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RX 480 - 17.7.2  Wattman doesn't save all custom P states EDIT: same with 17.8.2

Question asked by coffeeman89 on Jul 29, 2017
Latest reply on Aug 27, 2017 by coffeeman89

Hello.

 

For my XFX RX 480 8GB GTR, i have custom voltages and i lowered the maximum clock speed from 1288 Mhz to 1265Mhz, just because the fans are friggin loud.

So, for each P state i have:

-610 Mhz 818 mV

-910 Mhz 843 mV

-1075 Mhz 968 mV

-1145 Mhz 1000 mV

-1190 Mhz 1025 mV

-1235 Mhz 1037 mV

-1265 Mhz 1060 mV

 

Since i bought this graphics card almost a year ago, it all worked fine and dandy until now. After each system startup, all P states exept the final one are set back to default. I also cannot reenter all values and then click on "Apply", it won't exept it. I have to click on "apply" after every P state i changed. I never had this phenomenon before.

 

The rest of my PC:

Windows 10 Home x64 all updates

Intel Core i5 6600

Asus B150 Pro Gaming

16GB HyperX Fury DDR4-2133

Asus Xonar D1

Samsung 850 Evo 240GB

Crucial M500 250GB

be quiet! Straight Power E10 500 watts CM

 

Message was edited by: Matt B We have updated the title of this discussion with relevant details to better describe your issue.

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