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Well, I did a quick tinkering with help from @VPII and here is the result on Time Spy for now. Will play around a bit again next weekend, to see what can be done haha.

 

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Completely stock run. The card boost 2500Mhz out of the box and getting this performance for at less than 300W

 

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Completely stock run. The card boost 2500Mhz out of the box and getting this performance for at less than 300W

Wow!

I think you have definitely won the silicon lottery!!!

I have had 2 RX6900 XT MERC 319's and I struggled to get a Time Spy Graphics Score of over 20 300 on either of them by overclocking with 115% power & stock air cooler or water block.
 
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Wow!

I think you have definitely won the silicon lottery!!!

I have had 2 RX6900 XT MERC 319's and I struggled to get a Time Spy Graphics Score of over 20 300 on either of them by overclocking with 115% power & stock air cooler or water block.
Interesting is that I tried overclocking the card now, but at 2.6Ghz or 2.7Ghz I stock lower (19000 flat) vs the stock. I am not sure if I am running out of juice. Will try to lower the voltage and see if it make a difference. I also noticed that if I touch the memory it crashes.
 

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Dropped the voltage to 1100mV and ran again with 2.6Ghz. Some improvement, but really not worth it. Just going to run it stock

 

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Dropped the voltage to 1100mV and ran again with 2.6Ghz. Some improvement, but really not worth it. Just going to run it stock

Wow, that is a great score!

I also found the pushing frequency at 1175mV would generally run but drop the benchmark score on both of my cards.

On the card I kept, as far as I can see the sweet spot for the highest score was at
Freqency Min 2550MHz
Frequency Max 2650MHz
Voltage: 1080mV
Power: +15% (115%)
Memory Timing: "Normal" ("Fast" timings was less stable would crash much earlier & more often
Memory: 2100MHz (2150MHz would run but give lower score)

Since my card stays very cool with the water block, I plan on using More Power Tool (MPT) to push the max power limit to 375W - 400W to see what scores I can reach.

Enjoy your card!
 

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Wow, that is a great score!

I also found the pushing frequency at 1175mV would generally run but drop the benchmark score on both of my cards.

On the card I kept, as far as I can see the sweet spot for the highest score was at
Freqency Min 2550MHz
Frequency Max 2650MHz
Voltage: 1080mV
Power: +15% (115%)
Memory Timing: "Normal" ("Fast" timings was less stable would crash much earlier & more often
Memory: 2100MHz (2150MHz would run but give lower score)

Since my card stays very cool with the water block, I plan on using More Power Tool (MPT) to push the max power limit to 375W - 400W to see what scores I can reach.

Enjoy your card!
Thanks Manticor3d.

I did what you say. For now just running 2550mhz @ 1100mV and the results seem much better. I am going to use this for gaming and see how it works.

 

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@baasgene slitgh update here, I actually forgot about this run and right now with temps I can forget about trying to replicate. Again, with the Galax 1Kw bios left at 100% card draws around 600watt power. Oh and I was happy about the 22K graphics score. CPU score still a little iffy, difficult to get constant cpu score results with AMD Ryzen cpu it seems.

 

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@baasgene slitgh update here, I actually forgot about this run and right now with temps I can forget about trying to replicate. Again, with the Galax 1Kw bios left at 100% card draws around 600watt power. Oh and I was happy about the 22K graphics score. CPU score still a little iffy, difficult to get constant cpu score results with AMD Ryzen cpu it seems.


This is the limit of my card with the original bios, but overall it only pushes 450w at most. It would probably fall in that same margin as yours in the end if I use the 1000w bios judging by the max clock.


Overall I'm extremely happy with this card, it was a absolutely worthy purchase over my Tuf 3080 :)
 
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