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hows it going in here?

this thing is craving more power. memory is maxed
2126 @1.062 once it hit 2050 or 2064 it maxed out at 1.092
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hows it going in here?

this thing is craving more power. memory is maxed
2126 @1.062 once it hit 2050 or 2064 it maxed out at 1.092

If you're that power limited in the benchmark you might actually see slightly better results by knocking the voltage back some, even if it means you lose a bin or two on the core clock.
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If you're that power limited in the benchmark you might actually see slightly better results by knocking the voltage back some, even if it means you lose a bin or two on the core clock.
I'm not sure voltage is doing anything I'm about to test that out now. even memory seems to max out at 1676 which is actually 250 added not 1000
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I don't take any stock in your made up theories. Did you even run the nvidia command with furmark running to test power draw like someone said to do or you did and the results were contrary to what you're claiming so you won't post them.

This is 4K Optimized at Asus BIOS 2088 1.075v. 6142 memory.



This is stock BIOS 2062 1.031v 6142 memory.



And all my games I run 4K so I'm definitely going with the Asus BIOS. smile.gif

If you folks really want to see some power-throttling insanity, try running it in 'custom' mode with 8k resolution, but with the '4k optimized' shaders.

On my 1070 with a 200w power limit (up from 150w default, so 33% higher!) I get no throttling at all in 8k res with the 8k shaders, but it hits that power limit hard with the '4k optimized' shaders.

It might not be obvious, but the '4k optimized' shaders are less complex than the '8k optimized' shaders, and both of those are less complex than the Medium or Extreme ones.

On 4k Extreme on my 1070, it only gets like 2.5fps, haha. Even if this benchmark supported SLI (which it doesn't for now), 4-way SLI Titan Xp would still be a slideshow at 4k Extreme.

Asus BIOS at 2062 1.025v, no shunt mod, barely throttles, can do memory higher than stock BIOS stable at +659.

    
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My V/F Curve this is using an NZXT X61 Waterblock and Kraken G10. (This is not an AIO, I did a ghetto mod to connect the waterblock to my custom loop with 2x 280mm rads. Ambient is at 21C.) Memory at +400(5900MHz). My card is an FE with stock bios btw.





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I don't take any stock in your made up theories. Did you even run the nvidia command with furmark running to test power draw like someone said to do or you did and the results were contrary to what you're claiming so you won't post them.

This is 4K Optimized at Asus BIOS 2088 1.075v. 6142 memory.



This is stock BIOS 2062 1.031v 6142 memory.



And all my games I run 4K so I'm definitely going with the Asus BIOS. smile.gif



How is this not enough? I don't see how that command is going to change anything. I ran Furmark and logged the max power draws, and it's funny because you're more than capable of doing it yourself and you have a PSU that can read your wattage.

BloodHawk did a test with his PSU and he saw similar results to mine.

I haven't see you prove that the ASUS bios has a magic extra 30 watts, if anything you're the one that's hiding. You have all the capable tools to try and prove that there's an extra 30 watts for us to draw form and you haven't.
Edited by SlimJ87D - 4/11/17 at 11:34pm
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Asus BIOS at 2062 1.025v, no shunt mod, barely throttles, can do memory higher than stock BIOS stable at +659.

Note that I said 8k res with the '4k optimized' (more complex than 8k optimized) shaders. wink.gif

4k res with 4k optimized shaders doesn't power throttle for me either.
If you haven't tried it yet, definitely worth trying 4k/8k with 'Extreme' shaders just for the eye candy, even if it is < 10fps.
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I don't take any stock in your made up theories. Did you even run the nvidia command with furmark running to test power draw like someone said to do or you did and the results were contrary to what you're claiming so you won't post them.

This is 4K Optimized at Asus BIOS 2088 1.075v. 6142 memory.



This is stock BIOS 2062 1.031v 6142 memory.



And all my games I run 4K so I'm definitely going with the Asus BIOS. smile.gif



How is this not enough? I don't see how that command is going to change anything. I ran Furmark and logged the max power draws, and it's funny because you're more than capable of doing it yourself and you have a PSU that can read your wattage.

BloodHawk did a test with his PSU and he saw similar results to mine.

I haven't see you prove that the ASUS bios has a magic extra 30 watts, if anything you're the one that's hiding. You have all the capable tools to try and prove that there's an extra 30 watts for us to draw form and you haven't.

Did you even see my last 4K run, it was way higher than my 4K stock run at same clocks. And I've told you before, Asus BIOS power limits a lot less, even at higher voltages.

I find though much more stable and less power limiting going on at lower voltages at lower clocks. And remember, I have not done the shunt mod so Asus BIOS has it uses, I heard someone else say it's like a safe poor man's shunt mod.

I figure I'll let you test the voltages the way I suggested as your determined and on a mission to prove me wrong, I have no need to prove you wrong to be honest, it's just annoying you talk out of your hat so much with no real proof of a lot of the claims you make, baked up theories of why you THINK you are right. rolleyes.gif

And I said before the maximum power draw of a PSU really isn't indicative of the power draw each or both PSU power leads are drawing.
    
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@Thingyness

This is quite interesting, the stock bios at some point pulled 332 Watts and then software+hardware kicked in and told it to back off.



Here's to hoping there is a way to turn of this regulator that kicks it down to 300 Watts
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Asus BIOS at 2062 1.025v, no shunt mod, barely throttles, can do memory higher than stock BIOS stable at +659.


To each his own then. My results are pretty much close to the same as yours except I can't OC my memory as high as your card. This is the stock bios. I have no clue why the stock bios scores so low for you.



I'll test the ASUS bios right now and see how that fairs. If I get better results then I'll post them up.

Edit: crap I had g-sync on in the above run.

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ASUS


Edited by SlimJ87D - 4/12/17 at 12:32am
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