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post #2621 of 4038
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Originally Posted by Evil-Mobo View Post

I have no clue, this is all very new to me. I'm just happy I haven't broken anything lol. biggrin.gif
It's very nerve racking at first but rewarding in the end. Push the core as far as u can on its own then reset it to factory then push the memory as far as u can and then once u know both max oc u can apply them both and slowly down clock both if they don't run stable together.
Memory isn't that important anyway so your better off easing it back so u can push the core. That's where the real fps gains are.

Good luck!!!
post #2622 of 4038
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Originally Posted by Tuckers View Post

It's very nerve racking at first but rewarding in the end. Push the core as far as u can on its own then reset it to factory then push the memory as far as u can and then once u know both max oc u can apply them both and slowly down clock both if they don't run stable together.
Memory isn't that important anyway so your better off easing it back so u can push the core. That's where the real fps gains are.

Good luck!!!

Thanks tinkering with my 6700K a bit now.
post #2623 of 4038
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Originally Posted by Evil-Mobo View Post

Thanks tinkering with my 6700K a bit now.

Out of curiosity I checked my ASIC score and it was 69.6%
post #2624 of 4038
Ok guys, after over clocking my CPU a bit I was able to mess with the GPU some more and tweak it and the results surprised me but I broke 1500mHz biggrin.gif

Here's the fire strike score I got which has been my highest so far:
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/6340106



i7 6700K @ 4.6 and GTX 980 Ti HOF @ 1501/3829 memory

So in MSI afterburner I am running the power level to 110%, +109 on the core, and +325 on the memory. I actually had to work my way to 325 on the memory for this clock setting to get it stable, going down heaven would just crash faster.

Thanks to all who have helped today. Now I'm anxious to see what she will do later under water. thumb.gif
post #2625 of 4038
Hello all!

I own a video card GTX 970 HOF

I have a questions for you:
1) The voltage is independent of the video BIOS settings and can be corrected only through the NVVDD HOF program. Is it possible to lower the voltage, by editing the BIOS on the card series HOF? If so, in what parametrs. If not, are there other possibilities undervoltage without running every time NVVDD Hof? (Default voltage chip 1.26 and the temperature 79 degrees. But in the same mode the card works successfully at 1.22 with a temperature of 73 degrees.)
2) Is it possible to flash a bios from the other (current - a "first" need to flash the "second", for example, when the "second" can not run the card). What I need to do? (I use nvflash) Voltage (Click to show)
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+10mv NVVDD is default setting for GTX 970 HOF
post #2626 of 4038

Finally got round to adding my pic
Edited by Tuckers - 10/29/15 at 4:02am
post #2627 of 4038
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Originally Posted by Evil-Mobo View Post

Ok guys, after over clocking my CPU a bit I was able to mess with the GPU some more and tweak it and the results surprised me but I broke 1500mHz biggrin.gif

Here's the fire strike score I got which has been my highest so far:
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/6340106



i7 6700K @ 4.6 and GTX 980 Ti HOF @ 1501/3829 memory

So in MSI afterburner I am running the power level to 110%, +109 on the core, and +325 on the memory. I actually had to work my way to 325 on the memory for this clock setting to get it stable, going down heaven would just crash faster.

Thanks to all who have helped today. Now I'm anxious to see what she will do later under water. thumb.gif
nice work. i had a real quick play around with my sli setup and i could only get +63 on the core at 1455mhz, anything more and heaven would crash frown.gif. 1 card hits the voltage limit all the time so must be that one holding the oc back.
post #2628 of 4038
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Originally Posted by Tuckers View Post

nice work. i had a real quick play around with my sli setup and i could only get +63 on the core at 1455mhz, anything more and heaven would crash frown.gif. 1 card hits the voltage limit all the time so must be that one holding the oc back.

I'm messing around more still. Just confused on the memory clock seems there are two camps, one that feels you lower it to get higher core clocks, and the other that feels you should have the memory clock at the highest it will run stable at with a core clock that is to your liking.......

Doing some very newb and non scientific testing so far when pushing the core clock I have found the memory clock to not really make a huge difference on whether or not the card crashes running heaven.
post #2629 of 4038
Looks like I have to start testing cards more separately.
Now cards havent crashed to desktop while running -10MHz on core, but randomly screen just goes black and games run fine at back ground. At this -10MHz setting in GPUgrid is running 1420MHz@1.2V and 1470MHz@1.21V (software voltages) and havent got errors in 24 hours.
post #2630 of 4038
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Originally Posted by WR-HW95 View Post

Looks like I have to start testing cards more separately.
Now cards havent crashed to desktop while running -10MHz on core, but randomly screen just goes black and games run fine at back ground. At this -10MHz setting in GPUgrid is running 1420MHz@1.2V and 1470MHz@1.21V (software voltages) and havent got errors in 24 hours.
U running sli?
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