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post #21 of 80 (permalink) Old 12-29-2019, 06:00 PM
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I'd say the universal bench that's not CPU influenced is Superposition 1080P Extreme.

I'm anxious to see what a "crazy binned" Liquid Devil can do with an MPT overclock. No point running the stock OC since it's the same as reference @ 2150MHz.

Also, most of the time people don't understand that cooling is critical & irrelevant of OC. The way these cards boost is with thermal overhead, and you may see a "max" clock rate of 2000+ but the reality is without liquid cooling you're not staying at that clock rate for long.

The whole point of a liquid cooler is so you can maintain 2000+ clock rates throughout your benchmark rather than just a few seconds of it.

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run a firestrike ultra benchmark. When you set to 2250 what frequency are you actually getting
on my to do list lol
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what are you cooling it with to get such low temps?
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what are you cooling it with to get such low temps?
mother nature lol
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your ambient rather cold at the moment then.
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Word of warning

Found that PowerColor had a new bios for the LiquidDevil. So I downloaded and installed it along with the latest Adrenaline 2020 drivers. It appears to have addressed the basic issue but when I tried to use the tune feature of the new driver any change I made would get reset after applying the changes. Really strange behavior so I have reverted back to 2019 drivers. I have sent an e-mail to PowerColor requesting they provide me the ability to revert back to the original GPU bios.



At this point I would suggest anyone with the LiquidDevil stay away from this new bios. One other thing, the new bios does not change the bios version.


Edit: Did a little more evaluation of the new bios with the latest drivers. I can boost up to 2100MHz, possibly a bit more, but than I need to to be able to increase the voltage. As soon as I try to use SPPT's I can no longer control boosting. In fact I see the original issue where GPUz reports a boost frequency of 300MHz. So this new bios does enable you use the latest drivers you are limited in how much you can boost compared to using the 2019 drivers.

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Found that PowerColor had a new bios for the LiquidDevil. So I downloaded and installed it along with the latest Adrenaline 2020 drivers. It appears to have addressed the basic issue but when I tried to use the tune feature of the new driver any change I made would get reset after applying the changes. Really strange behavior so I have reverted back to 2019 drivers. I have sent an e-mail to PowerColor requesting they provide me the ability to revert back to the original GPU bios.



At this point I would suggest anyone with the LiquidDevil stay away from this new bios. One other thing, the new bios does not change the bios version.


Edit: Did a little more evaluation of the new bios with the latest drivers. I can boost up to 2100MHz, possibly a bit more, but than I need to to be able to increase the voltage. As soon as I try to use SPPT's I can no longer control boosting. In fact I see the original issue where GPUz reports a boost frequency of 300MHz. So this new bios does enable you use the latest drivers you are limited in how much you can boost compared to using the 2019 drivers.
hey where did you download it from i cant find the link
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hey where did you download it from i cant find the link
You can find it on the "Latest News" tab of the PowerColor website.

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