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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 03-18-2020, 08:26 PM - Thread Starter
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RX 570 Overclocking Issues

New here. I have searched google and here and cannot seem to find an answer for my issue. Hopefully someone can help me figure out what's going on or if I have done something wrong. My XFX RX 570 wont go above 1342MHz in testing and playing Hitman 2 (only game I am playing currently). I have state 6 @1375 and state 7(max) @1390. Undervolted @ 1000mV (tried this to see if helped but it acts the same if it was at 1150mV). VRAM is @1985 MHz. Power limit at+50%. It is stable, no glitches or issues in any of the benchmark tests I have ran and runs Hitman 2 at average of 55-60FPS with no problems, but no matter what, clock speed never goes above 1342MHz. Temp stays at or below 70C and CPU never goes above 55C. Any ideas on what is preventing it from going to max clock speed would be awesome. I know some of my components need updated and maybe that's part of the problem? I am new to overclocking and this is my first try at it. Using Heaven and Superposition for benchmarks and monitoring with Wattman as well. Computer specs:

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I always use MSI Afterburner but many are using Wattman

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in my opinion your psu is not enough for your configuration, i have a rx 570 msi armor 8gb oc and i can stage 15 at 1999 MHz stable only with 35% of manage power, but get 77C !
try to lower your power and try it .

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in my opinion your psu is not enough for your configuration, i have a rx 570 msi armor 8gb oc and i can stage 15 at 1999 MHz stable only with 35% of manage power, but get 77C !
try to lower your power and try it .

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There is nothing wrong with the output of his PSU, its a quality unit. I highly suspect that would be causing issues. A system like that would rarely see above even 500 watts with the gpu and cpu in full 100% load.

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what is the gpu temp in furmark? fps?
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I had the exact same specs months ago, 580 tho, I'm 100% sure the 8320 is bottlenecking the gpu.

My tip is to oc the crap out of everything, you mobo is very capable!

Before you start tho, you need a good cooler and a fan on the VRM heatsink (next to the cpu), if you don't have any, I wouldn't go over 1.35v(4.2ghz maybe).

Try this settings for the rams: 2133 10-12-11-30-41(its under the auto ns), 2T, ram 1.65v and cpu/nb 1.3v. Test this with memtest86*

For the CPU I was able to hit 4.4ghz 1.4325 and 4.5ghz 1.475v, if you got luck 1.45v 4.5ghz is a good spot. Test with prime95 smallest ffts for about an hour~.

Also CPU/NB-HT frequency is really important, change it only after you got a stable oc. Mine was stable with 2400 on both. Test with prime95 too.
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Quote: Originally Posted by DAM20 View Post
I had the exact same specs months ago, 580 tho, I'm 100% sure the 8320 is bottlenecking the gpu.

My tip is to oc the crap out of everything, you mobo is very capable!

Before you start tho, you need a good cooler and a fan on the VRM heatsink (next to the cpu), if you don't have any, I wouldn't go over 1.35v(4.2ghz maybe).

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Also CPU/NB-HT frequency is really important, change it only after you got a stable oc. Mine was stable with 2400 on both. Test with prime95 too.
The gpu clock is not tied to the cpu clocks not sure how this would help. I would advise to try MSI Afterburner as stated before. Maybe even do a clean driver install make sure to manually go in and delete previous files.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Ricardinho55 View Post
in my opinion your psu is not enough for your configuration, i have a rx 570 msi armor 8gb oc and i can stage 15 at 1999 MHz stable only with 35% of manage power, but get 77C !
try to lower your power and try it .

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I have FX 8320 OC 4.7GHz-1.428V and RX 570 1400/2000 running on Corsair CX 500W.


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Quote: Originally Posted by amder View Post
The gpu clock is not tied to the cpu clocks not sure how this would help. I would advise to try MSI Afterburner as stated before. Maybe even do a clean driver install make sure to manually go in and delete previous files.
If the gpu never go over a certain % coz of bottleneck, is related to the cpu. In this case the 570 can't hit full clocks.

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