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Hardware locked to 1.21. Already tried it multiple times.
So the only route is pencil shading?
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Yeah I could do that but much too noisy if I could just stop it from throttling so early I would be happy. Yes its the 3 fan model and its not for sale. Thanks though.
Not sure I get you but I'll try and figure it out. Cheers.


Keep the P00 voltage the same as the MAX voltage.
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So the only route is pencil shading?

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Keep the P00 voltage the same as the MAX voltage.

Thanks again, very helpful. Should I use KBT or KGB? Does it matter which?
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Thanks again, very helpful. Should I use KBT or KGB? Does it matter which?
I use KBT smile.gif
Now your 3D Mode voltage will be locked to 1.21v. So that temp throttling which would make the voltage dip by .1 will be removed and irrespective of your temp the card will run at 1.21v when at full load smile.gif
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That's using a pencil to shade on the voltage resistor to increase voltage. It's a hard mod. Is 1.21v safe for 24/7 usage on a Gtx 600 series card?
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That's using a pencil to shade on the voltage resistor to increase voltage. It's a hard mod. Is 1.21v safe for 24/7 usage on a Gtx 600 series card?

Increasing resistance thereby increasing voltage. What's the typical voltage increase? Sounds like snake oil.

Lots of us have been using 1.212 with no problems for extended periods of time. (over 1 year) Remember its only 3% more voltage at 1.212 over 1.175, so its really not much. There's probably more fluctuation on the different boards themselves than this would ever net gain a specific card.

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Increasing resistance thereby increasing voltage. What's the typical voltage increase? Sounds like snake oil.

Lots of us have been using 1.212 with no problems for extended periods of time. (over 1 year) Remember its only .3% more voltage at 1.212 over 1.175, so its really not much. There's probably more fluctuation on the different boards themselves than this would ever net gain a specific card.

So 1.21v wouldn't do any damage if you put it that way. My bios was voltage locked to 1.162v. So I flashed an MSI bios as well as an Asus bios and luckily those bioses were unlocked allowing for 1.21v and my card accepted the flash of both vendors. Guess 1.21v isn't that much voltage after all. How long have you been using 1.21v on your card? My max temps while gaming is 74c but mostly at 69c or 70c.
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So 1.21v wouldn't do any damage if you put it that way. My bios was voltage locked to 1.162v. So I flashed an MSI bios as well as an Asus bios and luckily those bioses were unlocked allowing for 1.21v and my card accepted the flash of both vendors. Guess 1.21v isn't that much voltage after all. How long have you been using 1.21v on your card? My max temps while gaming is 74c but mostly at 69c or 70c.

I have a 660 at 1.212 for about 6 mos. If anything it has gotten stronger with better drivers.

I also have a 670 at 1.212 (just got it) and a 670 at 1.175 had over a year (no need for voltage as its a strong overclocker).

I've seen no difference on any of them for degradation. I've heard of one guy's Zotac 670 getting degrading at 1.175 so I think it matters more about the general chip quality (individually) than anything else. If you're gonna get degradations you are going to see them even at 1.175, running at 1.212 is not going to be the reason you are getting degraded. It just might make the difference of a month or two in use. A bad chip is gonna degrade regardless of the 3% difference.
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So 1.21v wouldn't do any damage if you put it that way. My bios was voltage locked to 1.162v. So I flashed an MSI bios as well as an Asus bios and luckily those bioses were unlocked allowing for 1.21v and my card accepted the flash of both vendors. Guess 1.21v isn't that much voltage after all. How long have you been using 1.21v on your card? My max temps while gaming is 74c but mostly at 69c or 70c.

The difference between 1.162 and 1.212 is 4%. That's still less than half of one percent. I wouldn't be the least bit worried IMO.

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