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01-16-2020 04:38 AM
Jesaul
Quote: Originally Posted by Oversemper View Post
Thanks, but what is SOC? I mean, I increase power limit (like +99), core voltage and core freq... what is SoC for?)

Just noticed, that the newest MPT (v.1.2) is available on German site only (https://www.igorslab.de/morepowertoo...ungssoftware/2), they did not update the English version site.
The extra SOC voltage of the +++ file helps stability overal. Especially for the memory overclock.
My oc: 2120MHz core at 1218mv, 1130MHz HBM. Power usage at 360W and average real core freq is 2070MHz (if I remember correctly)
01-16-2020 04:15 AM
Oversemper
Quote: Originally Posted by Jesaul View Post
Yes. It MPT you just increase SOC, max power, core voltage and frequencies. You only need to do it once when sable. After that you just set +99 and HBM memory freq. in the driver.
Thanks, but what is SOC? I mean, I increase power limit (like +99), core voltage and core freq... what is SoC for?)

Just noticed, that the newest MPT (v.1.2) is available on German site only (https://www.igorslab.de/morepowertoo...ungssoftware/2), they did not update the English version site.
01-16-2020 03:22 AM
Jesaul
Quote: Originally Posted by Oversemper View Post
You mean to use MPT to increase the default 1801 frequency besides increasing the power limit?
Yes. It MPT you just increase SOC, max power, core voltage and frequencies. You only need to do it once when sable. After that you just set +99 and HBM memory freq. in the driver.
01-16-2020 03:20 AM
Oversemper
Quote: Originally Posted by Jesaul View Post
You can use morepowertoool or registry still
You mean to use MPT to increase the default 1801 frequency besides increasing the power limit?
01-16-2020 03:05 AM
Jesaul
Quote: Originally Posted by Oversemper View Post
Just did a fresh windows install on a new ryzen 3800x platform (asus x570-f, all under water) (Good bye my 3770k, you were great for your times!), installed latest 20.1.2 drivers. Downvolting works alright with default frequency (1801), rock stable on .990v and junction temp not more than 60C in games (the same as was on 19.5.2). Overclocking does not work at all irrespective of the voltage/power limit settings. Games feel better overall, but that's maybe due to new platform. Very sad that AMD has disabled overclocking via their drivers, I miss that 10% bump I had with 19.5.2 drivers and I do not want to install a 3rd party overclocking software...
You can use morepowertoool or registry still
01-16-2020 03:03 AM
Oversemper Just did a fresh windows install on a new ryzen 3800x platform (asus x570-f, all under water) (Good bye my 3770k, you were great for your times!), installed latest 20.1.2 drivers. Downvolting works alright with default frequency (1801), rock stable on .990v and junction temp not more than 60C in games (the same as was on 19.5.2). Overclocking does not work at all irrespective of the voltage/power limit settings. Games feel better overall, but that's maybe due to new platform. Very sad that AMD has disabled overclocking via their drivers, I miss that 10% bump I had with 19.5.2 drivers at 2040Mhz core and I do not want to install a 3rd party overclocking software...
01-15-2020 09:22 AM
thomasck
Quote: Originally Posted by XR5777 View Post
Hello.



When OC the VII, sometimes the display will crash and recover with an Event Viewer log, when this happens, the memory is locked to 1200mhz, I have to restart.



Check your Event Viewer for any 'Driver reset/recovered errors.



Also sometimes I see the memory log spikes of 1700mhz? This cannot be true, it must be a bug in the OC GUI.
What driver are you using? Overclocking with any 20.x.x driver didn't work for me, latest 19.x.x works using MPT.

Also 19.5.2 was the "best one so far" but is too old, and using latest 19.x.x I need a bit more voltage to get it stable.

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01-15-2020 08:23 AM
chrisde Does anyone have any idea why vulkan isn't working on my Radeon VII; I have installed the latest drivers (win10) with ddu and still the problem persists. I cant run cemu (it closes immediately) and vulkan cube...
01-14-2020 11:15 PM
XR5777 Hello.

When OC the VII, sometimes the display will crash and recover with an Event Viewer log, when this happens, the memory is locked to 1200mhz, I have to restart.

Check your Event Viewer for any 'Driver reset/recovered errors.

Also sometimes I see the memory log spikes of 1700mhz? This cannot be true, it must be a bug in the OC GUI.
01-14-2020 07:18 PM
Dasa My clocks spike about like that in game or at desktop but without any stability issues I believe it to just be a reporting issue for me.
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