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Ahh, I actually flashed to the one WITH Boost... Should I flash to the one without Boost then? There was two Bios's in the Rar so I went for the second.

I didn't realize that sky made a BIOS with boost enabled. For gaming I use a boost BIOS, for benching I use a boost disabled BIOS. It doesn't really matter which one you use, it is just marginally easier to use the boost disabled BIOS because it's easier to know where your clocks are going given a certain offset and probably helps with benching because the clocks fluctuate less.

I edited that last post and mentioned you want to keep an eye on core and VRM temps too.
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Hey guys

Is there any possible way to make the changes in the classy voltage tuner permanent so that i dont have to set my volts everytime i restart my computer? Or make it so that i only have to click apply? It is so annoying to get the slider where i want it and considering all the tweaks i must set in order to make my overclock stable ...

tank you


Does anyone know of a way? I'm having the same issues with having to reset the settings each time.
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Anyone know where I can find stock bios 80.80.31.00.80 and LN2? They have vanished from my folder. I've been searching everywhere to no avail.
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I didn't realize that sky made a BIOS with boost enabled. For gaming I use a boost BIOS, for benching I use a boost disabled BIOS. It doesn't really matter which one you use, it is just marginally easier to use the boost disabled BIOS because it's easier to know where your clocks are going given a certain offset and probably helps with benching because the clocks fluctuate less.

I edited that last post and mentioned you want to keep an eye on core and VRM temps too.
Okay thanks a lot dude. I've got the numbers set on that tool that you gave me. Going to run some benchs then see if I can raise the clocks much as it is.
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Just had another Reset due to Anti-Surge so Im guessing them values are a tad too high?
Also, as Maxincredible52 and syoumans54 said, Is there any other way to change the voltages permanently? Just don't want to have to set that tool every day if I don't have to.
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Should I maybe just turn off Anti-Surge on my Motherboard??
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Does anyone know of a way? I'm having the same issues with having to reset the settings each time.

there just is no way right now. it's proabably done on purpose so you don't accidentally bench at 1.65v and then forget and game for 5 hours.
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Should I maybe just turn off Anti-Surge on my Motherboard??

yes turn off any power saving or anti-surge protections
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there just is no way right now. it's proabably done on purpose so you don't accidentally bench at 1.65v and then forget and game for 5 hours.
yes turn off any power saving or anti-surge protections
Okay, think I must just have a bad card indeed. I've tried your values, I've tried values a tad less than yours and I've tried slightly higher values from stock, all of em restart my PC on the final Raymarch test frown.gif
And thats without increasing the clock for core or memory, just increased stuff using the tool, and I have skyn3ts bios. I also disabled anti-surge in the bios, that hasn't made any difference.
My head hurts.
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Ahh, I actually flashed to the one WITH Boost... Should I flash to the one without Boost then? There was two Bios's in the Rar so I went for the second.

I use without. Coelacanth is right. PWM will increase your voltage under load. This is usually only a tiny amount, less than a tic in the classy tool, but it will cause more heat as more power is being delivered. You should start low with PWM and work your way up. Every card responds differently and doesn't respond much or at all past a certain freq. and it does raise VRM temps a bit. PWM usually adds a couple speed bins (13 mhz increments) to a card at equal voltage. Great for stability enhancement.

Also know that your card under load will run 0.05 volts higher (or a little more). 1.25 is 1.3 under load. Please also know that GPU-Z will read this wrong and may even say your voltage is decreasing when it is not. A digital multimeter is the only way to accurately read this card.

Also, your card is temperature sensitive. While 95C may run at stock voltages, at voltages higher than stock, you have to go lower, sometimes considerably lower to achieve stability. Piling voltage onto this card to get a clock stable will get you nowhere on air.
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Okay, think I must just have a bad card indeed. I've tried your values, I've tried values a tad less than yours and I've tried slightly higher values from stock, all of em restart my PC on the final Raymarch test frown.gif
And thats without increasing the clock for core or memory, just increased stuff using the tool, and I have skyn3ts bios. I also disabled anti-surge in the bios, that hasn't made any difference.
My head hurts.

Increasing voltages without increasing your clocks can cause driver crashes.

Does your card run at stock?
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