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MSI AB quick question with a pic!

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In the below picture, can someone please tell me should i have that option that is circled "tick'd" on, or keep it off like it is now??? Been wondering about that option for awhile now. Also, the cards (SLi 980Ti's) both operate SO DAMN COLD under load its almost hard to believe they are operating at shown frequencies. My max load temp for both cards after playing Bioshock Infinite is NO HOTTER Then 38c / 37c (GPU 1 / GPU 2) thats after atleast 30-40mins of game play in a 70f room. As you can see iin the picture im overvolting a bit @ +45mv but my max Vgpu is 1.224. Does this seem about right? Seems like i can increase the voltage slider to add more voltage but the card still consumes the same 1.224 no matter what?? So my OC shows 1102c in AB and 3802mem, then i "guess" boost makes it 1443c / 3802mem under games. Im completely new to this BOOST stuff, my last Nvidia gpu was a GTX295 way back in the day! Am I correct in saying that my mem speed of 3802 needs to be X2 so for a total of 7604mhz...? Thanks guys, appreciate any input


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I'm not sure what that tab is in Afterburner. Those memory calculations are correct. I run GPUz's graphs to verify my clock speeds and voltages. With two 980Ti's you probably aren't even hitting 50% usage in BS:I, that's why your temps are so low. Run Firestrike ultra a few times to get them to run all out for a better temp comparasin.
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ive used gpuz for years, but recently for what ever reason when ever i open that program my OC drops out and then as soon as i close gpu-z my oc comes right back to where it should be. Made a thread about this several days back but no one had any input on that matter. To make a long story short i just use MSI AB for everything and TBH with you, I love this program.. Does everything

**EDIT** Do you think the memory has more speed left in it? Should i try higher?
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