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Can i flash my 5700 to 5700xt bios?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I have an a4 itx without watercooling and a RX 5700. It seems that it can get extra performence with 5700 xt bios.

 

Since i have a 2k 144hz monitor that just dont satisfy so i think of doing this.

Idk if it would be too much for my mini itx. Have someone tried it? 

Kinda afraid, didnt even think of overclocking it before. 

 

Cpu: Ryzen 3600

Motherboard: Asus b450i

Air cooling: C7

SSD: rc500

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4 minutes ago, Downbridge said:

I have an a4 itx without watercooling and a Ryzen 5700. It seems that it can get extra performence with 5700 xt bios.

 

Since i have a 2k 144hz monitor that just dont satisfy so i think of doing this.

Idk if it would be too much for my mini itx. Have someone tried it? 

Kinda afraid, didnt even think of overclocking it before. 

you could just overclock it normally with msi afterburner, without worrying about the bios. 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, boggy77 said:

you could just overclock it normally with msi afterburner, without worrying about the bios. 

Thx, I thought flashing the bios would be safer. Noob at hardwares.😂

 

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Just now, Downbridge said:

Thx, I thought flashing the bios would be safer. Noob at hardwares.😂

 

from what I understand, flashing the bios removes some of the power limits on the 5700, making them the same as on the 5700xt. since you have an itx build, it's safer to stay with the stock bios and overclock with msi afterburner. there are many guides online

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Posted · Original PosterOP
8 minutes ago, boggy77 said:

from what I understand, flashing the bios removes some of the power limits on the 5700, making them the same as on the 5700xt. since you have an itx build, it's safer to stay with the stock bios and overclock with msi afterburner. there are many guides online

Thats very helpful. Maybe i'll try overclocking first someday, and then go ahead to this flashing if temperature good.

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Posted (edited) · Original PosterOP
31 minutes ago, Downbridge said:

Thats very helpful. Maybe i'll try overclocking first someday, and then go ahead to this flashing if temperature be good.

 

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