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post #631 of 1080 (permalink) Old 03-10-2019, 10:13 PM
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Somebody help me out here,

Running Wattman's "Auto Undervolt GPU" I got a hard crash - Power off type. Here's what happened...

So I was playing Dragon Age: Inquisition because I know the game pushes a GPU (it did my R9 Fury). Sure enough while gaming the RVII's fans started ramping up. Quit the game and give Auto Undervolt a try. Back to the game 10 minutes in hard crash. Here's something else... when the PC started the screen was a static noise.

Anyway, what's a good starting point for undervolting? Don't want to replicate the above. Don't plan on using "auto" anymore.

Thanks

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Quote: Originally Posted by sygnus21 View Post
Somebody help me out here,

Running Wattman's "Auto Undervolt GPU" I got a hard crash - Power off type. Here's what happened...

So I was playing Dragon Age: Inquisition because I know the game pushes a GPU (it did my R9 Fury). Sure enough while gaming the RVII's fans started ramping up. Quit the game and give Auto Undervolt a try. Back to the game 10 minutes in hard crash. Here's something else... when the PC started the screen was a static noise.

Anyway, what's a good starting point for undervolting? Don't want to replicate the above. Don't plan on using "auto" anymore.

Thanks

System below...
All silicon is different, start at stock 1135mV and start going down by 10mV. On driver 19.3.1 mine is stable at 1950Mhz/1200Mhz with 1070mV.

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G-Skill 32GB 3200Mhz
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Samsung 850 Evo 1TB
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Samsung 850 Evo 500GB
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Quote: Originally Posted by sygnus21 View Post
Somebody help me out here,

Running Wattman's "Auto Undervolt GPU" I got a hard crash - Power off type. Here's what happened...

So I was playing Dragon Age: Inquisition because I know the game pushes a GPU (it did my R9 Fury). Sure enough while gaming the RVII's fans started ramping up. Quit the game and give Auto Undervolt a try. Back to the game 10 minutes in hard crash. Here's something else... when the PC started the screen was a static noise.

Anyway, what's a good starting point for undervolting? Don't want to replicate the above. Don't plan on using "auto" anymore.

Thanks

System below...
auto feature doesnt quite work yet, mine crashes with any adjustment other than manual
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Quote: Originally Posted by sygnus21 View Post
Somebody help me out here,



Running Wattman's "Auto Undervolt GPU" I got a hard crash - Power off type. Here's what happened...



So I was playing Dragon Age: Inquisition because I know the game pushes a GPU (it did my R9 Fury). Sure enough while gaming the RVII's fans started ramping up. Quit the game and give Auto Undervolt a try. Back to the game 10 minutes in hard crash. Here's something else... when the PC started the screen was a static noise.



Anyway, what's a good starting point for undervolting? Don't want to replicate the above. Don't plan on using "auto" anymore.



Thanks



System below...
Reset wattman settings, open valley benchmark windowed or any other you wish, and start decreasing voltage until you see glitches, then move the voltage bit up. Run some games, sometimes whatever you set in windowed mode doesn't mean will be fully stable in full screen.

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post #635 of 1080 (permalink) Old 03-11-2019, 07:47 AM
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Once my Radeon VII is under a full waterblock, I'll start testing the OCing ability.

I appreciate all of the info being posted about it's capacity with the stock cooler.

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Anyone has problem with RPM like this?

(6% and 3850rpm)...
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Quote: Originally Posted by Offler View Post
Anyone has problem with RPM like this?

(6% and 3850rpm)...

Are you using Wattman or Afterburner? I don't have this issue with Wattman.

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Are you using Wattman or Afterburner? I don't have this issue with Wattman.
Wattman.

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Wattman.

Custom fan curve profile? If so, reset your profile and see if it does it again. Also, make sure you have any other fan control programs for your card closed.

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