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post #1731 of 1783 (permalink) Old 11-07-2019, 07:47 PM
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THX to CMMChris from IgorsLab community and the information he gave me, i was able to fix VII overclocking with MPT. I didn't realize that there was another active cap on the max frequency, i fixed that. I also added DPM6 and DPM7 for GFX, so the last three states are editable now. Should do the trick.
MPT v1.1.1 should be online sometime tomorrow.
Thanks for the update, are you saying we'll be able to modify DPM6 and DPM7 on the Radeon VII? The Radeon VII goes up to DPM8

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post #1732 of 1783 (permalink) Old 11-07-2019, 10:09 PM
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THX to CMMChris from IgorsLab community and the information he gave me, i was able to fix VII overclocking with MPT. I didn't realize that there was another active cap on the max frequency, i fixed that. I also added DPM6 and DPM7 for GFX, so the last three states are editable now. Should do the trick.

MPT v1.1.1 should be online sometime tomorrow.


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Maybe a driver that doesn't break overclocking?
I just wanted to chime in as a V64 owner. That AMD have also basically blocked 56/64 owners from using the 64 liquid bios by causing extreme throttling on drivers newer than 19.1.2. And remember 17.1.1 breaking HBM OC on Fiji?



Anyone smell a rat yet? I think its time we got the tech media in on this and started putting some pressure on AMD.

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Quote: Originally Posted by hellm View Post
THX to CMMChris from IgorsLab community and the information he gave me, i was able to fix VII overclocking with MPT. I didn't realize that there was another active cap on the max frequency, i fixed that. I also added DPM6 and DPM7 for GFX, so the last three states are editable now. Should do the trick.
MPT v1.1.1 should be online sometime tomorrow.

This is ingenious! We were using MorePowerTools for increasing PowerLimit cap. Now we are stuck at the default max frequency with newer drivers. Now let's increase the default value for the frequency using the MPT!

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Yeah, MPT works along 19.1.1. DDUed 19.5.2, installed 19.1.1, saved the bios with GPUz, loaded the bios into MPT, and set only GFX Maximum to 1900, saved the file, write sppt, then rebooted. I also set 1900 in wattman and well, is working. I'm getting clocks in the 180XXMHz now and before was was locked to 17XXMHz. If I set 1901 it does not and goes back to the 17XXMHz range.

Gonna keep testing with higher clocks.

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Yeah, MPT works along 19.1.1. DDUed 19.5.2, installed 19.1.1, saved the bios with GPUz, loaded the bios into MPT, and set only GFX Maximum to 1900, saved the file, write sppt, then rebooted. I also set 1900 in wattman and well, is working. I'm getting clocks in the 180XXMHz now and before was was locked to 17XXMHz. If I set 1901 it does not and goes back to the 17XXMHz range.

Gonna keep testing with higher clocks.
Me too! I took my first crack at the tool, and I'm boosting to 1954 on the latest drivers. Still nowhere near the 2100 I was boosting before, but baby steps. I'm totally unfamiliar with this MPT stuff, but it works well so far.

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Great.

Remember, this is similar to a BIOS mod. No Wattman required.

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It's a registry edit isn't it? The power play table stuff. So if you wipe your drivers you wipe the mod.
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@hellm so let me ask something.. if wattman is not needed needed, then I should uninstall and then install it to leave the tab global wattman untouched or any configuration made in there will be overwritten by MPT? And, as I undervolt my card, how can I know how much less SoC will I need? Just testing, or, there's somewhere where I can start reading something about?

Many thanks for your time, and tool!

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Yes, the registry edit, that works like a BIOS-mod, 'cause we are overwriting the complete PowerPlay table. Will be gone by deleting the SPPT or installing a new driver.

No, wattman configuration will stay. Maybe it won't make any sense anymore for the driver, because the card has suddenly different stock clock rates and limits and whatever you edit with MPT. So, i would recommend to delete all software oc settings before changing anything.

I don't know how to read SoC voltage, i would try hwinfo. I can't give any advice about oc or uv or whatever settings, i don't own a Radeon VII. That's up to you and the community.

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