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WYP 15-06-19 11:39 AM

What does AMD's Radeon RX 5700 series Base, Boost and Gaming clocks mean?
 
What's a gaming clock?

https://overclock3d.net/gfx/articles...072327884s.jpg

Read more about AMD's Radeon Navi base, boost and game clock speeds.

AngryGoldfish 17-06-19 07:00 PM

I'm excited to see if these are decent overclockers or if they're already maxed out to stay competitive like almost every other card AMD has released in the last few years.

Warchild 17-06-19 07:26 PM

the values look quite rounded off. Perhaps it means there is headroom. With the exception of the game clock.

WYP 17-06-19 08:22 PM

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Originally Posted by Warchild (Post 1007525)
the values look quite rounded off. Perhaps it means there is headroom. With the exception of the game clock.

I'm curious what undervolting and power slider adjustments will do to that game clock. The base RX 5700 looks like an overclocking beast.

NeverBackDown 18-06-19 01:30 AM

It would depend on the binning I suppose for the base RX5700.

Warchild 18-06-19 07:50 AM

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Originally Posted by WYP (Post 1007531)
I'm curious what undervolting and power slider adjustments will do to that game clock. The base RX 5700 looks like an overclocking beast.

Certainly does. My only concern right now is the cooler in use. I hope AMD learned from their Fury generation that cooling has to take a better priority than it has in the past.

Their blocks always looked like they didn't exhaust the air well enough. The fan itself looked fine but I do wonder how the fins will be underneath as air is forced through.

WYP 18-06-19 08:13 AM

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Originally Posted by Warchild (Post 1007549)
Certainly does. My only concern right now is the cooler in use. I hope AMD learned from their Fury generation that cooling has to take a better priority than it has in the past.

Their blocks always looked like they didn't exhaust the air well enough. The fan itself looked fine but I do wonder how the fins will be underneath as air is forced through.

Hard to know until people have the coolers in hand. 7nm and Navi's increased power efficiency will help, but on the other hand the GPU die here is packing better than Vega 64 performance in less than half the area IIRC.

Navi takes a lot of steps in the right direction, but ultimately what isn't great about their stock coolers will be addressed by their AIB partners.

Warchild 18-06-19 08:22 AM

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Originally Posted by WYP (Post 1007552)
Hard to know until people have the coolers in hand. 7nm and Navi's increased power efficiency will help, but on the other hand the GPU die here is packing better than Vega 64 performance in less than half the area IIRC.

Navi takes a lot of steps in the right direction, but ultimately what isn't great about their stock coolers will be addressed by their AIB partners.

Do we have confirmation that AIB boards are allowed? again, reference to Fury gen where they were not permitted meaning a plethora of disappointment.

WYP 18-06-19 08:49 AM

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Originally Posted by Warchild (Post 1007553)
Do we have confirmation that AIB boards are allowed? again, reference to Fury gen where they were not permitted meaning a plethora of disappointment.

AMD would be stupid to not let their mainstream card become available to AIBs. This is a Mainstream play. An RX 570/80 series replacement.

As far as the Fury Gen goes, there were custom versions of the Fury Non-X. I do get what you mean though.

With Navi having more mass-market appeal, it is very likely that they will receive a lot of interest from AIBs.

Warchild 18-06-19 09:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by WYP (Post 1007554)
AMD would be stupid to not let their mainstream card become available to AIBs. This is a Mainstream play. An RX 570/80 series replacement.

As far as the Fury Gen goes, there were custom versions of the Fury Non-X. I do get what you mean though.

With Navi having more mass-market appeal, it is very likely that they will receive a lot of interest from AIBs.

There were custom versions? perhaps I got the wrong gen of GPU then. I could swear one offering from AMD, prohibited AIB coolers and such. At least you get my point though.

WYP 18-06-19 09:54 AM

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Originally Posted by Warchild (Post 1007561)
There were custom versions? perhaps I got the wrong gen of GPU then. I could swear one offering from AMD, prohibited AIB coolers and such. At least you get my point though.

The full Fury X was only made by AMD, but the Fury (Non-X) has AIB versions from ASUS and Sapphire.

https://tpucdn.com/reviews/Sapphire/.../pressshot.jpg
https://www.asus.com/media/global/pr...90_end_500.png
https://www.asus.com/Graphics-Cards/...RYDC34GGAMING/

Warchild 18-06-19 09:56 AM

Aha that explains it then.

tgrech 18-06-19 10:32 AM

The new design reference coolers for the 5700/XT use a vapour chamber design with an all aluminium shroud, and graphite thermal pad, so will likely be closer in performance to the old Titan coolers than old AMD coolers.

https://assets.rockpapershotgun.com/...XT-innards.png


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