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  • #91
    Originally posted by middy View Post

    its not broken. its a feature and i'm being serious about that. amd purposefully made it that the fan will never go above ~2000-2300rpm as that is the max rpm. out of 5000. they designed the fan profile to keep the core around 85c and 115c hotspot. they chose to kill performance rather than increase the fan because they still have ptsd vietnam flashbacks over the 290 series with their loud fans running at 10,000rpm and how they got ridiculed heavily for it.

    I picked up a 5700xt myself and put a morpheus on it. keeps the core around 55-57c and hotspot around 79-81c. had to use 0.3mm metal washers from home depot on the mounting nuts connecting to the cold plate. along with using the amd retention bracket after messing around 7 times with different mounting techniques. kinda feel like i should have just picked up a 2070 super fe instead but i wanted open source linux drivers that just werked. though the card is pretty beastly at 1900mhz range its running at on its own since the thermals are under control. really keeps up with a 2070 super and in some games with a 2080. like bf:v. wish it didn't cost the same after the morpheus mod. well i wish amd had AIB's release at launch instead of waiting one to two months out. ridiculous.

    on a side note the windows drivers have been ridiculously awful. so damn buggy. from green screens during driver installation, to random TDR's causing the screen turning black at anytime and directx errors of cannot find graphics device. so many complaints. amd seriously needs to get their act together and learn to code. they make great hardware but seriously shoot themselves in the foot with the software experience.
    I agree with everything you've said here, except the first sentence. AMD might not consider it broken but it is.

    I can't justify the Morpheus II because that that point I should just by a 2070 Super. I did manage to get it working pretty decent in windows right now:

    -Disable freesync
    -Disable HDCP
    -Don't touch the Virtual Super Resolution (leave it disabled)
    -Undervolt / Underclock the GPU (I'm actually putting it at the game clock AMD says it is suppose to run at).
    -Force close all applications that poll sensors (anything related to amd and radeon in task manager).

    I'm tempted to return this and wait for the aftermarket coolers, Mine isn't stable without the undervolt / underclock to keep temperatures in check.

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    • #92
      Originally posted by ic3man5 View Post
      For some reason I'm not getting the same results as the AMD RX5700 XT benchmarks are showing. I'm assuming I did something wrong?

      Copy/Paste from the Generated HTML file:

      Unigine Heaven Benchmark 4.0

      FPS: 59.5
      Score: 1498
      Min FPS: 18.9
      Max FPS: 120.4
      System

      Platform: Linux 4.18.0-25-generic x86_64
      CPU model: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4770K CPU @ 3.50GHz (3499MHz) x8
      GPU model: Unknown GPU (256MB) x1
      Settings

      Render: OpenGL
      Mode: 2560x1440 8xAA fullscreen
      Preset Custom
      Quality Ultra
      Tessellation: Extreme
      Confirmed here (albeit a little late); my 5700 XT also gets way less frames than the Phoronix benchmarks, and I also ran the Heaven benchmark manually.

      Unigine Heaven Benchmark 4.0
      FPS: 60.9
      Score: 1534
      Min FPS: 13.4
      Max FPS: 116.4
      System
      Platform: Linux 5.10.2-2-MANJARO x86_64
      CPU model: AMD Ryzen 9 3900X 12-Core Processor (3792MHz) x24
      GPU model: Unknown GPU (256MB) x1
      Settings
      Render: OpenGL
      Mode: 2560x1440 8xAA fullscreen
      Preset Custom
      Quality Ultra
      Tessellation: Extreme

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      • #93
        Originally posted by josh_walrath View Post

        Confirmed here (albeit a little late); my 5700 XT also gets way less frames than the Phoronix benchmarks, and I also ran the Heaven benchmark manually.

        Unigine Heaven Benchmark 4.0
        FPS: 60.9
        Score: 1534
        Min FPS: 13.4
        Max FPS: 116.4
        System
        Platform: Linux 5.10.2-2-MANJARO x86_64
        CPU model: AMD Ryzen 9 3900X 12-Core Processor (3792MHz) x24
        GPU model: Unknown GPU (256MB) x1
        Settings
        Render: OpenGL
        Mode: 2560x1440 8xAA fullscreen
        Preset Custom
        Quality Ultra
        Tessellation: Extreme
        HOWEVER, when running with the Phoronix Test Suite (phoronix-test-suite benchmark unigine-heaven), my FPS goes from 60.9 to 101.10, so a significant difference definitely seems to exist from the manual benchmarks:

        Code:
        heaven_bench
        
        AMD Ryzen 9 3900X 12-Core testing with a ASUS ROG CROSSHAIR VIII HERO (WI-FI) (1001 BIOS) and XFX AMD Radeon RX 5600 OEM/5600 XT / 5700/5700 8GB on ManjaroLinux 20.2.1 via the Phoronix Test Suite.
        Unigine Heaven 4.0
        Resolution: 2560 x 1440 - Mode: Fullscreen - Renderer: OpenGL
        Frames Per Second > Higher Is Better
        Unigine Heaven benchmark . 101.10 |============================================

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