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So I can get a stable 2088-2101 with my max voltage hitting 1.093. Not sure if I should dial back or not. Temps are fine and stay in the low 60s.

EDIT: Yeah I dialed it back and it's stable mostly at 1.075. Could probably lower it more. What are you guys using? Afterburner?
Edited by LolCakeLazors - 8/16/16 at 6:29pm
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Taking a stab at overclocking tonight. Pascal is a different beast alright. Get less stability with upping the voltage as in at all at least with the testing that I have done with Doom. Thinking I would surely have to up the voltage for overclocking I thought it might just be a poor clocker at least for Doom. Took voltage back to stock, and it's rocking an unwavering 2164 core and 555+ memory just fine in Doom now. And it also appears to be doing it at a lower voltage of 1.043 volts where I could swear that it was doing 1.064 volts or so last night on the stock gaming Z overlclock bios. blinksmiley.gif

Edit: Have to up the core voltage to +75 to get Valley to pass at the same settings. Weird.
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Originally Posted by LolCakeLazors View Post

So I can get a stable 2088-2101 with my max voltage hitting 1.093. Not sure if I should dial back or not. Temps are fine and stay in the low 60s.

EDIT: Yeah I dialed it back and it's stable mostly at 1.075. Could probably lower it more. What are you guys using? Afterburner?

Yeah. I think most everyone is using Afterburner. It's working great for me. Boost 3.0 is taking some getting used to though. Looks like some pretty good clocks there. thumb.gif
Edited by Bishop07764 - 8/16/16 at 9:44pm
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Yeah. I think most everyone is using Afterburner. It's working great for me. Boost 3.0 is taking some getting used to though. Looks like some pretty good clocks there. thumb.gif

I prefer Afterburner but I've figured out the you can use Precision XOC's pixel clock to OC your monitor while still using DSR. The DSR settings are at the monitor's default refresh rate but the native resolution keeps the OC refresh rate. It's annoying bc playing with Afterburner's curve is so much better than PXOC.
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Originally Posted by cstarkey42 View Post

I prefer Afterburner but I've figured out the you can use Precision XOC's pixel clock to OC your monitor while still using DSR. The DSR settings are at the monitor's default refresh rate but the native resolution keeps the OC refresh rate. It's annoying bc playing with Afterburner's curve is so much better than PXOC.

Ya EVGA Precision X is not what it was
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Originally Posted by juniordnz View Post

Even though the card is not dealing with load drawing more watts, the clock stays at 2126mhz, voltage stays at 1.031V and idle temps are like 5 degrees higher.

That's a no no for me. Maybe it's nice for those who fold or whatever that keeps the card under stress all the time. But I don't want my card "all out" when I'm browsing the web.

I was so happy with the results frown.gif
Profiles?

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Well congrats.... you'd be the first person I've seen say that the curve improved performance.

Lol. wink.gif
Curve is good for me too. I needed 1.2V to reach 2.2GHz and can score 25.5k graphics in FS with that, lucky to get near 24k with stock BIOS and need every bit of that 1.2V in x-flash to hit 25.5k. Curve flat-lines so if one doesn't adjust the curve we are left with the lower voltage of the start of the flat-line. Run up to 80C with this setting though so clocks drop to 2150 average I guess. Certainly diminishing returns with higher voltage and debatable whether worth it or not. Okay I guess for trying to achieve best benches.

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Originally Posted by RedRumy3 View Post

I just played overwatch for about 5 hours with this overclock and everything was great but am I missing power limit or does the 1080 not have that?
Your using an old skin without power limit settings. Try a newer skin in preferences/options. An option to change percentages for actual Watts would have been nice IMO. BTW you can do power limit settings with the in-built nVidia nvsmi utility and do it in Watts wink.gif

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Originally Posted by ralphi59 View Post

In precisionx
Manual Mode
Click at 0.875 and +150
One bar appear.
If you only make 1 point, you stay at 0;875
Dont forget to click apply
You can define the curve as you want.
FYI the curve has 80 points, how many does Precision software allow to adjust?
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Originally Posted by ucode View Post

Profiles?
Curve is good for me too. I needed 1.2V to reach 2.2GHz and can score 25.5k graphics in FS with that, lucky to get near 24k with stock BIOS and need every bit of that 1.2V in x-flash to hit 25.5k. Curve flat-lines so if one doesn't adjust the curve we are left with the lower voltage of the start of the flat-line. Run up to 80C with this setting though so clocks drop to 2150 average I guess. Certainly diminishing returns with higher voltage and debatable whether worth it or not. Okay I guess for trying to achieve best benches.
Your using an old skin without power limit settings. Try a newer skin in preferences/options. An option to change percentages for actual Watts would have been nice IMO. BTW you can do power limit settings with the in-built nVidia nvsmi utility and do it in Watts wink.gif
FYI the curve has 80 points, how many does Precision software allow to adjust?

You don't have an FE correct?
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I have a Galax FE, with stock cooling.
Edited by ucode - 8/16/16 at 11:41pm
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Originally Posted by ucode View Post

Profiles?
Curve is good for me too. I needed 1.2V to reach 2.2GHz and can score 25.5k graphics in FS with that, lucky to get near 24k with stock BIOS and need every bit of that 1.2V in x-flash to hit 25.5k. Curve flat-lines so if one doesn't adjust the curve we are left with the lower voltage of the start of the flat-line. Run up to 80C with this setting though so clocks drop to 2150 average I guess. Certainly diminishing returns with higher voltage and debatable whether worth it or not. Okay I guess for trying to achieve best benches.
Your using an old skin without power limit settings. Try a newer skin in preferences/options. An option to change percentages for actual Watts would have been nice IMO. BTW you can do power limit settings with the in-built nVidia nvsmi utility and do it in Watts wink.gif
FYI the curve has 80 points, how many does Precision software allow to adjust?

On Air ?
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Originally Posted by ucode View Post

Profiles?
Curve is good for me too. I needed 1.2V to reach 2.2GHz and can score 25.5k graphics in FS with that, lucky to get near 24k with stock BIOS and need every bit of that 1.2V in x-flash to hit 25.5k. Curve flat-lines so if one doesn't adjust the curve we are left with the lower voltage of the start of the flat-line. Run up to 80C with this setting though so clocks drop to 2150 average I guess. Certainly diminishing returns with higher voltage and debatable whether worth it or not. Okay I guess for trying to achieve best benches.
Your using an old skin without power limit settings. Try a newer skin in preferences/options. An option to change percentages for actual Watts would have been nice IMO. BTW you can do power limit settings with the in-built nVidia nvsmi utility and do it in Watts wink.gif
FYI the curve has 80 points, how many does Precision software allow to adjust?

How do u Get 1.2v out of ur Card?
and waht is X Flash?

Can
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Yes, on air with 90% effective fan speed from the x-flash. Need that fan blowing though. Not sure if I forgot to set it once or if it stopped by itself but after playing some not so demanding Skyrim for a couple of hours came out of the game to find 96C logged!. Never had the OSD on, didn't think I needed it, so not sure why that happened. Turns out 96C is the nVidia hard slowdown temp and 99C is the shutdown temp.

x-flash = cross flashing. Using a BIOS meant for a different board. Usually a good chance of bricking, dead card.
Edited by ucode - 8/17/16 at 12:08am
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