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Originally Posted by AnnihilationF90 View Post

Ah, ok, missunderstood that - go for bios mod biggrin.gif

Yes, but how? biggrin.gif
post #1022 of 3337
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Originally Posted by Gulftown View Post

Yes, but how? biggrin.gif

what do you mean by how?

extract rom, put it into the editor, edit it...?
post #1023 of 3337
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Originally Posted by AnnihilationF90 View Post

Ah, ok, missunderstood that - go for bios mod biggrin.gif
How about the fact that the vrams name contains symbols?

And what is ment by sensitivity?

TKS smile.gif))

Not sure what sensitivity is, I'm sure it has a purpose, but can't help you with that. As for the funky characters in VRAM, thats completely normal, even the OP has that in the pic for it, as well as every bios I've loaded.

Since you have a single bank card, do safe flashes. Start with expanding TDP and power limit, and use WattTool to find your values before you go flashing uber low voltages.
post #1024 of 3337
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Originally Posted by AnnihilationF90 View Post

what do you mean by how?

extract rom, put it into the editor, edit it...?

Can you help me which parameters I need to change?
post #1025 of 3337
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Originally Posted by jeb101 View Post

Not sure what sensitivity is, I'm sure it has a purpose, but can't help you with that. As for the funky characters in VRAM, thats completely normal, even the OP has that in the pic for it, as well as every bios I've loaded.

Since you have a single bank card, do safe flashes. Start with expanding TDP and power limit, and use WattTool to find your values before you go flashing uber low voltages.

All values are tested except the one for 300 because i cant do it with wattman...
Maybe you know ift is in a "ok area" (i know each gpu is different)

300 @ 775
608 @ 800
910 @ 860
1077 @ 940
1145 @ 990
1191 @ 1040
1236 @ 1075
1290 @ 1090

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Originally Posted by Gulftown View Post

Can you help me which parameters I need to change?

I am prety sure that everything is explained while the thread - sry but happy reading (also have a look at my initial comment - i guess this is all wich should be amended)
Edited by AnnihilationF90 - 11/24/16 at 11:55am
post #1026 of 3337
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Originally Posted by AnnihilationF90 View Post

All values are tested except the one for 300 because i cant do it with wattman...
Maybe you know ift is in a "ok area" (i know each gpu is different)

300 @ 775
608 @ 800
910 @ 860
1077 @ 940
1145 @ 990
1191 @ 1040
1236 @ 1075
1290 @ 1090
I am prety sure that everything is explained while the thread - sry but happy reading (also have a look at my initial comment - i guess this is all wich should be amended)

I'm still ironing out the lowest voltage for my max frequency, haven't touched anything below stage 4, Honestly it's probably gonna be all right, but I personally don't touch 2d frequencies as it's always a bigger risk as you use that for basic windows operation, and consequently flashing a bios on the card, esp if you boot from it. Few mv drop won't do a big difference, but id focus more on the higher frequencies, this is where the real power savings / heat reduction comes in.
post #1027 of 3337
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Originally Posted by jeb101 View Post

I'm still ironing out the lowest voltage for my max frequency, haven't touched anything below stage 4, Honestly it's probably gonna be all right, but I personally don't touch 2d frequencies as it's always a bigger risk as you use that for basic windows operation, and consequently flashing a bios on the card, esp if you boot from it. Few mv drop won't do a big difference, but id focus more on the higher frequencies, this is where the real power savings / heat reduction comes in.

true one...

actually i tried 1350 just for fun and is perfectly stable at 1090, which seems to be not a big deal as some get this with 1070...

regarding the 300 - i should be able to do it via msi ab (or do i guess wrong)
Just fixing 300mhz and then lower the voltage...?
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At what point do memory errors become a problem?

Easiest way to see the effect is when you run benchmarks, you'll notice that your results will be lower than your last test. I found diminishing returns over 2200 on stock voltages for me. But I get better results at 2075 with 1750 timings, no errors, than I do with 1100mv at 2250+ mhz with stock timings.
Edited by jeb101 - 11/25/16 at 7:25am
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Easiest way to see the effect is when you run benchmarks, you'll notice that your results will be lower than your last test. I found diminishing returns over 2200 on stock voltages for me. But I get better results at 2075 with 1750 timings, no errors, than I do with 1100mv at 2250+ mhz with stock timings.

Benchmarks go up,fire strike stress still 99%+, errors count up around 1 per 30 seconds at most, 1 per benchmark at lowest.
    
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