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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

You're on a FE? Superposition is a power hungry son of a B... If you're on a FE you'll definitely hit power limiting on it.

I hit power limits doing 2088@ 1.000V!


im not counting benchmark gaming is all i care about
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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

So I hear you guys talk about perfcap a lot, but I'm not sure what it is. How does this GPU-Z monitoring look? This is while playing Tom Clancy Wildlands. The clock speeds aren't correct because I had to go to the desktop to screenshot GPU-Z. My clock speed of 2062 held throughout playing.


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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

Looks like you need to unlock your power slider all the way to the max and also the voltage slider.

You pretty much have everything right now. Thermal throttling, power limiting, voltage limiting.

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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

Hmm. My power slider is all the way at 125% which is the max. I don't see how I'm getting thermal throttling. The GPU hasn't gone over 51C while playing and I haven't dropped any bins at all. It's held my overclock of 2063 the entire time.

The reason you see the clock speeds like that is because I had to alt tab to the desktop to take a screenshot and it drops my clocks when I do that.

Any second opinions?

EDIT: Looking at afterburner, my power is around 85% while playing the game so that doesn't even seem close to the 125% I have it set to.

Here is my power info from the cmd. Did this at the desktop hence the 101.7 watt draw.


==============NVSMI LOG==============

Timestamp : Sat Apr 15 14:35:44 2017
Driver Version : 381.65

Attached GPUs : 1
GPU 0000:01:00.0
Power Readings
Power Management : Supported
Power Draw : 101.70 W
Power Limit : 375.00 W
Default Power Limit : 300.00 W
Enforced Power Limit : 375.00 W
Min Power Limit : 150.00 W
Max Power Limit : 375.00 W
Power Samples
Duration : 2.37 sec
Number of Samples : 119
Max : 104.84 W
Min : 79.31 W
Avg : 91.10 W


C:\Program Files\NVIDIA Corporation\NVSMI>

I'm going to bump this because it was buried after @KedarWolf was announced as the new overseer of this thread (congrats)!! I'm just a little confused as to what is going on with my Perfcap. The card is averaging 51C in gaming and holds my overclock perfectly fine. Set the power limit to 125% (375w) in MSI afterburner and run a custom voltage curve for 2063 @ 1.043v. The card never drops bins. So what exactly is going on here? I want to learn. I feel like I have to learn everything over again with this 1080 Ti!
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guys, quick question, I was using the curve method shown in the thread created by KedarWolf (thanks brah!) and had good results but how to you like save your curve? I mean I was able to save the settings on the sliders that corresponded with the curve but I see pics on here of some members MSI AB And I see where it says "curve" on the slider. Is there some way of like confirming or switching to curve that does that? Like I hit cntrl-F to bring it up is there a keyboard command that saves it?
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You're on a FE? Superposition is a power hungry son of a B... If you're on a FE you'll definitely hit power limiting on it.

I hit power limits doing 2088@ 1.000V!


Judging by the curve what you have done is limited yourself to 2088mhz but voltage is uncapped, select the point above 1.000v and press control+L that will cap it, close the curve and apply, 2088 is really high for 1.000v you shouldnt powerlimit at that.
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I'm going to bump this because it was buried after @KedarWolf was announced as the new overseer of this thread (congrats)!! I'm just a little confused as to what is going on with my Perfcap. The card is averaging 51C in gaming and holds my overclock perfectly fine. Set the power limit to 125% (375w) in MSI afterburner and run a custom voltage curve for 2063 @ 1.043v. The card never drops bins. So what exactly is going on here? I want to learn. I feel like I have to learn everything over again with this 1080 Ti!

Try putting the voltage to 1.050, 1.062 and onward.

I believe your card wants more voltage + power to run the core to its true potential.

lower 1.043 to 2050 and keep 2063 at 1.050 and continue on. Let us know what the perf cap shows after that.
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Judging by the curve what you have done is limited yourself to 2088mhz but voltage is uncapped, select the point above 1.000v and press control+L that will cap it, close the curve and apply, 2088 is really high for 1.000v you shouldnt powerlimit at that.

That was just me testing the power limiting of the card. I purposely did a "1 Volt challenge."

I play games at 2088 Mhz @ 1.050v and rarely hit a power limit. Superposition is just power hungry, it's a stress test in itself. Not realistic for game purposes.
Edited by SlimJ87D - 4/15/17 at 3:11pm
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That's not a bad idea, whatever helps us.

Can the survey be edited? You'll have to keep up with all the latest cards that come out on it.

Sent you the details and a follow-up for you and @KedarWolf to consider. Another route is to require a GPU-Z validation link to help weed out trolls. Just a thought.
Edited by joder - 4/15/17 at 3:23pm
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People can edit it tongue.gif

Yeah I have it open right now. I watched you edit and type your information in lol.

But I can close it to Kedarwolf, and a select few users and just open it for "comments" only.

So comments will show on on the side and the users that are allowed to edit it can add people.

Thanks for your help, really improved the OP!!
    
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Can all of you who joined the Owner's Club please provide a GPU-Z validation link as well?
    
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guys, quick question, I was using the curve method shown in the thread created by KedarWolf (thanks brah!) and had good results but how to you like save your curve? I mean I was able to save the settings on the sliders that corresponded with the curve but I see pics on here of some members MSI AB And I see where it says "curve" on the slider. Is there some way of like confirming or switching to curve that does that? Like I hit cntrl-F to bring it up is there a keyboard command that saves it?

Just hit the 'Apply' checkmark right in Afterburner. Don't know a key commands.
    
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