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Dugom some people including me have found that increasing DEF value is better then MAX in case your card starts to throttle for no reason even before reaching your MAX TDP limit you set.

Card wont draw more then it needs even if you change Def value.
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What are your temperatures?
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Well I have 660 gtx and gpu temp is not going over 60 C gigabyte's windforce cooler is really good.
I have no idea what vrm temps are, I dont have infrared thermometer smile.gif
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Well I have 660 gtx and gpu temp is not going over 60 C gigabyte's windforce cooler is really good.
I have no idea what vrm temps are, I dont have infrared thermometer smile.gif
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Dugom View Post

I want to try the boost table, the numbers seems to be the "bins" (+13Mhz), that are use to automatically downclock the card over 70°C (number 46). The boost should stay to 1241, even if I exceed 70°. it's an experiment maybe I'm completely wrong.

No one here changed the boost table?
I don't want to boost the TDP too much, I dont realy get how many W is safe, I have 10 phases power (8GPU+2RAM), the MSI Lightning got 11, (8+3), standard cards have 6 phases power (4+2). The GTX TITAN is 8 phases power (6+2).

I don't want to burn the card. This way i could move the TDP with Precision X, then I can check the degres of the VRM with an Infrared Thermometer.

Cool pictures smile.gif
I got no throttleing, and my boost tables match :S Dont know how i did it, but it works tongue.gif.
You may max out the power at all times, it will not result in more heat. It is not forcing more wattage into the GPU, just allowing the GPU to draw whatever wattage it feels like. If your card does not need more than 180watt, it will not draw more than 180watt, regardless of the power limit.
post #3896 of 7931
hello, dugom, sorry for bad english, i am french, i have the same card as you "asus 680 dcII 4gb", and i modded my bios. i have 1280mhz stable, i dont have touch the memory speed because i think its not necessary, the temp never pass the 64/65 degrees at fan 70%, if it's not stable for you, you can lower the max boost to 1254.
680dcII4gb.zip 116k .zip file
post #3897 of 7931
Thanks guys.

Quote:
Originally Posted by deejaykristoff View Post

i am french
I'm french too.
I've looked to your BIOS, the settings help me a lot.
At Stock, in 100% charge (Unigine Heaven), i already reached 67°... Have you benched your card?

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Originally Posted by iRandomize View Post

I got no throttleing, and my boost tables match :S Dont know how i did it, but it works tongue.gif
What is your Core temperature?
May i see your BIOS to study it?

Thanks again.
Edited by Dugom - 3/11/13 at 11:45am
post #3898 of 7931
yes, in 3d mark11 p10897

what program do you use to mod the bios, i use Kepler BIOS Tweaker v1.25, for me its the best, you can change everything.
http://www.hardwareluxx.de/community/f14/nvidia-geforce-gtx-600-serie-bios-files-932143.html
Edited by deejaykristoff - 3/11/13 at 12:01pm
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I use KBT, as well.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Dugom View Post

Thanks guys.
I'm french too.
I've looked to your BIOS, the settings help me a lot.
At Stock, in 100% charge (Unigine Heaven), i already reached 67°... Have you benched your card?
What is your Core temperature?
May i see your BIOS to study it?

Thanks again.

My temperatures rarely touch 67C. I pushed the temperatures all the way to 91C, with no throttleing at all.

gc670peoc2.zip 56k .zip file
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