- Oct 4, 2007
Well, I did not actually manually set the HBM voltage in Wattman, it did so on it's own when I enabled the manual voltage slider for the GPU voltage. I just went ahead and left that alone. (By the way, where do I find the HBM temp at, the radeon overlay?) All the other temps and results I was reading from the AMD Link App on my phone.)1020 is still a nice boost over the 945, but the stock blower really limits these cards..Please tell me you have it undervolted and have given it 65-70% custom PL via modified power limits vs the stock voltage etc? It will use less power and run cooler and faster.
If the mining boom had not happened, I problably would have been buying VEGAs, binning them, and shipping them to buyers with the proper settings already to go. They just plug it and and follow some simply directions and they are off the races. But the boom did happen, and made me a lot moar money :-D
ManofGod , any updates? You should not need the voltage that high, since that is really just the gPU floor voltage, and has nothing to do with the HBM voltage at all. We cannot control the HBM voltage at all.
Has anyone tried using the "Timing 1 vs Timing 2" option in Wattman 19.x? I have the first 19.x release, and the auto OC feature just black screens and then hard reboots my system. I tried it just for kicks even though I know what my cards can do. I have not played with those timings, as I am trying to figure out the best WC'ing path for my Radeon VIIs right now.