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    Phoronix: CoreCtl 1.2 Brings Support For More Sensors, Voltage Offsets

    CoreCtl 1.2 was released this week as the open-source, independently-developed application for exposing more sensor support on Linux and offering various controls aroudnd over/under-clocking and other tuning. At the moment CoreCtl is primarily focused on making the most use of AMD Radeon GPUs under Linux with some options not otherwise readily available on the platform...

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...l-1.2-Released

  • #2
    Isn't it CoreCtrl? https://gitlab.com/corectrl/corectrl

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Mthw View Post
      Yeah fixed, just really exhausted today and was thinking of a different ctl program.
      Michael Larabel
      http://www.michaellarabel.com/

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      • #4
        ive tried this on my laptop with apu but got lots of stutters. its either a bug of the app or somehow the app fights against the laptop limitations

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        • #5
          Last time I used it, I also noticed a performance penalty while using the program which vanished after uninstalling it.

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          • #6
            Spelling error: "aroudnd"

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            • #7
              Originally posted by ms178 View Post
              Last time I used it, I also noticed a performance penalty while using the program which vanished after uninstalling it.
              Likely unrelated. And I bet it was just thermal throttling, and downclocked your core as a result. Just my hunch

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              • #8
                Finally some thing that gives me some useful info about my GPU. Loaded a 4K AV1 from YT and the fan barely spins. Hopefully this becomes available for Centos where I really need this and the GPU gets run into the ground.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by perpetually high View Post

                  Likely unrelated. And I bet it was just thermal throttling, and downclocked your core as a result. Just my hunch
                  It definetly was related to using that program. I regularly bench with a CPU-limited older game to verify the performance as I play around with newer compilers and I did a classic AB test with and without using that program. The reason for using CoreCtrl was not undervolting (I do this already via a config file) but it was to increase the fan speeds, as I only own a blower-style Vega 56, hence the temperatures were even better when using CoreCtrl but the performane was more than 10 % worse. Maybe their diagnostics eat a lot of ressources or there is another performance-costing bug in there.

                  In GPU-limited games the performance regression wasn't noticeable though.

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                  • #10
                    Article error: Why is the video for CoreCtrl 1.0?

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