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10-14-2019 03:18 PM
Satanello
Quote: Originally Posted by miklkit View Post
I have a V64 Nitro also. It is in a case modded for good air flow. In Trixx ver. 6.6 the fans are set to hit 100% @ 60C. They always wait longer but it does run cool with most games running in the 50-60C range, and 2 games pushing it into the 60-66C range.



It is set to run @ 1660/1100 mhz, +50PL, and -81 voltage. The ram is barely stable there and in some games the GPU will overclock itself as high as 1690mhz. So go for it as you have room to improve it.
Thanks, I installed Trixx 6.8 and after some testing I've actually reached a good result with fan on Auto settings. I think I still have room to go up a little
10-13-2019 01:08 PM
LicSqualo
Quote: Originally Posted by PontiacGTX View Post
Samsung?
Yes.
10-13-2019 08:25 AM
PontiacGTX
Quote: Originally Posted by LicSqualo View Post
This is mine Vega64 LC edition bios .
Samsung?
10-11-2019 07:05 PM
Deadboy90 So Ive got my Vega 56 under a custom loop but I still want more performance than what im getting with the power target cranked and the 64 bios flashed to it. I've heard about editing a power play table or something to pump more voltage into the card and was wondering

1: is that safe for 24/7 usage?
2: is there a good guide for how to do it?

I've seen some of Steve's videos messing with it but i didn't see one showing precisely how to do it.

thanks
10-10-2019 04:16 AM
VicsPC
Quote: Originally Posted by colorfuel View Post
Hi,

I'm having issues with shutdowns on idle since a few driver iterations. Namely 19.9.1, 2, 3 and 19.10.1. I've also experienced the same kind of shut-downs while playing Gothic 2 DX11. The game only needs 600Mhz GPU, but after 5 Minutes or so freezes and the PC just shuts down. On shut-down, only the status LED stays alive and I need to pull the plug for a few seconds to actually be able to boot. The Graphic subsystem crashes, since after reboot, Wattman settings are reset.

I use DDU for all the driver installations and tried with and without OC/UV.

The crazy part is where 19.5.2 WHQL works and doesn't cause any of these issues, neither idle shut-downs or Gothic 2 shut downs and the new drivers work without crashingwhen playing GPU-heavy titles like Remedy Control.

The crashing only seems to happen in low usage or idlind in Windows on drivers newer than 19.5.2.

Its a weird issue, I know, I couldn't find anything through google.

I suspect the newer drivers could create unusual spikes in voltage on low states or idle, causing the PSU to crash. But that is just a hypothesis and I dont want to buy a new PSU just to test that, since it seems to work well in high-load scenarios.

edit: I just see my signature is gone. I'll update that. Until then: Vega 64/Morpheus - Gigabyte Gaming K7 AX370 - Bequiet E9 CM 580W - Ryzen [email protected], 16GB Flare-X [email protected] optimized.
I haven't had that issue at all, I did have issues with 19.1 where windows would take forever to load and had a BSOD while launching Trine 4 for review. I uninstalled and went to 19.3 and Windows now boots properly. Stop using DDU as well, the AMD uninstaller does the same thing and even does it in safe mode now, I had nothing but issues with DDU in the past when using it.
10-10-2019 01:29 AM
colorfuel Hi,

I'm having issues with shutdowns on idle since a few driver iterations. Namely 19.9.1, 2, 3 and 19.10.1. I've also experienced the same kind of shut-downs while playing Gothic 2 DX11. The game only needs 600Mhz GPU, but after 5 Minutes or so freezes and the PC just shuts down. On shut-down, only the status LED stays alive and I need to pull the plug for a few seconds to actually be able to boot. The Graphic subsystem crashes, since after reboot, Wattman settings are reset.

I use DDU for all the driver installations and tried with and without OC/UV.

The crazy part is where 19.5.2 WHQL works and doesn't cause any of these issues, neither idle shut-downs or Gothic 2 shut downs and the new drivers work without crashingwhen playing GPU-heavy titles like Remedy Control.

The crashing only seems to happen in low usage or idlind in Windows on drivers newer than 19.5.2.

Its a weird issue, I know, I couldn't find anything through google.

I suspect the newer drivers could create unusual spikes in voltage on low states or idle, causing the PSU to crash. But that is just a hypothesis and I dont want to buy a new PSU just to test that, since it seems to work well in high-load scenarios.

edit: I just see my signature is gone. I'll update that. Until then: Vega 64/Morpheus - Gigabyte Gaming K7 AX370 - Bequiet E9 CM 580W - Ryzen [email protected], 16GB Flare-X [email protected] optimized.
10-09-2019 07:45 AM
LicSqualo
Quote: Originally Posted by Alastair View Post
Can anyone post a copy of the 265 watt Liquid edition bios? All I can seem to find on the TPU bios database are the 220 watt bios'es.
This is mine Vega64 LC edition bios .
10-08-2019 02:17 PM
Alastair Can anyone post a copy of the 265 watt Liquid edition bios? All I can seem to find on the TPU bios database are the 220 watt bios'es.
10-08-2019 07:35 AM
miklkit I have a V64 Nitro also. It is in a case modded for good air flow. In Trixx ver. 6.6 the fans are set to hit 100% @ 60C. They always wait longer but it does run cool with most games running in the 50-60C range, and 2 games pushing it into the 60-66C range.



It is set to run @ 1660/1100 mhz, +50PL, and -81 voltage. The ram is barely stable there and in some games the GPU will overclock itself as high as 1690mhz. So go for it as you have room to improve it.
10-07-2019 01:20 PM
Satanello
Quote: Originally Posted by bill1971 View Post
No your card is cool you don't need extra cooling and spend your money.
Thanks for your advice. I will raise the clocks to see how much the gpu can hold, keeping the stock cooling.

Inviato dal mio LYA-L29 utilizzando Tapatalk
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