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Sorry for asking the question here, but I have a similar observation as the OP and didn't feel like creating a separate thread for it.Flashing the skynet bios on my reference zotac 780ti turns the voltage all the way upto 1.212V and remains there,at full gpu load even if the card is not overclocked.There is no way to run the card at lower voltages for different clock speeds.Since I am on air, the reference cooler is not able to handle this voltage even at 100% fan speed and the temps reach 90°C .This has made me switch to the stock bios.How do people undervolt their card on the skynet bios?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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post #12 of 15
Just set Prefer maximum performance in nvidia control panel, this will make it so the card does not go below stock clocks on applications. You can always change it back and there's no harm in using it as long as you watch you temps
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Sorry for asking the question here, but I have a similar observation as the OP and didn't feel like creating a separate thread for it.Flashing the skynet bios on my reference zotac 780ti turns the voltage all the way upto 1.212V and remains there,at full gpu load even if the card is not overclocked.There is no way to run the card at lower voltages for different clock speeds.Since I am on air, the reference cooler is not able to handle this voltage even at 100% fan speed and the temps reach 90°C .This has made me switch to the stock bios.How do people undervolt their card on the skynet bios?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Not sure why this is. When I'm benching, I have to use Precision to up my voltage to 1.212v.

I played Metro LL for hours yesterday. Both of my Ti were running 1045 mhz and voltages were 1.05 and 1.062v during play.
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Right,I'm playing Fallout New Vegas which is not intensive, the voltage will drop accordingly.thanksSShln1
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Sorry for asking the question here, but I have a similar observation as the OP and didn't feel like creating a separate thread for it.Flashing the skynet bios on my reference zotac 780ti turns the voltage all the way upto 1.212V and remains there,at full gpu load even if the card is not overclocked.There is no way to run the card at lower voltages for different clock speeds.Since I am on air, the reference cooler is not able to handle this voltage even at 100% fan speed and the temps reach 90°C .This has made me switch to the stock bios.How do people undervolt their card on the skynet bios?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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90c on 1.212v with 100% fanspeed? There's no way in hell that's normal. The card should run more like, 60-65c at 100% with 1.212v BIOS and hefty OC.
If I was you i'd clean and repaste the card cause those temps are way too high.
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