Are we able to run power limits above +50 safely on these cards? or does it even work?
Answer : yes it seems to work must have been another setting that caused me to not be able last night.
My liquid devil after some testing with MPT last night was hitting right around 2250mhz core 950 memory - set at 2300mhz 1325mv - 950 mem with a bowed upwards power curve "1550mhz-1094mv"
update: Up around 2270 mhz moving power limit up to +75/+80.
when i changed my mhz max above 2300 i was seeing the core jump to 2350mhz in the limited failed tests i seen not sure why it was just doing 50mhz leaps all the sudden but i assume its running into a voltage / power limit because the test become unstable there quickly.
update: Assuming this is still going to happen haven't found it stable when trying to push past 2325 in wattman
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Last edited by sf101; 02-08-2020 at 02:47 PM.
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Is it just me or does Wattman and MorePowerTool adjust core freq diffrently? in Wattman I set the volt to 1050mv and Core freq to 2000mhz on my RX 5700 XT and i get 5200p in Superposition.
If i set the Core voltage to 1050mv and core freq to 2000mhz in MorePowerTool i get only 4900p in the same test... You can change the GFX Core Freq and your overall max core Freq in MorePowerTool, is that the diffrence then?