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post #191 of 311
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Originally Posted by blaze2210 View Post

You have to go into the Settings in Afterburner and check the "Unlock voltage control" box for that. These are additional sliders in the BIOS, not AB. thumb.gif

I know that! lol

I should of explained better. . .

I meant will this give voltage control to the memory?
post #192 of 311
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Originally Posted by scoobied77 View Post

I know that! lol

I should of explained better. . .

I meant will this give voltage control to the memory?

Nope, no memory voltage control in AB.
post #193 of 311
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Originally Posted by scoobied77 View Post

I know that! lol

I should of explained better. . .

I meant will this give voltage control to the memory?

We don't know yet smile.gif

Need experimentesters!

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post #194 of 311
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Wow, no results yet of the new sliders?
NOBODY has played with all these new goodies yet?
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post #195 of 311
hello, I excuse my English I'm from Barcelona and I can hardly something.

Can you help me?

I do not understand much about it, but I tell my case to see if you can give me some light on the matter, I would be very grateful.

I have an SLI configuration with 2 Gtx980 you Strix 6gb Ocdirect II as it is:

https://tpucdn.com/reviews/ASUS/GTX_980_Ti_STRIX_Gaming/images/pressshot.jpg

One has bios and other xx.xx.xx.xx.81 and xx.xx.xx.2b.

The problem is that the two have different operating voltages, when I play from 65 degrees, NvidiaBoost begins to stoop speed -13hz scales. Can you help me to keep this from happening?

I have all the riding with air cooling system, so neither wanted nor do much more tension OC ends, probably with the tension of origin could help 1450Mhz synchronous speeds in the 2 gpu's?
post #196 of 311
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Originally Posted by murenitu View Post

hello, I excuse my English I'm from Barcelona and I can hardly something.

Can you help me?

I do not understand much about it, but I tell my case to see if you can give me some light on the matter, I would be very grateful.

I have an SLI configuration with 2 Gtx980 you Strix 6gb Ocdirect II as it is:

https://tpucdn.com/reviews/ASUS/GTX_980_Ti_STRIX_Gaming/images/pressshot.jpg

One has bios and other xx.xx.xx.xx.81 and xx.xx.xx.2b.

The problem is that the two have different operating voltages, when I play from 65 degrees, NvidiaBoost begins to stoop speed -13hz scales. Can you help me to keep this from happening?

I have all the riding with air cooling system, so neither wanted nor do much more tension OC ends, probably with the tension of origin could help 1450Mhz synchronous speeds in the 2 gpu's?

I'm not sure I understood all of that but here is a link that explains how you can extract your BIOS and modify it to unlock the sliders.

You should then take that BIOS and get some advice from the Strix owner's club. I am only familiar with Gigabyte cards.
GL!
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post #198 of 311
DeathAngel 74 not understood very well what you put, but 1,600 voltages do not dare to change the bios.
and EVGA least I have an Asus OC Strix 980ti
post #199 of 311
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Originally Posted by murenitu View Post

DeathAngel 74 not understood very well what you put, but 1,600 voltages do not dare to change the bios.
and EVGA least I have an Asus OC Strix 980ti

There are voltages in the stock BIOS that are set with 1600mv as the max. That does not mean that the card will get 1600mv, since there are other parts of the BIOS that would limit the voltage delivery to the GPU. I hope this helps clarify this a little for you. thumb.gif
post #200 of 311
The bios works well. There is slight throttling during benchmarks, but I don't think it will go away completely. Now it only dips into 1493-1506-1518, then settles at 1531. All the scores are better now compared to May when I was using a 1569mhz bios. I set what I thought was appropriate due to the new sliders being grouped together with the other ones.All the usual benchmarks passed, even Heaven scene 9-10( the dreaded dragon scene). More importantly, my games don't throttle.
     
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