0 Replies Latest reply on Aug 15, 2017 8:46 AM by uf70q

    Issue overclocking RX 570 on GNU/Linux

    uf70q

      Hello,

      I have encountered an issue while trying to overclock a Radeon RX 570. Exact system specs are as follows:

      • GPU: ASUS ROG Strix Radeon RX 570 4G Gaming
      • OS: Ubuntu Server 17.04
      • Driver: AMDGPU-PRO version 17.30 build 465504
        • installed with command line argument --compute
      • Other installed software: AMD APP SDK 3.0

      I tried to perform a memory overclock using the following command:

      echo 1 > /sys/class/drm/card7/device/pp_mclk_od
      

      But the command resulted in the following errors in dmesg:

      amdgpu: [powerplay]
       failed to send pre message 18b ret is 0
      amdgpu: [powerplay]
       failed to send message 18b ret is 0
      amdgpu: [powerplay] VDDCI is larger than max VDDCI in VDDCI Voltage Table!
      amdgpu: [powerplay]
       failed to send pre message 306 ret is 0
      amdgpu: [powerplay]
       failed to send message 306 ret is 0
      amdgpu: [powerplay]
       failed to send pre message 5e ret is 0
      amdgpu: [powerplay]
       failed to send message 5e ret is 0
      amdgpu: [powerplay]
       failed to send pre message 18a ret is 0
      amdgpu: [powerplay]
       failed to send message 18a ret is 0
      amdgpu: [powerplay]
       failed to send pre message 145 ret is 0
      amdgpu: [powerplay]
       failed to send message 145 ret is 0
      amdgpu: [powerplay]
       failed to send pre message 146 ret is 0
      amdgpu: [powerplay]
       failed to send message 146 ret is 0
      amdgpu: [powerplay]
       failed to send pre message 145 ret is 0
      amdgpu: [powerplay]
       failed to send message 145 ret is 0
      amdgpu: [powerplay]
       failed to send pre message 146 ret is 0
      amdgpu: [powerplay]
       failed to send message 146 ret is 0
      

       

      It seems that I'm not the only one to have encountered this issue (e.g. VDDCI is larger than max VDDCI in VDDCI Voltage Table!). Unfortunately I wasn't able to find any solution, any help would be appreciated, thanks.