What would happen if we avoided the limitations set by AMD for its new Navi cards? The Tom’s Hardware Germany page has been verified by taking a Radeon RX 5700 XT, changing the cooling system for a block of water of the EK brand and applying simple modding techniques, increasing the power limits of the graphics with SoftPowerPlay Tables, and for it has edited the Windows registry. In this way it has been managed to stretch the voltages of the graph by 90% more, taking it to 320 voltages and achieving a frequency of 2.2 GHz.
This is a modest modification for what can be in the world of overclocks, but it demonstrates Navi’s ability to squeeze power given the appropriate conditions. Viewing the comparisons, the RX 5700 XT get to the above RTX 2070 Super by Nvidia, and that’s impressive for a graph with a reference frequency boost of 1905 MHz. It is true that to achieve this they have had to use liquid cooling, but These dates do nothing but put the honey on the lips. What will the modified RX 5700 be able to reach by mid-August?