I should have checked the Review thread on the RX 5700 XT but the Super-Super fanboys have made it hard to read.
Originally Posted by AlphaC
https://www.igorslab.media/morepower...king-software/ "The program changes the upper and lower limits of the Wattman settings or blocks input options or releases them. However, the software does not replace the Wattman from the Radeon software or other overclocking tools, but extends their input options instead! But what is absolutely necessary: the program must be started as administrator!"
It works, like a damn charm. Basically it lets you change the limits in global wattman to whatever you want. If you set max memory with igors program to say 970 or the core to 1925 that's your new limit in wattman. While running benchmarks you can see the higher watts memory etc with radeons built in overlay. cntrl shift O
Last edited by treetops422; 08-04-2019 at 08:36 PM.
Why would we believe somebody with over ten years of professional scientific based published reviews using actual lab equipment when youtubers say other wise.
Same youtubers that are forcing 1.40v into Ryzen 3000 chips would never dump too many volts into 7nm Navi 10 chips.
you dropped the [/s] but in other note reviewers arent enthusiast enough or lack of knowledge to edit something, also most reviews compare performance with default bios/registry if most reviews tried to show the best of AMD cards most people wouldnt even think Vega 64 is slower than GTX 1080 or that a RX 5700 XT is slower than a RTX 2070
I want to know if this has any impact on VRAM OC. Are we going to have to wait for physical solder mods? The thing really screwing these cards is the hard lock on VRAM voltage from what have heard.
I've seen a few mentions around the web of people on water blocks getting 950-970mhz on the RAM which is amazing. Seems to be very temperature sensitive. I'd be curious to see how much better it could do with a voltage unlock. The 5700/XT seems to love memory overclocks from what I've seen.