Originally Posted by Sphere07
The trip point of 68c, what does that do when it's reached?
I believe it starts throttling to an extent, perhaps to where you can't even really see it if your BIOS is setup to only give certain clocks rather then multiple clocks which would enable it to switch to the lower clocks. I think it starts throttling it power wise to the chip set perhaps. I would have to work with an engineer that has directly helped do the schematics for these things to know more or start dissembling mine myself which I don't have time to do.
I wish I had more information but unfortunately I don't. I can only guess based on my electrical testing experience.
Originally Posted by stbdudu
Did anybody tested, what is the lowest Aux Voltage offset below -100mV before the card will crash?
Of course you need use ArtMonkey to go below -100mV (limited in Afterburner GUI).
I was able to find the Aux-Adress, but not sure how low I can go. I´ve already tried -131mV, and could not figure out any negative influence.
I mean, this voltage should be useful for something, shouldn´t it?!. Is there any understandable explanation for this behavior?
I had wrote down at one point my sweet spots for my 1630ish / 2051 clocked run but lost it. I might even have a comment in here some where with the info in it. If I remember correctly, I was sitting at around .919 mV " I think ". I remember also that it went lower but I was unstable any lower for my given clocks at the time.
It relates to from what I can see behavior wise, the " total power draw " I believe. You're pulling more power so you have to start dropping power some how some where. Tell me if I am wrong here people as again this is based on what I think to be happening by observation.
Maybe it has to do with sign waves and we're slowing them down a little to get more in line with the clocks.. I don't know.Edited by truehighroller1 - 2/25/16 at 8:22am