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I finally figured out why.

I had AB start up with windows. As soon as that starts, it messes up the bios. As soon as I turned off AB from start up. Everything works as it supposed to.

I also figured out why I was getting the VREL.

I believe the driver is locked down to 1.274v VID. If you modify the bios beyond 1.274v, VREL will always be showing up, because the drivers don't call beyond 1.274v VID. But according to the BIOS, a higher VID is available. So VRel shows up saying it is limited by Voltage.

So in my case. I end up putting 1.275 in the Voltage Tables for all the 70s in the minimum. Maximum at 1.30v. Then I scale the rest of the table accordingly.

I've tested this all night last night and no more Vrel. It goes straight to 1544.5mhz without using AB and I checked the GPU with a dmm/voltage meter. I am getting 1.29v at 1544.5mhz
Edited by mbze430 - 9/16/15 at 12:17pm
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Hmm... How does this help though? The card will still down-clock if temps get too high @ certain OC and the card will remain at stable Boost @ all times as long as it has enough voltage, power, and stability?
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I am on water so my temp never exceed 60C @ 4k resolutions, so there is no clocking down. Air, no way it can do that type of voltage and MHz. it would have to be a super upper 80% ASIC to do 1500mhz @ maybe 1.19v or something.
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I am on water so my temp never exceed 60C @ 4k resolutions, so there is no clocking down. Air, no way it can do that type of voltage and MHz. it would have to be a super upper 80% ASIC to do 1500mhz @ maybe 1.19v or something.

I ran my G1 Gaming @ 1.3v just to bench and it didn't go over 75c..

71% ASIC
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yeah that's benching... I am talking about 4k GTA V max load on memory to 5GB, the highest I have seen in my rig at 1544mhz @ 1.3v running at 8000mhz mem-clock is around 60C.

AND did you do any vmod? because just changing the BIOS to 1.3v won't get you 1.3v you gotta lower the resistance to get above 1.274v on 1.274 VID
Edited by mbze430 - 9/21/15 at 6:37pm
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I am on air and run @ 1531/8000 MHZ 1.3v and 317W. Idle 27*C and under load after an hour of 4k gaming, 60*C, but never higher. 76% ASIC
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that's pretty strange because I have my BIOS capped at 390watts and the Power Limits runs close to 90% with 1.255v @ 1544/8000 according to GPU-Z and temp is about 57-58 running max'd out on GTA V with a 5690MB load.

But my ASIC on this particular card is 74.5% But I can't see why such a difference in temperature.

My replacement card should be here by Thursday... will look at the replacement card.
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So disabling boost and baking in the max stable clocks result in higher idle electricity consumption or heat?
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So disabling boost and baking in the max stable clocks result in higher idle electricity consumption or heat?

Nope, it will still go back to P5 and P8 profiles... so when it is idling it will use the low voltage and MHz setting in the table.
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Any official specs from Nvidia on safe max volts? Months of looking and I can't find anything
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