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ANYONE. Vega 56

 

I got an RX Vega 56. There is a youtube video about replacing the bios of the Vega 56 to that of the Vega 64. I also have read that you can boot up the Vega 56 fairly easily. I was wondering if anyone has experience with this. You basically trick a Vega 56 into being a Vega 64.

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15 hours ago, 486DX Win3.1 said:

ANYONE. Vega 56

 

I got an RX Vega 56. There is a youtube video about replacing the bios of the Vega 56 to that of the Vega 64. I also have read that you can boot up the Vega 56 fairly easily. I was wondering if anyone has experience with this. You basically trick a Vega 56 into being a Vega 64.

Post this in troubleshooting or make a post in the GPU section so you can get better traction than in here.

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MSI 2070 Gaming Z, with a stock cooler and Bios. 

 

Boost Clock is 2070Mhz constant boost (1830Mhz stock) 

Voltage 1.037V  (stock)

Temp 64c (max with custom fan curve)

VRAM is at 8250Mhz (+1250Mhz)

Sadly hitting the power limit at 111.1%.  

 

During tests I saw an improvement with the VRAM all of the way through till +1250Mhz, then it starts to plateau at about 1300mhz.  

 

3DMark Time Spy 1.0 Results

 

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On 5/13/2013 at 10:15 PM, xAcid9 said:

Nice, i'll submit mine tonight.

 

Maybe you can add a "Remark" column.

its nice y'all have intel deep on this stuff i need to get like y'all

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On 10/11/2019 at 7:10 PM, SkilledRebuilds said:

 

Max of 1200Mhz (Original Single Fan = 85-89*c) at Stock 1.2v when Loaded.

Now 1250Mhz Max Coreclock using 1.24v seen in GPUZ,.. when 1.3v set in MSI.

https://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/20657575/fs/14058225/fs/718913#

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Honestly that doesn't tell me much,  it's probably good... But a 1050ti at 1700MHz seems kinda unfair in comparison, my 1050ti did (does) 2000MHz easily and probably higher memory clock too,  I don't remember that though. 

 

 

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7 hours ago, Mark Kaine said:

Honestly that doesn't tell me much,  it's probably good... But a 1050ti at 1700MHz seems kinda unfair in comparison, my 1050ti did (does) 2000MHz easily and probably higher memory clock too,  I don't remember that though. 

 

 

The 1050ti there was a SFF variant in a Dell box. Turbo is about 100Mhz lower than NonSFF versions, OC holds 1750-1860Mhz, rarely maintains 1911Mhz though.

It's not for suggesting one GPU over another..

Just a comparison of sorts.

Maximums - Asus Z97-K /w i5 4690 Bclk @106.9Mhz * x39 = 4.17Ghz, 8GB of 2600Mhz DDR3,.. Gigabyte GTX970 G1-Gaming @ 1550Mhz

 

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2 hours ago, SkilledRebuilds said:

The 1050ti there was a SFF variant in a Dell box. Turbo is about 100Mhz lower than NonSFF versions, OC holds 1750-1860Mhz, rarely maintains 1911Mhz though.

It's not for suggesting one GPU over another..

Just a comparison of sorts.

Oh ok. ?

 

So how does this work, what tests do I need to run? 

 

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On 5/14/2013 at 1:28 PM, Cobalt said:

Thanks for the offer Levent, but that database isn't seen much action, we can handle it for now, if we need help on the future, make sure we'll call

Also, the original purpose of the DB is to have people submit their own results the way they do it and the way it works for them, standardizing really is not on the plans, people can always consult and check if some OC works with only with Furmark and crashes with Unigine Heaven and some other works w Furmark and Heaven, and with that info the first guy might compare clocks and find a more stable voltaje or clock that also works for him. That way he may find more suitable settings even though his worked mostly ok.

Variety equates to more information, and information is power :)

6 years later we have 11gb cards and new models called RTX.

