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If you got a sweet deal on your 5700 XT or you desperately need a new GPU then it's obviously worth it. But as a guy who upped from a 1080 Ti (mostly the same performance level as 5700 XT) I'd recommend you going for something beefier. 7800 XT or 6950 XT, whatever is cheaper.
I know that the 7800 XT would be a better upgrade, but i feel that i won't use it to its fullest potential. Lately I've been playing less AAA games, instead, I'm mostly playing LoL, some competitive shooters (casually mostly), and some indie games. The 5700 XT is a great card, but I feel like it's at its last moments.
 
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feel like it's at its last moments.
Morally? Only if you want something more than just playing games.
Physically? Unless it's destroyed or works with stability issues, it's fine.

With your gaming preferences, I'd wait a couple generations till getting something of 7800 XT's speed becomes a 2.5 hundred dollar question.
 

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On the undervolting adventure and benchmark scores just keep getting better. Managed to break 7k on Superposition Extreme

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0. Your GPU as you stated above defaults at 140 W. This is the power it's limited by BIOS.
1. By adjusting voltage, you offset the voltage-frequency curve so your GPU hits higher clocks whilst staying in the same power level.
2. The lower you set your voltage the higher will be the frequency given you don't move the power limit slider.

All this leads to doing things this way if you don't need any speed boost and you're only hunting energy saving:

0. Reset the GPU to the stock values and monitor your GPU clock and wattage. Write them down somewhere or just remember them if your brain functions properly (unlike mine).
1. Move the voltage slider until you get stability issues and set it about 20 mV higher than that when you found an unstable one.
2. Decrease the maximum frequency slider until you get the frequency you had at stock settings minus 50 MHz (minus 200 MHz if you're hunting EXTREME efficiency whatever it takes).
3. Test if everything is still stable in every benchmark and game you can come up with.
4A. In case it is you start compensating lost performance with increasing VRAM bandwidth. Usually RX 6700 GPUs allow you to straight up max the slider out. 2110 MHz is possible on 100% GPUs.
4B. In case you have some stability issues you should increase voltage by 5 mV increments until it stops glitching/crashing/etc. Then you follow it up with increasing VRAM speed.
5. You are allowed to move your power limit slider to the left as well, yet this can lead to poor framerate stability: GPU doesn't crash but you don't feel smoothness anymore. You'd rather let it be at no offset position.

Unfortunately, this is all you can do about it.

Great advice.

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This is my Gigabyte RX 6750 XT GAMING OC 12GB undervolt result. Setting 1160MV cause unstable issue on daily usage (Playing video on YouTube/Facebook will freeze a little).

Temps when gaming Counter Strike 2 @ Room Temperature around 29Celsius (I live in South East Asia area and 29C is quite a cooling day):
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Currently trying 2640MHz and lower. Used to be 2600MHz @ 1160Mv but had unstable issues.
 
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Great advice.

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This is my Gigabyte RX 6750 XT GAMING OC 12GB undervolt result. Setting 1160MV cause unstable issue on daily usage (Playing video on YouTube/Facebook will freeze a little).

Temps when gaming Counter Strike 2 @ Room Temperature around 29Celsius (I live in South East Asia area and 29C is quite a cooling day):

Currently trying 2640MHz and lower. Used to be 2600MHz @ 1160Mv but had unstable issues.
Your GPU is idling all the way. Can't make any conclusions whatsoever. Reobserve it please.
 
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Do u mean the temperature? The screenshot I posted is to look at the maximum temperature after gaming about 1hour
Ah, sorry, my bad, I'm a bit colour blind. Didn't notice these numbers in red. Good result.
 

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Great advice.

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This is my Gigabyte RX 6750 XT GAMING OC 12GB undervolt result. Setting 1160MV cause unstable issue on daily usage (Playing video on YouTube/Facebook will freeze a little).

Temps when gaming Counter Strike 2 @ Room Temperature around 29Celsius (I live in South East Asia area and 29C is quite a cooling day):

Currently trying 2640MHz and lower. Used to be 2600MHz @ 1160Mv but had unstable issues.
Terrible vcore. I run my card at 1050mV :eek:
 
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Terrible vcore. I run my card at 1050mV
It's only valid to compare if both GPUs have the same clock and the same curve. Look at his MSi Afterburner log, it shows 1050 mV as the max voltage.
 

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It's only valid to compare if both GPUs have the same clock and the same curve. Look at his MSi Afterburner log, it shows 1050 mV as the max voltage.
Ah okay, my bad. Here's my current settings

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Figured out the driver crashing issue using mGPU with RX 6700 XT and RX 6700. Simply swapping the cards and make the 6700 non xt primary did the trick.

