Originally Posted by CroakV
Uninstall Thunder Master. Nuke it. Expunge it from your system. Sweep your drivers. Re-install drivers. Then install EVGA Precision X instead of Thunder Master.
Allright, I'll do that. At least EVGA X lets me tweak the voltages. No idea why I cannot unlock voltage control in MSI AB.
The question is though...what driver should I use? .82 or .93?
Originally Posted by Koniakki
As we discussed before I don't believe the PTM is really giving you 1.21v. It just supports 1.21v imo.
And if I understand correct you are on stock Bios so I believe you are giving the card 1.187-1.20v at most.
So imo you are trying to run it with 1.187-1.2v on those clocks which is a bit high. So you have to lower the clocks and up the fan a bit or flash a custom bios.
If lowering the clocks to 1215-1228Mhz or flashing a custom bios doesnt solve it as you said you were running fine, the either clean every driver, temps(ccleaner, DDU) etc or start fresh.
You are quite right there regarding the voltage. EVGA never says anything about 1.2 or so, just the usual 1.187.
I guess it's time to try flashing the BIOS if my luck with upping the voltage with this custom BIOS fails.
You spoke of the fan, but like I previously said, the card never ever goes above 74-75 degrees (fans at 80%).