In the past, frequency has not been the long-term amd graphics card, but since entering the RDNA architecture, coupled with the addition of 7nm new process, the frequency of the A card has been going wild all the way. Prior to this, the RX 5700 XT’s non-public version has been a number of preset frequencies directly above 2GHz, the latest mainstream RX 5500 XT is not weak, the default acceleration frequency is up to 1845MHz.
Somewhat processor-like, AMD graphics is also very relaxed about frequency limitations, especially with the newly released annual driver, where players can adjust frequency, thermal design power (TDP) and increase by more than 200MHz.
If you want further overclocking, try MorePowerTool, an aid tool developed by foreign users, which has been shown to further release the frequency of the RX 5000 series.
With this tool, the RX 5500 XT can easily break through 2GHz without replacing the radiator, the vast majority of graphics cards can reach 2.1GHz, and even many can break 2.2GHz, more than 350MHz compared to the silent frequency!
MorePowerTool’s overclocking principle is to rewrite the original SoftPower PlayTables to give the GPU more power, so it will almost certainly exceed the TDP limit, so there is a risk.