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Wow... Nevermind... The game just crashes at the start even with default settings. Must just be the game. I will try Assassin's Creed III and see what happens.
post #22 of 35
Just max the voltage and power sliders. You only have to worry about going too far if your temperatures start getting out of control, but these cards are locked down to the point where you can't go far enough for this to be a problem. Exception would be the lightning where they use their own pwm design that goes up to 1.36V (higher if you jump through the hoops of getting AB Extreme).
post #23 of 35
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I tried to bump the core to 200 and Counter Strike GO crashed pretty quickly... I am at 160 now and playing and it seems to be fine so far. I have the mem at 250.
post #24 of 35
Make sure to watch GPU usage in AB. I don't recall CS:GO being particularly taxing on the gpu. I'd suggest running Heaven with Tesselation maxed out....that'll bring the card to its knees (10 fps or less) and surely shakeout an unstable overclock.
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Ya it is strange.... Especially considering my CPU OC was pushed to the max with Prime 95 for about a day straight.... Once I turned down the core it seemed to be working fine.... Strange....
post #26 of 35
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Originally Posted by BulletSponge View Post

I stand corrected, should have looked in Precision to verify before posting. redface.gif

The BIOS stock voltage is 1.175v, as are my GPU-Z readings. 1.175v is the maximum stock voltage. Don't ask me why your card only runs at 1.15v, but this is not the case for most people.
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I'm pretty sure 1175mv is the maximum from stock. 2125 is maximum overvolt from BIOS.

I just updated my drivers to 314.21 and noticed this...............


314.21 now limits voltage to 1150. this morning on 306.97 it was 1175. Why would they do that?
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My card also runs at 1.175v.
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Should I do anything with the Power % slider?
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Should I do anything with the Power % slider?
Max it out, no reason not to.
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