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post #5961 of 8701
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mr-Dark View Post

Here yo go

GM200p--------------Dark.zip 152k .zip file
Dark.zip (152k. zip file)

Core 1506mhz & stock memory clock & 1.275v & higher TDP limit & boost off & no throttle
Again man 1.450v ??? or yo mean 1.24v ?

confirm the voltage so i can work on that now..
Drop the stock bios here so i can help.. there is no relationship between the temp limit and the voltage smile.gif

Hi Mr-Dark

0- i need max voltage 1.450 Vgpu on both in load ( increase myself with Nvidia Inspector ) stock idle voltage stock clock gpu and mem on both .
1- Increase the TDP limit ( 150% ) .
2-Increase the voltage ( 1.450 ) .
3- Unlock the hidden voltage slider .
On both cards .

Best regards Darkgregor .
Edited by Darkgregor - 6/11/16 at 7:19am
post #5962 of 8701
GMstock.zip 137k .zip file

Thanks Dark,

So if I can't go beyond 1.2v, is there any way at all to maximize performance? Max stable clock is at 1472mhz, any way to push it higher?
post #5963 of 8701
Me again Mr Dark
Firestrike at 1302 with 0.999v is ok !!!!
Incredible !!!!
Can you make a last bios for me with 1.05 v at 1400mhz please ??
Thanks in advance
You re the man
http://www.overclock.net/attachments/40880
post #5964 of 8701
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Originally Posted by Mr-Dark View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by eXteR View Post

Hi Mr-Dark,

on my previous GTX 780 DC2, i used to undervolt it to 1.087 and 1200Mhz core. Temps where far better than stock volts.

I want to do the same with my new Gigabyte 980Ti G1 (69.5% ASIC), but i can't do it with MSI Afterburner or other software, because i can't set negative offset for voltage.

I downloaded Maxwell II Bios Tweaker, but i have no idea what i have to tune on the voltage tab to undervolt it.

Here are my findings using AB:

Stock Boost 1342Mhz @ 1.187v

Max Boost without vCore = 1501Mhz @1.187v

Max Boost with Voltage tunning = 1540 @ 1.212v

For me is not a problem to use AB for overclocking, because i always use it for OSD.

I don't know if it's possible to do this with Maxwell, stock boost is ok for me, but i want to try using about 1.1v? 84.00.41.00.34_D_F10_0330.zip 147k .zip file

If it's possible, i want to know what i have to modify on the bios, because i understand that testing a stable undervolt could be tricky and need lots of try/error testing.

I beg for you help, to tune my bios so i can start trying to undervolt this beast.

Thanks in advance.

Hey there

here yo go

Gigabyte980Ti--1342mhz---1.100v.zip 146k .zip file

If yo want to change the voltage again, from the voltage table change all 1.093v value to the new value.. thumb.gif

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Hi Mr Dark, i tested the bios. Voltage is fine but dont work as i expected.

I want the same boost functionality as stock bios, but with lower voltages on all the steps.

Also i want to be able to increase the voltage using msi afterburner to a max of 1.24
With the bios you made, i cant move the voltage slider.

Also de power limit seems to work wrong, because is on 100% max and i cant increase it.

It is possible to do it?

Enviado desde mi SM-P550 mediante Tapatalk
post #5965 of 8701
Mr-Dark, if I could trouble you for a BIOS for my Titan X, it seems all of the ones in the Titan X owners thread are "old" Titan X BIOSes and are incompatible with my Titan X. Old BIOSes have a 221k uncompressed file size and new ones have a 217k uncompressed size. I was wondering if you could take one of them and the new BIOS file I'm using now and make some magic happen, or better yet if the main, popular BIOSes in the Titan X owner's thread could be converted and a set of new variants of them posted.

The BIOS I was most interested in was Sheyster's 1.281v Ultimate.

Thanks!

GM200_new.zip 147k .zip file

GM200-ULTIMATE-1281mv.zip 150k .zip file
post #5966 of 8701
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Originally Posted by Mr-Dark View Post

...
No problem, here yo go.. all fixed

Strix980--1455mhz-3600-fan-curve.zip 137k .zip file

Don't use Kombustor to stress the card as that one throttle any card to the stock clock/..

...

Thank you!
post #5967 of 8701
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Originally Posted by Mr-Dark View Post

Here yo go

GM200p--------------Dark.zip 152k .zip file
Dark.zip (152k. zip file)

.

uploaded the bios, restarted my system, just ran one firststrike session to see if it would endure that.
worked out, so now im up to the heaven benchmark. smile.gif








Kept the fan on the pcb on 50%, upped it to 60% later on, fan on my rad was constant at 1000rpm.

The gpu core maxed @ 60 degrees celsius, I really hope the vrm parts underneath the heatsink will keep up with the heat at 50%/60% fan speed.
Any advice on hybrid kits and the vrm and metalplate? at what fan speed should I try to set the pcb fan so the vrm wont burn up? is 60% enough?

thnx Mr. Dark.

I'll let you know how it works out.
Edited by NoahNL - 6/11/16 at 10:09pm
post #5968 of 8701
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Originally Posted by NoahNL View Post

Any advice on hybrid kits and the vrm and metalplate? at what fan speed should I try to set the pcb fan so the vrm wont burn up? is 60% enough?

I'd say turn it up as loud as you can tolerate.
post #5969 of 8701
Fellow clockers,

I think I've hit the limit of my card, anything above 1512mhz on the core (even 1 mhz) will result in a faillure somewhere in firestrike/Heaven, i've had 5 loops firestrike and 5 loops of heaven.
So far im pretty astonished how easy these cards can be overclocked.

