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R9 NANO EFFICENCY UNDERCLOCKED/UNDERVOLT

Below is the latest "software" mod for the R9 Nano, but it also has new hardware modifications

Screenshot below is the "New Default" on one of the BIOS. So I no longer need Wattman. I now have the option to install display drivers only.
Take note of memory speed "600MHz" which is the new "Default Speed". With the hardware mod in place, memory can clock 660MHz with zero artifacts. ..Top speed is classed as unknown at this time, but it can go faster than 660MHz.

EDIT: Voltage is missing from the screenshot. Max core voltage at state 7 is 0.950v.
 

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R9 NANO EFFICENCY UNDERCLOCKED/UNDERVOLT

Below is the latest "software" mod for the R9 Nano, but it also has new hardware modifications

Screenshot below is the "New Default" on one of the BIOS. So I no longer need Wattman. I now have the option to install display drivers only.
Take note of memory speed "600MHz" which is the new "Default Speed". With the hardware mod in place, memory can clock 660MHz with zero artifacts. ..Top speed is classed as unknown at this time, but it can go faster than 660MHz.

EDIT: Voltage is missing from the screenshot. Max voltage at state 7 is 0.950v.
What is the power draw at those clock/voltage levels?
 
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What is the power draw at those clock/voltage levels?

I have to get back to you on that one with more voltage settings.

That set-up is for "Underclock" Ultra Extreme Efficiency. Max core voltage is 0.950 (State 7). .(already posted this)
I clawed back a lot of performance from the memory high clocks, ie reduced latency.
I can confirm this card is extremely difficult to produce artifacts due-to having around one hundred 0603 tantalum capacitors (stacked on top of ceramics) sitting behind the core, This is one reason why it can clock so high.

It's strange that I went for Tantalum other than Ceramics. It's expected to clock somewhere near or pass 700MHz on the Memory, but I only know 660MHz is working perfectly without issues. It's going to set a world record (on air) if it has not already done so for HBM with no additional cooling. ..Standard Nano cooling fan only with no adjustment to the fan profile, all running standard default.

Memory bandwidth is just plain crazy, see GPUZ..

I need to set-up 1000MHz core clock on the second BIOS for extreme efficiency.

EDIT: It's really nice that I no longer need to go into wattman when I upgrade software driver.
 
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I have three XFX R9 Fury X's and all are currently in use. Do I qualify for this group? BTW I wouldn't mind another one if the price is right.
 
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As predicted R9 Nano Clocks 699MHz on the HBM. The only thing that's stopping it from going any faster is the software which is not letting me insert 700MHz+. I've including the game "Close To The Sun" screenshot. ..This is the only game that shows artifacts if hardware is overclocked/underclocked too far, but is not applicable to this card. Extra ordinary, very difficult to get any artifacts out of it.

EDIT: Voltage State 0,1 & 2 are experimental, as I want to insure I can boot into windows.
EDIT2: The game "Close To The Sun" will show artifacts around the lights, on the right hand side if I go too far on the hardware. This is before I added around 100 Tantalum Capacitors to the card.
Unfortunately I believe that Memory OC is turned OFF automatically in drivers so even IF you can change your memory speed in certain OC programs the actual speed will always be 500Mhz....

I have three XFX R9 Fury X's and all are currently in use. Do I qualify for this group? BTW I wouldn't mind another one if the price is right.
I have the Sapphire R9 Fury Nitro and I really like this card it's built like a tank....I customized a bios so now it's working on 1070Mhz....
 
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I have three XFX R9 Fury X's and all are currently in use. Do I qualify for this group? BTW I wouldn't mind another one if the price is right.
You could probably buy mine if/when I ever get my 6800 XT, though it's got an EK water block on it (don't have the stock cooler any more) and I live in Sweden, so shipping might be expensive.
 
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Unfortunately I believe that Memory OC is turned OFF automatically in drivers so even IF you can change your memory speed in certain OC programs the actual speed will always be 500Mhz....