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Wait, what? What kinda of wizardry is this?! :eek:
Crazy!!!

Can mGPU (crossfire) rx 6400 with a 6500XT, I've done that too.

In theory, can do like a rx 6600 with a 6650 or 6600 xt ect.

Do not think I can mGPU the rx 6700 with a 6500, but I have the gear to try it . Should I?
 

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Crazy!!!

Can mGPU (crossfire) rx 6400 with a 6500XT, I've done that too.

In theory, can do like a rx 6600 with a 6650 or 6600 xt ect.

Do not think I can mGPU the rx 6700 with a 6500, but I have the gear to try it . Should I?
Why not, for science :D
 
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Why not, for science :D
Haha! Will do, give me like a day or two.

Here's some RX 6700 Crossfire eye candies.

Cinebench 2024 GPU and below this __>

GPU PI 32B RX 6700 XT ~VS~ 2X RX 6700 mGPU

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For some reason, fast timings became stable for me. I don't know if it's the platform (LGA1200 ES → LGA1700 "normal" CPU) or drivers, but it's running rock solid for the whole night long. Never tested this driver on my last PC and can't test it because I don't have that CPU anymore.

Allowed ridiculous (300 W + 15%) wattage by MorePowerTool, yet the GPU still doesn't want to "eat" it. I don't see anything higher than low 200s. Higher frequencies, instead of leading to higher consumption, just crash everything to desktop. xD

It definitely can do faster than that but something (either insufficient voltage or something in BIOS) prevents my GPU from rocking 2950 (effectively 2880ish) MHz. I don't lack cooling, I don't lack VRM capacity, I don't lack PSU capacity. Will investigate.

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Pushed it to the 2805 max clock (2730 to 2745 effective MHz). Crashes if I go 2810. Hm.
 
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Why not, for science :D
Ok, just hot swapped the cards. RX 6500 XT and RX 6700 XT are not compatible, no mGPU option. I tried with one of each as primary. Same after driver re-install just in case. I don't have a 6600/xT anymore. I sold em off a while ago.

For some reason, fast timings became stable for me. I don't know if it's the platform (LGA1200 ES → LGA1700 "normal" CPU) or drivers, but it's running rock solid for the whole night long. Never tested this driver on my last PC and can't test it because I don't have that CPU anymore.

Allowed ridiculous (300 W + 15%) wattage by MorePowerTool, yet the GPU still doesn't want to "eat" it. I don't see anything higher than low 200s. Higher frequencies, instead of leading to higher consumption, just crash everything to desktop. xD

It definitely can do faster than that but something (either insufficient voltage or something in BIOS) prevents my GPU from rocking 2950 (effectively 2880ish) MHz. I don't lack cooling, I don't lack VRM capacity, I don't lack PSU capacity. Will investigate.

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Pushed it to the 2805 max clock (2730 to 2745 effective MHz). Crashes if I go 2810. Hm.

I noticed Timespy works good to get closer to the desired clocks. Maybe Nightraid too, I'd have to double check that though. It seems RDNA2 is really geared to DX12_2 1440/2160P gaming. Mid ranged cards like ours 10 and 12gb vram is really sweet. At least this is was I notice running benchmarks often. Anything DX 11 and under, the card seems to slack the clocks for whatever reason.
 
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Mid ranged cards like ours 10 and 12gb vram is really sweet
I kinda disagree on this because it feels excessive at 1080p60 and can't fully utilise the 1440p 144 Hz displays, let alone 4K ones. 1440p60 is just why. Not fast, not high fidelity.

My current setup is a 4K monitor (60 Hz) and RX 6700 XT is really struggling with this resolution. I have to lower a lot of settings to get DX12_2 things run smoothly. Not to mention ray tracing is a complete no go at 4K with such a GPU.

So IMHO the sweet spot is RX 6800. This GPU has considerably more horsepowers than these cut-out 6700s.
 
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I kinda disagree on this because it feels excessive at 1080p60 and can't fully utilise the 1440p 144 Hz displays, let alone 4K ones. 1440p60 is just why. Not fast, not high fidelity.

My current setup is a 4K monitor (60 Hz) and RX 6700 XT is really struggling with this resolution. I have to lower a lot of settings to get DX12_2 things run smoothly. Not to mention ray tracing is a complete no go at 4K with such a GPU.

So IMHO the sweet spot is RX 6800. This GPU has considerably more horsepowers than these cut-out 6700s.

Stomps my 2060's. Gotta say faster than 3060ti in some cases too. But I see your point. Decent mid ranged entry level card for the pricing though. The performance per dollar is good.
 
