AMD Radeon RX 5700 series get to 2.2 GHz with SPPT mod

Igor Wallossek from Tom’s Hardware Germany posted a method by which an AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT “Navi” graphics card can be made to run at clock-speeds of over 2.20 GHz (engine clock), thanks to custom SoftPowerPlay Tables (SPPTs) deployed by modifications to the Windows Registry.

This method is not very complicated to implement. This mod increases the power consumption of the graphics card, hence a water block is recommended, such as recently released EKWB block, which is used by Igor in his test. In other words, do not use this mod, unless you know what you are doing and have aftermarket cooler installed, otherwise you will reach temperature limit rather quickly.

 

You will find all the required files and a full description of this modification in the link below.

Source: Tom’s Hardware Germany via TechPowerUP

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