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Best settings for Rx 5700 Xt Gigabyte gaming oc

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Posted · Original PosterOP

what are the best settings for the gigabyte gaming oc because i heard undervolting it increase performance and lowers temps so if anyone knows good settings for this card i would appreciate the help 

 

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3 minutes ago, O_Bsnacks said:

what are the best settings for the gigabyte gaming oc because i heard undervolting it increase performance and lowers temps so if anyone knows good settings for this card i would appreciate the help 

 

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Undervolting is trial and error some cards undervolt alot and some dont.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

whenever i try this i use msi afterburner to make sure everything is ok and i see the fan spike to like 3000 rpm for less then a second but i dont think the fans actually go that fast i think it glitches out 

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4 minutes ago, O_Bsnacks said:

can you guys just recommend so settings to try?
 

this is a decent tutorial, reduces temps + power consumption  while overclocking your card.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

so do i change my settings to his exact settings or no? and can i only put my power limit to 20 or 30?

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13 minutes ago, O_Bsnacks said:

so do i change my settings to his exact settings or no? and can i only put my power limit to 20 or 30?

 

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54 minutes ago, O_Bsnacks said:

so do i change my settings to his exact settings or no? and can i only put my power limit to 20 or 30?

It’s trial and error. Just follow the tutorial. 


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2 hours ago, O_Bsnacks said:

How will I know weather to change it

 

Can you explain what you mean by that?

 

Use Radeon Software directly, and not through MSi Afterburner.

 

Generally, you can leave the power limit alone -- set at the default 0%.

Play around with the P3 (Boost) State voltage, and the Target Frequency.

To start, leave the frequency unchanged, and drop the voltage .... from the stock 1200mV.... try 1150mV.

If it is stable, try going down another 10mV or 15mV. If it's unstable, then go up 10mV or 15mV (from 1150mV point).

 

Also, setting up a custom fan curve will also help keep the card running cooler.

The stock fan control max out at like... 40% or 45% (?) fan speed?

 

I have a different 5700 XT ... the more premium Sapphire NITRO+ Special Edition, so you MAY / WILL need to do some further adjusting on your own.

Also, in the screenshot, my 5700 XT has a mild overclock on the P3 State to 2080 MHz.

Your card *MIGHT* not be able to do that, or may need a higher voltage to reach that.

AGAIN, you may need to do some additional tweaking on your own.

 

You can also save / load your custom profiles within the Radeon Software.

 

(Don't mind the 875*C Junction Temperature reading, older Radeon Software version...it's a bug)

 

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This is what stock / default settings looks like for my particular card.

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2 hours ago, O_Bsnacks said:

How will I know weather to change it

Don't use afterburner with Radeon. Use the Radeon program.

 

Download MSI kombuster.

 

Open Radeon Software and go to the Performance/Tuning tab.

 

Click the sliders to unlock manual tuning.

 

If you want to OC, bump up GPU frequency 50 Mhz at a time, using kombuster stress test at your resolution for at least 5 minutes. When you get a crash, drop the OC by 10-20Mhz or so and see if it's stable in your games. Frequency setting does not mean that's the frequency you will achieve, frequency fluctuates based on load and power draw.

 

Undervolting is great for lowering temps and achieving higher clocks when power limits and temps are your limiting factor.

 

To undervolt, leave frequency alone and lower voltage 10-20mV at a time and stress test until you get a crash. Then bump it up some and retest to verify your undervolt is viable.

 

To OC ram, do the same thing as with GPU speeds but with the memory speed slider.

 

I adjust power sliders only if I have temperature headroom. My stock sapphire pulse 5700XT can only manage 10% higher power limit before temps get too high for my liking.

 

My card can't undervolt at all, but I recently put an aftermarket cooler on and can OC much farther now. All cards are different, so it's a lot of trial and error.

 

My stock card OC:

2050 @ 1200mV (cant remember middle frequency/voltage setting but the graph has a slightly increasing curve)

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Posted · Original PosterOP

after running the stress test i look at Hwinfo and it says my maximum rpm is 4500 again i just dont get why its going that high 

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2 hours ago, O_Bsnacks said:

just one more question rascal whats your vram at

 

 

I have not touched the VRAM, but my card comes running at 1800 MHz from the factory.

 

1 hour ago, O_Bsnacks said:

after running the stress test i look at Hwinfo and it says my maximum rpm is 4500 again i just dont get why its going that high 

 

What is the fan %?

RPM will vary from one cooler to another, and the fans they use.

For an example, max RPM (100%) for my fans are ~4000 RPM.

 

How does your Fan% to temperature profile look like?

You can see mine in the above screenshot that I took.


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  • 32GB G.Skill TridentZ DDR4-3000 CL14 (16GB TridentZ RGB + 16GB Red/Black TridentZ)
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Posted · Original PosterOP

so leave my vram at factory and my fans settings are

 

 P1      P2     P3     P4    P5    

 

Fan Speed    33       35      37     39     46

 

Temprature   30        50      65     81     90

 
 
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