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  • Thisisaline
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    Will this tool allow me to underclock the core clock and memory clock? The post below from 2 years ago was the only one I found that mentioned underclocking, but it looks like it isn't straightforward, and the post was never answered anyway. I don't know how much the tool has changed since then.

    Thanks in advance for any advice.

    Originally posted by Lucie View Post
    Hi,

    thanks for this interesting tools.

    I try to use it to UNDERclock the GPU.

    In "radeon_profile.ui" I found where the slider for GPU % Oc is set :



    but there is not "minimum" setup.

    So there is 2 questions.

    Q1 : does the method " void any_class::setOverclockValue(const QString &file, const int percentage) " work with negative percentage ?
    this can be expected as "const int percentage" technically allow negatives integers.

    Q2 : is there any way we/you can add a "minimum" property for the OC slider so we can use it to underclock the GPU ?

    best regards,

    Samuel

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  • Horigo
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    I've just found this
    https://www.reddit.com/r/linux_gamin...ltage_control/
    So it looks like i am not alone.
    The guy also have a gigabyte gaming Vega !!

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  • Horigo
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    Well i made some testing, it looks like the voltages are not applicated !

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  • Horigo
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    I think no, fan speed looks the same.
    edit: well in fact fan speed is faster, as the card is really hot.
    Last edited by Horigo; 07-02-2019, 01:45 PM.

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  • tildearrow
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    Originally posted by Horigo View Post
    Dam its HOT !!






    What temperature is it for the Vega 56 ? The hotspost or the GPU ?

    Under Windows i am at 73°C on the GPU, and under Linux 86°C ! Why ?
    Does your fan spin faster on Windows?

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  • Horigo
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    Dam its HOT !!






    What temperature is it for the Vega 56 ? The hotspost or the GPU ?

    Under Windows i am at 73°C on the GPU, and under Linux 86°C ! Why ?

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  • Melcar
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    If you set the power limit at that the the card will try to stay within that max, throttling if necessary.

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  • xcom
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    If it shows 115 watt then that is the maximum for sure?

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  • Melcar
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    Originally posted by xcom View Post

    - Does it need a kernel parameter like Wattman?
    - My GPU can use up to 155W. Why the sw has a maximum of 115 W ?
    - If I set something it will be stored even after reboot?
    - It does need a kernel parameter. This will be true for all Overdrive overclocking with the driver.
    - The utility lets you increase/decrease the default power limit, within the limits specified by your card's vbios (usually +/- 20-50% depending on the card).
    - There is an option to restore settings at login.

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  • xcom
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    Originally posted by Melcar View Post
    Sort of. It's basically a gui that lets you overclock, create fan curves, monitor frequencies/temperature, generate graphs, and run executables with environment variables. Most of it is simple and self explanatory, but a few of the functions you have to configure yourself.
    - Does it need a kernel parameter like Wattman?
    - My GPU can use up to 155W. Why the sw has a maximum of 115 W ?
    - If I set something it will be stored even after reboot?

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