Originally Posted by mycastlex
get the afterburner 188.8.131.52 SE (designed for lightning) version for +100mv, 109%PT
try defult normal bios, it's much more stable than others,
Also I'm trying the 326.80 beta driver atm.
mine is set at +200Mhz core(boosts to ~1300) and +200Mhz memory, so far no crush, however some games are just not optimized for the current drivers, you can check the nvdia beta driver feedbacks for more info https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/573374/geforce-drivers/official-nvidia-326-80-beta-display-driver-feedback-thread-released-8-20-13-/
other bios i have tried that can bench higher but won't even stable at ~1250mhz core for gaming, including the defult ln2 bios. It seems ln2 bios requires more voltage with the same settings anyone notice that?
That is not so strange , since the LN2 bios has lower default base clock and boost clock.
so you need to add more offsets to get to the final number,
anyways ,I don't understand why you guys not tweak the LN2 bios in kepler bios tweaker tool.
it is now set to a variable voltage setting on default .
everything in my book says that is wrong for overclock.
I would tweak the clocks and max boost limit higher then default, and set fixed voltage settings for P00 and P02 directly in bios..
I have a feeling that even with boost disabled , it is still dropping voltages because of the bios variable setting.
you need fixed values in bios for stability.
but that's my opinion.
I also want to buy that svet's vbios tuner , so I can set a power target myself in bios .
im curious if that tool is good.