AB and Gigabyte RX-580 issues??

Discussion in 'MSI AfterBurner Overclock Application Discussion' started by jbarish, Aug 4, 2017.

  1. jbarish

    jbarish New Member

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    The latest MSI afterburner does not seem to work reliably on Windows 10 with my Gigabyte GV-RX580GAMING-8GD. I set the clock to 1440, boost the voltage and apply the changes in afterburner but GPU-Z doesn't recognize the changes and running Heaven Benchmark shows that the clock is running at 1340 max. Is there another option for OC'ing the Gigabyte GV-RX580GAMING-8GD?? Or am I stuck with the built in Wattman's limited overclocking features??. Is Wattman be interfering with MSI Afterburner settings?? Is there any way to disable Wattman or Delete it entirely??

    Thanks,
    jb
     
  2. ldwar

    ldwar Member Guru

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    hi, did you increase the power limit ?

    on my side, without the power limit increased, core frequency never goes where it should.
     
  3. jbarish

    jbarish New Member

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    Yes, I increased the voltage and the power limit. The behavior is strange. I t might be because the 580 and it's driver are still so new. Not having much luck
    OC'ing with wattman either.
     

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