Sapphire RX 580 Nitro 8GB overclocking. Share yours!
Written by: ahnaf22 - 19:10 Apr-02-2018

Greetings.

I have the Sapphire RX 580 Nitro+ 8GB and the max overclock I got is 1525 on the core and 2250Mhz on the memory clock at 1.25V stable.

 

Ran TimeSpy, Unigine Superposition and then Heaven for 6 hrs no problem.

So I think I got a decent overclock over the stock 1411/2000.

Share your overclocks with me! :D

All gpus welcome

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00:43 Apr-03-2018

1425 is the best I've ever managed on my RX 480, don't exactly remember at what voltage, but definitely had to bump it up a bit.... can't say it was long term stable either, it would be ok in most games, and could make it through most of my benchmarks without a problem, but some benchmarks would crash it
1.25V is a little scary for Polaris, I definitely wouldn't use that for a long term overclock, lol

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12:31 Apr-03-2018

My voltage hovers around 1.15V peaking at 1.25 couple of secs. Prolonged oc is never recommended though

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19:25 Apr-02-2018

nice!
I have no gpu overclock right now,
but months ago I pushed my GTX980Ti to 1450MHz on the core (stock is 1190MHz, so pretty awesome leap) with just voltage offset pushed to max in MSI Afterburner, no advanced tuning at all :)

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12:32 Apr-03-2018

Incredible how Nvidia gpus oc !

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12:40 Apr-03-2018

I'm pretty sure it's because the EVGA Classified model I have has absolutely crazy power phase design xD

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17:55 Apr-03-2018

Maybe, however.... EVGAs premium cards just more or less bring the VRMs up to spec from the garbage VRMs you get with the reference PCB.
Nvidia cards(with or without the crappy VRM) generally just overclock better than AMD cards(which mostly all have decent VRMs), I don't really think the VRM is the only factor in here..... Nvidias chips just seem to be designed with more headroom for overclocking.

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