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post #621 of 1080 (permalink) Old 03-09-2019, 10:31 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by CarbonFire View Post
One day... Isn't x570 the first AMD designed board since they brought it back in house? I heard they had some issues.
in-house, Yes

i only require 2 or 3 on-board m.2 slots and built-in 10gb nic
Also asus bring back a formula board in itx package, ek full board block
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i only require 2 or 3 on-board m.2 slots and built-in 10gb nic

Also asus bring back a formula board in itx package, ek full board block
If they could manage a decent VRM on itx, that would be cool

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You're right. It probably doesn't make much sense to stick the 1080ti in there just for CUDA either. I have a 1070 and a few other more budget oriented Nvidia cards laying around that I could use instead. The few pieces of software I use that need CUDA don't really seem to take advantage of more powerful cards anyways.

Might make for some fun A-B testing though.
I'm not sure how Windows 10 handles things, but on Windows 7 running mixed GPUs, as long as the NVIDIA driver was installed first I had no issues. Right now I have a machine with a 980 and a 7990, and another machine with 2x Vega 64s, a Radeon VII, and a GTX 1070.


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I've managed to get my VII stable at 1801 MHz @ 920 mV. Hotspot temp is way, way more under control now, and the fans are much more tolerable. I think I'm hitting the limit of the card though, since anything below 920 mV won't finish Superposition.

I suppose the next step is to start trying to crank the clockspeed at this voltage, and find my "sweet spot" in terms of MHz and mV?

Also does OCing the memory do much? I wouldn't think so, since the bandwidth is just so huge.
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Sorry for going off topic....

I have numerous X79 OC Force systems with four AMD and Nvidia GPUs for BOINC use, neither company has excluded dual use systems.

But there can be issues with physical placement and the order in which drivers are installed.

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Quote: Originally Posted by CarbonFire View Post
If they could manage a decent VRM on itx, that would be cool

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I can't remember the name of the board but a manufacturer has the VRMs built upright on ITX so they have more real estate.

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I can't remember the name of the board but a manufacturer has the VRMs built upright on ITX so they have more real estate.


That would be the ASUS Impact mini-ITX boards.


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That would be the ASUS Impact mini-ITX boards.

I thought there was a Z390 variant that a manufacturer had made that offered the same thing but I might be thinking of the Impact series.

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I've managed to get my VII stable at 1081 MHz @ 920 mV. Hotspot temp is way, way more under control now, and the fans are much more tolerable. I think I'm hitting the limit of the card though, since anything below 920 mV won't finish Superposition.

I suppose the next step is to start trying to crank the clockspeed at this voltage, and find my "sweet spot" in terms of MHz and mV?

Also does OCing the memory do much? I wouldn't think so, since the bandwidth is just so huge.
I would re-test that using some real 3d game on high resolution.


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These are "defaults", power set to minus 20, RPM set to maximum - rest is automatic.

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Stress generation is Power Capped.
Ambient Temps: 21°C

IF temps on -20 settings even reach throttling temperatures in scenario above, the cooler would be inadequate. The goal should be to reach similar temperatures on Power +-0%.

This indicates that stock cooler is actually quite good, however it needs to be lapped and used with proper paste. This is fresh Arctic Silver 5, i applied it about an hour ago so it will need 2 more weeks to cure.
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Quote: Originally Posted by PriestOfSin View Post
I've managed to get my VII stable at 1081 MHz @ 920 mV. Hotspot temp is way, way more under control now, and the fans are much more tolerable. I think I'm hitting the limit of the card though, since anything below 920 mV won't finish Superposition.

I suppose the next step is to start trying to crank the clockspeed at this voltage, and find my "sweet spot" in terms of MHz and mV?

Also does OCing the memory do much? I wouldn't think so, since the bandwidth is just so huge.
First of all i think you made a typo with 1080mhz? Probably you mean 1800mhz? And secondly 920mv is really low. I bet its not game stable. For gaming mostly you need to ad 20-40mv (game dependent).
Anyways...still good voltage

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