A few days ago, there was feedback from overseas users that there was a high temperature in the AMD RX 7900 XTX graphics card they bought, but the application for return was rejected.
It is said that while playing call of Duty: modern Warfare 2, the core temperature of RX 7900 XTX is 74 ℃, and the hot spot temperature of Hot Spot (also known as Junction junction temperature) is as high as 110C, causing the fan to run at full speed, making a lot of noise and lowering the actual frequency.
But when applying for a return, AMD said the temperature was normal.
AMD hasn't responded publicly, but someone found a blog post about the RX 5700 series three years ago and found that AMD had already done so.
The article saidAMD GPU will be very aggressive to increase the operating frequency within the allowable range, while monitoring the temperature of different points through a large number of sensors, allowing hot spots up to 110C, which is normal in daily games. This allows the graphics card to release maximum performance while ensuring low noise and sufficient stability.
I understand, but the actual performance is a little biased. After all, according to the player's description, the graphics card fan has gone crazy.
Frequency and voltage curve of RX 5700 series given officially by AMD
At present, it is speculated that the problem may be that the Navi 31 GPU has been changed to a small chip design, while the public version of the radiator is most likely not installed in place, resulting in poor contact and low heat dissipation efficiency.
Fortunately, some manufacturers are already taking action.
Shaoxun is collecting cases of this situation, and no matter what brand can give feedback, such as Xun, Sapphire, gigabyte, Shijing and so on, they will uniformly organize the feedback to AMD and study the next step to deal with it.
According to Shaoxun, according to what they have learnedAccording to Shaoxun, according to what they have learned