RDNA2 RX6000 Series Owners Thread, Tests, Mods, BIOS & Tweaks !

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon' started by OnnA, Oct 29, 2020.

  1. ultraex2003

    ultraex2003 Master Guru

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    ultra settings + fsr on /ultra quality

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    ultra settings + RT on

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  2. Alessio1989

    Alessio1989 Ancient Guru

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    Are all 6700 stable with memory at 2100? or you just got a lucky sample?
     
  3. ultraex2003

    ultraex2003 Master Guru

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    bro! I don't know I have red devil 6700xt
     
  4. Bostonjunk

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    I got a Red Devil as well, and I'm stable at 2100MHz with fast timings
     

  5. Dekaohtoura

    Dekaohtoura Master Guru

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    XFX QICK 6700XT, 2100/fast timings set, usually hovers around 2088.
     
  6. Truder

    Truder Ancient Guru

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    Sapphire Nitro+ 6700XT - The auto overclocker sets it to 2150MHz and I can also set it to fast timings too

    I leave it stock though since I'm not bandwidth constrained but it's nice to know I have the headroom.
     
  7. WarGasimXD

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    I need a little help with my xfx merc 6750xt. just upgraded from a old gtx 980 Ti i bought back in 2015. problem im having im getting the same fps in warzone 2 and bf 2042 as i did with the 980Ti. Ive used every video settings in game from low to recommended and getting the same frames as i did before. most of the time my 980Ti got better frames. I know there is a issue but cant figure it out. using the amd adrenaline software and using there OC settings made no difference.
     
  8. pegasus1

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    What resolution? Also did you properly clean out the old NV drivers.
     
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  9. illusiveman

    illusiveman Master Guru

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    CPU bottleneck !? What CPU do you have ?
     
  10. The_Amazing_X

    The_Amazing_X Master Guru

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    We need your system specs.

    Just as an example, if you have a fx8350 with a rx580 you have 60 fps at 1080p you change to a rx6800 and you get the same fps, your cpu wont keep up with the gpu. This is the reason we need to know your system specs and res you play.
     

  11. The_Amazing_X

    The_Amazing_X Master Guru

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  12. haps

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    Hey,
    Im having fun with new 6750 XT. For starters I've played few hours with OC core ~2720 @ 1150mv and memory slider max 2300 mhz.Then I've tried MorePowerTool to raise memory clock above 2312. When I do raise it above 2312 in AMD Driver panel then core downclocks to 500 mhz. What have I missed ?
     
  13. oBLIQUE

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  14. kanenas

    kanenas Master Guru

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    these are locked and I don't know if there will be a fix sometime in the future but there is something else you can try if you have already changed them, add 12(912-1412) but not more than 25 (925-1425), it will give you a few more fps
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  15. kanenas

    kanenas Master Guru

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    You can't, it's locked by AMD, but as I wrote to a friend below, you can change DPM 3 to 900-1400, this will give you 2190, on the 6800 I have, I run it at 912-1412 to 925-1425 and I have a small increase in performance.
     

  16. pegasus1

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    I just bumped up the power limit on my 6900XT, il have to check the exact settings when im home tonight and get back to you.
     
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  17. haps

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    Thanks. I also found some nice tips on IgorsLab - like lowering SOC voltage.

    For anyone interested, I run 6750 XT with PSU 12V rail 432 WAT. No problems, 12V measured and seems rock stable under stress. Air coming out of psu is barley warm. Its just for few days ;)
     
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  18. pegasus1

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    Ok this is what i run on my WCed 6900XT, the max i run is 2600mhz, it goes faster but the performance isnt worth the power draw and heat generation.
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  19. Espionage724

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    Are there any specific PowerPlay Feature Control options that can be checked or unchecked?

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    I've heard that all the "DS_" options should be unchecked to avoid stuttering. I've seen someone say to uncheck everything on the left side. "DF_CSTATE" looks like something that could be unchecked to disable C states for something?
     
  20. pharma

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    FYI ...
    GPU repair service reports a sudden spike of broken Radeon RX 6900/6800 GPUs
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