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03-03-2019 03:12 AM
BTViolence
Quote: Originally Posted by cplifj View Post
lol, everybody making noise about bad amd drivers, when i for one am seeing much improvements.

There are so many possibilities, do you run in legacy or uefi ? Do you use Hyper-V or Virtualisation based security ? Is your bios/uefi really up to date (latest vendor bios don't neceserally mean it is all latest firmware) ? Are you sure your pc is clean from malwares (check again even if you think it is) ?

Also appear to be the "overclockers" (kuch) who seem to have the most problems. Just cool the card and let it go by itself, these are not meant for useroverclocking cause the onboard tech does it way better then any of you bozos.

Worthless comment there, chief.

I reckon you take the recommendation of rolling back if all other factors have remained the same.
02-21-2019 01:42 PM
0451
Quote: Originally Posted by cplifj View Post
lol, everybody making noise about bad amd drivers, when i for one am seeing much improvements.

There are so many possibilities, do you run in legacy or uefi ? Do you use Hyper-V or Virtualisation based security ? Is your bios/uefi really up to date (latest vendor bios don't neceserally mean it is all latest firmware) ? Are you sure your pc is clean from malwares (check again even if you think it is) ?

Also appear to be the "overclockers" (kuch) who seem to have the most problems. Just cool the card and let it go by itself, these are not meant for useroverclocking cause the onboard tech does it way better then any of you bozos.
Sounds like, "I'm not having any problems, so why should you?"

By the way, this is an overclocking forum.
02-21-2019 10:18 AM
miklkit Worse than useless. Undervolting lets the gpu run cooler than stock. For me stock temps are overheating. 45-55C is way better than 75-85C.
02-20-2019 10:58 PM
Drake87
Quote: Originally Posted by cplifj View Post
lol, everybody making noise about bad amd drivers, when i for one am seeing much improvements.

There are so many possibilities, do you run in legacy or uefi ? Do you use Hyper-V or Virtualisation based security ? Is your bios/uefi really up to date (latest vendor bios don't neceserally mean it is all latest firmware) ? Are you sure your pc is clean from malwares (check again even if you think it is) ?

Also appear to be the "overclockers" (kuch) who seem to have the most problems. Just cool the card and let it go by itself, these are not meant for useroverclocking cause the onboard tech does it way better then any of you bozos.
The Vega 64 is notorious for having way too much voltage applied at stock. Most people undervolt them and get better performance. You rattling off a generic summary from a call center tech support script is useless.
02-20-2019 09:18 PM
cplifj lol, everybody making noise about bad amd drivers, when i for one am seeing much improvements.

There are so many possibilities, do you run in legacy or uefi ? Do you use Hyper-V or Virtualisation based security ? Is your bios/uefi really up to date (latest vendor bios don't neceserally mean it is all latest firmware) ? Are you sure your pc is clean from malwares (check again even if you think it is) ?

Also appear to be the "overclockers" (kuch) who seem to have the most problems. Just cool the card and let it go by itself, these are not meant for useroverclocking cause the onboard tech does it way better then any of you bozos.
02-16-2019 07:14 PM
CloudEffect
Quote: Originally Posted by miklkit View Post
Do the fans rev up? I tried the 19.2.1 drivers and the fans never went above 1500 rpm and it overheated. I'm on the 18.12.1 drivers now because of this issue.

I'm not sure if the new drivers would solve your problem with the fan speed. I have mine water-cooled with the one fan for the GPU connected to the motherboard running at a constant speed.
02-16-2019 09:19 AM
miklkit Do the fans rev up? I tried the 19.2.1 drivers and the fans never went above 1500 rpm and it overheated. I'm on the 18.12.1 drivers now because of this issue.
02-15-2019 12:50 PM
CloudEffect I actually solved the problem by doing a fresh installation of Windows. I bought a NVMe drive so it was a good excuse to try that to see if it would fix it.


I have the latest 19.2.2 drivers installed and I'm actually seeing a performance uplift. It's even better than the previous stable driver I was using which was 18.12.1.




Thanks everyone for the help!
02-14-2019 12:27 PM
TheHorse 19.2.1 is universally crap as far as I've read, roll back.

There's no reason you NEED to have the brandest newest drivers, you survived on the old ones for a while, yes?

Roll back, wait for a fix.
02-14-2019 07:38 AM
cplifj losing your oc'd performance, when kept stock the cards are getting faster. So.…..

Try the newest driver 19.2.2.
A lot of underlying problems seem to be vanishing like snow with the latest drivers. Lots of patches everywhere , also on windows 10.

You may wanna try to clean your (windows)system because that thing is as vulnerable as soft cheese. Considering this weeks patchnotes alone it speaks volumes about windows state.

Most or all systems are compromised in some way. So start cleaning and updating firmwares aswell. All of it. You may wanna run Privazer next to DDU, just to make sure nothing bad hides on your disks and system.
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