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Anyone know what this little add-on PCB does? Obviously it has something to do with the memory since it's so close to the memory voltage controller chip but I just don't know why it's there since I haven't seen it in any of the reviews of the reference card that I've read.



First time I actually saw it when I removed my own cooler, never seen it before in any images.
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If I try to open it in BIOS Tweaker it crashes, but it should not be able to open it?

I've been told this happens but I never bothered with editing it myself. It just works well which is why I use it.
 
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Anyone know what this little add-on PCB does? Obviously it has something to do with the memory since it's so close to the memory voltage controller chip but I just don't know why it's there since I haven't seen it in any of the reviews of the reference card that I've read.



First time I actually saw it when I removed my own cooler, never seen it before in any images.
I've been told this happens but I never bothered with editing it myself. It just works well which is why I use it.
Just asked to be sure the file was ok before I tried it smile.gif
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He is. To me I still can't set a custom clock to the specific MHz (still has 13 MHZ per bin) and it still boosts. The only pro I like about the TI BIOS is I can set the voltage on the fly easily to any known range of voltage without needing to worry about pegging or other things. However most would peg anyways...

Odd. The TI bios works perfectly for me. I wish I could drop the power limits a bit, but other than that I can't see any issues at all. The only time I see throttling with it is if I set the Precision power limit down to like 85% and run something with very high power draw like 3DMark Vantage Xtreme settings. I personally like it working that way. I've used a lot of other bios's, and I've found they all throttle occasionally...the TI bios doesn't.
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Guys Im having a problem with my gpu, no matter what software I use to monitor or control my gpu it keeps locking my clock at 967mhz.

Im running a custom bios at 1150 and the second I use precision X or afterburner it locks my core at 967mhz but when benchmark without it on the core runs at 1150 but I need the software to set my power limit and custom fan curve

please help Ive tried everything Ive installed and reinstalled the software, Ive reinstalled drivers and ive even reflashed the bios
   
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Guys Im having a problem with my gpu, no matter what software I use to monitor or control my gpu it keeps locking my clock at 967mhz.

Im running a custom bios at 1150 and the second I use precision X or afterburner it locks my core at 967mhz but when benchmark without it on the core runs at 1150 but I need the software to set my power limit and custom fan curve

please help Ive tried everything Ive installed and reinstalled the software, Ive reinstalled drivers and ive even reflashed the bios
Maybe if you post it one more time you get the solution? redface.gif
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Maybe, its worth a go wink.gif

Sorry just incredibly desperate to fix this and im getting a bit irate. I will stop trolling and just be patient redface.gif
   
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Maybe, its worth a go wink.gif

Sorry just incredibly desperate to fix this and im getting a bit irate. I will stop trolling and just be patient redface.gif

Have you tried going back to stock bios and seeing if the issue is still there?
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Other bioses do what it does but better.

Do you mind specifying? The vbios you recommended will lock the 3d voltage to 1.212v, throttles when the power target doesn't get adjusted by software and it has boost (ok, well, if you don't care about having control over your clocks then you might be happy with boost). Also it idles at more than 500 MHz which is ridiculous, I see no advantage at all in this.

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Are you the creator of the TI bios???

Yes.
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Have you tried going back to stock bios and seeing if the issue is still there?
yep tried that its driving me nuts, im gonna do a clean install of windows and see if that helps
   
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Do you mind specifying? The vbios you recommended will lock the 3d voltage to 1.212v, throttles when the power target doesn't get adjusted by software and it has boost (ok, well, if you don't care about having control over your clocks then you might be happy with boost). Also it idles at more than 500 MHz which is ridiculous, I see no advantage at all in this.
Yes.

1212mV for 3d is good if you actually care about stable clocks for the card.

Of course you need to manually adjust the power limit at first, if you want a bios that will OC the card for you without you touching precisionX then this isn't it.

There's nothing wrong with boost. As long as the card stays within the temp limit it wont throttle. So I don't see how you wouldn't have control over your clocks...

And as I said there's a version without boost if you prefer that.

And it doesn't have some stupid branding, just bios used by pros for WRs and all that. But I guess vince and andre using boost clocks etc. means nothing, they certainly don't have control of their clocks...
 
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