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I have been using Skyn3t bios on my GIGABYTE GV-N78TOC-3GD before, to see how far I can go on air and the 1.212v unlocked. Played with it for a while and flashed back to factory bios.
Today I decided to flash back to Skyn3t bios but can not get that 1.212v unlocked voltage. GPU-z and AB showed max 1.0870 v. Uninstalled/re-installed driver (334.89) GPU-Z and AB, cleaned registry.....etc. I don't really like re-flashing so often but I did just in case something went wrong. Still getting only 1.0870 v max.
As I said everything worked just fine some weeks ago but not this time. Any idea why is that happening? Is it a limitation of the new driver 334.89? Anything wrong with ma card?
THANKS
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@TobbbeSWE

Nice thumb.gif

Btw the values of offset are in hex. Max value is 1F, not 20
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I can't verify any success with greater voltages using offsets. Has anyone using the voltage offset method gained any overclocking headroom (stable)? I can't believe a card that will stay stable at 1385 (some artifacting in TR/Heaven) at 1.212v wouldn't have any voltage headroom, but I can't say it isn't possible either. The current solution behaves exactly the same as the "broken" AB implementation.

thumb.gif

I can solder a pot on to verify this, but I would rather not go to that extent just yet if there is a viable software control solution.

The fact that you get artifacts at stock points to another issue..
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The fact that you get artifacts at stock points to another issue..

I never said that, or I don't understand what you mean by "stock points." It will only start artifacting around 1360. I can induce artifacts using the voltage offset or LLC at lower clocks where it is normally stable at any voltage under 1.212v, indicating that either (1) the voltage control solution is ineffective/causing other issues or (2) the chip will not tolerate any voltage above 1.212v. The effect is immediate once this threshold is passed, suggesting that there is another issue. Soldering a pot on and testing that way could confirm this, but I'm not yet feeling like tearing everything down again.
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@TobbbeSWE

Nice thumb.gif

Btw the values of offset are in hex. Max value is 1F, not 20
The fact that you get artifacts at stock points to another issue..

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I never said that, or I don't understand what you mean by "stock points." It will only start artifacting around 1360. I can induce artifacts using the voltage offset or LLC at lower clocks where it is normally stable at any voltage under 1.212v, indicating that either (1) the voltage control solution is ineffective/causing other issues or (2) the chip will not tolerate any voltage above 1.212v. The effect is immediate once this threshold is passed, suggesting that there is another issue. Soldering a pot on and testing that way could confirm this, but I'm not yet feeling like tearing everything down again.

I think it's supposed to be "at stock clocks is pointing to another issue.
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I never said that, or I don't understand what you mean by "stock points." It will only start artifacting around 1360. I can induce artifacts using the voltage offset or LLC at lower clocks where it is normally stable at any voltage under 1.212v, indicating that either (1) the voltage control solution is ineffective/causing other issues or (2) the chip will not tolerate any voltage above 1.212v. The effect is immediate once this threshold is passed, suggesting that there is another issue. Soldering a pot on and testing that way could confirm this, but I'm not yet feeling like tearing everything down again.

Sorry i meant voltages, lol autocorrect.

Anyways what is your ASIC quality?
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Sorry i meant voltages, lol autocorrect.

Anyways what is your ASIC quality?

ASIC is 69.2%
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ASIC is 69.2%
Mine are 76,1% and 76,5
    
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@agent-a01

We have all been through this already. Your method is slightly different but still the same out come in the end. My card was stable at 1.35v and stock clocks but as soon as I tried to push my card higher all hell broke loose.

I can do 1435mhz with 1.212v on a cold day.

With AB set to 1.35v I got horrible artifacts and hard locked in heaven @ 1335mhz

With precision set to 1.212v I get very minor artifacts in heaven @ 1335mhz



Please show me some proof that your card is able to overclock higher with added voltage.
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@agent-a01

We have all been through this already. Your method is slightly different but still the same out come in the end. My card was stable at 1.35v and stock clocks but as soon as I tried to push my card higher all hell broke loose.

I can do 1435mhz with 1.212v on a cold day.

With AB set to 1.35v I got horrible artifacts and hard locked in heaven @ 1335mhz

With precision set to 1.212v I get very minor artifacts in heaven @ 1335mhz



Please show me some proof that your card is able to overclock higher with added voltage.
What hardware are you using? 1435mhz on a cold day is amazing on 1.212V
    
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Hardware is in my signature. Its a Nvidia review card. 780ti reference. I use PrecisionX and Skyn3t vBios. Core clock is 1435mhz and voltage is 1.212. I scored 91fps in Valley. Lots of artifacts during the run but it passed without a crash. I run 1325mhz 24/7 @ 1.212v for all my intense gaming.
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