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I do not agree with you wink.gif .
More, particularly on 1080p and 1440p smile.gif

For example in Fallout 4 on 1440p +100mhz on core is about 7-8 fps more smile.gif

I hear what your saying mate but if you are over 100 FPS anyway you won't notice the difference lol.

Where it "matters" is when you are playing 4k at 35-45fps where it is indeed only 1 or 2 frames difference. :-)
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I also have kinda loud coil whine... So that ruins it a bit too... Probably gonna do an rma for that, plus I do not think I can get a chip that clocks even less than the one I have so with a bit of luck my replacement will go to 2100+ smile.gif
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Anyone already tried this? How did you get on?? :-)    \/   \/   \/

Just noticed with 'MSI Afterburner' 4.3, Beta 14 you can now actually lock your voltage and core frequency at any point along your curve to test for stability at each voltage point to build your overclock.​​

Officially they only support FE and MSI but I just tried it on my EVGA Classified 1080 and its working 100%

Here is a quote from the page:
"You may press after selecting any point on the curve with mouse cursor to disable GPU dynamic voltage/frequency adjustment and lock the voltage and core clock frequency to a state defined by the target point. This feature allows you to test graphics card stability independently for each voltage/frequency point of the curve using real 3D applications or any stress test of your choice. In addition to stability testing usage scenario, MSI Afterburner allows you to save a curve with locked point setting to a profile, so you may easily switch between dynamic voltage/frequency management and fixed voltage/frequency settings in realtime (e.g. to achieve the maximum performance during benchmarking). Please take a note that fixed voltage and frequency settings do not allow you to disable power and thermal throttling"

And link: http://www.guru3d.com/files-details/msi-afterburner-beta-download.html

There is no button on MSI Afterburner yet to access the voltage curve you have to press CNTRL-F to get the window up.

This should let us squeeze every last drip of performance out of our cards by fine tuning them to the absolute limit. :-)
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post #6954 of 11191
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Originally Posted by nrpeyton View Post

Anyone already tried this? How did you get on?? :-)    \/   \/   \/

Just noticed with 'MSI Afterburner' 4.3, Beta 14 you can now actually lock your voltage and core frequency at any point along your curve to test for stability at each voltage point to build your overclock.​​

Officially they only support FE and MSI but I just tried it on my EVGA Classified 1080 and its working 100%

Here is a quote from the page:
"You may press after selecting any point on the curve with mouse cursor to disable GPU dynamic voltage/frequency adjustment and lock the voltage and core clock frequency to a state defined by the target point. This feature allows you to test graphics card stability independently for each voltage/frequency point of the curve using real 3D applications or any stress test of your choice. In addition to stability testing usage scenario, MSI Afterburner allows you to save a curve with locked point setting to a profile, so you may easily switch between dynamic voltage/frequency management and fixed voltage/frequency settings in realtime (e.g. to achieve the maximum performance during benchmarking). Please take a note that fixed voltage and frequency settings do not allow you to disable power and thermal throttling"

And link: http://www.guru3d.com/files-details/msi-afterburner-beta-download.html

There is no button on MSI Afterburner yet to access the voltage curve you have to press CNTRL-F to get the window up.

This should let us squeeze every last drip of performance out of our cards by fine tuning them to the absolute limit. :-)



Why can't you do that in Precision in Manual mode?
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post #6956 of 11191
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Originally Posted by nrpeyton View Post

I hear what your saying mate but if you are over 100 FPS anyway you won't notice the difference lol.

Where it "matters" is when you are playing 4k at 35-45fps where it is indeed only 1 or 2 frames difference. :-)

Couple mins ago - tested on 4k dell monitor 60hz- +113mhz give me 3-4 fps average more on fallout and gta5 smile.gif .Always something biggrin.gif. On 4k always hard to gain more free fps on ultra settings. But +100mhz extra is always welcome smile.gif.
post #6957 of 11191
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Originally Posted by Derek1 View Post

Why can't you do that in Precision in Manual mode?

The voltage and clock markings leave a LOT to be desired. With MSI AB, you can fine tune a lot more than you can with with PCX. I had been using PCX, but switched out to AB beta. It's much better.
post #6958 of 11191
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Originally Posted by Vellinious View Post

The voltage and clock markings leave a LOT to be desired. With MSI AB, you can fine tune a lot more than you can with with PCX. I had been using PCX, but switched out to AB beta. It's much better.

thumb.gif Ok thanks.
post #6959 of 11191
Looks like EVGA released a reference 1080 hybrid model

If anyone gets could you please post the BIOS TIA
post #6960 of 11191
Hey guys, just want to share my results in oc'ing my 1080.
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/10422725
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