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With Trixx, go into settings, tick the ''load on windows startup'', ''...and start minimized'', ''set clock on change'' then select your desired core/mem and core voltage, save it to a profile and restart.
You can only set the power slide to 50% in MSI AB after you have flashed the moded bios which supports it. I think 1.250v is max voltage for Trixx.
Here i'll attach my FX1 1000/1250 @ 1.13v with power set to 50%. I haven't tampered with the low clocks, only the boost voltage and power limit.
Few posts back i have attached the same one, only with the stock voltage slightly higher @1.169v if you want to try that one.
Both bioses are voltage unlocked.
FX1-2-PL50.zip 105k .zip file

thanks a lot! wink.gif
post #872 of 1324
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thanks a lot! wink.gif

No problem, glad i could help.
You should post the ASIC quality of your card and which stock bios comes with your card because not every bios is compatible with every card
Edited by EnErgy667 - 6/11/13 at 7:14am
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Have nobody a unlockedbios fx1 or fy1 with this settings:
1100/1400mhz
pt 50%
1170V?asic of my card is 57% frown.gif
post #874 of 1324
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Those temps, namely 66c are perfectly normal for your card, mine go even higher. Everything until 80c is perfectly safe.
How much lower was your 3dmark score? The score varies because of the card throttling. You should increase the Power limit to 50% to avoid throttling then the scores would be higher.

normal in the sense 80 safe yes but i meant to say when undervolting why don they decrease?.More over in game temps will be much higher if valley is 66 and also my reso is 1600x900, soon i will upgrade to 1080p then more temps will increase so wanted to use the undervolt mod.



3dmark11 graphics score got lowered by about mor ethan 150 even with 50PL.

If the temps don't decrease then my gigabyte stock FX0 is better in the sense that i don't need to touch PL, even with 0 i get slightly more or less same score and same temps.

I really wanted low temps, my ambient is really hot frown.gif
Edited by xtreemeNoob - 6/11/13 at 7:31am
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Have nobody a unlockedbios fx1 or fy1 with this settings:
1100/1400mhz
pt 50%
1170V?asic of my card is 57% frown.gif

You cannot change the core clock and memory clock inside bios, it is hardwired in dependence of your ASIC quality, but you can make a profile inside AB or Trixx, the only changeable thing is the voltage and again it depends on your ASIC. If you want to, use this-->>http://www.overclock.net/t/1313813/new-bios-update-for-gigabyte-hd7950/840#post_20157024.
That's my unlocked FX1 bios @1,169v which will work with your card's ASIC.
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normal in the sense 80 safe yes but i meant to say when undervolting why don they decrease?.More over in game temps will be much higher if valley is 66 and also my reso is 1600x900, soon i will upgrade to 1080p then more temps will increase so wanted to use the undervolt mod.



3dmark11 graphics score got lowered by about mor ethan 150 even with 50PL.

If the temps don't decrease then my gigabyte stock FX0 is better in the sense that i don't need to touch PL, even with 0 i get slightly more or less same score and same temps.

I really wanted low temps, my ambient is really hot frown.gif

Resolution doesn't have anything to do with the temps, the GPU usage does, and of course clocks and voltage at which your card is performing.
If the temps inside Heaven bench were 66c then they will be no higher than that when gaming.
I already explained it and can't stress it enough, your temps, your OC, your bench score is all in relation with your ASIC quality, not every bios works the same way with every card, some will have more Vdroop and more throttling which will eventually lower your score, and some will not.
Attach your original bios, i will mod it for you so you will have everything you wanted, lower voltage and lower temps but don't expect a miracle. And post your ASIC quality.
Edited by EnErgy667 - 6/11/13 at 7:54am
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Just want to let everyone know that the FT0 mod worked smile.gif Thanks for helping me out.

I OCed the revision 2 card to PL 20%, 1150/1550MHz @ 1.188V.
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Resolution doesn't have anything to do with the temps, the GPU usage does, and of course clocks and voltage at which your card is performing.
If the temps inside Heaven bench were 66c then they will be no higher than that when gaming.
I already explained it and can't stress it enough, your temps, your OC, your bench score is all in relation with your ASIC quality, not every bios works the same way with every card, some will have more Vdroop and more throttling which will eventually lower your score, and some will not.
Attach your original bios, i will mod it for you so you will have everything you wanted, lower voltage and lower temps but don't expect a miracle. And post your ASIC quality.

well it's a common sense that higher the resolution higher will be gpu usage to cope up and thus higher temps, in this summer valley @ 1600x900 is 66 degree and @ 1080p almost 70(already tested).

