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So basically just move 2063 from 1.043v to 1.05v and then adjust the rest of the curve below 1.043? Thanks for the response!

You might not even have to adjust the other ones, just move 1.043v down to 2050 so your next highest bin is 2063 @ 1.050v. If you're still getting voltage perf cap, then try 1.062 but I think you'll be good with 1.050v.

My card likes 2088@1.050v. I still get some minor power limiting and I end up at 2076@1.043v.
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This is what I was running TimeSpy at to get that power draw. 30 FPS. Only scene 2.

It bit much to ask, but it would be nice to see how much you can draw without power limiting. just run the same test but keep lowering the clocks until it does limit anymore. Remember its not about how high you clk or score, just interested in power smile.gif

I'm having issues running TimeSpy with Afterburner where it jumps from 1.000v to 1.062v on test two and power limits even though I have it in a flat line on Afterburner after 1.000v.

So I did a Unigine Superposition 1080p Extreme at 1.075 v 2088 core and had zero power limiting.

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Are evga precision and msi afteburner stable these days?
They used to crash my games all the time back in 2015 when i was using them with the titan x maxwell.
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I'm having issues running TimeSpy with Afterburner where it jumps from 1.000v to 1.062v on test two and power limits even though I have it in a flat line on Afterburner after 1.000v.

So I did a Unigine Superposition 1080p Extreme at 1.075 v 2088 core and had zero power limiting.

GPU-ZSensorLog.txt 30k .txt file


Yeah, Timespy doesn't like Afterburner. It kind of just seizures, voltages and clocks go everywhere.

And for whatever reason, it takes Timespy like 60 seconds to initiate a benchmark on my PC.

I like Heaven as a benchmark for realistic game performance and Superposition for stress test + benchmark more.
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I'm having issues running TimeSpy with Afterburner where it jumps from 1.000v to 1.062v on test two and power limits even though I have it in a flat line on Afterburner after 1.000v.

So I did a Unigine Superposition 1080p Extreme at 1.075 v 2088 core and had zero power limiting.

GPU-ZSensorLog.txt 30k .txt file


Time Spy GPU test 2 is very power demanding, that's why are clocks jumping so much during it. It is actually the 2nd most power demanding test i know, 1st is Furmark.
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No, I'm going to use CLU on top of the resistors but first let 2 coats of liquid electrical tape dry around the components and solder joints of the resistors.

Show us photos of how it looks like when it's done smile.gif What are your clocks and TDP when running Furmark in GPU-Z and MSI AB?
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Time Spy GPU test 2 is very power demanding, that's why are clocks jumping so much during it. It is actually the 2nd most power demanding test i know, 1st is Furmark.
well, before SuPo came out. Now supo 8k optimized, or 8k with the extreme shaders, that's all power limit, i use ~400w in that in spikes, like 10 fps lol.
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My take on SLI. It damn does top card cool because blocked fan. I couldn't wait so got FE. Wish I would have went atx not matx and then maybe temps better.
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well, before SuPo came out. Now supo 8k optimized, or 8k with the extreme shaders, that's all power limit, i use ~400w in that in spikes, like 10 fps lol.

400W for card only or total system consumption? Time Spy GPU test 2 dips to 1924MHz for a sec at one point every time, SuPo 1949MHz also for a sec, so Time Spy wins for me biggrin.gif
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400W for card only or total system consumption? Time Spy GPU test 2 dips to 1924MHz for a sec at one point every time, SuPo 1949MHz also for a sec, so Time Spy wins for me biggrin.gif
card, but to be clear, i mean it spikes to that. runs mostly around 340w in that test. +. It's crazy. I am on Aorus, remember, it's got 375w limit.


Hey, guys, here's the Aorus extreme teardown....https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pCBzhZlzFoE
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