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100% is 1700RPM

Damn, too bad. Thanks.
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I'm losing hope... mad.gif
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Im so confused with the voltage curve and perf cap. If I run 2025@ 1.062V I get Pwr, VRel, and VOp perf cap but if I move that point upto 2038@1.062V I get no perf cap. What's going on? My curve looks like this:

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I'm losing hope... mad.gif

For what?
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you guys want to test your GPUs? Play this in 8K 60fps! tongue.gif
     
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I can confirm the bios is definitely giving 15 extra watts legitimately. My scores are slightly higher than my stock BIOS.

The Inno3d is closer to a reference design so that's why it must be performing better than the Asus bios for me.

Still hitting perf cap as 15 watts is honestly... Not that muchlonger more power...

Higher score is Inno3D bios.




EDIT: Although I can run a benchmark with it, I still do not recommend this bios as I can't play Witcher 3 with it. It crashes.
Edited by SlimJ87D - 4/16/17 at 11:57am
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For a bios working on FE.
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Seems i had a defective card or at least some of the components not sure what they're for...but yesterday while playing 2088@1.043v temperatures were in 58-63* range with a very aggressive fan curve my PC shut down instantly ... it was late and went to bеd...
Today disassembled the card and it looked burned on the back, attaching picture
The saddest thing is it was connected via DVI port and took my good old precious 30" 2560х1600 IPS Apple cinema HD monitor with it mad.gif
aaaaaaaaaaaaawwwwwwwwwwwwww, man, that's horrible!
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Im so confused with the voltage curve and perf cap. If I run 2025@ 1.062V I get Pwr, VRel, and VOp perf cap but if I move that point upto 2038@1.062V I get no perf cap. What's going on? My curve looks like this:


I really don't understand this perfcap stuff. I'm running 2063 @ 1.043v and the card stays under 51C. I never drop any bins, but I guess I'm getting all those too. What exactly does those mean? Here is mine after playing tom Clancy Wildlands. Had to alt tab to the desktop to get the screenshot so ignore the clock speeds. If anyone can explain what all this means it would be appreciated.

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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 don't power limit at 2025 core, .981v, +618 memory in TimeSpy or Superposition 4K Optimized. The pic is my TimeSpy run. smile.gif

Asus BIOS and still getting a respectable score. biggrin.gif




Edited by KedarWolf - 4/16/17 at 12:39pm
    
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