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How did you guys enable voltage control in MSI afterburner?

I tried everything but nothing works... I clicked on Unlock Voltage Control and Unlock Voltage monitoring in MSI Afterburner Settings. I edit MSIAfterburnner cfg file using notepad, I also edited MSIafterburner oem2 file using notepad and still didn't work.

Any other trick? I'm using newest version of MSI afterburner.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1625653/how-to-get-voltage-slider-in-afterburner-working-on-a-1080-ti/0_20
    
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yeah still rocking it LOL. this bad boy is a legend. first cards on it where good old gtx285s a LONG time ago. things have not changed much in the gpu department though. latest pixel crunchers are a must. 

that's awesome! and I bet at higher resolution when you're gpu bound it works fine.
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lemme guess. You have at least 378.78 drivers? 378.92, 381.xx whatever the latest one is? Those drivers have a flicker issue. lasts like 2 seconds.


Oh yes only on these latest drivers. What is happening? Should I uninstall them?


Only happens during BOOT UP before window logo but after BIOS trigger screen.
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Mine flickers b4 boot up too, just a little annoying but hopefully gets fixed in driver upate:mad:
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Some OC discoveries of mine.


3. Even with 10% extra TDP, In Witcher 3, I can see slow downs more often due to temperature. But the fps for Witcher 3 is very consistent on the Asus bios. This game demands a lot of power.

4. Building off of point 3, it turns out that 10% from the Asus bios is not enough. From my understanding the Asus bios only gives us access to an additional 30 watts of power. Well the Witcher 3 will definitely hit 111% and then clocks will throttle a bin or even 2 bins down. I'm hitting power throttling with the extra power from the Asus bios.

That is curious, I have seen a lot of people at 111% on the Asus bios, has anybody seen higher? with an FE that is.

275w x 111% = 305.25w and I am kinda wondering if maybe we aren't getting 30w more just a little more up to some other barrier, maybe a limit on one of the rails due to the way it draws power.

I haven't seen any power limit in AB at least but I have seen voltage limit spikes
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I recommend connecting pump directly to PSU with an adapter. You'll need mini to normal pwm 4 pin

You mean PSU or to motherboard with 4 pin PWM?

is there any cable that i can buy, or i have to build it myself?
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Is it because the temps are so low you get past the thermal throttle wall and GPU Boost 3.0 will just dynamically OC the card to such a point that it hits the power limit?

Yeah. The main problem is heat. Then your next is voltage and power limit. Boost 3.0 does indeed complicate things compared to pre pascal cards. At total stock my gpu will boost to 1911 and stay there. But once you start adding to the core, boost 3.0 decides where the final clocks will end. Some may get higher and others lower at the same +150 on the core in afterburner. Depends on chip, cooling, and voltage.
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This MSI GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X is pretty beast @ 2.1GHz... almost 32K graphics score in Firestrike.

I think if you up your memory clock some more you could easily get over 32k graphics score. Probably decent bump in Timespy too. It helped me out.


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You mean PSU or to motherboard with 4 pin PWM?

is there any cable that i can buy, or i have to build it myself?

On my old 980 ti hybrid kit I got one of these adapters to feed power from the motherboard. But then I bout a sata power to 4-pin adapter later and connected my pump directly into my PSU.

https://www.moddiy.com/products/4%252dPin-PWM-Fan-Connector-%28Female%29-to-4%252dPin-Mini-GPU-Fan-Connector-%28Male%29.html
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That is curious, I have seen a lot of people at 111% on the Asus bios, has anybody seen higher? with an FE that is.

275w x 111% = 305.25w and I am kinda wondering if maybe we aren't getting 30w more just a little more up to some other barrier, maybe a limit on one of the rails due to the way it draws power.

I haven't seen any power limit in AB at least but I have seen voltage limit spikes

Actually 100% for Asus is 300 watts already. So if you flash the bios, than 110% is 330 watts, it's like you're running the shunt mod.
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Evga 1080 ti, evga bios, no shunt mod on air. Waiting for an aio


Clocks are dancing a litte.. because of temps and limit.

Edited by evassion - 4/8/17 at 8:03am
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