My stable OC settings for now are:

Gpu core: 1512 mhz - No boost.
Mem clock: 4000 ( can go higher on this one, dont know if it will be worth it)
Max gpu temp under load: 61 degrees celsius.
Max TDP: 425 watt - Max load i've seen with afterburner/Gpu-Z is 83%, which would mean its drawing around 350 watt if Im right?
Gpu Voltage: 1.274
Asic Quality: 64,1%

I've got a dell 2515H on which im gaming/benching on a resolution of 2560x1440, the second screen is a samsung S27D590P which is running on 1920x1080.







A 50% overclock on a gpu core with a semi lc cooling solution and a bios mod is pretty impressive. (thanks Mr. Dark).
Edited by NoahNL - 6/12/16 at 4:28am
post #5970 of 8701
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Darkgregor View Post

Hi Mr-Dark

0- i need max voltage 1.450 Vgpu on both in load ( increase myself with Nvidia Inspector ) stock idle voltage stock clock gpu and mem on both .
1- Increase the TDP limit ( 150% ) .
2-Increase the voltage ( 1.450 ) .
3- Unlock the hidden voltage slider .
On both cards .

Best regards Darkgregor .

Bro, the stock voltage is 1.20v while we can push to 1.30v.. you're asking for 1.450v which killer for any Maxwell card..
Quote:
Originally Posted by Guinsoona View Post

GMstock.zip 137k .zip file

Thanks Dark,

So if I can't go beyond 1.2v, is there any way at all to maximize performance? Max stable clock is at 1472mhz, any way to push it higher?

Sure, here yo go

GMstock----Dark.zip 137k .zip file

Core clock 1481mhz & 3.7ghz memory & 1.212v & higher TDP limit & boost off
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Originally Posted by ralphi59 View Post

Me again Mr Dark
Firestrike at 1302 with 0.999v is ok !!!!
Incredible !!!!
Can you make a last bios for me with 1.05 v at 1400mhz please ??
Thanks in advance
You re the man
http://www.overclock.net/attachments/40880

Hey there

here yo goo

xtremegaming--1405--1.05v.zip 146k .zip file
Quote:
Originally Posted by eXteR View Post

Hi Mr Dark, i tested the bios. Voltage is fine but dont work as i expected.

I want the same boost functionality as stock bios, but with lower voltages on all the steps.

Also i want to be able to increase the voltage using msi afterburner to a max of 1.24
With the bios you made, i cant move the voltage slider.

Also de power limit seems to work wrong, because is on 100% max and i cant increase it.

It is possible to do it?

Enviado desde mi SM-P550 mediante Tapatalk

Hello

that's not possible.. t disable the boost we need to lock the voltage at one value.. also for the power limit just leave that at 100% as that equal to 150% at stock bios..
Quote:
Originally Posted by Deimosian View Post

Mr-Dark, if I could trouble you for a BIOS for my Titan X, it seems all of the ones in the Titan X owners thread are "old" Titan X BIOSes and are incompatible with my Titan X. Old BIOSes have a 221k uncompressed file size and new ones have a 217k uncompressed size. I was wondering if you could take one of them and the new BIOS file I'm using now and make some magic happen, or better yet if the main, popular BIOSes in the Titan X owner's thread could be converted and a set of new variants of them posted.

The BIOS I was most interested in was Sheyster's 1.281v Ultimate.

Thanks!

GM200_new.zip 147k .zip file

GM200-ULTIMATE-1281mv.zip 150k .zip file

Sure, here yo go

GM200_new--Titan-X---Dark.zip 147k .zip file

Core clock 1405mhz & 3.7ghz memory & 1.28v & higher TDP limit & boost off & no throttle..

the bios need Zero tweak at all.. just flash and make sure its stable at the above setting them yo can push farther thumb.gif
Quote:
Originally Posted by NoahNL View Post

uploaded the bios, restarted my system, just ran one firststrike session to see if it would endure that.
worked out, so now im up to the heaven benchmark. smile.gif








Kept the fan on the pcb on 50%, upped it to 60% later on, fan on my rad was constant at 1000rpm.

The gpu core maxed @ 60 degrees celsius, I really hope the vrm parts underneath the heatsink will keep up with the heat at 50%/60% fan speed.
Any advice on hybrid kits and the vrm and metalplate? at what fan speed should I try to set the pcb fan so the vrm wont burn up? is 60% enough?

thnx Mr. Dark.

I'll let you know how it works out.

Glad to hear its work for yo..

for the Vrm fan even 50% is fine... the whole cooler work as heatsink to keep the vrm nice and cold smile.gif
Quote:
Originally Posted by NoahNL View Post

Fellow clockers,

I think I've hit the limit of my card, anything above 1512mhz on the core (even 1 mhz) will result in a faillure somewhere in firestrike/Heaven, i've had 5 loops firestrike and 5 loops of heaven.
So far im pretty astonished how easy these cards can be overclocked.

My stable OC settings for now are:

Gpu core: 1512 mhz - No boost.
Mem clock: 4000 ( can go higher on this one, dont know if it will be worth it)
Max gpu temp under load: 61 degrees celsius.
Max TDP: 425 watt - Max load i've seen with afterburner/Gpu-Z is 83%, which would mean its drawing around 350 watt if Im right?
Gpu Voltage: 1.274
Asic Quality: 64,1%

I've got a dell 2515H on which im gaming/benching on a resolution of 2560x1440, the second screen is a samsung S27D590P which is running on 1920x1080.







A 50% overclock on a gpu core with a semi lc cooling solution and a bios mod is pretty impressive. (thanks Mr. Dark).

Sound good honestly.. 1506/8000 is very nice on such a card..

for the real power usage, yes.. its 83% * 425W smile.gif
   
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