A reader article from the ComputerBase forum community shows how gamers can use a current RDNA-2 graphics card such as the AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT (test), demonstrated here using a Sapphire Pulse Radeon as an example RX 6700 XT, can operate even more efficiently than already. With the help of Radeon WattMan, it is strongly optimized.
Make Radeon RX 6700 XT even more efficient
In the field report “Sapphire Pulse Radeon RX 6700 XT trimmed for efficiency”, community member “der-Kalli” describes his approach to optimizing the graphics processor of the Navi 21 XT type alias “Navy Flounder” and the efficiency cure that he has already achieved Sapphire Pulse Radeon RX Vega 56. The choice of tools differed compared to the Vega 10 XL.
While I only set [the] Vega  with the OverdriveNtool and WattMan did not let the chip work as he could, WattMan can really be used with the [Radeon RX] 6700 XT.
der- Kalli, community member
In addition to AMD's in-house OC function “Radeon WattMan” integrated in the graphics driver suite, the Red's MorePowerTool for Polaris, Navi and Big Navi BIOS Rebellion Teams (RBRT), which emerged from the community of the forum of igor & apos; sLAB.
The author also offers all of his profiles and settings for download as ZIP folders, which can be imported into Radeon WattMan and the MorePowerTool in just a few simple steps .
- Experience report: “Sapphire Pulse Radeon RX 6700 XT trimmed for efficiency”
Finally, the reader was able to use his Sapphire Pulse Radeon RX 6700 XT at a voltage of 1,100 mV for Operate the chip and SoC with around 125 watts, which means a reduction of around 60 watts. Here, the graphics card still does little less than “out of the box”, where the power consumption is 185 watts.
Questions and suggestions as well as praise and criticism of the reader's article in the comments to this message and in the forum are, as always, expressly desired.
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