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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-21-2019, 10:19 AM - Thread Starter
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Asus amd radeon RX 5700 XT no stable overclock

Spent the last day trying to get a stable over OC with MSI afterburner, ASUS GPU TweakII, and WattMan however nothing's holding stable rather nothing significant. Benchmarking with Heaven and only seeing a 2-3 FPS difference.

Is this the standard for everyone else or did I just lose the lottery?
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A few questions:

Stock voltage?
Current stock Boost frequency?
Load junction temperature?

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Stock voltage is 1.2V
stock boost freq is 2044 pushed to 2100 for
memory freq from 1750 to 1770
stable 3% increase
90°C on the junction

it will run fine and the spike core clock to over 3000Mhz and crash best application response was ASUS GPU tweakII
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I use more power tool but can get good overclocks at stock using Wattman.

Slide memory up to 915, slider for core all the way to the right. I don't touch voltage and Power to 50% and maybe be a bit more agressive with the fans so it will hold higher clocks.

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Stock voltage is 1.2V
stock boost freq is 2044 pushed to 2100 for
memory freq from 1750 to 1770
stable 3% increase
90°C on the junction

it will run fine and the spike core clock to over 3000Mhz and crash best application response was ASUS GPU tweakII
Is it a specific game causing it to spike to 3000Mhz? Maybe Division 2? AMD needs to fix their boost algorithm. Vega 10 cards over-boost when the notice a non-intensive game. The Radeon VII I only noticed it in Division 2. I don't have a Navi card to test it's over-boost.

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that exactly what I did with MSI afterburner but anything past 2100 didnt crash but started to artifact. The blower cool seems to be running at 45% max and letting it run at 75°C. Are you saying that if I up the blower speed to 55 or 60% I can get more core clock out of it?
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It wasnt in a game it was during a stress test in heaven. I didnt get a stable enough OC worth loading and playing games.
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that exactly what I did with MSI afterburner but anything past 2100 didnt crash but started to artifact. The blower cool seems to be running at 45% max and letting it run at 75°C. Are you saying that if I up the blower speed to 55 or 60% I can get more core clock out of it?
Aside from your boosting issue that card is most likely being power throttled at 1.2v. UV the card or use a PP to increase the power target.

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Aside from your boosting issue that card is most likely being power throttled at 1.2v. UV the card or use a PP to increase the power target.
I currently have it set to +50 still using ASUS GPU TweakII. Going to give this as try now and screen shoot the problem if I can.
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So I am back and there is a few things here.

To get started here is the results of my test OC so far FINALLY a stable one.

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So I am getting 6.5 FPS increase from the OC as its set up. Looks like increasing the blower was the trick.


Here we have the monitor stats from running the benchmark.

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My major concern is that I don't see a value for power target status. Is this a problem how do i fix it?

This is my first GPU overclock am I on the right track? Is this a good gain or do I have safe room to push forward?
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