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post #4021 of 28144
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Originally Posted by wuannai View Post

I'm in the same boat. We know naenon bios doesn't throttle...we only need that one modified to 1.25v.

Thanks.
nvidia1250(1).zip 229k .zip file
There you go... it isn't going to help at all and it was a total waste of time just for it having the Nvidia vendor...
post #4022 of 28144
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Originally Posted by maarten12100 View Post

The first is without dynamic voltage the lower one isn't.
I did the Nvidia one quickly but I'm pretty sure I did it correct you should read the voltage with a digital multimeter as monitoring software wont go above 1.212V

Yes i tried the dynamic one. Flashed both cards with it and with 3 valley runs gpu1 downlocks always to sub 1000's and 2 isn't affected with the same temps, ie: the same as the og naennon bios. So i'm stumped...
It seems cards react differently to the same bios.. except with the mysterious neannon bios..
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Originally Posted by wuannai View Post

I'm in the same boat. We know naenon bios doesn't throttle...we only need that one modified to 1.25v.

Thanks.

Is this possible? I love Maarten for his hard work, but we need that neannon guy back to join forces with him to create this for us...
post #4023 of 28144
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Yes i tried the dynamic one. Flashed both cards with it and with 3 valley runs gpu1 downlocks always to sub 1000's and 2 isn't affected with the same temps, ie: the same as the og naennon bios. So i'm stumped...
It seems cards react differently to the same bios.. except with the mysterious neannon bios..
Is this possible? I love Maarten for his hard work, but we need that neannon guy back to join forces with him to create this for us...
First the same bios will result in the same effect if all the other factors are the same and I mean always.
I already uploaded that bios with a 1.25 voltage minutes ago but it doesn't seem to help as the sweet spot for nearly all is lower, for most even lower than 1.2125V
post #4024 of 28144
Is it possible to edit the boost table with Nvidia bios tweaker? I would love a bios that with a 1.215v lock, 135% power limit, and a boost that tops out at 1176mhz.
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First the same bios will result in the same effect if all the other factors are the same and I mean always.
I already uploaded that bios with a 1.25 voltage minutes ago but it doesn't seem to help as the sweet spot for nearly all is lower, for most even lower than 1.2125V

I will flash them again with the modded 1.25v to rule out user error..
Will report back.
post #4026 of 28144
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nvidia1250(1).zip 229k .zip file
There you go... it isn't going to help at all and it was a total waste of time just for it having the Nvidia vendor...

Thanks a lot for your patience but the throttle continues. Cards must react different to the same bios.

With all of your bios my card throttles...no matter if 1.20v, 1.21v or 1.25v.

The only bios that makes my card not to throttle seems to be Naenon's one. Something must be different. The problem is that it is not 100% stable at 1202.

I only wanted to see if 1.25v gave more stability...or perhaps is water what I need.

Thanks for all.
post #4027 of 28144
So for me, even with modded bios, if I use over 70% fan, it messes with my offset. My +160 offset gives me 1202mhz with 67% fan. 80% fan gives the same offset 1167mhz.
post #4028 of 28144
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Is it possible to edit the boost table with Nvidia bios tweaker? I would love a bios that with a 1.215v lock, 135% power limit, and a boost that tops out at 1176mhz.
You should be able to depending on vendor. Nvidia vanila is locked though.
post #4029 of 28144
Yeah, it seems to let me up the boost table but not lower it. Unless I'm missing something.
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I've been reading about the bios flashing with great interest but I think I may hold off and see what Nvidia's official "fix" for the throttling turns out to be before I go flashing to unofficial bios's. If they offer a crappy bandaid that doesn't really eliminate the pointless throttling then I will try flashing my Titans. As is they still provide more than enough performance for gaming even at stock...
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