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Originally Posted by Naennon View Post

ok just for you:

pcie spec is:
75w from slot
75w from 6 pin
150w from 8 pin
must be 300watts if i'm right

boost 2.0 and its throttle features start here
lets say nvidia has setup these values inside the bios and boost 2.0 starts to throttle each line per 10%
means 7,5w, 7,5w and 15w all together 30 watts

here is where my bios starts working
my bios has around
150w pcie
150w 6pin
150w 8pin
must be 600watts if i'm right

boost 2.0 and its throttle features start here
lets say we have setup alternate values inside the bios and boost 2.0 starts to throttle each line per 10%
means 7,5w, 7,5w and 15w all together 30 watts but it ist still OVER 75,75,150

you can test it by youself using an ammeter

nvidia ref bios will ALWAYS keep power below 265 watts
no matter what you enter @ 100% or 105% or 4000% - even if you enter 700watts and 200% powerlimit
the card will not exceed 265watts - NEVER - it is a hardlimit

my bios bypasses this 265w wall - but it will always keep power below 299 watts of course - you know why - you cannt pull more power than your hardware can deliver

that is a M AJOR change to that bios and not doable with simple KBT editing
so stop calling my bios a minor change from ref bios blabla
i told you that before - this bios cannot throttle power related but i will and do - engine and workload related (try furmark or tessmark)
and every stock bios modified to whatever you want powerlimit WILL throttle

and to all of you using this bios: it will use maximum power of 300 watts - keep that in mind while overclocking
Doesn't change a thing to the fact that 5 changes which can all be achieved with the KBE will make a nvidia ref bios a 100% match with yours.
No need to go hating around without reason I'm just saying.

At your 300W statement those are the design specs and since the vrm's won't need more you won't consume more but you can pull more of those lines you could actually pull anything untill the resistance gets so high they melt (which is about 15A)
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How are you doubling the maximum wattage through a PCI-E slot if all you are changing is the card's bios?

Shouldn't this cause untold troubles for the motherboard? Please enlighten me on how you are managing to safely and easily DOUBLE a set specification here to get those 150w numbers? Clearly you can't actually be running that through there, so where are those numbers coming from?
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ok you don't get it or me
useless to speak on with you wink.gif


try to figure out what the difference between your clicki clicki KBT bios and my bios is
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How are you doubling the maximum wattage through a PCI-E slot if all you are changing is the card's bios?

Shouldn't this cause untold troubles for the motherboard? Please enlighten me on how you are managing to safely and easily DOUBLE a set specification here to get those 150w numbers? Clearly you can't actually be running that through there, so where are those numbers coming from?

nobody knows that numbers exactly but that are the changes made to that bios and these values are examples - noone ever will take 150w from pcieslot wink.gif
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nobody knows that numbers exactly but that are the changes made to that bios and these values are examples - noone ever will take 150w from pcieslot wink.gif
Yeah, obviously. But people do indeed know those numbers, they are listed in the specifications for the slot.

I could see being able to go over those "maximums" somewhat, but much more and you are looking at some serious damage. So what i am wondering is, did you set the card to have a maximum draw of 150w from those? That would be dangerous as hell, and stupid. So where are those numbers coming from, or are you just pulling things out of your butt?

And for that matter, 150x3 is 450, not 600... so where did the 600 come from? lol
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Iv been researching 30inch lcds , dell ultrasharp U3011 or the HP ZR30 30in....peaple are saying conflicting things about them... Which one is the better monitor? i think im going to get one in a few months after i let my bank account recover from spending on a Titan... tonguesmiley.giftonguesmiley.gif
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Wait for the dell u3014 it will have led backlight.
Those other 2 have CCFL backlight which not only uses more power than led it also gives a less clear image and has a higher chance of breaking.

No need to wait, he is in USA and U3014 is out now. Everything you said is true and the 3014 is great but I imagine the biggest issue is the ~500$ price difference. I used a 3011 for a couple years it's a great monitor.

Regarding the bios thing you're still angry and saying your bios is the same why? He didn't even make the bios why be angry towards him? We appreciate what you've done and what you tried to do isn't that enough? Something is different from yours, period.
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Also we've had report of ppl no longer throttling with an unmodified Nvidia bios rolleyes.gif

I don't throttle with Naennen's bios.

I downloaded the Nvidia version and do throttle.
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Yeah, obviously. But people do indeed know those numbers, they are listed in the specifications for the slot.

I could see being able to go over those "maximums" somewhat, but much more and you are looking at some serious damage. So what i am wondering is, did you set the card to have a maximum draw of 150w from those? That would be dangerous as hell, and stupid. So where are those numbers coming from, or are you just pulling things out of your butt?

And for that matter, 150x3 is 450, not 600... so where did the 600 come from? lol

fixed it wink.gif
thats just an example how it works - just doubled all values for better understanding
those numbers are not "or are you just pulling things out of your butt?"

i said it pages before and here again: i did not made the changes in person, some german coding guys and oc-freaks made this possible
and everyone using this must have the insight of pcie specs and what those limits are for
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I don't throttle with Naennen's bios.

I downloaded the Nvidia version and do throttle.

i know
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Originally Posted by Naennon View Post

fixed it wink.gif
thats just an example how it works - just doubled all values for better understanding
those numbers are not "or are you just pulling things out of your butt?"

i said it pages before and here again: i did not made the changes in person, some german coding guys and oc-freaks made this possible
and everyone using this must have the insight of pcie specs and what those limits are for
i know
That is just because of the adjusted powerlimit still nothing that can't be fixed with KBE 1.25 the german one.
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which version of KBT are you using?
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