Overclocking Multiple Cards

#1

Hello

I have 2 RX 580s and 3 RX 570s. I need to input different values for these cards but can’t figure out how. I tried adding multiple values separated by commas but I got an error saying wrong format.

How can I do this?

Thanks

#2

Disregard…I found it.

For anyone else looking…you don’t use commas you use spaces between values.

#3

Hi there!
I’m also running some rx580 but also rx480’s. What kind of numbers have you tried and are you getting some good results?

#4

Hi Guys
Is there a Tutorial of something to show how to OC differant cards in the same rig … Im still new here thx

#5

nevermind thx i got my answer on telegram thx

#6

[quote=“JUPIE2008;403”]nevermind thx i got my answer on telegram thx[/quote] Hi Could you Share Oc functions for Rx480 8 gb If you have, waiting for it

#7

[quote=“invisible;1144”][quote=“JUPIE2008;403”]nevermind thx i got my answer on telegram thx[/quote] Hi Could you Share Oc functions for Rx480 8 gb If you have, waiting for it

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Hi!
I’m no expert but I’ll give you my take on this.
Config differs a lot! Even if you are running the exact same type of card the settings often differ. This is because of the “silicon lottery”.
I can give you an example what works good for my RX480 8GB Sapphire Nitro+ cards(again, this is just my cards, might differ for others) :
CORE 1000 1000 DPM 3 3 V 850 850 MEM 2100 2100

This gives me
GPU0
70° 30%
27.01
810

GPU1
70° 40%
27.00
809

Not that impressive figures but they run stable and doesnt take too much power. I have no idea how people get them to deliver 30-32MH/s using almost no power at all. Probably some super BIOS that I don’t have. I just copy the memory straps, nothing fancy. Once that is done I clock under undervolt as above.

Good luck!