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Yup voltage curve looks like this:


I just tried this and after about 10 minutes of playing Tom Clancy's Wildlands I saw that my voltage had jumped up to 1.062v from 1.012v. Running a core clock of 2025. Not sure why it jumped up 5 bins like that. Before this I was running 2063 @ 1.062v. Looks like my card really likes 1.062v. BTW TC Wildlands is VERY CPU dependent. More so than any of the other games I play.

After much experimenting with many BIOS etc. Why I need to do to stop voltages from jumping around is CTRL D for default curve, hit the check mark to apply, then hold shift and put the top most line one point higher than the voltage you want, so if you want say 2032 drag level line holding shift to 2041 core, hit the check mark to apply, it'll stay at 2032 after you do.

Next you drag the voltage point you want to 2041 core, so for me it's 1.000v to 2041, apply it again, now from a straight line from 1.000v to the right it'll be at 2032. Lastly I smooth out the curve below 1.000 to 2025 at .993, 2012 at .981 and gradually lower.

By applying the core point one point higher then the core speed you want, like 2041 fur a 2032 core speed it doesn't jump higher.

Another example If you put say 2025 at 1.000v at 2025 directly and hit apply the voltage will jump to .1.062v at times for some reason.

But if you put it at 2032 at 1.000v, hit apply, it'll actually apply to 2025 at 1.000v on s straight line to the right and NOT jump higher at all.

I might make a quick video about this trick. smile.gif
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Running? He once ran it at that core until his card blew up. Now he's just a broken man, a shadow of his old self. Now he keeps epeening that he used to have a good card until it blew up. He waits for people to show their benchmarks and then brags about his veteran past with his old card before it blew up biggrin.gif

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Will moving the slider too high in the boost clock make the card request too much voltage and burn it or is the only way to burn it by messing with the actual voltage curve under the gear setting?
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After much experimenting with many BIOS etc. Why I need to do to stop voltages from jumping around is CTRL D for default curve, hit the check mark to apply, then hold shift and put the top most line one point higher than the voltage you want, so if you want say 2032 drag level line holding shift to 2041 core, hit the check mark to apply, it'll stay at 2032 after you do.

Next you drag the voltage point you want to 2041 core, so for me it's 1.000v to 2041, apply it again, now from a straight line from 1.000v to the right it'll be at 2032. Lastly I smooth out the curve below 1.000 to 2025 at .993, 2012 at .981 and gradually lower. By applying the core point one point higher then the core speed you want, like 2041 fur a 2032 core speed it doesn't jump higher.

Another example If you put say 2025 at 1.000v at 2025 directly and hit apply the voltage will jump to .1.062v at times for some reason.

But if you put it at 2032 at 1.000v, hit apply, it'll actually apply to 2025 at 1.000v and NOT jump around at all.

I might make s quick video about this trick. smile.gif

Exactly what I do. Fastest way to. But if you're power limited, I'd do the same thing but going backwards, increasing lower bins for superpositon and TimeSpy.
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Will moving the slider too high in the boost clock make the card request too much voltage and burn it or is the only way to burn it by messing with the actual voltage curve under the gear setting?

No, your card when it hits power limits will down volt. It will down volt to around 0.992v and then probably start lowering your clocks.
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I can do 2012 core, 6142 memory at .975v and avoid all throttling under water even in stock BIOS and I still get 10862 on TimeSpy at those settings. biggrin.gif

Whats your timespy graphics score at that setting ?

I didn't know if I saved a screen, on my way home from work.

On transit, darn it, I don't text and drive, what kinda wolf do you think I am anyways. redface.gif
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No, your card when it hits power limits will down volt. It will down volt to around 0.992v and then probably start lowering your clocks.

If the card down volts on its own when it hits the power target them how did dstealth end up burning his card? It seems like the save guards would prevent that from happening.

Sorry if I am asking these noob questions. I'm just trying to understand more.
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I find for 24/7 clocks the best way to get high benches and stable for every day use is find the highest core at lowest voltage no shunt mod you don't power limit at at all in TimeSpy and Superposition, best stable memory clock yuo can get, then a a bit lower then that, run that for your 24/7 clocks. smile.gif

For me on stock BIOS it's .975v, 2012 core, 6147 memory. biggrin.gif
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I can do 2012 core, 6142 memory at .975v and avoid all throttling under water even in stock BIOS and I still get 10862 on TimeSoy at those settings. biggrin.gif

What happens when a card does hit the power limit? Does it lower fps due to the throttle?

Core speeds go lower so yes, it'll affect FPS and I get more consistent better scores with clocks not jumping around than if they do jump all over. smile.gif
    
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So anyone else's Aorus NON- EXTREME hitting 80+C while running Heaven in 4K extreme or am I just lucky?

This was done with the fans at 100% too mad.gif



On Auto fan curve card got to 88 and then killed Heaven... I don't get why it's soooo hot. On the upside card doesn't see to throttle much, I'm not really seeing many perf caps unlike my founders or the TXp.

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So anyone else's Aorus NON- EXTREME hitting 80+C while running Heaven in 4K extreme or am I just lucky?

This was done with the fans at 100% too mad.gif



On Auto fan curve card got to 88 and then killed Heaven... I don't get why it's soooo hot. On the upside card doesn't see to throttle much, I'm not really seeing many perf caps unlike my founders or the TXp.


And you did a re-tim?
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