2 Replies Latest reply on May 5, 2017 2:14 PM by sattana666

    Higher vccd voltage on radeon rx 480 nitro since 17.4.1 driver


      I am using sapphire nitro rx 480oc version. Until 17.4.1 driver core voltage was 1.875 under max load. And tempreatures were max 67-68 celsius,

      Since 17.4.1 driver my core voltages reaches 1.21 . This is causing higher temperatures. 70-71. I have tried 17.4.3 and 17.3.4. its the same.

      When rollback to 17.2.1 everything is normal. any idea for soemthing i can do or its some driver related problem.

          • Re: Higher vccd voltage on radeon rx 480 nitro since 17.4.1 driver
            • AMD Graphics Card
            • Sapphire Nitro rx 480 oc 8gb
            • Operating System
              • Windows 10 64bit
              • Driver version installed
              • E.g. Radeon Software Crimson Edition 17.1.2. I am using only the driver. I use sapphire trix to monitor and configure the card
            • lDisplay Devices
              • lg 23mp67vq-p@60Hz Active DVI - D


              • asrock h97m pro4


              • i5-4690
            • Power Supply Unit  Make, Model & Wattage
              • Seasonic 620w
            • RAM
              • Amount of memory installed 8 GB

            Describe your issue:

            Until driver version 17.1.2 everything with the card was fine. Temperatured, voltage , performance.

            Since driver 17.4.1, 17.4.2. 17.4.4 i have problem with the vddc voltage and respectively the tempratures abd power draw,

            I am posting screenshot with 17.1.2 driver cause its working and i dont want to reinstall drivers again. As u see from screenshot after whole day usage my max vddc value is 1.875. Its max point even under some gaming test.

            With drivers 17.4.1, 17.4.2. 17.4.4 my vddc value peak at over 1.4 volts and gpu power draw go up to 250w. In some benchmarks my video temp go to 72-73 degree. I know its not so much but with 17.1.2 version my max temp is 68 which is quite lower.

            I have tried to undevolt card with drivers 17.4.1, 17.4.2. 17.4.4. Still random high volt peak occur.

            Until driver 17.1.2 everything was fine.