Originally Posted by Mr-Dark
I hope that fix your problem..
I'm sorry to tell yo that your card is voltage locked at 1.212v
No way to pass that from the bios..
but in general custom bios with 1450mhz @1.212v and boost off should improve your OC ability.. maybe yo can push a little more
let me know if yo want to try that one
Yes, 1.212v is the Max for that card..
Hmmm, that strange but okay..
give this a try
GM204--asport--1.212v.zip 136k .zip file
Let me know how yo go..
Number 5 from the Top is the 8 pin cable...
Give this a try
GM200980TiXtreme---GrimzReeper---------Dark.zip 146k .zip file
Dark.zip (146k. zip file)
Core clock 1506mhz & 3.8ghz memory & 1.255v & higher TDP limit & boost off..
If yo like to keep the card at Max clock all time just switch the power plan from Adaptive to Max Performance from Nvdia driver.. but no need for that
to push the clock farther we should increase the voltage.. as yo say the card crash at higher clock and same volt..
Btw why no overvolt ? 1.200v still very low on Maxwell card..
As i seen your card last night.. I think something physically damaged on that card...
yo didn't got it right.. the power usage under load shouldn't hit 100% at all.. if that happen the core will throttle... So we increase the power limit to keep the power usage under 90% to avoid any throttle...
custom bios with higher voltage & boost off & higher power limit should improve your OC ability..
if yo like to try that let me know
Nvidia logic i think
Imagine the 1080 @150% power limit and 1.20v under the water.. lol
That very good OC.. Enjoy it
If your memory chip's from Hynix then its fine.. Hynix the worst OC ability at all..
Btw yo can stabilize the 1500/7600 by increasing the voltage from 1.250v to 1.260v or 1.270v... higher memory OC = more stress on the core...
So if your OC without memory OC barely stable, once yo push the memory yo will crash... Try 1480/7600 ?
Sound like your card need more volt for higher OC.. yo loss the silicon this time
give this a try
GM204---tashcz-----Dark.zip 136k .zip file
Dark.zip (136k. zip file)
Core clock 1455mhz & 3.7ghz memory & 1.275v & higher TDP limit & boost off..
Use any OC software to push the clock farther.. No need to keep it under 65c... keep it under 80c
for the stability test use Heaven and Valley as first test.. if pass try Firestrike then some games