Published on May 15, 2019

AMD’s drivers introduced memory level timing tuning a while back, so we decided to test them on the RX 570 (and secondarily Vega 56) to see if it matters for games.

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This is just a quick benchmark looking at the built-in timing levels in AMD’s GPU drivers, not using any 3rd-party software or custom VBIOS. The AMD drivers contain “memory timing level 1” and “memory timing level 2” options for users, so we ran those through dozens of test passes to narrow our error margins. Learn more in the video!

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Editorial, Testing: Steve Burke


Video: Josh Svoboda, Andrew Coleman

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