- Mar 10, 2015
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|Motherboard||ASRock Taichi X570|
|Memory||32GB GSkill CL16 3600mhz|
|Video Card(s)||Vega 56|
|Storage||2 x AData XPG 8200 Pro 1TB|
|Display(s)||3440 x 1440|
|Case||Thermaltake Tower 900|
|Power Supply||Seasonic Prime Ultra Platinum|
I don't understand. I don't lose performance when I undervolt. I undervolt and overclock and gain performance. How is this not relevant? Where is the turning down?I think that data set is interesting to see the results, but, that's about it.
I don't buy a card to turn it down to save power. I disagree wholeheartedly that UV is as relevant as overclocking. People don't typically turn their GPUs down (unless they have to), they turn it up (because they want to, and can).
Also, other party cards will undervolt as well. If this is able to UV/UC better, who knows (that is sample related too).