Radeon RX 6000 GPUs can get a big boost with this new software and I know that I speak the mind of everyone when I say I would like to try it out. But you should however know that there’s a catch here.
Radeon RX 6000 GPUs Can Get a Big Boost with This New Software
If you are one of the many to have their hands on one of the Radeon RX 6000 series graphics cards by AMD and also are looking rather longingly at the RTX 4090, then there might be good news for you. New third-party utility software is now claiming to provide big performance boosts for RDNA 2 GPUs that is potentially enough to outstrip the current gen flagship RTX 3090 Ti by Nvidia and will do this without the crazy price tags that are now attached to Team Green’s cards.
Developer of the ‘Radeon Monster Profile’ (RMP)
‘Radeon Monster Profile’ (RMP) is coming from overclocking enthusiast and coder Yuri Bubliy, who now claims to have created a utility software that modifies the voltage and frequency curves of RDNA 2 cards delicately in order to improve performance.
Bubliy is one person that is well-known in the hardware enthusiast’s space, having previously created software that is AMD-focused for monitoring and overclocking components and most notably his HYDRA software for Ryzen CPUs, of which RMP is of course a utility extension. And at the moment, RMP is his latest craft and it will be available to users in the later parts of this year, 2022.
RMP Allows the RX 6000 Cards to Get To Their ‘Maximum Potential’
Bubliy in a post on Twitter while breaking down some of the details, explains that RMP allows the RX 6000 cards to get to their ‘maximum potential’, with special attention given to areas and parts such as the VRAM subsystem, where a reduction in operating voltage allowed for a reduced generation of heat in keeping the card complete while also running within a safe at temperature range.