Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon' started by tede, Aug 6, 2017.
I have only tested it reading my current settings.
With the new drivers out this tool can cause the GPU to overheat. When applying the settings it sets my Vega to max 2400 fan RPM. My Vega needs 2700rpm to stay at 75*C so any lower fan speed will increase the temperature. What I do now is set my modified overclock states then open the Radeon settings to adjust the fan speed. I hate dealing with the fan speeds in Wattman, the overdriventool made it so simple before, min-max done.
Just left click "Fan" and the tool will ignore these settings. Works with versions prior 0.2.8.
Where can i find the 0.2.8 beta?
Just installed the 18.12.13 and cant change all the setting . Im from 0.2.6
The new amd control fan is a lit strange.
Last drivers i use was the 18.6.1
New drivers for mining seems to be more efficient. And we can full control the full states of gpu hehe
Are you plan to support this new driver version?
Here is 0.2.8 beta1. There is no official AMD ADL SDK update (last one is from 2016) so I've had to guess how to use new api. Use it on your own risk!
Added: Fan Curve values, Fan Zero RPM, Memory Timing Level, removed: Fan Target Temp, Fan Maximum, Fan Minimum, Power Max Temp. Requires driver 18.12.2 or newer
Many thanks for help,
Worked good in my vega 64.
Why amd exclude the pid old control fan? i think was much better..
@OnnA any thoughts about how to find out what exactly "Memory Timing Level" changes in the memory timings?
Every memory has The Straps or Settings.
One can be better than the other.
LLT or VLLT for HBM2 is nice to see IMO.
It will give better 3Dmark score (Lev1 is better by a 70Pts) but i need to test it by myself (no time cuz' BFV )
I think you've misunderstood me. I'm interested in founding out how exactly this feature works and how it changes the timings in depth.
Maybe we can somehow obtain the memory strap which is modified by this setting? I mean it's for sure is not stored in the bios, but on the driver side.
You need to ask on AMD/ATI forum, maby AMD_Matt knows something ?
Or got here -> Terry Makedon
Thanks a lot for the info! I'll try to contact with AMD then
There's another question\suggestion
Wattman has "auto" and "manual" voltage modes, and for some gpus it may be crucial to have either of them active. "Auto" voltage mode is also good to use when the card's bios is modded to have a lower voltage at stock via AsicProfilingInfo
May you consider implementing a checkbox\switch which will either activate manual voltage or disable the manual voltage mode and "grey out" the input fields for the power states?
^^ This will go to @tede
Hi anyone can help. After installing new Radeon Software Adrenaline Edition cant change the target temp in fan section - OverdriveNTool. I want it 60, but it goes up to 75 automatically and cant lower ir. Tried everything, nothing helps. It works ok with Beta Blockchain Driver, but Adrenaline is the one I would like to use. Any help is much appreciated.
Hi, do you mean you get an error message on apply having P0 voltage defaulted below driver limit?
@barbells28 What driver? For 18.12.2 and newer you should try 0.2.8 beta1 (link)
No, I'm talking about the toggle on the screenshot.
For example when it's set to "automatic" my card has 1.119v to 1.144v VID under load depending on the gpu temperature. When it's set to "manual" the voltage input field for each pstate are becoming active and I can type in the voltage for each state.
A toggle or a checkbox with the same functionality would be great to have in the OverdriveNTool.
As for now if I just click "Apply" on the OverdriveNTool the voltage mode changes to "manual" (and uses the whatever voltage is set to P7 in the OverdriveNTool at full load) however it does not even change the voltage mode in the WattMan to "manual".
I think Wattman's auto/manual mode is meaningless. It's just it's internal setting, not from overclock API, prevents you from changing the values and maybe sets default values. OverdriveNTool doesn't have to change this, you will get clock/voltages that you've set in fields.
Hm, then it means that Wattman changes the voltage mode from automatic (predefined via AsicProfilingInfo, 1.119-1.144v for me) to manual (via pstate input fields 1.150v for me after "reset") on apply.. The toggle is not doing anything with overclock API, but on apply Wattman does check the toggle state.
Anyway, thanks for the info
READ PLEASE !
Too bad this software does not have a drop-down list with checkbox to install a profile on multiple graphics card with one click rather than doing it one by one because it's boring and long.
Notice to the developer:
Can you make it possible to directly load a profile on several graphic cards by checking the one concerned and choosing the right profile.
Thank you, it will arrange many of us!
I'm getting "Failed to get ADL function pointers (Error Code: 127)(The specified procedure could not be found.)" with a Vega FE and 18.6.1 drivers and the 2.8.1beta OverDrivenTool. Anyone know a fix?
I'm mostly just mining Monero and trying to get my temp/fan control working, but would love to have complete control like before the October fork of Monero. My AMDs basically heat up and slowly drop in hash rates until they hit a consistent ~20% degradation. Feels hot and know running them around 65C mostly fixes the issue. I tried afterburner too, but the values don't stick.
UPDATE: I did a clean install of the latest AMD drivers (18.50.11) and got to the main screen of ODT 2.8.1beta, but now get "Failed to set GPU values (Error Code: -8)(ADL_ERR_NOT_SUPPORTED - Function not supported by the driver)"
Found the manual fan controls in the driver control panel finally. But, can only set via RPMs. Be nice to set by temp so they aren't running at 80% on idle. It's better than nothing though.
Well this doesn't seem to work for me. I can disable GPU/memory states, but not the fan settings.