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FCLK is overtuned by default. Running 1440 MHz instead of 1940 (red) and 1800 MHz (blue).

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Lowering this to 1440 MHz decreased my GPU's power consumption by about 4 to 5 percent whilst I don't notice any performance loss whatsoever. Lowering to 1200 caused framerate instability at 4K (yet it was completely stable at 1080p).

Didn't help achieving my initial goal but saving a couple percent wattage is always welcome!
 

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Processor AMD Ryzen 7 5800X @ PBO+200 / AMD Ryzen 5 3600 @ PBO+200
Motherboard Gigabyte B550M Aorus Elite / Asus ROG Crosshair VII Hero
Cooling Arctic Freezer 50 / Alphacool custom loop
Memory 32GB Kingston HyperX Fury DDR4-3466 / 16GB Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4-3200
Video Card(s) PowerColor RX 6700 XT Fighter / Asus HD 7970 Matrix
Storage 2x 1TB NVMe + 3x 480GB + 256GB SSD + 6TB HDD / 128GB + 2x120GB + 240GB SSD
Display(s) Acer Nitro XV273K (27" 4K120 IPS) + Lenovo L32p-30 (32" 4K60 IPS) / 24" 1080p144 TN + 24" 1080p60 VA
Case Fractal Design Define Mini C / Corsair 4000D Airflow White
Audio Device(s) Asus TUF H3 Wireless / Corsair HS35
Power Supply EVGA Supernova G2 750W w/ Cablemod red sleeved cables / Seasonic Focus+ Gold FX-750
Mouse Logitech MX518 Legendary / Logitech G400s
Keyboard Roccat Vulcan 121 AIMO / NOS C450 Mini Pro
VR HMD Oculus Rift CV1
Software Win 11 Pro / Linux Mint 21.3 Cinnamon
Benchmark Scores They both run Crysis
Joined
Feb 24, 2023
Messages
2,022 (5.41/day)
Location
Aston Martin DB7's boot
System Name DLSS / YOLO-PC
Processor i5-12400F / 10600KF
Motherboard Gigabyte B760M DS3H / Z490 Vision D
Cooling Laminar RM1 / Gammaxx 400
Memory 32 GB DDR4-3200 / 16 GB DDR4-3333
Video Card(s) RX 6700 XT / RX 480 8 GB
Storage A couple SSDs, m.2 NVMe included / 240 GB CX1 + 1 TB WD HDD
Display(s) Compit HA2704 / Viewsonic VX3276-MHD-2
Case Matrexx 55 / Junkyard special
Audio Device(s) Want loud, use headphones. Want quiet, use satellites.
Power Supply Thermaltake 1000 W / FSP Epsilon 700 W / Corsair CX650M [backup]
Mouse Don't disturb, cheese eating in progress...
Keyboard Makes some noise. Probably onto something.
VR HMD I live in real reality and don't need a virtual one.
Software Windows 10 and 11
Joined
Mar 18, 2008
Messages
5,386 (0.92/day)
Location
Australia
System Name Night Rider | Mini LAN PC | Workhorse
Processor AMD R7 5800X3D | Ryzen 1600X | i7 970
Motherboard MSi AM4 Pro Carbon | GA- | Gigabyte EX58-UD5
Cooling Noctua U9S Twin Fan| Stock Cooler, Copper Core)| Big shairkan B
Memory 2x8GB DDR4 G.Skill Ripjaws 3600MHz| 2x8GB Corsair 3000 | 6x2GB DDR3 1300 Corsair
Video Card(s) MSI AMD 6750XT | 6500XT | MSI RX 580 8GB
Storage 1TB WD Black NVME / 250GB SSD /2TB WD Black | 500GB SSD WD, 2x1TB, 1x750 | WD 500 SSD/Seagate 320
Display(s) LG 27" 1440P| Samsung 20" S20C300L/DELL 15" | 22" DELL/19"DELL
Case LIAN LI PC-18 | Mini ATX Case (custom) | Atrix C4 9001
Audio Device(s) Onboard | Onbaord | Onboard
Power Supply Silverstone 850 | Silverstone Mini 450W | Corsair CX-750
Mouse Coolermaster Pro | Rapoo V900 | Gigabyte 6850X
Keyboard MAX Keyboard Nighthawk X8 | Creative Fatal1ty eluminx | Some POS Logitech
Software Windows 10 Pro 64 | Windows 10 Pro 64 | Windows 7 Pro 64/Windows 10 Home
Just installed my brand new Christmas present to myself a 5800X3D and my FPS result in Hogwarts Legacy paired with the 6750 XT...........didnt change at all :(
 
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