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01-06-2019 10:09 AM
98uk
Quote: Originally Posted by Xinoxide View Post
GPU and mem still getting stuck sometimes here. been on the 18.12.3 for a few days now.

Every so often the GPU get stuck at 1261~ mhz and the memory wont go above 167mhz.

Not quite as wonky as 18.12.2 was though.
Oh yeah, had that for the first time today. Memory just got stuck at 167mhz and had to restart to fix it.
01-05-2019 06:50 PM
Xinoxide GPU and mem still getting stuck sometimes here. been on the 18.12.3 for a few days now.

Every so often the GPU get stuck at 1261~ mhz and the memory wont go above 167mhz.

Not quite as wonky as 18.12.2 was though.
01-05-2019 09:08 AM
VicsPC
Quote: Originally Posted by 98uk View Post
The auto function crashed mind too. I wouldn't bother using it.

I personally have only overclocked my memory. Increased from 945mhz to 1050mhz. Just didn't seem worth doing the core when the temps/voltages mean there isn't much headroom.

By the way, I had a lot of issues with stability and managed to rectify them. The issue was I was feeding both 8 pin electric plugs from one PSU cable, apparently that's a really bad idea and many people have had problems. If you haven't already, move to two PSU cables, one for each 8 pin.

Also, I don't know about the Strix, but reference has a switch on the PCB to change max board voltage from 200w to 220w. Check if this is correct. Mine was in power save by default.
Haha i pretty much did the exact same thing. I've always used 2 power cables, i'm not a fan of daisy chaining at all, i think jayz did a video showing that it's pretty much better with 2 separate cables.
01-05-2019 04:27 AM
98uk
Quote: Originally Posted by doritos93 View Post
Anyone have any good experience with the Auto functions?

I tried overclocking and it tested some obscene settings straight off the bat and crashed everything. Not bright

The undervolting function I haven't tested too much, but my card is a dud anyway. Can't hit boost clocks, not even close, and dropping the voltage even 50 mv causes instability
The auto function crashed mind too. I wouldn't bother using it.

I personally have only overclocked my memory. Increased from 945mhz to 1050mhz. Just didn't seem worth doing the core when the temps/voltages mean there isn't much headroom.

By the way, I had a lot of issues with stability and managed to rectify them. The issue was I was feeding both 8 pin electric plugs from one PSU cable, apparently that's a really bad idea and many people have had problems. If you haven't already, move to two PSU cables, one for each 8 pin.

Also, I don't know about the Strix, but reference has a switch on the PCB to change max board voltage from 200w to 220w. Check if this is correct. Mine was in power save by default.
01-04-2019 05:37 AM
doritos93
Quote: Originally Posted by Shadowarez View Post
@doritos93 which card?

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Strix Vega 64
01-03-2019 09:59 PM
Shadowarez @doritos93 which card?

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01-03-2019 01:48 PM
doritos93 Anyone have any good experience with the Auto functions?

I tried overclocking and it tested some obscene settings straight off the bat and crashed everything. Not bright

The undervolting function I haven't tested too much, but my card is a dud anyway. Can't hit boost clocks, not even close, and dropping the voltage even 50 mv causes instability
01-02-2019 02:18 PM
Max78
Quote: Originally Posted by 98uk View Post
Has anyone experienced fan profile issues with the latest drivers in both Wattman and OverdriveNT?

The fans dont seem to curve between profiles. I.e. they'll switch between profiles like binary which makes for a horrible on/off style fan noises.

A normal fan would ramp up and down gently so there are minimal differences in sound.



I'm not sure how best to explain?



Yes!


I was on very outdated drivers and just recently did a fresh install because of some new hardware and it was time.


The new drivers are VERY on/off with the fans. I never had a single issue with hearing the fans while the system was idling for any period of time until these drivers. Stock settings the fans shut off, then after 5 mins you can hear them spin up at what sounds like hard RPM targets, as in not a nice easy ramp, but a sudden increase to the next desired speed.


Doing the custom fan profile and zero fan is bugged and still have the aggressive ramping. very annoying!
01-02-2019 10:09 AM
98uk Has anyone experienced fan profile issues with the latest drivers in both Wattman and OverdriveNT?

The fans dont seem to curve between profiles. I.e. they'll switch between profiles like binary which makes for a horrible on/off style fan noises.

A normal fan would ramp up and down gently so there are minimal differences in sound.



I'm not sure how best to explain?
12-31-2018 08:38 AM
miklkit Hmm. I've asked around these forums before and got crickets.
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