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Originally Posted by yofghi View Post

I wouldnt mind getting the bios changed so I can boost my max voltage up to around 1.2 if thats possible. Just trying to strecth out my overclock a little more thumb.gif GK104.zip 55k .zip file
Carreful, you can't change the voltage as you want, if we change it, it will be locked !

I set the voltage from 1150 mV to 1175 mV. (Boost voltage)
I set the Boost limit from 1215 to 1398Mhz, this way you can OC with Precision X without limit.
I set the TDP max from 225W (132%) to 250W (147%) to avoid Throttle.


NewGK104.zip 55k .zip file

If you want more Voltage, just ask.
Edited by Dugom - 3/12/13 at 10:28pm
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Originally Posted by iRandomize View Post

It's a matter of preference. Name on thing, that makes PrecisionX better than AB?

There are some differences, of course many similarities as well. Ultimately it is a matter of Preference.

Some differences in Precision:

Different UI (obviously)
NVAPI based Frame Rate Target
Pixel Clock Control
K-Boost
Different method of voltage control
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I've found my maximum stable overclock of 1267MHz for the GPU and +663 on the VRAM and now want to make it permanent in the BIOS. According to the Kepler Bios Tweaker my ROM currently has the following settings:
Base Clock: 980
Boost Clock: 1058.5
Boost Limit: 1267.5
Memory Clock: 3004

I assume that I need to adjust the memory clock to 3667, but what do I adjust the Base and Boost clocks to?
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I assume that I need to adjust the memory clock to 3667, but what do I adjust the Base and Boost clocks to?
You are right for the memory, but +/- 50Mhz for the memory don't realy matters. Set 3600Mhz to be sure.

For the GPU, you are stopped by the BOOST LIMIT, set it to 1398Mhz, then retry your Bench to find your real maximum stable OC.

Don't touch the BASE and BOOST clock, they are useless.
Move the MAX TABLE CLOCK acording to your new maximum stable frequency.

This way you could increase or decrease your MAX TABLE CLOCK with the slider "GPU CLOCK OFFSET" on Precision X, in case one day, you have to use an instable or more stable game/bench.

Unigine Heaven is great to realy bench a graphic card.
http://www.guru3d.com/files_get/download_unigine_heaven_benchmark,5.html
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This bios mod is plain ridiculous. I went from being able to do +81 on the core, and +241 on the memory (3DMark11 / Heaven benchmark stable) to doing +81 on the core, and +500 memory (3DMark11 / Heaven benchmark stable).

I haven't even tried to push the core further or memory even farther than that yet. I can only imagine how far I can take it now. Enjoying the extra frames in games, need to play with it more though and see where it goes. thumb.gif

This mod is awesome, +rep!

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Edited by BiG StroOnZ - 3/12/13 at 10:53pm
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Originally Posted by Dugom View Post

You are right for the memory, but +/- 50Mhz for the memory don't realy matters. Set 3600Mhz to be sure.

For the GPU, you are stopped by the BOOST LIMIT, set it to 1398Mhz, then retry your Bench to find your real maximum stable OC.

Don't touch the BASE and BOOST clock, they are useless.
Move the MAX TABLE CLOCK acording to your new maximum stable frequency.

This way you could increase or decrease your MAX TABLE CLOCK with the slider "GPU CLOCK OFFSET" on Precision X, in case one day, you have to use an instable or more stable game/bench.

Unigine Heaven is great to realy bench a graphic card.
http://www.guru3d.com/files_get/download_unigine_heaven_benchmark,5.html
So once I've found my maximum stable overclock do I then change the boost limit back down to the maximum stable frequency?

I also want to set up a HWBOT benchmarking BIOS which allows me to push the card to the limits. I don't really care if it's unstable and produces artifacts, just so long as it lasts long enough to complete a run and can produce a score. I assume I increase the Max power control to 150%, and Max Voltage #1 & #2 to 1212.5mV? Are there any other settings that can be changed to stop the card from throttling at 70C as the temps will most likely hit the first throttle point during a benchmark? I've seen some comments stating this can be achive by changing the P00 voltage and setting the min and def power control to be the same as max.
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Has anyone successfully flashed a modded bios on the Asus DCII OC? If so, would you mind hosting it somewhere?
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I am still wishing/dreaming for a feature that allows the 6xx series to simply go to full power when starting a 3D app and going to idle mode when not.

Until then I will have to settle with the Inspector "tweak".

Futhermore, would love if you could simply set a requested CORE MHZ and not the +"Whatever" - Becomes so trivial to Over/Down-clock and having to set 3-4 settings as the cards all boost differently.
Edited by Gomi - 3/13/13 at 12:39am
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Does Increasing the Memory Offset TOO HIGH, will reduce the performance (FPS) on games? I don't know why, but when Increasing the memory offset to +700 (7.4 Ghz effective), I notice that my FPS is SLIGHTLY decrease compared to +500 offset (7 Ghz Effective).

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Does Increasing the Memory Offset TOO HIGH, will reduce the performance (FPS) on games? I don't know why, but when Increasing the memory offset to +700 (7.4 Ghz effective), I notice that my FPS is SLIGHTLY decrease compared to +500 offset (7 Ghz Effective).

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It could be the error correction kicking in and causing performance slowdowns. It has been known to occur at higher memory overclocks.
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