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Undervolting GPU (MSI RX570 8GB Armor)

Teun_VV
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Hi! So, I’ve heard that the MSI RX570 8GB Armors cooling isn’t too good. While I like to keep things quiet, I can look over this. I’ve heard about undervolting but how would one go about this and how much would it affect performance vs. thermals? Thanks in advance. While I could buy a card with better cooling, the Armor is 70€ cheaper than the competition and I just can’t look over that. 

 

Thanks in advance- Teun

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With Radeon settings, click on the gaming tab, then global settings, and then click wattman. You can adjust the slider to lower the power limit, or the voltage directly.

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Okay, thanks.

Just now, fasauceome said:

With Radeon settings, click on the gaming tab, and then click wattman. You can adjust the slider to lower the power limit, or the voltage directly.

 

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