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post #3111 of 10889
Stole this from reddit user. Instructions on voltage curve:

https://www.reddit.com/r/nvidia/comments/62r2nc/hes_reached_2100_mhz_oc_on_the_1080_ti_find_out/


TL;DR: Unlock voltage limiter in MSI AFterburner and learnt o OC using Voltage curve, disregard your old method of using slider.

TL;DR: Unlock voltage limiter in MSI AFterburner and learnt o OC using Voltage curve, disregard your old method of using slider.

Hey guys,

So many users have been having trouble OC to 2100 Mhz on the 1080 Ti. Users at Overclock.net have figured out how to get to 2100 Mhz on their cards.

First, I want to explain what's happening. Boost words in strange increments. Although you might be shooting for 2100 Mhz, boost my start a benchmark and shoot you up to 2114 Mhz or 2122 Mhz and cause you to crash instantly. The key is to start and stay at 2100 Mhz. How do we do this? Voltage curve

It has now become a myth that voltage doesn't help you OC. The slider method doesn't work anymore because the way Boost 3.0 shoots your ass to unstable OCs. What you're going to want to do is the following with the latest MSI Afterburner beta:

1. Unlock your voltage slider using Guru3D's method in MSI Afterburner.

2. Slide Voltage, Power and Thermal all the way to the max. Important, hit check mark after this before step 3

3. Hit "Ctrl +F"

4. Now you will have a graph that shows Core Clock vs Voltage. You're going to want to move the point at 1032 mV to close to where you would like your boost clocks to jump and stay at. And then move the next point to where you want to be at. Close and click check mark. If you set 1032 too high on the core, you might crash.
Play with the curves a bit until you're stable.

5. You will now see it say "Curve" in your OC slider area instead of 0 or +XXX.

I put them at 2000 Mhz, then tested 2055, 2088 and finally got to 2100 safely.

I was testing at 1.062v, but I'm going to test if I can lower my voltages now so avoid power limiting.

Good luck guys!

Reference:

1. http://www.overclock.net/t/1624521/nvidia-gtx-1080-ti-owners-thread

2. Video on voltage curves
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2g7DJ4S-2s

3. Guru3D method of unlocking voltage
http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/geforce_gtx_1080_ti_review,32.html


EDIT: Just did a run at 2114 Mhz on the core. Heaven score went from 2592 to 2603. Please see IMGUR.
http://imgur.com/V8th5pF
post #3112 of 10889
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Originally Posted by Joshwaa View Post

You have to keep the temps down but you might be able to get 2100.5 at less that 1.062

Worked for me too except I cannot for the life of me get both cards to use the same curve. I can get 2113 on one card and 1911 base on other. They are linked when I do this, if I unlink and do separately the opposite gpu hits 2113. Smh. Any suggestions? I can't install multiple msi can I? Frustrating.
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post #3113 of 10889
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

Stole this from reddit user. Instructions on voltage curve:

https://www.reddit.com/r/nvidia/comments/62r2nc/hes_reached_2100_mhz_oc_on_the_1080_ti_find_out/


TL;DR: Unlock voltage limiter in MSI AFterburner and learnt o OC using Voltage curve, disregard your old method of using slider.

TL;DR: Unlock voltage limiter in MSI AFterburner and learnt o OC using Voltage curve, disregard your old method of using slider.

Hey guys,

So many users have been having trouble OC to 2100 Mhz on the 1080 Ti. Users at Overclock.net have figured out how to get to 2100 Mhz on their cards.

First, I want to explain what's happening. Boost words in strange increments. Although you might be shooting for 2100 Mhz, boost my start a benchmark and shoot you up to 2114 Mhz or 2122 Mhz and cause you to crash instantly. The key is to start and stay at 2100 Mhz. How do we do this? Voltage curve

It has now become a myth that voltage doesn't help you OC. The slider method doesn't work anymore because the way Boost 3.0 shoots your ass to unstable OCs. What you're going to want to do is the following with the latest MSI Afterburner beta:

1. Unlock your voltage slider using Guru3D's method in MSI Afterburner.

2. Slide Voltage, Power and Thermal all the way to the max. Important, hit check mark after this before step 3

3. Hit "Ctrl +F"

4. Now you will have a graph that shows Core Clock vs Voltage. You're going to want to move the point at 1032 mV to close to where you would like your boost clocks to jump and stay at. And then move the next point to where you want to be at. Close and click check mark. If you set 1032 too high on the core, you might crash.
Play with the curves a bit until you're stable.

5. You will now see it say "Curve" in your OC slider area instead of 0 or +XXX.

I put them at 2000 Mhz, then tested 2055, 2088 and finally got to 2100 safely.

I was testing at 1.062v, but I'm going to test if I can lower my voltages now so avoid power limiting.

Good luck guys!

Reference:

1. http://www.overclock.net/t/1624521/nvidia-gtx-1080-ti-owners-thread

2. Video on voltage curves
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2g7DJ4S-2s

3. Guru3D method of unlocking voltage
http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/geforce_gtx_1080_ti_review,32.html


EDIT: Just did a run at 2114 Mhz on the core. Heaven score went from 2592 to 2603. Please see IMGUR.
http://imgur.com/V8th5pF

Lazy way of getting voltage slider to work. Use WildCards.zip and see last few posts in thread for clarification.
    
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post #3114 of 10889
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Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

Lazy way of getting voltage slider to work. Use WildCards.zip and see last few posts in thread for clarification.

Yeah, I did that previously, just thought it would be nice to post a guide from another user for others.
post #3115 of 10889
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Originally Posted by mtbiker033 View Post

congratulations bro! I really wanted to wait for a STRIX but the FE came in stock on Amazon prime and i pulled the trigger!!
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Thanks man ! yeah it was tempting for me too, but what stopped from buying the FE was that the cards did not have any dvi port so I just had to wait for a non reference model smile.gif
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Thanks man ! yeah it was tempting for me too, but what stopped from buying the FE was that the cards did not have any dvi port so I just had to wait for a non reference model smile.gif

Be quiet and go play quantum break!
post #3117 of 10889
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

Be quiet and go play quantum break!

Savage.
post #3118 of 10889
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Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

Savage.

I know you were having issues earlier, but did you try the curve method?

What clock are you crashing at? What i recommend is to have a line from that clock and voltage to the next voltage.

Lets say you're crashing at 2000 Mhz at 1.032V, well on the curve, make a line from 2000 Mhz at 1.025 to 1.050 and then increase the curve from there.

The reason these cards are crashing is because of the preset votlage curve. You need to add the voltage at the right time with relationship to core.
post #3119 of 10889
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

I know you were having issues earlier, but did you try the curve method?

What clock are you crashing at? What i recommend is to have a line from that clock and voltage to the next voltage.

Lets say you're crashing at 2000 Mhz at 1.032V, well on the curve, make a line from 2000 Mhz at 1.025 to 1.050 and then increase the curve from there.

The reason these cards are crashing is because of the preset voltage curve. You need to add the voltage at the right time with relationship to core.

Still testing, very inconsistent results. rolleyes.gif

post #3120 of 10889
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

Be quiet and go play quantum break!

Damn it was worth the wait, I can finally play on a stable framerate with the upscaling turned off and it doesn't dip below 60 even during combat but I had to turn down the volumetric lighting or whatever it is called. It's not an optimized game unfortunately.
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