Originally Posted by PhantomTaco
Would you mind detailing what you did with the Naennon bios? Also are you on air or water? Would you mind putting up your modded bios? Sorry for the assault of questions, just very interested in what settings you used to get that stable.
Never ran mine on air, have EK wb with backplate. my gpu temps typically 35c at load.
Naenons (or edits with it) is the only bios that has some setting that you cant see/change in kepler bios tweaker, that has the potential to completely prevent throttling. My card is leakier more power hungry than his, so I just had to increase kepler visible power limits a little further. Other changes I made were to satisfy my OCD.
The bios isnt going to change any stability or instability you have....just increase power limits before throttling, which should eliminate it in any normal power draw benchmarking.
sk3tch has made a page with all bioses, and info you need: http://1pcent.com/?p=277
best thing to do is go there, download kepler editor, and read some of the bioses, wont take long.
naenons is 121gb115. (changes I made are circled in red.)
Only change I made that mattered for me, I had to increase the default power limits from his 260,000 to my 285,000 to eliminate rest of my throttling..
Other changes I made for my OCD.
1) increase boost clock to 928, I bought SC series, with higher boost clock so I increased it back to my stock value. Does it matter....no. all that matters is boost limit, but it bothered my OCD
2) used slider to decrease boost limit back to 1202....does that matter, again no, already limited to 1202 by boost table on another tab...but again, the OCD
3) increased max mw to 310,000. If I understood naenons post correctly, cant go past 300,000, so that was a meaningless change, just my OCD isnt bad enough to go change that back.
btw...if you do use his bios, when you flash, nvflash will whine about image difference, and your card will beep at you, then you will have to reload your drivers after you turn off computer, and then turn it back on.
Other than that your on your own at your own risk Edited by opt33 - 3/17/13 at 8:42am