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What I found is that in FS my clocks are jumping around all over the place but nevcer dipping below 2000mhz. Clocks set to 2139mhz. Max temps during the bench wpuld be between 37 and 39c as I moddified the card with the evga hybrid cooler from my 980ti.

When I play Doom for an hour or more the temps will be between 44 and 46c with the clocks only dropping now and then to 2126mhz.

When I run Heaven Extreme Preset it will heat up the core pretty quickly but only drop to 2126mhz towards the end when the temps get to 44c or so.

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Are you talking about firestrike bench or stress test? If its bench, is completely normal since there are 4 phases in that test, 2 that pushes de GPU, 1 pushing the CPU and the last one combining both.

Your numbers look more than ok to me. stable 2126mhz is very nice.
post #5192 of 10255
And next update from me watercooled flashed to strix t4 bios : As I started to play some hours overwatch and Witcher I got some black screens and had to restart my pc again.
Flashed to Evga Fe Bios and get 2177 MHz in FS and 2170 MHz when I play some hours. FS score is with 1.09V nearly the same compared to strix t4 with 1.2V and 2250 MHz.
I don't think that many people really boost their cards with that t4 bios. And in games it is horrible and so unstable - at least for me.

For me it seems that there is a sweetspot on those cards and u can't get much further. I mean the difference between no TDP, 1.2V and +100 MHz on core clock should be a way more noticeable difference to 120% TDP, 1.08 to 1.09V and there is little to non difference in score..
post #5193 of 10255
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Originally Posted by VPII View Post

What I found is that in FS my clocks are jumping around all over the place but nevcer dipping below 2000mhz. Clocks set to 2139mhz. Max temps during the bench wpuld be between 37 and 39c as I moddified the card with the evga hybrid cooler from my 980ti.

When I play Doom for an hour or more the temps will be between 44 and 46c with the clocks only dropping now and then to 2126mhz.

When I run Heaven Extreme Preset it will heat up the core pretty quickly but only drop to 2126mhz towards the end when the temps get to 44c or so.

Sent from my SM-G925F using Tapatalk

Are you talking about firestrike bench or stress test? If its bench, is completely normal since there are 4 phases in that test, 2 that pushes de GPU, 1 pushing the CPU and the last one combining both.

Your numbers look more than ok to me. stable 2126mhz is very nice.

Thanks...
Problem though is in game test one the gpu core is all over the place but in game test to it would be more constant

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post #5194 of 10255
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For checking real power limits instead of percentages it's fine to run it anytime. Just be nice to see actual limits in Watts instead of ambiguous percentages. IMO wink.gif

Here it is:

FE BIOS - 120% TDP



FTW BIOS - 130% TDP

post #5195 of 10255
Ok so help me understand this. If the FE Bios and AIB bios will both run a card at the same clock and volts. Where is the extra watts/heat being generated at running an AIB BIOS? More Amps? More power to memory?
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post #5196 of 10255
I believe that, at least in my case, more watts lead to more stability. I could get higher clocks for brief periods with FE bios, but with long use like gaming, It would downclock itself to clocks lower than FTW. Also, with 130%TDP and 1.093V, I get no vrel at all with FTW Bios, while with FE BIOS I'm getting Vrel perfcap even with stock 1.062V.
post #5197 of 10255
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Originally Posted by juniordnz View Post

Here it is:

FE BIOS - 120% TDP
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FTW BIOS - 130% TDP
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Now that's what I'm talking about. You have one VBIOS with 120% and one 130%, only a 10% increase from 100% or 6% between them. The reality though is that the 130% setting is 29% higher than the 120% setting, 280W vs 217W. The default setting (100%) is different in each VBIOS making the whole percentage thing misleading IMHO.


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Originally Posted by Joshwaa View Post

Ok so help me understand this. If the FE Bios and AIB bios will both run a card at the same clock and volts. Where is the extra watts/heat being generated at running an AIB BIOS? More Amps? More power to memory?
Depends on the load, for instance running furmark will draw a lot more power than some light graphics at the same voltage and clocks.
post #5198 of 10255
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Now that's what I'm talking about. You have one VBIOS with 120% and one 130%, only a 10% increase from 100% or 6% between them. The reality though is that the 130% setting is 29% higher than the 120% setting, 280W vs 217W. The default setting (100%) is different in each VBIOS making the whole percentage thing misleading IMHO.
Depends on the load, for instance running furmark will draw a lot more power than some light graphics at the same voltage and clocks.

Yes thats why will be good to have program with full clock boost all time like precision x K Boost option but EVGA made new precision app to unlock this option only if you enter evga card serial very stupid
post #5199 of 10255
@GanGstaOne I've never used EVGA software, what is it you want to do exactly? Does using the "L" option under AB curve not do what you are asking?
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@GanGstaOne I've never used EVGA software, what is it you want to do exactly? Does using the "L" option under AB curve not do what you are asking?

Dont know about this L option but K boost in evga precision keeps the card at max boost clock at all time ones activated very useful in games
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