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April 04, 2017, 08:47:00 PM
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How are You doing it?

Is there a method? For example one card at time, down by 10mV pro minute, find the point it crashes, up 50mV, done?
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April 04, 2017, 09:27:31 PM
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How are You doing it?

Is there a method? For example one card at time, down by 10mV pro minute, find the point it crashes, up 50mV, done?

kind of that.

but if you use msi afterburner  you can set core clock and memory   blending all three.

say 1150 core
      2200 memory
         -60 mv

may be good for

a msi rx 480 8gb card red led gamer model

but not for a

asus rx 480 8gb dual white model.


and each and every card  even if the same make and model can vary a bit.


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April 04, 2017, 11:24:08 PM
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How are You doing it?

Is there a method? For example one card at time, down by 10mV pro minute, find the point it crashes, up 50mV, done?

kind of that.

but if you use msi afterburner  you can set core clock and memory   blending all three.

say 1150 core
      2200 memory
         -60 mv

may be good for

a msi rx 480 8gb card red led gamer model

but not for a

asus rx 480 8gb dual white model.


and each and every card  even if the same make and model can vary a bit.



Is there no way to change mem clock and core clocks in Linux?
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