I have the Sapphire R9 Fury Nitro and I really like this card it's built like a tank....I customized a bios so now it's working on 1070Mhz....

Are you sure what you are saying? HBM Overclock is done in the "firmware". ..Everything I'm doing is in firmware, no external software involved other than Radeon standard software which you need to display something on-screen.

I can check if it is active with a scopemeter or underclock it in firmware & check for massive drop-off in performance.
 
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Are you sure what you are saying? HBM Overclock is done in the "firmware". ..Everything I'm doing is in firmware, no external software involved other than Radeon standard software which you need to display something on-screen.

I can check if it is active with a scopemeter or underclock it in firmware & check for massive drop-off in performance.
Well from my research 16.2.2 should be the latest driver that works with HBM OC everything after that just ain't working....I also customized my bios and unlocked memory OC but when I OC my memory even if the GPU-Z/3D Mark and rest of the Benchmarks showing higher frequency the benchmarking results are always more or less identical.....And yeah this is not just me saying that you can look around the web and see that this is what most people claim...Now I don't know maybe you did something or find some new software where is possible to do HBM OC and If you did I am really eager to see&try that........here look bellow I just OC my HBM memory on identical speed as yours and I did 1 benchmark run with Superposition and guess what the result are the same on 700Mhz HBM and on 500Mhz HBM.......
 

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Well from my research 16.2.2 should be the latest driver that works with HBM OC everything after that just ain't working....I also customized my bios and unlocked memory OC but when I OC my memory even if the GPU-Z showing higher frequency the benchmarking results are always more or less identical.....And yeah this is not just me saying that you can look around the web and see that this is what most people claim...Now I don't know maybe you did something or find some new software where is possible to do HBM OC and If you did I am really eager to see&try that........here look bellow I just OC my HBM memory on identical speed as yours.......

How about this, do you think it is fake ASUS Radeon R9 Fury Overclocked to 1.0 GHz HBM and 1400 MHz GPU Clock - Fully Unlocked To Fury X and Features 1 TB/s Bandwidth on LN2 (wccftech.com).

I will checkout what you are saying by probing my card, but there are also many threads that says it is working. Some users claiming they can't even get to 560 or 600MHz which make me think it is working.

Maybe Nano cards are completely locked out, so maybe I made a mistake. Give me time to probe it to confirm what's going on, but I can swear I did see increase in benchmarks.
 
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How about this, do you think it is fake ASUS Radeon R9 Fury Overclocked to 1.0 GHz HBM and 1400 MHz GPU Clock - Fully Unlocked To Fury X and Features 1 TB/s Bandwidth on LN2 (wccftech.com).

I will checkout what you are saying by probing my card, but there are also many threads that says it is working. Some users claiming they can't even get to 560 or 600MHz which make me think it is working.

Maybe Nano cards are completely locked out, so maybe I made a mistake. Give me time to probe it to confirm what's going on.
No I don't think its fake.....this was EXTREME OC he used Nitrogen + some wiring tweaks and beside that this was back from 2015 where HBM was still possible to OC it was not turned off yet via drivers.....I guess you can still install old drivers and then applied HBM OC and then compare all the data.....
 
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You could probably buy mine if/when I ever get my 6800 XT, though it's got an EK water block on it (don't have the stock cooler any more) and I live in Sweden, so shipping might be expensive.
The most I paid for any of them was $175 like new in the box off the local Craigslist. The other two were $150 off different buyers on CL, one was also close to like new and the other needed a cleaning but was very good. They also came in the original boxes. I got all of them a couple of years ago when they were sanely priced.
 
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The most I paid for any of them was $175 like new in the box off the local Craigslist. The other two were $150 off different buyers on CL, one was also close to like new and the other needed a cleaning but was very good. They also came in the original boxes. I got all of them a couple of years ago when they were sanely priced.
I was lucky I get this R9 Fury Sapphire Nitro just a week or two before this latest mining craze for just 75€........
 
