MoreClockTool (MCT) we want to logically merge MorePowerTool (MPT) and Red BIOS Editor (RBE) and replace Wattman from AMD driver packages for easier overclocking. It also becomes clear that MCT can only be used for newer AMD graphics cards. Even if at first glance our software seems to be quite manageable: all the necessary functions are still on board, but you can do without all the overhead if you really don’t need them.
Thus, as the author of this tool, Hellm followed the desire of the community to create a small, lightweight program that builds directly on the AMD libraries, logically complements MorePowerTool, and in some respects even significantly more user-friendly, since many long paths can be shortened (and changed as well) . We are officially hosting the tool today after some enthusiastic community activists tested it in the closed beta testing phase and already found the biggest bugs. Despite the fact that the interface is deliberately made simple, very complex things are hidden under the hood, and the ubiquitous devil bug is still always present at such a party. For this reason, the program is under constant development (including for the next generation of AMD graphics cards), so I would also like to refer to the forum thread attached below.
But I would like to ask you to read the disclaimer before downloading and using the software, because the versions published here are not commercial software, and their use and overclocking is at your own risk. If you want to know more about MorePowerTool or don’t know it yet, we recommend this useful tool.
MorePowerTool MPT 1.3.18
MPT now also supports Radeon RX 6500 and RX 6400 with different SPPT. In addition to useful defaults for power budget and various voltages, the tool also allows you to improve memory settings and other areas, as usual, which, unfortunately, AMD Wattman does not offer. We are working on continuous expansion and looking forward to Navi 3x!
Since AMD has significantly limited the use of SoftPowerPlayTables and thus indirectly also MorePowerTool with Adrenaline drivers since 2020, the community laments the former overclocking or underclocking bonus that made Navi cards at least slightly similar to the Radeon RX 5700 (XT). more interesting or effective, and they happily took it with them as a free bonus. Unfortunately, after Adrenaline 2020 it was, at least temporarily, for now. But the Red BIOS Rebellion Team certainly took up the challenge.
The result was RBE (Red BIOS Editor), so I’m grateful to RBRT and all the active community members who have been testing for days and weeks and reporting bugs. The current, first version of the new tool will allow you to change, adapt and save BIOS entries of the Radeon RX 5700 (XT) in a direct way similar to MPT (More Power Tool). However, there are still some limitations with other models at this time, and we also suggest that everyone read the disclaimer and preliminary notes carefully first, because what can be implemented with this tool is clearly beyond the capabilities Wattman and other tools.
Currently, MPT (MorePowerTool) works with all released Navi cards, while SPPT (SoftPowerPlayTables) stored in the registry are severely slowed down or artificially limited by drivers. The current version of RBE (Red BIOS Editor) allows you to write all MPT modifications directly to the BIOS of the RX 5700, 5700 XT(X) and RX 5600 XT models and output this BIOS as a flash file. However, currently only one customized version of the ATI Flash Tool allows you to write at least the BIOS created in this way on the RX 5700 and RX 5700 XT(X), and there is currently no suitable software for the RX 5600 XT. If anyone from the community would like to contribute and/or has related software, please contact the editors. We will, of course, document all progress and improvements as usual, and update them in the article. Also look out for the latest betas!
Using “MorePowerTool” (MCT)
Small program, big effect. Usage is almost self-explanatory, and we’ve also heavily oriented the layout of the controls to the MPT. I will also briefly explain them.
The drop-down list for selecting the appropriate graphics adapter is nothing new and is also based on MPT. The “Set” button transmits changes directly and in real time to the system, “Reset” then cancels everything and re-enters the factory default settings. With “Load” and “Save” you can save and load settings, so you can also save and use multiple profiles. The highlight here is that you can also load Wattman profiles you’ve already created and experiment in Wattman with profiles saved here if desired. The Exit button, on the other hand, certainly doesn’t need a description.
Frequency min/max (MHz)
We allow you to set frequencies numerically, bypassing the percentage setting, widely used in Wattman and hated by users, which is more confusing than helpful. The range of frequency ranges upwards, if desired, can be changed in advance in the MPT (carefully, safe mode!)
Here the voltage can be limited upwards. The VF curve can be pre-defined in the MPT, as can the voltage specification range up (when raised above the factory limit, beware of safe mode!)
GPU power (%)
Here, the saved TGP can be increased once more by a percentage value, the maximum value of which can also be changed via MPT. However, we generally recommend increasing the TGP and TDC directly in the MPT, because then the annoying safe mode won’t take effect. The GPU power setting can more or less be understood as a small, real-time adjustment.
fast memory sync level
The setting is similar to Wattman. For further memory settings, you must use MPT and RBE as usual.
Fan settings are also similar to Wattman. For further settings and Tjunction as a basis, use MPT, because. these changes are read only at computer startup and cannot be changed in real time.
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