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What are your clocks on RX 5700? (Bios Flashed XT)

Hey Y'all,


I am new here so sorry if this does not belong. I am also new to overclocking so things maybe obvious for you but not me.



I just purchased an MSI Evoke RX 5700 OC and I flashed the vBIOS to XT and I am excited to get some gains. I been playing around with WattMan and trying to find a good baseline for my Undervolt and Overclock.


So far, this is what I have done.


2085mhz (2050mhz in game with spikes to 2077)
1.11mV
90% Max Fan Speed (it gets loud but I don't mind)
+20% Power Limit (maxed)
1820mhz VRAM mem clock
GPU Temp stays under 70c
Highest Junction Temp is 80-82c


Is this decent? Average? crappy? I have no idea because I cannot seem to find any body else with a baseline UV/OC with RX 5700 Flashed XT.


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I have a Reference 5700 and it only has one BIOS, so it is risky messing with BIOS flashing. Isn't it the Evoke that had a flaw with cooling? So yours got fixed?

I see the base before flashing is about 1700MHz core. At 2000MHz, that's a 300MHz oc, which i think should really be very close to a stock XT. I've seen one or two flashed 5700 surpass my stock XT in Firestrike Graphics score. Do you mind running that bench?

Here is my Stock reference XT's score

https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/40825895

and my stock reference 5700.

https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/43934770

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Non flashed, reference 5700 XT under watercooling and i can run at 2200+ but it starts getting a tad iffy since i havn't upped the voltage

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Quote: Originally Posted by rdr09 View Post
I have a Reference 5700 and it only has one BIOS, so it is risky messing with BIOS flashing. Isn't it the Evoke that had a flaw with cooling? So yours got fixed?

I see the base before flashing is about 1700MHz core. At 2000MHz, that's a 300MHz oc, which i think should really be very close to a stock XT. I've seen one or two flashed 5700 surpass my stock XT in Firestrike Graphics score. Do you mind running that bench?

Here is my Stock reference XT's score

https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/40825895

and my stock reference 5700.

https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/43934770
Sorry for the uber late reply, I just seen this after i shut down for the night.

I will be sure to run a firestrike tomorrow and post results.

I'm assuming they will be some where in between your reference stock 5700 and reference stock 5700XT.

And flashing is simple and easy. It's really just a matter of downloading the bios flash file and flashing it with a few simple commands in command prompt. Its pretty much fool proof if you follow this guide: https://youtu.be/a7RvCWUwc8M

There are many youtube videos how to do it as well. The file you would need to download from tech power up database.

I was in the market for a 2070 but after I read that the 5700 comes close to it in performance after flashing and overclocking, I was sold on it.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Rayleyne View Post
Non flashed, reference 5700 XT under watercooling and i can run at 2200+ but it starts getting a tad iffy since i havn't upped the voltage
Oh damn that is nice. Did you undervolt at all or stock 1.2mV voltage?

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Quote: Originally Posted by CabanaBanana View Post
Oh damn that is nice. Did you undervolt at all or stock 1.2mV voltage?
Stock voltage

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Oh damn that is nice. Did you undervolt at all or stock 1.2mV voltage?
Stock voltage
Highest boost the clocks will allow me to set is 2150 but I don't think I'll be able to come close to that while undervolting. I'm still not entirely sure how undervolt makes for better performance but as I've seen from optimum tech on YouTube and hardware unboxed, it does.

I was always under the impression, more voltage allows for higher clocks which allows for more performance.

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Highest boost the clocks will allow me to set is 2150 but I don't think I'll be able to come close to that while undervolting. I'm still not entirely sure how undervolt makes for better performance but as I've seen from optimum tech on YouTube and hardware unboxed, it does.

I was always under the impression, more voltage allows for higher clocks which allows for more performance.
Most definitely you need 1.2v for such clocks.

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Highest boost the clocks will allow me to set is 2150 but I don't think I'll be able to come close to that while undervolting. I'm still not entirely sure how undervolt makes for better performance but as I've seen from optimum tech on YouTube and hardware unboxed, it does.

I was always under the impression, more voltage allows for higher clocks which allows for more performance.
Most definitely you need 1.2v for such clocks.
And with such high clock running 1.2 volts, I'll be looking at some crazy high temperatures correct? It would probably be downclocking it self more than anything from the heat.

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I have a Reference 5700 and it only has one BIOS, so it is risky messing with BIOS flashing. Isn't it the Evoke that had a flaw with cooling? So yours got fixed?

I see the base before flashing is about 1700MHz core. At 2000MHz, that's a 300MHz oc, which i think should really be very close to a stock XT. I've seen one or two flashed 5700 surpass my stock XT in Firestrike Graphics score. Do you mind running that bench?

Here is my Stock reference XT's score

https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/40825895

and my stock reference 5700.

https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/43934770



So after running firestrike bench I am gonna post my current OC and temps along with score below:
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