Wow, this is quite the thread you've got going here, Mr-Dark!
I have an EVGA GTX 950 SC (I don't remember the model name off the top of my head; it's the small one with a single fan),
it's my first real gaming-class card, and I've been considering moving to a custom BIOS to squeeze out as much performance as I can out of it.
Currently with my overclock on stock BIOS, my card will boost up to about 1481MHz, and I have the voltage offset to +43mV.
When I first put the card under load, the voltage will go up to 1.237V, and the core clock will go up to about 1490Mhz, but then after a few seconds, the clocks settle back down to 1481, and the voltage drops down to 1.212V and does not go any higher, regardless of my settings. In GPU-Z I see my PerfCap reason is VRel.
Could anyone here possibly help me modify my card's BIOS if I post it? I'm hoping to get somewhere at least over that juicy 1500MHz core clock, and maybe
shoot for 1600MHz, but for now I think I want to stick to a core voltage of around 1.25 to (maybe) 1.3V and see where that gets me.
As this is my first time flashing BIOS on any
card, I'm obviously still trying to learn how it all works. If possible, I would like to start off at just 1500MHz, 1.25V, and be able to push voltage and clocks higher through an OC program.
Also... My friend has this big, fat
MSI laptop with a GTX 980M in it. We spent some time overclocking it and got the 5820HK to 4.2GHz, but we were limited OCing the 980M by NVidia's piddle-poor BIOS on the card. Would this also be the place to come to, to fix that?
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Edit: Fixed attachment placed in end of paragraph.