Originally Posted by greytoad
yes. full cover. If I use a voltage offset using the "C:\Program Files (x86)\MSI Afterburner\MSIAfterburner.exe" /wi06,08,8d,xx command 08 (hex) is my max offset before throttling. I think that's a 54mv offset which puts my max overclock at 1405. The voltage in wattman pluss the 54 puts it at 1204mv. However, the VID in HWIFO is often showing lower than that. Maybe my maths are wrong. I can go higher but not without pointless throttling. I prolly need to reapply the TIM, but I'll wait until the nickle back plate is available. It's not like I"m running any games where FPS is an issue since I'm on 1080p 60hz.
Is 2215 the max your memory will go? I found that having my Core 1300mhz @ 1.025v and Memory 2250mhz @ 1.025v is my best settings for a good stable overclock for gaming. I let Heaven run for an hour with these settings and temps topped out at 82c.
What is up with the memory controls in wattman? When I leave memory voltage on auto my core voltages are all over the place even though I set them to 1.025v. I have to match my memory voltage to my core voltage.
EDIT: What I mean by good stable overclock for gaming is without my card sounding like a leaf blower. Obviously I can go much further but the card will be wicked loud and the reference cooler obviously wont be able to handle it.Edited by Techbyte - 8/7/16 at 1:49pm