Originally Posted by johnd0e
What voltage are you running at? If your at at stock volts you might just need to drop down to the 1.18v range. This can easily drop you temps and let you increase mhz.
It runs at 1.2112 according to the readout in Afterburner. I do have +30mV offset which, at one point, increased stability for the core overclock. The problem is when I remove the +30mV offset, the boost downclocks to 1479MHz from 1493MHz in the middle of the test. I think this is related to the way my boost fluctuates from 1404 and 1418MHz without an overclock (my core offset is +75).
Also, I have not had much luck using the classified voltage tuner to set static voltages (perhaps that's not how it works for maxwell, it seemed to work that way for my 780 classified). I don't have the time right now to dig into the BIOS editor and learn how to use it. It will have to wait until the weekends or later in August when I finish my summer grad school courses.