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    Expecting too much from Vega 64?

    That's why I'm confused. It's stuttering less because of the extra vram and no crossfire, but the average and peak fps is noticeably lower. Currently the machine is running the 20.2.1 drivers. Did you see a difference between the two?
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    Expecting too much from Vega 64?

    It seemed pretty clear from the first few posts. For all the people wondering, the original question was why my Vega FE was performing WORSE than my trifire 7950's. This occurs in in ALL games. I know my cpus are old. Yet if they are truly 100% bottlenecking the card, during gaming wouldn't...
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    Expecting too much from Vega 64?

    Nice job! You're water cooled but would you mind posting the settings that you used for that?
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    Expecting too much from Vega 64?

    It's getting better every time but there's no way it'll be able to touch Sabrewulf's overclock. It's not stable above 1680Mhz. Who knows, maybe a little more tweeking would help. 90%@65C +50%pwr, HBM 1100MHz 1050mV, GPU 1680MHz 1190mV Scored 7567 https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/44091899
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    Expecting too much from Vega 64?

    Maybe it's luck, but more likely it's the fridged climate we have here. :D Just pushed the hbm to 1100Mhz and scored 7447. Looks like I might be able to go higher even. https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/44075118 Honestly it looks like my CPU isn't bottlenecking the GPU in any significant way. The fps...
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    Expecting too much from Vega 64?

    You're spot on with that statement. The pro drivers are incredibly limiting, and while they work well for professional applications I just couldn't deal with the lack of fan curves. The registry workaround was a fantastic find, since it was so complicated to screw around with the drivers before...
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    Expecting too much from Vega 64?

    The link is at the bottom of my response to noko. Here it is again. Few MHz over stock Scored 6938 https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/44047569 Changed the power settings but otherwise same settings for the core and ram as the last run. Scored 7359 https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/44048704
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    Expecting too much from Vega 64?

    Here's a screenshot of the settings and CPU usage in timespy.
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    Expecting too much from Vega 64?

    I just checked the bios, everything looks alright and is running at stock settings with no throttling or power limit set. Radeon chill isn't enabled either. Yes, DDU was used and cleared out the old drivers before adrenalin 2020 installed. My fan curve is pretty aggressive with the GPU hitting...
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    Expecting too much from Vega 64?

    Ah, I've been out of the tech loop for a couple years so I hadn't heard if there's some new driver issues. Most of the problems with the FE cards surround getting the gaming driver to install. There are workarounds, it's just that you don't get the switchable driver feature that AMD advertised.
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    Expecting too much from Vega 64?

    It's sitting at right around 1600Mhz on the core, 1125Mhz on the RAM and about 75C at full load. This was a fresh install of windows, the 7950's were never installed under windows 10. I DDU'ed the drivers the other night when when I installed adrenalin 2020 as well with barely any change...
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    Expecting too much from Vega 64?

    Aren't the driver issues only related to stability/black screens not actual performance? I've messed around with the drivers quite a bit and updated them last night. The performance is only slightly better. The system is running the adrenalin drivers, not pro drivers since they don't allow...
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    Expecting too much from Vega 64?

    Let me preface this a bit. I'm not too familiar with modern video cards since I was running AMD 7950's in trifire for years. I got a killer deal on a Vega Frontier Edition after the mining boom but just haven't had the time to run any games on the system until recently. Now that I have, the...
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    Windows 10 network sharing settings

    Finally found the issue last night. There's a problem with running admin privileges on both machines. Apparently it messes up basic network access and disables SMBv2 sharing. Change the following registry key and everything will work like normal again...
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    Windows 10 network sharing settings

    Tried that already with no avail. What's odd is that all of the windows 7 systems can access the shared folders on the windows 10 system.
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