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Originally Posted by iRandomize View Post

I have no clue. That sentence makes very little sense to me.

What you need to modify is the voltage and the power limit. The rest can be modified from software. (Power Limit to 150% and voltage to 1.875 should be proper settings in most cases, after that we can always modify and optimize)

Got it. But can KGB also modify boost clock and mem clocks?
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Got it. But can KGB also modify boost clock and mem clocks?

It can modify boost clocks, not memory clocks. However, there should be no difference from modifying that in the BIOS or in overclocking software
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No, setting a higher boost will give a higher boost. Not setting a higher boost will not give a higher boost. Overvolting itself wont give a higher clock speed. All of this can be customized in the .cfg file.
You are clocked to high. Reduce your overclock.

If you raise the volts, yes your boost will rise automagically like I said. You know this, I know this and everyone knows this - that's why you have multiple posts about unstable clocks after doing it and people pointing to the 'limiter' part of the .cfg file to fix the problem.

add: before someone says 'what limiter'...

# Max Boost Frequency. Uncomment this if you want to change the
# maximum frequency your card will boost to.
Max_Boost_Freq = 1215
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If you raise the volts, yes your boost will rise automagically like I said. You know this, I know this and everyone knows this - that's why you have multiple posts about unstable clocks after doing it and people pointing to the 'limiter' part of the .cfg file to fix the problem.

add: before someone says 'what limiter'...

# Max Boost Frequency. Uncomment this if you want to change the
# maximum frequency your card will boost to.
Max_Boost_Freq = 1215

......... incorrect.........
KGB sets a higher overclock than stock by default, therefore people experience instability. The voltage increase itself will NOT do this. It is not a limiter, merely a setting.

Try setting the max boost frequency to the same value as your default BIOS, and watch the magnificence of no overclock. Whenever i am asked to unlock a BIOS, i keep the overclock at stock, and only change the Power Limit and voltage (fan speed if requested)

The quote from OP is from BEFORE the .cfg file was added, and therefore it would force an overclock.
Edited by iRandomize - 2/6/13 at 3:48am
post #3185 of 7933
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......... incorrect.........
KGB sets a higher overclock than stock by default, therefore people experience instability. The voltage increase itself will NOT do this. It is not a limiter, merely a setting.

Try setting the max boost frequency to the same value as your default BIOS, and watch the magnificence of no overclock.

So how does KGB set overclock higher than default? It doesn't do that if you don't change volts, try it. If the only thing you're changing is power levels or fans then you have no need to touch the limiter, your boost wouldn't have changed.

If you think it's a setting then don't change volts and put that value to 1250 (as an example), I bet your boost won't be 1250. It's a limiter unless I'm just missing something simple here.
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So how does KGB set overclock higher than default? It doesn't do that if you don't change volts, try it. If the only thing you're changing is power levels or fans then you have no need to touch the limiter, your boost wouldn't have changed.

If you think it's a setting then don't change volts and put that value to 1250 (as an example), I bet your boost won't be 1250. It's a limiter unless I'm just missing something simple here.

I am not gonna bother replying, before you try it for yourself.

(btw. my "limiter" is set to 1110, as you see below, i am running well beyond that)

The recommended solution to instability after the mod, is to underclock, not modify the BIOS again
Edited by iRandomize - 2/6/13 at 4:03am
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lol great answer.

I guess me having had this chat with the creator - he himself calling it a cap because the cards overclock when over-volted - and me knowing exactly what happens on my cards doesn't matter. In your own example you even said you over-volt every single card for people, so sounds like you've never tried what I told you.

Anyhow, when you get over your little hussy-fit, have a go and actually see what happens.

Recommended solution by who? You? This isn't meant to sound rude but that's just dumb - you can do it via the tool exactly like I've just been explaining.
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I cant seem to get an overclock at all what am i doing wrong


I cranked the voltage up just put 100 on the core & 50 on the mem
I followed the steps on the main page i modded my bios in kgb and then loaded the bios in firestorm
and it changed my power target and my voltage but i cant get an overclock at all the driver just crashes as soon as i open msi kombustor.

I was using Gpuz to monitor the voltage and it was at 1.2v so i dont get it.
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lol great answer.

I guess me having had this chat with the creator - he himself calling it a cap because the cards overclock when over-volted - and me knowing exactly what happens on my cards doesn't matter. In your own example you even said you over-volt every single card for people, so sounds like you've never tried what I told you.

Anyhow, when you get over your little hussy-fit, have a go and actually see what happens.

Recommended solution by who? You? This isn't meant to sound rude but that's just dumb - you can do it via the tool exactly like I've just been explaining.

I might have to give you this one.... partly. My MSI card runs the exact same speed as i claimed, but my reference card does not. I am terribly sorry!

But, you do not need to change the bios to fix stability issues:
Quote:
Originally Posted by CrazyNutz 
NOTICE: When you unlock the bios your card WILL boost higher, It may boost past stable. If you have any overclocks set then it WILL very likely boost past stable.
Remove your overclock settings (from precision, afterburner, etc..) then try again. If it's still unstable you may have to underclock the base a bit.

Edited by iRandomize - 2/6/13 at 5:17am
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I cant seem to get an overclock at all what am i doing wrong


I cranked the voltage up just put 100 on the core & 50 on the mem
I followed the steps on the main page i modded my bios in kgb and then loaded the bios in firestorm
and it changed my power target and my voltage but i cant get an overclock at all the driver just crashes as soon as i open msi kombustor.

I was using Gpuz to monitor the voltage and it was at 1.2v so i dont get it.
First off, there is no need to increase the voltage it does it by its self. Second, your card could just not be stable at +100, what clock is this at? What was your old max clock? And increase the memory more like +400.
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