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post #771 of 865
I've asked around on a couple occasions, most seem to be in the 60's and 70's percentage range...here's mine biggrin.gif



GPU boost 2.0 took this card to 1443mhz without any OC. But I run it at 1590mhz / 1.275v with a modded BIOS...actually handles 1440p surprisingly well.
post #772 of 865
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I've asked around on a couple occasions, most seem to be in the 60's and 70's percentage range...here's mine biggrin.gif

GPU boost 2.0 took this card to 1443mhz without any OC. But I run it at 1590mhz / 1.275v with a modded BIOS...actually handles 1440p surprisingly well.

What's your GPU model? Damn, 92.6%....that's insane! I saw one guy on Reddit who had a 96% ASIC and it boosted to ~1490MHz out of the box.

Is 1590MHz the absolute most you can take it to? I'm thinking, since I do 1541MHz at stock voltage of 1.206v...I should be able to increase it 3 more clock cycles to about 1578MHz.

From 83% to 93%, you should have at least 3 clock cycles on me.
post #773 of 865
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Originally Posted by zipzop View Post

I've asked around on a couple occasions, most seem to be in the 60's and 70's percentage range...here's mine biggrin.gif

GPU boost 2.0 took this card to 1443mhz without any OC. But I run it at 1590mhz / 1.275v with a modded BIOS...actually handles 1440p surprisingly well.

Wait, your boost value is 1590MHz on the screenshot above. So surely the actual GPU Boost 2.0 value is higher in-game, no?

And how come your "default" boost is at 1506MHz?
post #774 of 865
I have the boost states removed in the BIOS and it's default to 1506mhz I believe. GPU-Z reads the OC value (+84) as the boost value value I guess?

And yeah I can't quite make 1600mhz work in the more demanding, power hungry games. Perhaps if I lifted the TDP / power limit over 180w, but meh. The card is the MSI 100-million-edition 2gb
post #775 of 865
So wait, GPU Boost 2.0 is 1443MHz at stock, and with a +84 OC it goes to 1590MHz? Doesn't quite add up. The difference between the two values is 147MHz.

For me, a +123MHz OC results in +123MHz GPU Boost 2.0 values. (1418 to 1541MHz).
post #776 of 865
Um if I remember correctly, GPU boost was 1443mhz in "gaming mode" and 1493mhz in "OC mode" using the MSI gaming app.....that was before any BIOS mods and no overclocking. That's just letting the MSI factory overclocks and Nvidia GPU boost 2.0 do its work. After BIOS modding to remove the factory boost clocks and setting TDP base clock to 1506mhz, I just added +84 on top of that to get 1590mhz
post #777 of 865
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Um if I remember correctly, GPU boost was 1443mhz in "gaming mode" and 1493mhz in "OC mode" using the MSI gaming app.....that was before any BIOS mods and no overclocking. That's just letting the MSI factory overclocks and Nvidia GPU boost 2.0 do its work. After BIOS modding to remove the factory boost clocks and setting TDP base clock to 1506mhz, I just added +84 on top of that to get 1590mhz

Not sure I quite follow you there. Never heard of someone considering the +84 the OC value. To me, I consider the OC the difference between the max GPU Boost 2.0 values. So if for you it's from 1493>1590, it'd be an OC of 97MHz.

So the MSI 100 million edition cards...they all got really high ASIC values? It's crazy you almost hit 1.5GHz out of the box. I thought me hitting 1.4GHz was pretty good already!
post #778 of 865
Wow, I did some calculations and from 83.0% to 92.6%, you get FOUR extra clock cycles!

GTX 960 SC: 1216/1278 (Base/Boost)

MSI 100ME: 1190/1253 (Base/Boost in Gaming Mode)

There is a difference of two clock cycles above. (One clock cycle is 12.5MHz).

You see a boost to 1443, I see a boost to 1418. Again, another two clock cycles.

So the total difference is four clock cycles, which means if both our cards are clocked at the exact same Base speeds, the actual GPU Boost values will differ by 50MHz.

Matches nicely with this: http://ocaholic.ch/modules/smartsection/item.php?itemid=3946
post #779 of 865
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Whoh, hard to do but finnaly broke GPU Pi 1B with 1711mhz core clock.
Link to my submission: http://hwbot.org/submission/3248807_
GTX 960 Windforce 2x(g1 gaming pcb version) 86.2% ASIC 300w modded bios with 1.4v seted on core.
Max gpu pi 1b clock was 1780mhz, tried 1800 but no chance on air.
if i will put 240mm aio on gpu and 2 120fans blowing on vram/mosfets will can go up to 1800?
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