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i know nothing about overclocking, but i really want to play borderlands 3. my fan speeds never go over 55% on the gpu but 55-ish degrees @ full load gpu. so i know i have temp head room. gpu is a p106-100 6gb. anyone succesfully overclock it on ubuntu 16.04? if it means i can play or gain a few frames with no risk id like to overclock a little.

main rig:

CPU: 8086k @ 4.00ghz-4.3 boost

PSU: 750 watt psu gold (Corsair rm750)

gpu:axle p106-100 6gbz msi p104-100 @ 1887+150mhz oc gpu clock, 10,012 memory clock*2(sli?) on prime w coffee lake igpu

Mobo: Z390 taichi ultimate

Ram: 2x8gb corsair vengence lpx @3000mhz speed

case: focus G black

OS: ubuntu 16.04.6, and umix 20.04

Cooler: mugen 5 rev b,

Storage: 860 evo 1tb/ 120 gb corsair force nvme 500

 

backup

8gb ram celeron laptop/860 evo 500gb

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RX 580 saphire pulse hit 1440 MHz on core clock stock voltage because MSI afterburner doesn't wanna change that. with stock cooler and custom agressive fan curve maintains itself sub 70.

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anyone have a first time overclock guide for linux nvidia p106-100 6gb gpu? with adaptive clocking i get max 53 degrees temp, 30 degrees idle. my fans never go fast/loud tho.

main rig:

CPU: 8086k @ 4.00ghz-4.3 boost

PSU: 750 watt psu gold (Corsair rm750)

gpu:axle p106-100 6gbz msi p104-100 @ 1887+150mhz oc gpu clock, 10,012 memory clock*2(sli?) on prime w coffee lake igpu

Mobo: Z390 taichi ultimate

Ram: 2x8gb corsair vengence lpx @3000mhz speed

case: focus G black

OS: ubuntu 16.04.6, and umix 20.04

Cooler: mugen 5 rev b,

Storage: 860 evo 1tb/ 120 gb corsair force nvme 500

 

backup

8gb ram celeron laptop/860 evo 500gb

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Intel Core i7 7700k o/c @ 5.0ghz

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080

MSI Z270 GAMING M7

32gb G.Skill Ram @ 3000

 

Currently Have my GPU overclocked at +160 Core Clock and +1000 on memory.

total clock speed is about 2060 but runs at a stable 2030ish and memory is 6000+

It ran stable in Heaven Benchmark 4.0 score of 2918

is this a safe overclock?

 

 

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is it safe to overclock my gpu if i can somehow get green with envy to work? all the options are greyed out. currently runs 154mhz over boost (1887mhz total) when under load/in game, and +4(8012) on the memory clock. temps of 70 consistant degrees under load, 65% fan speed. 

 

getting a 2000 in heaven benchmark at full screen and opengl renderer.  gpu is a p104-100, with gddr5x ram. also heaven doesn't seam to use the full ram vram speed either, so my score may be higher. 

main rig:

CPU: 8086k @ 4.00ghz-4.3 boost

PSU: 750 watt psu gold (Corsair rm750)

gpu:axle p106-100 6gbz msi p104-100 @ 1887+150mhz oc gpu clock, 10,012 memory clock*2(sli?) on prime w coffee lake igpu

Mobo: Z390 taichi ultimate

Ram: 2x8gb corsair vengence lpx @3000mhz speed

case: focus G black

OS: ubuntu 16.04.6, and umix 20.04

Cooler: mugen 5 rev b,

Storage: 860 evo 1tb/ 120 gb corsair force nvme 500

 

backup

8gb ram celeron laptop/860 evo 500gb

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On 5/13/2013 at 10:05 PM, Mdgtman91 said:

This is an amazing idea, really lets you know when your pushing limits.

yes i need to push my limits as a tech, i come here to read and get an edge on IT 

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Unlocked my old faithful beast Gigabyte GTX 1080 Ti Xtreme WF WB.

Id say i no longer care about silicon degradation.

 

EDIT : Seems like Framebuffer does not like much above 2200 @ 1.2v, or maybe its RAM issue, not 100% shure. Framebuffer usage goes gradually down from 50-60% to 20-30% causing FPS to tank. This is, interesting.

EDIT 2 : Framebuffer issue definetly related to power output, voltages and clocks. Best results with 2152mhz, 1150mv, +500Mem, with mem stock it can push 1175mv 2175mhz but 100 less score in Unigine Superposition.

 

It pulls around 430-460watts from psu alone, total system consumption around 600watts.

 

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Asus EVO DUAL-2080S-O8G

2100MHz core and 9000MHz memory

 

Firestrike Ultra

https://www.3dmark.com/fs/23195064

Time spy Extreme

https://www.3dmark.com/spy/13210726

Firestrike Ultre Stress Test

https://www.3dmark.com/fsst/1541572
 

AIO of 35 USD single 120 fan,

adapted because not compatible with the aluminum plate,

closed case with room temperature today at 35 degrees,

RTX 2080S overclocked at +100 core +120 memory 100% voltage and 120% power...

