Thanks for your input, appreciate it!OverdriveNTool or MSI Afterburner... otherwise you'll have to edit the bios. That's a really good silicon you got there, but it might not be worth pushing it harder.... FYI that card has a 148W GPU powerlimit and you've increased it by 50%, so 222W. Then you have the fans running between 80 - 100% to maintain those temps. I would be shocked if you got another 50MHz at most jumping another 50mv, which may yield you another 2% performance at an additional cost of another 12W of power... it's not even worth the trouble. Meanwhile does your silicon even need 1080mV to handle 2000MHz? That setting doesn't change power to the memory chips, just the memory controller on the GPU... it's the vcore floor, so anything under state 7 is now render useless because that's higher. I would check your memory controller voltage and set it lower if possible, then utilize the other states properly. GPU throttling can help maintain a somewhat similar amount of performance at a lower powerlimit. Look at my example above.... I'm drawing 105W out of a RX 480 and it's far from a good silicon. Enjoy your RX 570.
Can I really go past the 1150 mV lock (from AMD software/wattman thingy) with OverdriveNTool, without changing in bios? That sounds too easy.
Yeah with default settings the highest core clock state is 1280 MHz with 1150 mV (yes, it's set to 1150 (max) with default settings) - I've been able to go with that voltage from 1280 MHz to 1480 MHz! I feel it's really good overclock, yes. (Though I've mostly been gaming with 1450 MHz with 1115 mV. I just recently decided to OC higher for more fps.)
The memory overclock is a bit lazy done. I thought the "Voltage(mV)" in the VRAM Tuning tab was for/affected the memory clock(?). Someone in a reddit thread said it could help reduce artifact problem and GPU memory errors, which I've gotten, so I have increased it (the voltage) when that has happened.
I'll lower it and evaluate. Will it reduce temperatures? It does affect my 1480 MHz overclock stability?
If I interpret you correct, I should also lower the Power Limit (%) slider? I'm not educated enough to understand what benefit it yields me (most OC guides I've read/watched say to crank it up max). Lower temperatures? But if I lower it too much it will/might make my 1480 MHz overclock unstable?