Hi, nice forum you have here. Registered to join the talk about the freshly baked navi cards in all their blowing glory...
The stuff from Igor makes me sorry I didn't pay closer attention in German class back in school! However google makes a splendid job of translating, example: "this does not end in extravagant stream orgies". Perfectly understandable!
Got the 5700 XT hooked up with a hybrid CLC and manages 2147 MHz at 51°C gpu temp with the 1,25V and +90% power mod. Draws about 250W in that state according to hwinfo. Got a nice little bump in Time Spy. There is one Dave-5767 over there who reported scores with 2244 MHz, pretty impressive.
Never done straight registry edits for GPUs before so it was surplisingly easy to implement the tweaks provided here. What do you guys think is the theoretical upper limit for extreme overclocking with these cards?
If you can set the same clocks with power mod for the non-xt is the difference between the cards in binning or something else, or is it plain vbios differentiation from the manufacturers side?
Ryzen 7 2700 @ 4.1 GHz, 16 GB GSKILL Trident Z RGB @ 3326 MHz CL14, ROG STRIX X470-I, ASUS RX 5700 XT, Samsung 970 EVO Plus 500GB, EVGA Supernova G2 750w, custom CLC "2 AIO 1 loop" (2x pump/block combo, 240+120 mm rad), Phanteks Evolv Shift X ITX, steady stream of coffee (for me, not the pc).