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Yo can try EVGA classy tool to push the voltage over 1.212v, but the benefit from that isn't worth the extra heat at all.. sound like yo loss the silicon mad.gif

Kind of what I have been anticipating. Think if I remember correctly it got up to 81/82 degrees already on the stock fan curve. Added a custom curve now, just waiting for my EVGA 1080 SC so not worth pushing the voltage further.

To end maybe everyone could do the good gpu dance and summon the gpu angels for my next delivery that'd be great.
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Kind of what I have been anticipating. Think if I remember correctly it got up to 81/82 degrees already on the stock fan curve. Added a custom curve now, just waiting for my EVGA 1080 SC so not worth pushing the voltage further.

To end maybe everyone could do the good gpu dance and summon the gpu angels for my next delivery that'd be great.


Use the classy tool and lower your voltage to 1.18 range.
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I don't recommended higher voltage on that cooler.. 82c is already very high temp rolleyes.gif

try higher fan curve and let me know how your temp.. also yo can think about Nzxt kraken G10 and small AIO to drop the temp.. that around 100$

This mine.. Max temp 51c @1.275v and 1557mhz smile.gif


Hi again Mr Dark!

So I went back to stock bios and I have been playing doom recenty at 1440mhz no problem at all. When I play Witcher 3it sometimes throttles my Voltage to 1.18 and then usually goes to 1392mhz.

How can I best counter this without messing with the voltage table again? Whats causing this? Seems to me that Witcher 3 usually does this. It's not enough to raise the power limit? I have it now and a max of 110%.

My max temp is 79c btw.
Edited by dengudomlige - 7/6/16 at 3:29pm
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Kind of what I have been anticipating. Think if I remember correctly it got up to 81/82 degrees already on the stock fan curve. Added a custom curve now, just waiting for my EVGA 1080 SC so not worth pushing the voltage further.

To end maybe everyone could do the good gpu dance and summon the gpu angels for my next delivery that'd be great.

I hope or so.. Silicon lottery what we need smile.gif
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Hi again Mr Dark!

So I went back to stock bios and I have been playing doom recenty at 1440mhz no problem at all. When I play Witcher 3it sometimes throttles my Voltage to 1.18 and then usually goes to 1392mhz.

How can I best counter this without messing with the voltage table again? Whats causing this? Seems to me that Witcher 3 usually does this. It's not enough to raise the power limit? I have it now and a max of 110%.

My max temp is 79c btw.

Hello

At stock bios, that's normal as the card throttle at 67c & 73c & 78c... the only way to fix that by disabling the boost and set the voltage to fixed point..
    
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Hello

At stock bios, that's normal as the card throttle at 67c & 73c & 78c... the only way to fix that by disabling the boost and set the voltage to fixed point..

Well it doesn't happen to me in DOOM and Heaven for example. Because I am always around 108-110% on powerlimit if I check afterburner. So raising that won't help? It has to throttle something because it reaches 110%.
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Well it doesn't happen to me in DOOM and Heaven for example. Because I am always around 108-110% on powerlimit if I check afterburner. So raising that won't help? It has to throttle something because it reaches 110%.

In that case, yes.. higher power limit can help to avoid that throttle.. drop the stock bios again so i can help
    
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In that case, yes.. higher power limit can help to avoid that throttle.. drop the stock bios again so i can help

Thanks in advance!

Hopefully this helps. At least I can compare to see if it does any difference.

GM200EVGA.zip 152k .zip file
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Hello

Start from + 20mhz if no problem push more until yo crash, then report back so i can adjust the bios again for yo thumb.gif

Ok just on core clock right?
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Hi Mr Dark,

Thanks so much for the bios! I've done some testing and found I get about a 1.0-2.5% increase in performance in 3Dmark Fire Strike (Score before OC was 16,500-16,750, score after is around 16,850-17,150, does this seem about right?).

Temps on the main card are hitting about 81c and 67c on the second. Which I'm assuming is okay?

I'm thinking I should probably go and do some more bench marking outside of 3D Mark such as the Heaven Benchmark.
Edited by Randomstar - 7/6/16 at 4:50pm
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Thanks in advance!

Hopefully this helps. At least I can compare to see if it does any difference.

GM200EVGA.zip 152k .zip file

Here yo go

GM200EVGA---150--TDP.zip 152k .zip file

TDP up to 150%..
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Ok just on core clock right?

Yo can try the memory also.. not a problem
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Hi Mr Dark,

Thanks so much for the bios!

I have uploaded the new bios on to both my cards and just bench marking now, I was wondering what the best way to measure voltage is? I'm using HWMonitor which is reporting that the GPU's are only drawing 0.9XX volts?

I just ran 3D Mark Fire Strike however I only got an increase of about 2.5% on my overall score, I was thinking it would be more around 5%. Overall score was about 16,750 and with OC it's now about 17,150. Does that sound right?

I'm going to do some other benchmarks for FPS increases etc... to check it all out, it seems stable though :-)

EDIT: I had Gsync on, going to run the Fire Strike demo again without it (I've found Gsync usually drops my score a bit when on).

Use Gpu-Z or MSI AB to measure the volt.. yo can push the core clock farther as the voltage capable for that..
    
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