . stuff! Yeah. That.

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Did you use Kryonaut when putting that EK block on your card, by any chance?
Yep always using Kryonaut

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I've had my Radeon VII under water (Bykski) for a few weeks now. Fortunately I am not seeing any Tjunct temp spikes at the beginning of benchmarks. However, my voltage/clockspeed curve seems to be inferior to a lot of the cards here.

Right now I can get 2050 MHz (1200 MHz RAM) stable with 1.229v. That's bench stable and game stable. The two seem to go hand-in-hand with this card. Max tjunct during anything is around 72C (usually it stays closer to 70C). I'm using +20% power limit.

@ssj92

Fluctuating clocks are normal for Radeon VII. It's impossible to get fixed clockspeed.

@majestynl

Did you use Kryonaut when putting that EK block on your card, by any chance?




use the 1293+ pl mod
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Quote: Originally Posted by drmrlordx View Post
I've had my Radeon VII under water (Bykski) for a few weeks now. Fortunately I am not seeing any Tjunct temp spikes at the beginning of benchmarks. However, my voltage/clockspeed curve seems to be inferior to a lot of the cards here.

Right now I can get 2050 MHz (1200 MHz RAM) stable with 1.229v. That's bench stable and game stable. The two seem to go hand-in-hand with this card. Max tjunct during anything is around 72C (usually it stays closer to 70C). I'm using +20% power limit.

@ssj92

Fluctuating clocks are normal for Radeon VII. It's impossible to get fixed clockspeed.

@majestynl

Did you use Kryonaut when putting that EK block on your card, by any chance?
Your card is definitely power limited at 1229mV with a power limit of 300w(+20% PL) Use the +50% power mod to at least raise the PL to 375w.

With the recent weather I dropped from 2100Mhz/1250Mhz w/ 1150mV +50% 1950Mhz/1250Mhz w/ 1065mV.

The Radeon VII when within the power limit will only fluctuate a few mhz not drop by 100's when within the power limit.

Edit: Did a quick test using Time Spy stress test.

Radeon VII w/ 1218mV @ 2050Mhz/1200Mhz with a PL of 20% runs between 1950-1990Mhz and stays around 290w average 1980Mhz

Radeon VII w/ 1218mV @ 2050Mhz/1200Mhz with a PL of 50% runs between 1997-2015Mhz and stays around 305w average 2011Mhz max GPU power seen was 346w in Overwatch.

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