RX Vega Owners Thread, Tests, Mods, BIOS & Tweaks !

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  1. Skinner

    Skinner Master Guru

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    Someone playing Fallout4 en GTA5 with enb and get dark/black textures? (GTA5 is difficult though the update interfears with redux for example.)
     
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    Ah will be fine as long as you have a backup ready mate.

    2.77 yes, just used the windows tool. Was done in 5 seconds, was quite surprised.
     
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  3. Evildead666

    Evildead666 Maha Guru

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    At least there is the 2nd BIOS, I'm just hoping i'm getting the right one.
    The one on TPU seems to have worked for some, so i'm going with that.
    Unless I see a more recent dump from somewhere trustable. ;)

    edit : I have done some benchmarks, google my name and vega64, and it wont be far down. 3 with me.
    Just to see if the site can still handle the traffic. ;)
    edit2: Its murc btw.
     
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    Does anyone have some tips on how to keep my Vega 64 LC at 1750 I have tried putting the power Limit to +50 also I put the volts to 1250 The clock keeps jumping around I Cannot keep it add a consistent 1750 thanks guys
     

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    Have you tried dropping the voltage by 5mV at a time and re-testing ? 1250mV sounds like a lot, and you're probably hitting the power wall. Whats your HBM Voltage/Clock ?
    What temps are you having ?
     
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    Out of curiosity have you tried lowering the voltages somewhat and then upping the PL to 50% with 1750mhz.
     
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    I'll have to give Give it a shot undervolting it tonight my max temps are 65c and for the HBM I left it at stock setting
     
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    Not yet I'm gonna do that tonight ill let you guys know how it turns out thanks for the help both of you
     
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    You mean like this?

     
  10. Skinner

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    Thanks for pointing at the thread, I see Boris thinks of the drivers, wel hopefully things will work later on.
     
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    Has anyone here flashed their Vega64 with the liquid BIOS from TPU ?

    Just wondering what OC perf they are getting with the 17.9.1 drivers ?
    Had a hell of a time getting an OC stable, it seemed much harder than with the 17.8.2 and the Aircooled BIOS ?
    Also, not much of an OC, it gets up to 1707MHz, and hits a low of 1691MHz.

    In GPU-Z, there is a GPU temp value (Hot Spot) that regularly hits above 60°C, whereas the GPU never gets above 44/45°C.
    Anyone else seen similar behaviour ?
     
  15. OnnA

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    Evildead666
    Remember not every Driver has same OC 'Yelds" :oops:
    Best drivers on my Fiji was capable of givin' me some 1120/570 at 1.212/1.337 Stable whole Mark ;) but most of em' need 1.218v on Core.

    PS.
    Remember that is 0.6mV increase in V on Core & 0.25mV on HBM when Hex editing values.
     

  16. Evildead666

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    I've also noticed (since I started using GPU-Z to check the frequencies while gaming) that the frequency drops to ~1300MHz while gaming, most of the time.
    Run a benchmark, like Superposition, and it clocks right back up, and stays there.
    Its as if the GPU or driver is detecting that its not needing 100% of the GPU, and downclocking for that reason.
    I haven't been all through my games yet, and ther is also the fact I don't play anything very recent.
    It could also be my i5 that is not up to the snuff, but the CPU isn't exactly being taxed either. It might be on One core, but certainly not on all.

    I've done a few more benches this weekend, with the Vega Overclocked (or so I thought) and will get them up when I can.
     
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    Hi

    On Buildzoid video he said that it can't be set P State 6 and P State 7 with same clock values, at cost of losing overall performance, and that was what the guy on that video did. So the results can be better that the ones he got.
    I don't have any Vega card so I can't confirm, but I trust on his findings.

    Thanks and be well...
     
  19. OnnA

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    Im always setting different Values for every state P1->P7 for my Fiji
    And i saw that Video early today ;) (Yes i have Buildzoid subed, it seems every OC/Tweaks fan have similar thoughts)
     
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    Buildzoid discovered that "memory voltage" has a direct effect on vcore voltage. Even if you have vcore set at 1.25v, it wont run at the voltage if the memory voltage is to low. He called the memory voltage "vcore floor' or something like that. And sure enough I tested, bumping up that memory voltage I can sustain 1720+ clocks...problem for me is, when ever I set the memory voltage high than 1.050v, HBM gets stuck at 800Mhz but runs fine a 1105Mhs </= 1.050v.

    Need someone to confirm is this is a problem with wattman on the 17.9.1 drivers.
     
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