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CPU speed not read...tongue.gif

No 2560x1440? !!rolleyes.gif

SLI not supported redface.gif

NO DX12?? Vulcan??

I'm a bit confused to be honest....
Edited by Arne Saknussemm - 4/13/17 at 4:26am
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Originally Posted by GRABibus View Post

With the ASUS Strix bios t4, the power is unlocked.
I have flashed my Gigabyte with this ASUS strix Bios in order to be able to go beyond 1.093V.
After Bios flashing, the slider of power appears like this because power is unlocked
Before Bios flashing, the power slider could be managed, but max voltage was 1.093V

Are you able to go beyond 1.093V with your MSI Bios ??

I'm stuck at 1.093V. I'm OK with it, though, because my card doesn't need more Voltage; it needs more Power. I can sometimes reach max speeds with less than 1.093V. With no Voltage limit, you may be over-driving your processor, DRAM or controller since you can't control where that Voltage goes. This is especially bad for your card if you have a high 'ASIC Quality' chip. Unfortunately, there's no way to determine the ASIC Quality of these chips. And I wish they'd called it 'ASIC Value' or something, because in my experience, when I can keep the heat down, lower "Quality" chips have proven a hell of a lot faster when overclocking.

If your Power is actually unlocked, I can't understand why you're getting fireworks. I know that my BIOS does have a slightly higher stock Power Limit than the average GTX 1080 card, but with no limit, you should be able to pull even more power. I do know that if I try to run at 2202MHz with the power set to default I get fireworks or it craps out.

I submit that you may have unlocked Voltage, but Power is now completely locked on your card. axesmiley.png
That, or maybe your card is not using the available Power for some other reason?

I suggest you lower your voltage to a max of 1.093V, set your max MHZ to 2176 or so, and run that Furmark GPU Benchmark test I mentioned and see if you get [Power:1] showing on the last line of blue while the test is running. thinking.gif

For comparison: When I run Furmark GPU Benchmark [Preset: 1080 (FHD)] with my Afterburner curve I sent you set to max settings of 2176 MHz @ 1.093V:
While running the Benchmark, I get limit:[Power:1]
HWiNFO64 says:
GPU Clock [maximum] = 2176.5 MHz
GPU Core Voltage [Maximum] = 0.994V
Total GPU Power (normalized) [% of TDP] = 108.2 %
GPU Power [Maximum] = 289.290 Watts
Edited by Beagle Box - 4/13/17 at 8:21am
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Just a minor thing. i think you guys mean 1.093 V to gpu, not 1.93V

And I am not aware of anyone getting beyond the 1.093 limitation. You guys have a bios that allows that????
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Just a minor thing. i think you guys mean 1.093 V to gpu, not 1.93V

And I am not aware of anyone getting beyond the 1.093 limitation. You guys have a bios that allows that????

Correct. 1.093V.

As I understand it, the T4 BIOS will bump over 1.093V. I'd like to see GRABibus run FurMark to see just how high his Voltage goes and what kind of Power he's getting.
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Correct. 1.093V.

As I understand it, the T4 BIOS will bump over 1.093V. I'd like to see GRABibus run FurMark to see just how high his Voltage goes and what kind of Power he's getting.

Yes, t4 Bios allows you to manage voltage until 1.2v and power is unlocked.

Concerning my gpu which is at 1607Mhz at stock with this strix t4 bios :
If I add 200MHz in msi AB on gpu and then tweak the curve to fix 2202mhz between 1.1v and 1.2v , then I have no issue, no artefact nowhere and never downclock.
This is already a good overclock !
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Correct. 1.093V.

As I understand it, the T4 BIOS will bump over 1.093V. I'd like to see GRABibus run FurMark to see just how high his Voltage goes and what kind of Power he's getting.

I read that you had downclock phenomena.
Did you try to set up a very agressive fan curve ?
Before doing it I had the same issue , now. With agressive fan curve in msi AB, no more downclock
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Yes, t4 Bios allows you to manage voltage until 1.2v and power is unlocked.

Concerning my gpu which is at 1607Mhz at stock with this strix t4 bios :
If I add 200MHz in msi AB on gpu and then tweak the curve to fix 2202mhz between 1.1v and 1.2v , then I have no issue, no artefact nowhere and never downclock.
This is already a good overclock !

That's a great overclock! I thought you were having trouble getting the speed, but your issue was one of Voltage efficiency. I wonder why it requires more voltage to maintain that speed vs mine? I read a bit about the Dancop XOC BIOS, but I think it's pegged @ 1.24V. It allows Power up to 345W. Do you know your max Power? What temps are you seeing when running @ 2202MHz?

Do you know of anyone who has used this BIOS on an MSI card? Where can I read more about this BIOS? I'm interested now in flashing it.

Can you show me that curve?
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That's a great overclock! I thought you were having trouble getting the speed, but your issue was one of Voltage efficiency. I wonder why it requires more voltage to maintain that speed vs mine? I read a bit about the Dancop XOC BIOS, but I think it's pegged @ 1.24V. It allows Power up to 345W. Do you know your max Power? What temps are you seeing when running @ 2202MHz?

Do you know of anyone who has used this BIOS on an MSI card? Where can I read more about this BIOS? I'm interested now in flashing it.

Can you show me that curve?

That is not a great OC , but a good one I should say, because even with offset of 200MHz on gpu before tweaking the curve at 2202Mhz between 1.1v and 1.2v, my curve is below yours because I start at 1607Mhz.

I think it is Just silicon lottery the fact I need more voltage.

I will show you my curve this week end. Nothing special smile.gif
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I read that you had downclock phenomena.
Did you try to set up a very agressive fan curve ?
Before doing it I had the same issue , now. With agressive fan curve in msi AB, no more downclock

My fan curve hits 100% by 58C because that's where it downclocks. So you do have a good overclock going. 2200MHz sustained on air is quite good. thumb.gif
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