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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.

Nope, not what I was asking mate. I want the card to run at default 1.180v in 3D mode, but when I increase the voltage I want it to go all the way to 1.28v instead of the default 1.25v..
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Nope, not what I was asking mate. I want the card to run at default 1.180v in 3D mode, but when I increase the voltage I want it to go all the way to 1.28v instead of the default 1.25v..

Do you mean in software? Or in the boost bins?
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Thanks for the reply wink.gif

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

This is how I modified my BIOS for this.

You have to open your BIOS using KeplerBiosTweaker127, go to the voltage table tab, adjust the sliders marked in the pic below and save the BIOS (at this point it doesn't really matter to what values you set it - just change them so they are saved).


Now you can open the BIOS using Maxwell tweaker and adjust the voltages like so:


I have done this a long time ago and I couldn't find my notes where I had written what each of these sliders do. However, this is from the BIOS I was using with my 980ti and the behavior was as you describe. I could use the slider to adjust voltage up to 1.281.

You could wait for looniam who is much more experienced with modding maxwell BIOS to confirm/deny this.

If you end up doing this please be careful with higher volts. I was on a full WC loop and still using 1500/7500@1.243 as my 24/7 settings. Only went to higher voltages for benching (could do 1570/8000@1.281 - but not very stable)
Edited by Lefty23 - 4/30/17 at 11:55pm
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^ that's right.

btw, @keenan my fault for not looking sooner but that bios you post has the boost limit in the common tab:



i can do something with it later as i am walking out the door to work ATM.
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This is how I modified my BIOS for this.

You have to open your BIOS using KeplerBiosTweaker127, go to the voltage table tab, adjust the sliders marked in the pic below and save the BIOS (at this point it doesn't really matter to what values you set it - just change them so they are saved).


Now you can open the BIOS using Maxwell tweaker and adjust the voltages like so:


I have done this a long time ago and I couldn't find my notes where I had written what each of these sliders do. However, this is from the BIOS I was using with my 980ti and the behavior was as you describe. I could use the slider to adjust voltage up to 1.281.

You could wait for looniam who is much more experienced with modding maxwell BIOS to confirm/deny this.

If you end up doing this please be careful with higher volts. I was on a full WC loop and still using 1500/7500@1.243 as my 24/7 settings. Only went to higher voltages for benching (could do 1570/8000@1.281 - but not very stable)

Thanks for the thorough bit of info.

I followed this advice, but now my card is stuck at 1.180v. Moving the voltage slider in AB has no effect at all..

It seems to work if I don't disable boost, but then the voltage automatically jumps to 1.243v.

I must be doing something wrong..
Edited by keenan - 5/1/17 at 6:22am
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^ that's right.

btw, @keenan my fault for not looking sooner but that bios you post has the boost limit in the common tab:



i can do something with it later as i am walking out the door to work ATM.

Thanks looniam smile.gif
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Thanks looniam smile.gif

ok should be MAX voltage of 1.271 and i hope boost voltage is 1.212 (could be down 6mv or up 12mv).
stockedit1275voltage.zip 147k .zip file

also AB may read it as 1.268 since the driver reports the voltage which can error, but it will be 1.271 with the voltage slider in AB set to MAX (could be +48 or +54). oh yeah . .after burner . . . reminds me; if it doesn't seem to adjust the voltage (w/boost starting at ~1.212 and adjustable to 1.271)shut down AB and try deleting the profile:

C:\Program Files (x86)\MSI Afterburner\Profiles\VEN_10DE&DEV{whatever}.cfg

and you may need to reinstall the drivers (DDU isn't really necessary) to straighten out the voltage reading(s). but it's not all that often those need done.

try GPU-Z and use the render test ( that "?" next to PCI gen speed) and then click on the sensors tab to let me know (take a screen shot) if it boosts to 1455 (that would be CLK59). then as the render test is still running, slowly up the voltage in 6mv steps but it will probably every 12mv to 18mv will register a voltage increase and see a 13mhz increase in clock speed (a boost bin).

when you hit max voltage on the slider take another screen shot of sensors tab GPU-Z. IF clock speed does start at 1455 it ought to be ~1493 or 1506 by just increasing the voltage.

so yeah, two screen shots of GPU-Z please; just the render test with nothing adjusted then with only voltage max.

and insert disclaimer of "i am not responsible if people find you more attractive after you flash your card" here.

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ok should be MAX voltage of 1.271 and i hope boost voltage is 1.212 (could be down 6mv or up 12mv).
stockedit1275voltage.zip 147k .zip file

Hi looniam

Thanks for your effort with the bios.

It works perfect apart from the boost voltage at stock being to high.

Here's the screenshot without any changes in AfterBurner..

As you can see the boost voltage 1.243v without any added. Is it possible to make it 1.2v give or take a few?





Here's the screenshot with the voltage slider in AfterBurner maxed out..


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do you guys think I can get decent frames witha 980ti and the benq 32' 4k monitor? I play mostly battlegrounds and forza
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ok should be MAX voltage of 1.271 and i hope boost voltage is 1.212 (could be down 6mv or up 12mv).
stockedit1275voltage.zip 147k .zip file

Hi looniam

Thanks for your effort with the bios.

It works perfect apart from the boost voltage at stock being to high.
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Here's the screenshot without any changes in AfterBurner..

As you can see the boost voltage 1.243v without any added. Is it possible to make it 1.2v give or take a few?





Here's the screenshot with the voltage slider in AfterBurner maxed out..


ok sorry. to be honest, i didn't expect the boost voltage to be so high. i guess you have a lower ASIC card( ~67%?).

here is what i did now w/yellow highlighter (on the right):


that is the voltage slider that controls the boost voltage; lower ASIC chips will want more but that ought to lower it. though sometimes a card doesn't always behave as expected. sometimes i've lowered the boost voltage but then suddenly i couldn't get up to 1.275 so it was a little frustrating getting to work out. if it still doesn't go lower enough (~1.212), try moving the highlighted slider a little lower, a notch or two, and see what happens.

is this sorta making sense?
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