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I was lucky I get this R9 Fury Sapphire Nitro just a week or two before this latest mining craze for just 75€........
Excellent deal. My remaining Sabertooth X79/E5 1680 V2 rig has the $175 Fury X in it. The former twin to it just got an i9 9900K/Asus ROG Maximus XI Hero Wi-Fi transplanted into it.
 
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Excellent deal. My remaining Sabertooth X79/E5 1680 V2 rig has the $175 Fury X in it. The former twin to it just got an i9 9900K/Asus ROG Maximus XI Hero Wi-Fi transplanted into it.
Well yeah it was a good deal but when I remember that was thinking to buy GTX 1080TI for 250€......and I was like naaah I don't need it + price will go down for sure :banghead:
 
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Well yeah it was a good deal but when I remember that was thinking to buy GTX 1080TI for 250€......and I was like naaah I don't need it + price will go down for sure :banghead:
Been there; I passed on three Vega 64's for under $250 each on Craigslist last year. My last GPU score was two MSI 390 Nitro 8GB's for $100 last Fall.
 
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Well from my research 16.2.2 should be the latest driver that works with HBM OC everything after that just ain't working....I also customized my bios and unlocked memory OC but when I OC my memory even if the GPU-Z/3D Mark and rest of the Benchmarks showing higher frequency the benchmarking results are always more or less identical.....And yeah this is not just me saying that you can look around the web and see that this is what most people claim...Now I don't know maybe you did something or find some new software where is possible to do HBM OC and If you did I am really eager to see&try that........here look bellow I just OC my HBM memory on identical speed as yours and I did 1 benchmark run with Superposition and guess what the result are the same on 700Mhz HBM and on 500Mhz HBM.......

It looks like what you are saying is 100% correct. ...Crimson 16.2.1 is showing lower benchmark score than I had before, but returning it back to my original driver showed the same result. Overall now my benchmark score is down, when before it was consistently hitting above 5000 points, now I can't even pass that number using Resident Evil 6 Benchmark tool "V Sync Enable". Something is not right now, looks like I have to do clean install.
 
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It looks like what you are saying is 100% correct. ...Crimson 16.2.1 is showing lower benchmark score than I had before, but returning it back to my original driver showed the same result. Overall now my benchmark score is down, when before it was consistently hitting above 5000 points, now I can't even pass that number using Resident Evil 6 Benchmark tool "V Sync Enable". Something is not right now, looks like I have to do clean install.
Well man honestly In this case I am srry that I am correct as I also wish we could OC somehow HBM on ours beloved Fury's...anyway If you find a way or If OC still works with those old drivers I am eager to see the results and difference in Benchmarking scores.....GL
 
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Well man honestly In this case I am srry that I am correct as I also wish we could OC somehow HBM on ours beloved Fury's...anyway If you find a way or If OC still works with those old drivers I am eager to see the results and difference in Benchmarking scores.....GL

I'v not given up, I'm looking deeper into this. There seems to be a windows register hack, but I have other ideas too, which begs the question, what is the basic windows driver doing.

According to this link, it stops @17.8.2. .. Solved: HBM overclock on R9 Nano in AMD Crimson ReLive 17.... - AMD Community
 

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R9 NANO EFFICENCY UNDERCLOCKED/UNDERVOLT

Below is the latest "software" mod for the R9 Nano, but it also has new hardware modifications

Screenshot below is the "New Default" on one of the BIOS. So I no longer need Wattman. I now have the option to install display drivers only.
Take note of memory speed "600MHz" which is the new "Default Speed". With the hardware mod in place, memory can clock 660MHz with zero artifacts. ..Top speed is classed as unknown at this time, but it can go faster than 660MHz.

EDIT: Voltage is missing from the screenshot. Max core voltage at state 7 is 0.950v.
Dude I just got an R9 Nano (well Radeon Instinct MI8) recently and ever since i've been seeing your posts here and there, i just think to myself "that's exactly what i was about to do"
 

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