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Huge upgrade... Don't say... smile.gif
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hey, can anyone quote their max fan rpm. I mean my bios max is 3350 rpm( EVGA sc+). I just wanna know as I believe that maybe others have higher values.
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hey, can anyone quote their max fan rpm. I mean my bios max is 3350 rpm( EVGA sc+). I just wanna know as I believe that maybe others have higher values.
different fans (vendors/sizes) will have different max fans speeds.

with that said, i haven't screwed around the max rpms on my SC+ since i went water BUT my old 980ti classy was ~3500rpms but an XOC bios released for it that put the max ~3650(?).
so yeah you may have some headroom; so consider trying 3450 and see if it reads out in AB/GPU-Z. just remember to adjust the far right column both top and bottom most entries:



also if you want to lose the idle off and use/flash a very aggressive curve . . .

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thx. i tried 4400 the other day. it was very noisy to i returned back to my stock 3350. my temps vary around 70c on 100% so i was just trying to find the sweet spot between silent fan max speed and lowest temps.
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4400?!?!?

OMG it could have blown up and set the house on fire!





j/k biggrin.gif

seriously, i am a bit surprised it went that high . . maybe i need to brush up on PMW fans more. . redface.gif
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exactly..it was like a fringin jet engine in my room, and the sad part being it only brought about a temp drop of 3c. i mean i was hovering around 70 before and at 4400 i was at 67. so rightly so i came back to 3350 and our dear old friendly 70c. tongue.gif
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Hi guys,

A quick question for the clever ones among you.. smile.gif

I am trying to edit my bios to disable boost and just set my max stable clocks. Now, everywhere I have read, it says I also need to edit my boost table so the my max stable clock is shown in "position" 74 in the table section like here...





However, no matter what I do my card always runs at the clock in "position" 59.

Is there something I'm doing wrong?

Here's my bios if anyone wants to have a look..

stockedit.zip 147k .zip file
Edited by keenan - 4/30/17 at 1:15pm
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you're fine.
long story short; the chip's ASIC (default voltage it likes), voltage table and boost table work together for it's boost clock. since every chip's ASIC % is different it will hit different "sweet spots" in the boost table.

you can adjust the slider to have the desired clock speed @ the "sweet spot" (CLK entry). however adjusting/modding the voltage may sent the chip to look for max clock speed (CLK74). then adjust the voltages above the max allowed for the min in the voltage table past the sweet spot.

OR i have run accross a few bios where the max clock speed allowed was on the first tab.


my spot is CLK 59 (1342 - good enough for gaming @1080) but if i max the voltage i set to allow in my bios (1.28 for benching) it will fly up to (CLK74) 1531 which is never been stable so i set 1468 max in the common tab (then try creeping up clock speed in AB).

no idea how i got that when i noticed it . . . redface.gif
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you're fine.
long story short; the chip's ASIC (default voltage it likes), voltage table and boost table work together for it's boost clock. since every chip's ASIC % is different it will hit different "sweet spots" in the boost table.

you can adjust the slider to have the desired clock speed @ the "sweet spot" (CLK entry). however adjusting/modding the voltage may sent the chip to look for max clock speed (CLK74). then adjust the voltages above the max allowed for the min in the voltage table past the sweet spot.

OR i have run accross a few bios where the max clock speed allowed was on the first tab.


my spot is CLK 59 (1342 - good enough for gaming @1080) but if i max the voltage i set to allow in my bios (1.28 for benching) it will fly up to (CLK74) 1531 which is never been stable so i set 1468 max in the common tab (then try creeping up clock speed in AB).

no idea how i got that when i noticed it . . . redface.gif

Thanks for the reply wink.gif

How do I unlock 1.28v without forcing it all the time?
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Thanks for the reply wink.gif

How do I unlock 1.28v without forcing it all the time?

When there's no load on the GPU it should automatically downclock as well as reduce voltages -- although overclocking software might be able to override this behavior.
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