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I have now tried this tool and the KGB, both working as they should, but still there are a power limit at around 120% no matter what I set (up to 300% in afterburner), have modded back and forth and same same..

Its a MSI 660Ti PE OC, org bios here: http://peecee.dk/upload/download/396074

The card gives 1.35volt(read by multimeter) under load (+100mV), if NOT crippled by power limit so there is room for more oc, card is on water so temp isn't a problem ..

This is max in Heaven before throttle appears (only +40mV) http://hwbot.org/submission/2335367

3DMark11 will start throttle the card already at 1267MHz std volt..
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I have now tried this tool and the KGB, both working as they should, but still there are a power limit at around 120% no matter what I set (up to 300% in afterburner), have modded back and forth and same same..
Its a MSI 660Ti PE OC, org bios here: http://peecee.dk/upload/download/396074
The card gives 1.35volt(read by multimeter) under load (+100mV), if NOT crippled by power limit so there is room for more oc, card is on water so temp isn't a problem ..
This is max in Heaven before throttle appears (only +40mV) http://hwbot.org/submission/2335367
3DMark11 will start throttle the card already at 1267MHz std volt..

Read the PM i send you, basicly there is not much more power for the card to draw. 120% equals 210 watt, the card is connected to 75 watts through the PCI-e socket and 2x75 watt through the 6-pin connectors, this adds up to a total of 225 watt, 210~225.

Far Cry 3 is a poorly coded game, and makes the GPU go nuts, you will just have to deal with it.

At this point, if you are throttled by it constantly, you will have to lower the voltage.
post #183 of 256
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Read the PM i send you, basicly there is not much more power for the card to draw. 120% equals 210 watt, the card is connected to 75 watts through the PCI-e socket and 2x75 watt through the 6-pin connectors, this adds up to a total of 225 watt, 210~225.
Far Cry 3 is a poorly coded game, and makes the GPU go nuts, you will just have to deal with it.
At this point, if you are throttled by it constantly, you will have to lower the voltage.


So how much will 6+8 connectors give you?


Edited by BackwoodsNC - 12/30/12 at 7:57pm
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Read the PM i send you, basicly there is not much more power for the card to draw. 120% equals 210 watt, the card is connected to 75 watts through the PCI-e socket and 2x75 watt through the 6-pin connectors, this adds up to a total of 225 watt, 210~225.
Far Cry 3 is a poorly coded game, and makes the GPU go nuts, you will just have to deal with it.
At this point, if you are throttled by it constantly, you will have to lower the voltage.

Yeah, but its controlled and limited by something, you can sure draw more power than that..

Anyway I'm sick of all this softmodding, made this if anyone else is too smile.gif
This should deal with power limit for good on the msi cards!


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http://cdn.overclock.net/4/41/41bae588_pwrlimitmod.jpeg
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So how much will 6+8 connectors give you?

Compared to 6+6? Another 75W.
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Yeah, but its controlled and limited by something, you can sure draw more power than that..
Anyway I'm sick of all this softmodding, made this if anyone else is too smile.gif
This should deal with power limit for good on the msi cards!

Full res:
http://cdn.overclock.net/4/41/41bae588_pwrlimitmod.jpeg

I wish i had any idea how those things worked tongue.gif i don't mind risking my hardware in the search of an extra mhz!
post #188 of 256
Those are resistors, which do control power target. There was a useful guide at kingpincooling.com for disabling that and having voltage control via hard.
Thing is you'd need ln2 or dry ice, minimum water with a full cover block to deal with the heat generated for higher ocs and it would still yield much worse performance than a similarly clocked AMD 7970 or 7950 card, which wouldn't need so much hassle to begin with.
I'd rather keep my card working as is and game with it, cause it already does great.
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Anyone been able to have 1.215V on an Asus gtx 680 TOP? I used KGB awhile and it was during the full boost only at 1.189V and was giving me a 136MHz boost instead of 50MHz..
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I read that you can hardmod those very easily...there's a thread at Anandtech forums.
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