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here is a run at lower volts at the magic 1500/8000 at 1.26 volts instead of my max at 1556/8280 at 1.275

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ewww no, lol Samsung
     
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I did learn the other day that they Hynix memory runs at 1.6v instead of 1.5v like the Elipida and Samsung. At least....I heard it from a source that I would call reliable.

Would memory pushing that much voltage raise the power draw enough to make a GPU hit a power limit perf cap even at like 300 watts?

EDIT: I don't remember what memory he has on his GPU though..... I have Elpida.

Going by standard Ram wattage- NON VRam. I would say no. DDR does not use very much wattage at all.
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I did a run earlier tonight testing some more settings. 1591 on the core, and 2080 on the memory.

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Originally Posted by Xeno1 View Post

Going by standard Ram wattage- NON VRam. I would say no. DDR does not use very much wattage at all.

Hmm....back to square one again.

Is your SSC+ card having power limit issues too? What are your settings in your bios?
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Originally Posted by Hequaqua View Post



1560/8200:

I am seeing a definite correlation between ASIC and Max stable GPU clocks. I am 65% and I cannot get over 1540-1548 stable. And i never hit a PERFCAP wattage issue.
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Originally Posted by Xeno1 View Post

here is a run at lower volts at the magic 1500/8000 at 1.26 volts instead of my max at 1556/8280 at 1.275



We look fairly even. What is your ASIC?
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
1506/8000 @1.225v


1506/8000 @1.218v:

EDIT: Voltage wise yea. It seems my card can hold the OC at a lower voltage a little better.
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post #20048 of 26262
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Hmm....back to square one again.

Is your SSC+ card having power limit issues too? What are your settings in your bios?

I have never had Power issue. I have max wattage set to 300 watts. 75 on the PCIE 75 on my 6 pin and 150 on my 8 pin.
And my PSU only has 444 Total on the 12 v rails. And my Cpu OC at 3.9 at Max load uses nearly 150 watts.

I am nearly certain that my Issue is a below average- average GPU chip. And the I THINK idea that my card/chip will not allow more than 1.275 volts.

I think that maybe something on his card is no allowing the Wattage he thinks hes getting, and is being reported by software. There is something on that card, be it the power phases or some "wattage regulator" that is not allowing him get the wattage he is trying to force through those cables. I understand you can send more watts through 6 pins and 8 pins than what they are supposed to send. Something on the card is " not haveing it". Its saying I wont allow that, no matter what you have set your Bios to. Just a guess
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Originally Posted by Hequaqua View Post

We look fairly even. What is your ASIC?
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
1506/8000 @1.225v


1506/8000 @1.218v:

EDIT: Voltage wise yea. It seems my card can hold the OC at a lower voltage a little better.

Only 65. It seems that with Maxwell the ASIC score means alot. And its accurate indicator of what it is supposed to be
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I have never had Power issue. I have max wattage set to 300 watts. 75 on the PCIE 75 on my 6 pin and 150 on my 8 pin.
And my PSU only has 444 Total on the 12 v rails. And my Cpu OC at 3.9 at Max load uses nearly 150 watts.

I am nearly certain that my Issue is a below average- average GPU chip. And the I THINK idea that my card/chip will not allow more than 1.275 volts.

I think that maybe something on his card is no allowing the Wattage he thinks hes getting, and is being reported by software. There is something on that card, be it the power phases or some "wattage regulator" that is not allowing him get the wattage he is trying to force through those cables. I understand you can send more watts through 6 pins and 8 pins than what they are supposed to send. Something on the card is " not haveing it". Its saying I wont allow that, no matter what you have set your Bios to. Just a guess

Right...and I get what you're saying, but. His was the ACX 2.0 card, just like mine, and mine will run the higher watts without a problem, just as the guy I helped last week on Facebook with the ACX 2.0 SC. I set his bios up with a 310 watt power limit just like mine has, and bam...power limit issue gone.

I do know that if I set my power limits in the bios to under 293 watts, I get a PWR perf cap. /shrug I just can't imagine a scenario where EVGA would put different parts on cards with the same pcb, coming off the same line, to restrict them further than another. It just wouldn't make good business sense.
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