Originally Posted by mark_thaddeus
Sorry Karlito! Super competitive juices kicking in
No kidding. I pushed from about 11pm to 3:30am last night trying to get that last .1 fps till 58 and it felt like a blink... and never got it. I know you know how I feel, lol. Im determined to do it before we get a new driver as well, the card just wont get stable past 1850 regardless of volts. It doesnt make sense to me that I often would get seconds away from finishing, only to fail, regardless of voltage. This occured from about 1860-1940mhz. From 1850-1860 I just cant get rid of the stutter, the runs will finish but they are useless in terms of scoring. Before anyone asks why i would keep pushing upwards, my only answer is simply the idea that maybe i'm just not in the voltageToMHZ bracket that works, so I just keep pushing upwards. Is there a voltageToMHZ bracket? i have no clue. my theory is simply based on the observed fact that there are plenty of times that I would get massive improvements in stability by increasing a few mhz while decreasing did the opposite(at particular set voltage), as well as decreasing voltage sometimes giving me a near full run, whereas increasing it even 5mV caused it to hang immediately. I ruled out coincidence due to the fact that I could always replicate a near complete run over and over, for it to fail in the same spot every time. Zero artifacts(core sitting at 1300 to insure its not the culprit), 32c at full load. Mind you, im referring only to memory adjustments. I wish I had taken more time to record each step.
Can anyone confirm(relate) this? It is what it is.Edited by jdm317 - 2/22/13 at 10:13pm