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Hi. I'm testing my new asus Strix IS NOT. asus gpu as teak reaches a maximum of 1949 OC, but I want to to use the msi aftertburner .. some guidance?

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Made yesterday a lot of Heaven bench runs, screens with Afterburner here: http://imgur.com/a/g8faK
Whole info in my post here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1601546/official-nvidia-gtx-1070-owners-club/800#post_25342729

Even though you have 1080 and not 1070 - the main factor is to set maximum power limit - 114 or 120 depending on card vendor/BIOS.

And to make your card to use appropriate and sufficient voltage - for me max was 1.093. Can't get past this.

Of course make sure you use Afterburner 4.3 beta - earlier versions don't support Pascal cards. To show their new curve editor - press Cntrl+F in main Afterburner window. There simply drag point on. Shift click drags whole curve. Cntrl click on point - off-sets points to the left and right from your selected point.

Run tests and increase core clock til lthe artifacts start to appear - like dots or blinking textures. If that will happen lower your core clock a bit, like 10MHz than repeat.
Edited by DrumAndBass - 7/13/16 at 3:05am
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Made yesterday a lot of Heaven bench runs, screens with Afterburner here: http://imgur.com/a/g8faK
Whole info in my post here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1601546/official-nvidia-gtx-1070-owners-club/800#post_25342729

Even though you have 1080 and not 1070 - the main factor is to set maximum power limit - 114 or 120 depending on card vendor/BIOS.

And to make your card to use appropriate and sufficient voltage - for me max was 1.093. Can't get past this.

Of course make sure you use Afterburner 4.3 beta - earlier versions don't support Pascal cards. To show their new curve editor - press Cntrl+F in main Afterburner window. There simply drag point on. Shift click drags whole curve. Cntrl click on point - off-sets points to the left and right from your selected point.

Run tests and increase core clock til lthe artifacts start to appear - like dots or blinking textures. If that will happen lower your core clock a bit, like 10MHz than repeat.

Which points on the graph affect what? I would for example go directly to the 1.093 point and raise it to the clock that I want and don't worry about the rest of the points? I'm trying to figure out what affects what so I can use this graph.
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Which points on the graph affect what? I would for example go directly to the 1.093 point and raise it to the clock that I want and don't worry about the rest of the points? I'm trying to figure out what affects what so I can use this graph.

As i understand it(90% sure) - pascal's GPU boost consists of several C-States which directly correlate to GPU usage. In other words - at 40% gpu usage card will jump to the certain point of that curve.

You can force certain core clock to be active at all times on curve - press L+left click on point. It will be fixed.

I tried this mode, but voltage didn't want to go up to 1.093v - it was locked at 1.075.

I tried to lock different point on curve this way - but none gave me 1.093v or higher.

It's either some kind of bug or over the top smart behavior of GPU boost 3 system which i don't get for now.

So the only way i managed to force my chip to use 1.093v was that curve which you can see on third screen.

I would also gladly force constant clock with appropriate voltage, but the problem for now(at least for me) - is that forc'able voltage is lower than max achievable in non-forced clock-voltage in curve mode wackosmiley.gif
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