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Does "force constant voltage" help in trixx?

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I have my overclock on my 7950 dual-x for now at 1170/1550 @ 1.25v. If i tick this option could i maybe get a higher core clock out of it as i can't try with something like 1180 cause it will artifact(That is after 10 minutes of gaming or so). Could it work? Anyone got experience on that?
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Add .25 at a time until you get no artifacts at the clock you are attempting .... if you max the voltage and still have artifacts you found yer core limit .... if you lock up at max voltage back off the core until yer stable and then try and drop some volts if you can .... it's both fun and frustrating but part of the tuning process.

As you raise the core clock it requires additional power to run the clock -- voltage = power. thumb.gif

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Force constant voltage doesn't do anything. At load you will still have vdroop.
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Originally Posted by Bartouille View Post

Force constant voltage doesn't do anything. At load you will still have vdroop.
Not with the right bios. wink.gif

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