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Try +100-150.

Afterburner goes up to 100. Even +100 on 1200 it doesn't seem to be enough I still get some artifacting, not as much but I completed the heaven bench and only gained 10 points.
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Afterburner goes up to 100. Even +100 on 1200 it doesn't seem to be enough I still get some artifacting, not as much but I completed the heaven bench and only gained 10 points.

BIOS modding is the best way for extra voltage, or you can use some crappy software like Trixxx that allows +200mV.
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BIOS modding is the best way for extra voltage, or you can use some crappy software like Trixxx that allows +200mV.

Eh, I don't really care that much now. I'll sell it once the new cards come out anyway.
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shameless copy paste but it is a calling to arms



jump on this will ya!!!!!

http://www.overclock.net/t/1586140/3d-fanboy-competition-2016-nvidia-vs-amd/250_50#post_24886638


lets do it come on
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Which should be turned on first? Be nice if you can turn them on exactly same time like you do with an adapter.

Jump from green on the 24pin to black on 24 pin of the same connector. You will need a sep power cord to the extra PSU. When you plug it in it will power on. I usually power on the auxillary PSU first, then turn the PC on and the extra GPU will have power when it boots to register for BIOS. Should pick it right up, I've never had a problem with this.

You can use something simple like a paper clip to jump between the green and black wires on the connector, super easy. thumb.gif
     
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You can use something simple like a paper clip to jump between the green and black wires on the connector, super easy. thumb.gif

I'm sure this should work and all but taking a paperclip to a live PSU to turn it on sounds like something that could get someone a darwin award if not done right ^^;;
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I'm sure this should work and all but taking a paperclip to a live PSU to turn it on sounds like something that could get someone a darwin award if not done right ^^;;
This was a common practice among miners. It's only a 12v trigger, not a powered feed from the wall. It's not dangerous, nor does it even do anything if you short it against a wall of the case. I understand the concern, but in this case, there's nothing to fear. I've done it probably thirty times in the last three years.
     
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This was a common practice among miners. It's only a 12v trigger, not a powered feed from the wall. It's not dangerous, nor does it even do anything if you short it against a wall of the case. I understand the concern, but in this case, there's nothing to fear. I've done it probably thirty times in the last three years.

hehe, oh i know it will work fine but i'm more concerned with any individuals who might short the wrong sections of the live psu ^.^ i keep envisioning someone taking a fork to a wallsocket haha.
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hehe, oh i know it will work fine but i'm more concerned with any individuals who might short the wrong sections of the live psu ^.^ i keep envisioning someone taking a fork to a wallsocket haha.

Well, yeah. If they would stick a paper clip into the red wire and then the black and plug it in something will likely pop. I'm assuming he's not color blind, haha... Honestly, the green is easy to pick out an there's black wires on the same side. Its kinda hard to screw it up TBH. Take a look and you'll see what I mean. biggrin.gif
     
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Originally Posted by Stige View Post

It doesn't matter which one is turned on first. Just wire the wires needed from your PC to the second PSU and should work just fine. And turn on at the same time.

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Jump from green on the 24pin to black on 24 pin of the same connector. You will need a sep power cord to the extra PSU. When you plug it in it will power on. I usually power on the auxillary PSU first, then turn the PC on and the extra GPU will have power when it boots to register for BIOS. Should pick it right up, I've never had a problem with this.

You can use something simple like a paper clip to jump between the green and black wires on the connector, super easy. thumb.gif

I know about jumping the green and the black. i use an adapter that came with my evga psu to power my water pump when filling the loop.

so, either turn them on at same time or auxiliary first (the psu that only powering the secondary gpu).
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