Ok, under stress test as Firestrike Ultra or GPU OCCT error test,

I reached a peak of 78 degrees, average 59 degrees, 2100MHz core and 9000MHz memory, without thermal throttling.
And if I keep the memory at 8000Mhz, the temps are decreasing a lot...

 

So for what I spent in terms of money related at the results, I am pretty satisfied ;)

but not satisfied about tubes and radiators positioning and so on, will be the next step...

 

 

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I thought i would share my overclock for my EVGA GTX 1050:

Core Voltage: +70%

Power Limit: 100%

Temp Limit: 83(C)

Core Clock Boost: +180

Memory Clock Boost: + 200

 

Benchmarks:

MSI Kombustor:

Stock: 705

OC: 756

3D Mark:

Stock: 26777

OC: 29036

CPU: Intel Core i7-9700K 3.6 GHz OC 4.7GHz 8-Core Processor 
CPU Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO 82.9 CFM Sleeve Bearing CPU Cooler 
Motherboard: Gigabyte B365M DS3H Micro ATX LGA1151 Motherboard 
Memory: Corsair Vengeance LPX 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4-3600 CL20 Memory 
Storage: Crucial MX500 500 GB 2.5" Solid State Drive 
Storage: Western Digital RE2 400 GB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive 
Storage: Western Digital Caviar Blue 640 GB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive 
Video Card: EVGA GeForce GTX 1050 3 GB SC GAMING Video Card 
Power Supply: Antec NeoECO Gold ZEN 700 W 80+ Gold Certified ATX Power Supply 
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro OEM 64-bit 
Monitor: Dell ST2410 24.0" 1920x1080 60 Hz Monitor 
Monitor: NEC LCD1960NXi 19.0" 1280x1024 60 Hz Monitor 
Keyboard: Alienware AW768 RGB Wired Gaming Keyboard 
Mouse: Microsoft Intellimouse Pro - White Shadow Wired Optical Mouse 
Headphones: Sennheiser HD 280 PRO  Headphones 

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Idk if this counts, but I got my mobile Radeon HD3200 to OC to 583mhz. I am currently limited by MSIAB's limits, as this was the limit post extending official overclocking limits. image.thumb.jpg.64d438ef13e1f0411aeb1edc955e7f99.jpg

I am still TechWizardThatNeedsHelp, just less of a mouthfull.

ALWAYS REMEMBER: FULL SPECS IN A TROUBLESHOOTING QUESTION AND TO NOT BE A DICK IF SOMEONE CANT FIGURE OUT THE ISSUE

My beautiful, but not that powerful, main PC:

prior build:

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Rx 56 vega: Every step was min-voltage+max-clock't

 

As far as I can tell, the GPU could go much farther if it had more power limit. The challenge was to lower voltage relative to core clock to get more core clock out of the 250w limit.

 

The last step needs to be very close to 250w or it will constantly over-react back to the lower setting and then backup again. It completely ignores the vram voltage setting. It also decides on its own what core clock to run at which is a function of what it thinks is stable and what you set it at so you have to push it higher than it thinks its stable while not pushing it too high that it accidentally gets over itself and crashes sometimes. Basically, it will crash at 200km/h but if you tell it to only got at 195km/h it will go at 180km/h so you have to tell it to go to 210km/h while knowing that it's too scared to even go above 200km/h. I recall getting 1700+mhz (4k90fps in bf5) but I must of dropped it for the above reason. 

 

Furmark failed to detect instability by a wide margin. Starcraft 2 (free) was excellent for testing mem stability as it will crash very quickly (5min or less) or not at all AND will recover (after amd wattman auto-resets) without having to restart the game. BF1 and BF5 were good for the rest.

 

You can adjust power limit and fan for your perf/temp/noise preference. This setting will cause occasional crashes with 3D acceleration when you're not playing games. It won't crash during games.

 

Tested for months.

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5700-XT Aorus.

Undervolt, steady 1950-2000mhz and +50 on memory for 1800mhz. 175-195 watts used. 66c max core temp, 100c max hot spot temp. No difference in performance from stock.

 

 

Power draw before.

1.2v 2100mhz core, 1750mhz memory. 74c max core temp, 111c hot spot temp. 1850mhz-2050mhz, core throttling at 110c hot spot temp reached. 210-240watts of power used.

 

 

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