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post #151 of 1591 (permalink) Old 02-14-2019, 01:10 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by aerotracks View Post
Results with new driver, finally they fixed OC in Full screen mode. 2050MHz 1.15-1.16V stock fan 100% (stock volts 1.078V)

FS OC:
https://www.3dmark.com/fs/18315623


FSE OC:
https://www.3dmark.com/fs/18316147
Nice, thanks for share. Any results with link? just easier to compare, etc.

Still running stock thermal pad? any plans for mods to cooling/using non stock?
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Did the new drivers fixed OCing/Temp Monitoring?

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*Radeon WattMan may fail to apply memory clock changes on AMD Radeon VII.
*Radeon WattMan may display the incorrect max fan/temperature values for AMD Radeon VII."

https://www.amd.com/en/support/kb/re...rad-win-19-2-2
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Anyone knows this company?
https://www.innovationcooling.com/pr...und-1-5-grams/

I have been looking for a graphite thermal pad. They have one on offer, but its electrically conductive... so nothing i would use.

But their thermal grease looks interesting "on paper".

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https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews...n,5108-11.html

IMO, MX4 is very good and cheap and easy to find, if you want the best but can't use LM/Condactive paste then go for Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut.
Regarding the crbon Pad that Bromance have shown - I am interested too.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Hwgeek View Post
https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews...n,5108-11.html

IMO, MX4 is very good and cheap and easy to find, if you want the best but can't use LM/Condactive paste then go for Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut.
Regarding the crbon Pad that Bromance have shown - I am interested too.
In the specific case of Radeon VII:

a) Thermal greases or liquid metals may allow better thermal conductivity, but are not ideal for the cores which are prone to suffer from hotspots.
A single bubble would mean need to reapply the paste, or hope that heating it up might make it pop out... I can imagine to mount the cooler, in low-pressure environment where any air bubbles will leave the compound.

b) Original carbon pad has 45 watt/kelvin.meter
In normal circumstances, only liquid metal or metal pads can be used as a replacement. I would like to avoid electrically conductive or corrosive materials.

c) Original thermal pad was applied using acrylic glues
Its too viscous so its almost sure it trapped air bubbles. If you was lucky enough, your Tjunctions will not be higher than 10°C compared to GPU Temp, but for now it seems that most tested cards have at least 25°C delta.

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Have you tested the latest driver?
*Radeon WattMan may display the incorrect max fan/temperature values for AMD Radeon VII."
Maybe the WattMan just shaws incorrect TJmax values?
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Quote: Originally Posted by Hwgeek View Post
Have you tested the latest driver?
*Radeon WattMan may display the incorrect max fan/temperature values for AMD Radeon VII."
Maybe the WattMan just shaws incorrect TJmax values?
Will check later today, but the curve how the temperatures were increasing looked real.

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Nice, thanks for share. Any results with link? just easier to compare, etc.

Still running stock thermal pad? any plans for mods to cooling/using non stock?
Hey man, all stock except 100% fan. I will switch to watercooling eventually, but for now no plans to mod.
I'm not sure on the OC result, cards with lower stock volts seem to be doing much better in clocks department.
Also, Result links are already there in the post you quoted

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I have been looking for a graphite thermal pad. They have one on offer, but its electrically conductive... so nothing i would use.
Do note that since graphite itself is a conductor, all pure graphite pads are consequently conductive.

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The new drivers fixed the issues with clocks not applying in fullscreen, no issues with temp reporting so far. Also didn't see performance gains in firestrike from the new driver, my best graphics score is still 33K on the old driver.
https://www.3dmark.com/fs/18314984

Using the curve for clocks is unstable even with higher voltages, not sure what is going on there.

How are your cards clocking? I'm hitting a bit of a wall above 2100 that is going to need more voltage and a higher power limit
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