Radeon RX 5700/RX 5700 XT Performance in Bootcamp
AMD's Reference Rx 5700 (non-XT) with unlocked bios (running Crysis3) using T3-T2 adapter old Macbook.
This card can overclock so much its not funny if not for the memory limit. Wonder if the XT can overclock just as much? Anyone got Rx 5700XT to test?
here are more benchmarks - Superposition 1080p Extreme
for some reason it incorrectly identified my card as xt...anyway still can't believe I can play latest games on my old mac using Thunderbolt 2
interesting...my friend's XT card can't overclock as much, the 4 extra CUs must have produced too much heat and instability.
not yet, I accidentally updated so Sunday was rebuild day. Note to self, make sure you have turned on the group policy... what a pain.
I should be back online this evening, I also wasn't getting notifications on this topic. I thought I had subscribed but I failed to quality control my own behaviour!
I also unboxed and installed the new AORUS ... 1440p 165hz with FS 2... ran a little fortnite with my mixed settings and hit a few crashes playing with undervolting on my VII... I'll try with the XT when I get off work! (I haven't unboxed it yet)
How many driver updates have there been? (I could prob google to find this out, sorry...).
Any update on Loopback performance (itsage)?
2017 13" MacBook Pro Touch Bar
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On Mac mini I have to do nothing. I connect via hdmi to monitor and do all the updates (since you can’t avoid the broken ones...). Once done, I uninstall the .329/.356/.387. My winver is .3 as of now.
then I plug in eGPu and hear the typical beeps and noises of windows updating. You can reboot but unplug eGPu first (leave hdmi plugged in). Reconnect eGPu once logged in and download and install and adrenaline from the amd site. You don’t need any boot camp drivers with no dgpu on the mini.
after install do NOT reboot, shutdown. Once shutdown done. Plug in eGPu and unplug hdmi and boot up... should be good to go