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That goes no higher than 100% and into the red range for me. No higher.
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You have to click on the comb above the default button and to the left of the lightning bolt.

So you can increase the power limit above 120?

Increasing the voltage just makes you face smash into the 120 PL even harder frown.gif
post #3483 of 7609
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You have to click on the comb above the default button and to the left of the lightning bolt.

thanks for th elink... UGH! no K-boost. sozo.gif
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Originally Posted by DNMock View Post

So you can increase the power limit above 120?

Increasing the voltage just makes you face smash into the 120 PL even harder frown.gif

You can't increase the PL this way, however, more voltage makes your OC's more stable.
Edited by bizplan - 8/29/16 at 3:50pm
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You can't increase the PL this way, however, more voltage makes your OC's more stable.

Any negatives to putting the voltage to 100%?
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No cards yet but waterblocks and backplates got here today smile.gif

i might be in your shoes in a couple of days rolleyes.gif
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Originally Posted by bizplan View Post

You can't increase the PL this way, however, more voltage makes your OC's more stable.

Stock voltage is enough to make me face slam into into the power limit stable frown.gif
post #3488 of 7609
Is there any benefit to using EVGA Precision X instead of MSI Afterburner?

I already have a stable OC and fan curve in AB.

I see that Precision offers voltage control, but is that necessary when I'm already hitting the temp and power limit?
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Any negatives to putting the voltage to 100%?

does not add any voltage that the bios wouldn;t provide otherwise... it will let you undervolt the card tho. Lack of K-boost is an "uninstall" for me.
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does not add any voltage that the bios wouldn;t provide otherwise... it will let you undervolt the card tho. Lack of K-boost is an "uninstall" for me.

It maxes out at 1.0930 and my OC seems to be more "stable"; meaning my clocks stay higher and fluctuate less. My benchmarks are not higher, but in game is where I see the positive attributes I spoke of.
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