Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon' started by tede, Aug 6, 2017.
20.7.2 is ok with it?
No just tested it with my 5700xt still not working correctly.
the voltage resets completely back to default when i try to apply a profile, everything else sticks though. i also get a hard crash when i try to lock the clock (P0 2000,P1 2050, P2 2100) and run a constant voltage, i can run the same thing threw Wattman without crashing though.
Is there anything i can do to help figure out whats going on? OverdriveN is alot more convienent than using Wattman
Use both, in Relive all must be at Manual
Try to run both as Admin.
i have a Rig with 6 RX580 Cards. The settings with OverdriveNtool
(Latest Version) is OverdriveNTool.exe -r1 -p1"gpu1" -r2 -p2"gpu2" -r3 -p3"gpu3" -r4 -p4"gpu4"....
But the Fan Settings didnt work. What is wrong? Or is there something wrong in the .Bat file?
Thx for Help!
@tede how i can change memory voltage on RX 5700 XT from 0.85 to some thing like 0.75?is it possible?
Hey, this tool hasnt worked with my 5700xt since 20.7.1 could you look into this? voltage gets reset to default every time i try and apply a profile, and if i set the voltages to the same value my pc locks up and restart you can set the voltages to that in wattman though and its not a problem
Hi I have done a new version of ONT R.B.R.T edition.
Tede updated my version to his 0.3.0 beta version, and said I can post it, he solved some problems he saw and I also have solved another ones he saw. He also suggested to implement changes at the apply buttons when an option is runing.
With this new version for manual options, you have to set a profile first to get the starting values or unlock dpms when an option is checked/uncheked, or if you change from manual to auto and to manual again. The apply captions ar changing from apply to apply the profile or values, start to start the options to work when an option is checked, or apply/start if an option is checked but the profile isn't loaded and stop.
Nobody than me have tested it, seems to work for me. Let me know if you see some problem. Hope it works four you.
You can see with this gif how it is working:
You have more info about the tool options at this post.
@Poisson thnx ill give this version a try hopefully it works!!
Working with Vega
You are welcome, but my options aren't working for the Navi Rx 5000 gpus. It is working for navi but without my options.
You are welcome, it could work for vega but nobody have tested the tool with it, I only have tested it for my 590. It could work as vega have avfs voltages. The auto mode, that is the default mode fpolaris gpus areusing avfs voltages that are changing for the same dpm clock with the temp. At auto you can't change the voltages, the voltages are automatically setted for the clocks you set. The manual mode is using a fixed voltage for dpm clock, but with my voltage options you can do it to work like an avfs mode. This is how it works for polaris, but I can't know how is this working for Vega, R9 200, 300 or furys gpus. R9 200, 300 and furys gpus could work but the auto mode will don't have avfs voltages, only the auto setted voltages for per dpm clock.
Great!, thanks for testing it.
So are Vega gpus using avfs at auto mode and fixed voltages at manual?
Fixed V, my config (imported) at Manual OC.
NP found, should work for everyone.
Great, thanks for the info and the test.
Excellent worked with 5700xt driver 20.5.1, but hasn't worked with since 20.7.1, voltage gets reset to default.
I'm having a similiar issue. I have a Windows 7 Pro system with a 8GB RX 580 but for some reason 0.2.7, 0.2.8, and 0.2.9 do not work. I have tried driver version 20.4.2, 20.9.1, 19.9.2, and 19.8.1 where the response in all situations is "This GPU is not supported" and wondering what I could be doing wrong, besides the obvious of not using W10... ODNT says W7 or newer... Did you ever find a fix for this?
"Hello, problem in 20.5.1 is because AMD has chagned one file name from 'atikmdag.sys' into 'amdkmdag.sys'
Here is 0.2.9 beta1 which should fix this
Try this one
Just copy Your .ini to the folder (to maintain Your OC settings).
I'm currently using drivers 19.8.1 which appears to be the last version that only allows the drivers to be installed, from thereafter the AMD software is required during install. With this version I still get the "GPU is not supported" message. If you're confident this may be a case of too old of drivers then I'll give 20.4.2 or newer a shot (suggestion for W7?) Thanks though for the fast reply!
Try: 20.5.1 WHQL then 7.2 and 8.3 and lastly 9.1 (best for me is 20.5.1).
Im on WinX 2004 v. xx.508
For W7 there isn't a 20.5.1 and so I tried the other three 7.2, 8.3, and 9.1 with the same results on two different W7 systems. The same answer, including v0.2.9b1, was "This GPU is not supported." Thoughts?