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ItsTheYoshi

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About ItsTheYoshi

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday November 26

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Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Ontario, Canada
  • Interests
    Gaming, Programming and Video and Audio Editing
  • Biography
    I play games and go to school, that's about it.
  • Occupation
    Student

System

  • CPU
    i5 6600k @4.4Ghz
  • Motherboard
    ASRock z170a-x1
  • RAM
    16GB @ 2400Mhz
  • GPU
    ASUS ROG Strix RX 470 4GB OC Stock
  • Case
    Corsair Carbide 200r
  • Storage
    120GB SSD(Boot Drive), 1TB HDD and 120 SSD
  • PSU
    Corsair CX650m
  • Display(s)
    BenQ rl2455hm
  • Cooling
    Hyper 212 Evo
  • Keyboard
    Cooler Master Devastator 2
  • Mouse
    MSI Interceptor DS B1
  • Sound
    Logitech G430
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home(Could be Student)

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  1. ItsTheYoshi

    RX 470 Down-clocking to 300Mhz under load.

    I am just happy that the card can be used for right now at least.
  2. ItsTheYoshi

    RX 470 Down-clocking to 300Mhz under load.

    I don't see that reading on my RX 470
  3. ItsTheYoshi

    RX 470 Down-clocking to 300Mhz under load.

    How do I see vrm temps in GPUZ?
  4. ItsTheYoshi

    RX 470 Down-clocking to 300Mhz under load.

    I made a fan profile that made the fan go to 100% once it hit 65C and I had not throttling issues, but the noise was very noise.
  5. ItsTheYoshi

    RX 470 Down-clocking to 300Mhz under load.

    With these tests I was running in full screen. For the most part I run all of my games this way.
  6. ItsTheYoshi

    RX 470 Down-clocking to 300Mhz under load.

    Just reinstalled the drivers using DDU and had the same results. I am going to try out a more aggressive fan profile to try and keep the temps around 65C as that is where it seems to want to sit at without issues. If you have any other ideas just let me know. Also thanks for the help.
  7. ItsTheYoshi

    RX 470 Down-clocking to 300Mhz under load.

    The one thing I noticed in the log was that once the temps hit 68-69 the clocks went down and only recovered once the temp got back to 60. Not sure if that could be the cause but it is something.
  8. ItsTheYoshi

    RX 470 Down-clocking to 300Mhz under load.

    Here is the test. I also uploaded the txt file by itself if you want the original file as well. GPUZ Test.txt
  9. ItsTheYoshi

    RX 470 Down-clocking to 300Mhz under load.

    Trust me that does not fix the issue. I have tried it may times before.
  10. ItsTheYoshi

    RX 470 Down-clocking to 300Mhz under load.

    Yeah I was using gpuz. I will play and post the results here.
  11. ItsTheYoshi

    RX 470 Down-clocking to 300Mhz under load.

    Specs added to the top post. Also temps sit at 67C at max in Overwatch.
  12. Okay so I have been having an issue lately where my ASUS Strix RX 470 4GB OC will downclock to 300mhz when playing games. This usually happens in most games when the framerate is unlocked. If I lock the FPS to 60 the drops are not as bad but are still there. So far the only thing I can tell that also drops at the same time is the GPU voltage. The voltage goes from 1.1Volts to .9938Volts. Currently, I have upped my power limit to +25% as that is what people in other forums say should fix it but it does not in my case. My next thing I am going to try is use the Asus Tweak II to see if I can find some setting that will fix the issue. If you have any idea what settings could fix this please do let me know. Specs: GPU: Asus Strix RX 470 4GB OC CPU: i5 6600k Stock RAM: 2x8GB @ 2400Mhz MOBO: ASRock z170a-x1 PSU: Corsair CX 650m 650Watt
  13. ItsTheYoshi

    Router With Good UPNP Support(Canada)

    The Hitron Gateway I have is a Modem w/ router functionality, that is not that great. As for internet speeds, the routers you listed would be within my internets max download of 190mbps based on what you said. Also, I have been looking into the Asus RT AC66U and found that right now the 68U is only $5-$10 difference so I am thinking I will go with that as it has a higher clocked CPU for a little bit better future proofing. Thanks for your help.
  14. ItsTheYoshi

    Router With Good UPNP Support(Canada)

    They make great hardware, but that's it. After 3-4 months of owning the WNDR4500 it started to randomly drop connection every hour or two and when I contacted them they told me that it is a "settings issue" so I asked them what settings need to be changed and they told me that it would have to be changed by them and that they would have to send packets to the router to fix it. From my experience, a complete reinstall of firmware or a factory reset should fix an issue like this, unless it is a hardware issue which they can't test for unless I give them $40 USD... So that is why I don't like Netgear anymore. As for UPNP support on most router, yeah they have it but it never works. I am using a Hitron CGN3AC(something rather) gateway right now and it says it has UPNP and not one Xbox in my house can get an Open NAT with only it just being on the network. Also a few routers I have had in the past also had this problem with UPNP but they were D-link so...
  15. ItsTheYoshi

    Router With Good UPNP Support(Canada)

    My guess would be 8-10 but can go up to 15-20.
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