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Vega 64 Noise and 144hz problen

Joined
Jul 31, 2016
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Motherboard
Asus ROG Strix Z370-G Gaming
CPU
I7-8700
Graphics
Vega 64
Mac
MacBook Air
Mobile Phone
iOS
Hi,
My Vega 64(Powercooler Red Devil) also has the same problem.
Did you solve?
The blinking red LED stops when I access the Netflix site in my case.
I do not know why to solve it ....
rluke had the solution posted.
You have to create a power table and inject it with clover.

In my case I decreased the the clockspeed to 1350 Mhz
Coil whining is completely gone!

  1. I downloaded the bios file from my card from here: https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/?architecture=&manufacturer=&model=RX+Vega+56&version=&interface=&memType=&memSize=&since
  2. Boot windows
  3. Start OverdriveNTool
  4. Klick the corner left in the program
  5. choose power play table
  6. Load the bios in OverdriveNTool
  7. Change the values of corespeed and save it to the registry
  8. YOu can "remount" the graphiccard in windows. You can test if the settings are working.
    For example move a windows with the mouse. When it's stutter, the power play table do not work.
  9. You have just try the settings out.
When you are done and found your settings you can copy the hex values of the power play table in windows registry, save it in a textfile and paste it in clover like described here
https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/guide-injection-of-amd-vega-power-and-fan-control-properties.267519
When you just decrease corespeed it is enough to use PP_PhmSoftPowerPlayTable
 
Joined
Mar 19, 2015
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Motherboard
Gigabyte Designare Z390
CPU
i9-9900K
Graphics
Vega 64
rluke had the solution posted.
You have to create a power table and inject it with clover.

In my case I decreased the the clockspeed to 1350 Mhz
Coil whining is completely gone!

  1. I downloaded the bios file from my card from here: https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/?architecture=&manufacturer=&model=RX+Vega+56&version=&interface=&memType=&memSize=&since
  2. Boot windows
  3. Start OverdriveNTool
  4. Klick the corner left in the program
  5. choose power play table
  6. Load the bios in OverdriveNTool
  7. Change the values of corespeed and save it to the registry
  8. YOu can "remount" the graphiccard in windows. You can test if the settings are working.
    For example move a windows with the mouse. When it's stutter, the power play table do not work.
  9. You have just try the settings out.
When you are done and found your settings you can copy the hex values of the power play table in windows registry, save it in a textfile and paste it in clover like described here
https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/guide-injection-of-amd-vega-power-and-fan-control-properties.267519
When you just decrease corespeed it is enough to use PP_PhmSoftPowerPlayTable
Thank you.
Does the red blinking LED stop like a moving image?
I am worried about the power level of the LED than FAN problem.
 
Joined
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Motherboard
Asus ROG Strix Z370-G Gaming
CPU
I7-8700
Graphics
Vega 64
Mac
MacBook Air
Mobile Phone
iOS
Thank you.
Does the red blinking LED stop like a moving image?
I am worried about the power level of the LED than FAN problem.
Absolutely!
LEDs are also "quiet" now.

When you decrease corespeed you can also take care of fan speed.
The thread I linked in my post has the solution for fan speed too.
 
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CPU
i9-9900K
Graphics
Vega 64
Absolutely!
LEDs are also "quiet" now.

When you decrease corespeed you can also take care of fan speed.
The thread I linked in my post has the solution for fan speed too.
Thank you, I will try it.
Can not it be solved without using OverdriveNTool 's power play table?
The fans solved using the VGTab Utility. But the LED flashes after startup.
 
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ASUS Z390 ROG Maximus Hero XI (Wi-Fi)
CPU
i9-9900K
Graphics
Vega 64
Mobile Phone
iOS
Thank you, I will try it.
Can not it be solved without using OverdriveNTool 's power play table?
The fans solved using the VGTab Utility. But the LED flashes after startup.
I have the same problem, have any success?
 
Joined
Apr 16, 2016
Messages
48
Motherboard
Asrock Z370M
CPU
i7-8700
Graphics
Vega 56
Mobile Phone
iOS
Hi! This is from Coil whine, I have a Vega 56 and the annoying electrical noise coming from the GPU. At begining I am thinking it was from CPU but it's not.

I fix the problem by downclocking the "core frequency" of my Vega 56, to 1450 MHz on P6 and P7, and I reduced the fan speed idle to 500. With Vgtab-en.

I tried to overclock the mem clock of the Vega to get more power but after glitch on cs go i decided to come back on native preset and just change the P6 and P7 frequency to haven't the while coil.

For me the worst problem it is that the Vega on Windows with AMD utility know how to stay noise less with really low capacity, by using 50MHz memory clock of GC and let the idle of the fan in 50 RPM. It is awesome and let the desktop and internet navigation silent. I will try to get the same from my windows boot partition. I hope it is work. I need a silent pc !
 
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