I guess you have no idea what you are talking about. Crysis 3 beats the hell out and take the temps to almost 75 and u say valley is demanding, valley is not demanding that much, now a days most demanding is crysis 3 and far cry3, try crysis 3 mp someday room can turn into a heater itself lol.

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not every bios works the same way with every card, some will have more Vdroop and more throttling which will eventually lower your score, and some will not.

I never said that every card is same and will work the same way, if you understnad my last post, all i said is it's not working for me but it's pretty normal it will work magic for some, already did actually and hats off to robintro for that.

FX0.zip 105k .zip file

Asic is 57.5%.
Edited by xtreemeNoob - 6/11/13 at 9:07am
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well it's a common sense that higher the resolution higher will be gpu usage to cope up and thus higher temps, in this summer valley @ 1600x900 is 66 degree and @ 1080p almost 70(already tested).

I guess you have no idea what you are talking about lol. Crysis 3 beats the hell out and take the temps to almost 75 and u say valley is demanding, valley is not demanding that much, now a days most demanding is crysis 3 and far cry3, try crysis 3 mp someday room can turn into a heater itself lol.

I am hesitant to comment this because you asked for help and now you have your own opinion and conclusion.
Regardless, i never said that crysis is less demanding than heaven, where did you read this!?!?!?
Seeing as you are undermining my effort to help you i will just explain your misunderstanding. I agree that i phrased it wrong, resolution is just a fragment of the ''whole package''. Resolution by itself has nothing or little to do with the gpu core, but rather is card memory related, higher resolution-more memory used-more memory heating. More gpu usage you have, more vdroop will occur and will eventually lead to more throttling, and the card will run more cooler at the expense of framerate, resolution is just a small aspect of that, there are also antialiasing, texture detail, tesselation, anisotropy, etc,etc.... Crysis 3 uses more gpu at which point the throttling kicks in, heaven uses less gpu than crysis and thus reduces the throttling. Try running crysis 3 mp at highest possible resolution whilst lowering everything else to minimum and you'll see my point. And please refrain from guessing, rather deal with the facts.
Edited by EnErgy667 - 6/11/13 at 9:39am
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I am hesitant to comment this because you asked for help and now you have your own opinion and conclusion.
Regardless, i never said that crysis is less demanding than heaven, where did you read this!?!?!?
Seeing as you are undermining my effort to help you i will just explain your misunderstanding. I agree that i phrased it wrong, resolution is just a fragment of the ''whole package''. Resolution by itself has nothing or little to do with the gpu core, but rather is card memory related, higher resolution-more memory used-more memory heating. More gpu usage you have, more vdroop will occur and will eventually lead to more throttling, and the card will run more cooler at the expense of framerate, resolution is just a small aspect of that, there are also antialiasing, texture detail, tesselation, anisotropy, etc,etc.... Crysis 3 uses more gpu at which point the throttling kicks in, heaven uses less gpu than crysis and thus reduces the throttling. Try running crysis 3 mp at highest possible resolution whilst lowering everything else to minimum and you'll see my point. And please refrain from guessing, rather deal with the facts.

First of all
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you asked for help and now you have your own opinion and conclusion

I never asked for help from you, robintro and I was discussing things from post #862 and ........ smile.gif

You totally misunderstood, I know all about this reso/texture/ throttling/tess/blabla the way gpu works from a gaming carreer of almost 20 years but thats not the fact here, the fact is you said
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If the temps inside Heaven bench were 66c then they will be no higher than that when gaming.

to which i simply replied that it's possible, nothing else no grudge or whatsoever.
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Try running crysis 3 mp at highest possible resolution whilst lowering everything else to minimum and you'll see my point. And please refrain from guessing, rather deal with the facts

I don't have any personal conclusion or guessed anything.

My name may have misguided you but I am not that noob. I know what you said but unfortunately you misunderstood me. All i said is my reso is 1600x900 and have high temps, if I upgrade to 1080p and play at the same old settings temps will rise more due to the gpu need to render more pixels( and yes by gpu i meant the gpu as a whole not only core), it's a normal scenario. I don't know why are you arguing here. You expect me to upgrade my reso and play at lower than previous settings, well if yes then our roads are different.

You were more techiqal in explaining the things that I already knew and I was more talking in general terms and words as simple as that, I can go into techniqal but that's not needed here.

Hope you will understand, nonetheless great job you guys are doing.
Edited by xtreemeNoob - 6/11/13 at 10:10am
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