- May 13, 2012
- RX 580
- Mobile Phone
Lol. Yes. I know.And thank you for understanding about each time edit plist))) it was pain on 20th-30th edit and reboot)
Hm, i see it takes 6 minutes in your case to calm fan. Its too long too) and i see at 10:22 your rpm was rising ))) and at 10:24 its to fast 1800 for 35 degrees)Lol. Yes. I know.
I just did a test:
10:15pm System idle. Vega fan= ~780-800rpm, Vega temp= 38C. Ambient temp= ~25C
10:16pm Start Unigine Heaven benchmark. Ultra setting. 1920x1080 resolution.
10:18pm Benchmark at 50%. Vega fan= ~3100rpm, Vega temp= 69C
10:20pm Benchmark finished. Vega fan= ~2700, Vega temp= 66C. Quit Heaven app.
10:22pm System idle. Vega fan= ~2900rpm, Vega temp= 36C
10:24pm System idle. Vega fan= ~1800rpm, Vega temp= 35C
10:26pm System idle. Vega fan= ~800, Vega temp= 38C
* I had Safari open during Heaven benchmark which caps Heaven to 60fps.
Also, have you tried Mojave 10.14.5 public beta? It's supposed to have all the fan issues fixed...
Hm, i see it takes 6 minutes in your case to calm fan. Its too long too) and i see at 10:22 your rpm was rising ))) and at 10:24 its to fast 1800 for 35 degrees)
I want too try beta, but i need to back up first and copy system to other hdd, then load from clone and then update to 1.14.5 beta. And i dont know how right to clone. Mojave and its apfs has many disks and partitions, just dont know how right to do it. Or i can try fresh install today later.
Thank you, i will try today and will check results.Yes, it took a few minutes for the fans to settle back down 800rpm, but it seems fine for me. As long as it doesn't stay at a high rpm at idle, I don't see any problems.
- Initialize your destination drive to APFS.
- Use Carbon Copy Cloner or SuperDuper! to clone your main system drive.
- When finished, mount the EFI partitions of both your source drive and destination drive.
- Drag and drop the entire EFI folder from your source drive to the destination drive.
Yo dude, where did you come up with this excel lolYou might need to rise SoC clock. To do so use my excel sheet instead of VGTab. Also make sure to adjust minimum PWM limit so the actual fan speed matches what the driver does set. Reference Vega 64 PWM value is 10.
Attached PPT generator has your values pre-set. Just change what you need. Don't bother lowering voltages, they are fixed to stock voltage on macOS. Power limit is set to 350W.