Title, basically. Over the past year, I've been accustomed to only changing the P6 and P7 states on my Vega 64. I usually set both of these to 1000mv for my particular undervolt.
But now that WattMan allows you to change every P-State, I wonder if I should do something differently? I've noticed...
I've been living with a gt610 since my gtx 265 broke and playing some e-sports games with the minimum settings once every few weeks hasn't made me miss a gaming PC at all. I watch more TV serials instead too so quietness has become more important and I'd like to tend more towards an HTPC.
Decided that this deserved its own thread; I've mentioned this before somewhere (maybe in Vega builders) but it's still not fixed. So, here we go... sorry in advance for the length.
[system in question is first in my signature below, the Ryzen 1700 computer]
Started a few weeks ago while...
I mentioned in the other thread (now locked) that I would upload a video of gaming at 4k with Metro:LL Redux on my Vega 56 with HBCC on versus off and I finally have it. It's a very short video and has 0 production value but it shows the effect in this title. I will try to upload more and better...
April 6, 2017 Update
New interview with Albert Penello sheds some light on their plans for the console.
What we Know (E3 2016 Info)
8 Core CPU
6 TFLOPS of computing capability (SoC) / 6 TFLOPS of GPU power
>320 GB/s Bandwidth*