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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

I'm just going to shunt mod and leave this all behind me.
Ill solder on wire across shunts tonight tongue.gif
post #5342 of 10817
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Can anyone tell me what is the max resolution I'd be able to achieve with the included DisplayPort to DVI adapter?

I'm using an older 30" 2560x1600 panel

1920x1080p 60hz
post #5343 of 10817
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Originally Posted by Nico67 View Post

I ran SuPo off a USB drive (hate installing anything unnecessary on a gaming rig, now that's ocd smile.gif ), this is FE bios getting absolutely crushed smile.gif

2100 stable gaming setting (some games just really bad)



2100 but curve tweaked to try and keep clocks as high as possible 4th run



2138 my game(s) can't handle this, go figure wink.gif



could tune that better, but it only got above 2088 when the load wasn't bad enough to power limit.

Will try Asus for comparison
good enough, my man. I felt a sense of relief when my first 10,450 popped up. I was like, "I'm DONE!".
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Originally Posted by bloodhawk View Post

Ill solder on wire across shunts tonight tongue.gif
tiny wire!
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Originally Posted by buddatech View Post

Can anyone tell me what is the max resolution I'd be able to achieve with the included DisplayPort to DVI adapter?

I'm using an older 30" 2560x1600 panel
you'll need an active adapter. Or new monitor.
Edited by Slackaveli - 4/13/17 at 9:25pm
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post #5344 of 10817
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Results for Asus bios,

2100 tuned to same as FE or close enough



Note to get anywhere near FE bios I added +100 more to the mem clk, Asus doesn't power limit as much but I'm still hitting it around 111% even if it can spike past to 114%


2138 although I think it was going as high as 2152



115% and massively power limited

Asus clks higher or I should say further than FE, curve would be similar but the little extra power allows it to use a few more bins, performance for me at least is not as good as FE and I feel that's because they soften some settings to allow for bigger clks on core and mem that take more voltage and power but probably end up at a similar result with tweaking.
26c temps are full titan block on chilled water cooler system. curve is defaulted, then raise,

1.000 - 2075
1.011 - 2075
1.025 - 2088
1.031 - 2088
1.043 - 2101

then flat at 2101

just see if you drop lower than 2075 in my case, and if so raise the next voltage down to minimize the loss.

Hopefully the shunt mod works, or we get a full unlocked Asus bios, I could work with that smile.gif
Your scores are not right for 2100+/+650 mem ...i have 10600+ 4k optimized on 2063/+500 you're either Throttling or Ecc memory correcting for such clocks...

Undervolted@1.05v due to PT on stock MSI cooler thru thumb.gif

Any suggestions which one to apply on the GPU smile.gif

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That is fascinating, please tell us more! tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by OneCosmic View Post

I have done the shunt mod, but i only put CLU on those 6+8 pin shunts and now during Furmark i can hit 105% TDP in MSI AB, but GPU-Z only shows ~68% TDP on stock FE BIOS and i can see power limit being the limiter during Furmark. Shunt mod obviously works, because i have a AX860i PSU with Power monitoring and the power draw is ~50W higher now running 1924/1949MHz in Furmark instead of 1800-1860MHz before.

Actually when i did the shunt mod i had the Strix BIOS loaded in it and i have seen the same behavior in MSI AB and GPU-Z, but the power draw was the same, simply like if the shunt mod wasn't working and as i suspected flashing back stock BIOS solved the issue and made shunt mod working, so obviously Strix BIOS and Stock FE BIOS are handling power management differently, maybe it has something to do with the fact that i didn't put CLU on the PCIE shunt?

It's better you didn't put it on the pci-e one, safer. Shouldn't draw more from the board itself.

Although did you measure your resistors with a multimeter? I read its recommended to measure them to see if you put enough clu or not.
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I said when running Heaven I wasn't going over 111% which is good, you DON't want to hit the power limit or you'll throttle, lower is better.

But when I'm stress testing with TimeSpy I'm getting 120% off and on which I was doing to test to see if I was getting the 330+ watts which I was.

You'll never get a sustained 120% unless you can find a stress test that pulls that kind of load and I haven't found one that does yet.

I DID hit 120%+ off and on regularly running the custom TimeSpy, it jumps all over the place though.

So is that not similar to when you hit 330 watts on the stock BIOS then? Because it does happen occasionally on the stock BIOS.
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Results for Asus bios,

2100 tuned to same as FE or close enough



Note to get anywhere near FE bios I added +100 more to the mem clk, Asus doesn't power limit as much but I'm still hitting it around 111% even if it can spike past to 114%


2138 although I think it was going as high as 2152



115% and massively power limited

Asus clks higher or I should say further than FE, curve would be similar but the little extra power allows it to use a few more bins, performance for me at least is not as good as FE and I feel that's because they soften some settings to allow for bigger clks on core and mem that take more voltage and power but probably end up at a similar result with tweaking.
26c temps are full titan block on chilled water cooler system. curve is defaulted, then raise,

1.000 - 2075
1.011 - 2075
1.025 - 2088
1.031 - 2088
1.043 - 2101

then flat at 2101

just see if you drop lower than 2075 in my case, and if so raise the next voltage down to minimize the loss.

Hopefully the shunt mod works, or we get a full unlocked Asus bios, I could work with that smile.gif

Looks like your Asus bios results are worse than FE, similar to everyone else's experience, besides KedarWolf.

Truth be told, when we're power limited we're running the core in a gimped state. Who knows if you can truly hold 2138-2152 Mhz on a shunt mod. This is evident when you compare our scores to users without power limiting, them at 2050 Mhz is like us power limited to occasionally hitting 2101 Mhz.

Mod edit: Please use the edit button instead of double and triple posting.
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That is fascinating, please tell us more! tongue.gif
lol, if i double post, which apparently my autistic self does a BUNCH, i edit and since you can't "remove' a post, i just leave that so the clean-up mods have it easy and don't ban me lol.
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Your scores are not right for 2100+/+650 mem ...i have 10600+ 4k optimized on 2063/+500 you're either Throttling or Ecc memory correcting for such clocks...

Undervolted@1.05v due to PT on stock MSI cooler thru thumb.gif

Any suggestions which one to apply on the GPU smile.gif
dat kyro, man. thin layer across the whole die.
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Your scores are not right for 2100+/+650 mem ...i have 10600+ 4k optimized on 2063/+500 you're either Throttling or Ecc memory correcting for such clocks...

Undervolted@1.05v due to PT on stock MSI cooler thru thumb.gif

Any suggestions which one to apply on the GPU smile.gif

If you haven't been paying attention, the FE is power limited so we're all stuck around 10300.

He did get 10428 on the normal bios a page back.
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If you haven't been paying attention, the FE is power limited so we're all stuck around 10300.

He did get 10428 on the normal bios a page back.
not sure how he's getting 10,600 , though. Dat's nasty.
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post #5350 of 10817
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not sure how he's getting 10,600 , though. Dat's nasty.

Never mind 10600 lol I can't even break 10k cuz mine is that bad of a bin. Sigh, the one time I get godlike VRAM and the core is turd.
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