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post #11 of 23
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Well, it doesn't or at least none of the apps report accurate clock of 1254.5Mhz... GPU-Z, nVidia Inspector, and Precision X - all report clock AROUND 1254.5Mhz but not 1254.5Mhz exactly. LMAO. That is a pretty big failure on EVGA's part...
post #12 of 23
Nothing to do with EVGA, it is an Nvidia GPU core at play here.
post #13 of 23
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Well, ASUS created GPU-Tweak that CAN set exact clocks, but EVGA couldn't do the same...
post #14 of 23
Well you are also the same guy who blamed the card here:
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Originally Posted by MonarchX View Post

OK, here come problems... So I spent hours running Unigine Heaven, Valley, played some games - all was fine. Then I launched Shadow Warrior, which is quite intensive. Within a few minutes my card throttled to 549Mhz!!! It didn't hit any of the temp or power limits, there were no artifacts, and there was no TDR stuttering. It just went to 549Mhz for no damn reason. Why did it throttle? It wasn't even at 70C and didn't even get close to 93% TDP. I wonder if its a part of TDR, which I can disable with TDR Manipulator.

But if it just can't handle 1254Mhz OC at 69C, then I am going to purposely fry it and RMA this POFS.

and is going to unethically RMA it so I can't help you much here.
post #15 of 23
Thread Starter 
Those are 2 entirely different issues. I haven't done anything unethical yet. I am just frustrated that I can't even set a proper OC using several programs, internet & OCN at my disposal, Skyn3t BIOS, etc. Crazy! I mean really - its one of the simplest things out there and yet it cannot be done with EVGA Precision X. I hope their 5.0 release will have that feature, but probably not.
post #16 of 23
You are on air and expecting that high an overclock is unreasonable for GK110. Some do, some don't. What happens if you dial it down to 1200 MHz?
post #17 of 23
Thread Starter 
In THIS thread, I was talking about using a set clock using 13Mhz intervals. Regardless of the clock, using precise 13Mhz is NOT possible with EVGA Precision X, be it 1254.5Mhz or anything higher or low in 13Mhz intervals. I will have to download and use ASUS GPU Tweak to properly set accurate clocks, then save them, open EVGA Precision X, which would load current settings, including the accurate clocks set in ASUS GPU Tweak, and then re-save that state with Precision X... if you know what I mean!
post #18 of 23
While that is weird, that does not happen to me. That's why I was asking if this was similar with clocks around 1200 MHz or lower. After a certain temperature, GK110 fluctuates a lot. So even if GPU Tweak is telling you it is setting said clocks, it may well not be the actual case.
post #19 of 23
Can you go and tell Unwinder this.. point him to this thread and ask him why the tools he (effectively) created can't do it. I just want to see the reaction...
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post #20 of 23
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AFAIK, he gets very frustrated. I know my GTX 680 would ONLY go by 13Mhz intervals, but this card and Precision X goes by 1Mhz increments, not 13.
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