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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

No, this was before I had the shunt. The silicon gods were just nice to me this round. Makes up for the crappy 980 Ti I got last generation.

2075-2088 @ 1.000v. No shunt mod here.

That's crazy! The most I got was 2050@1.000v to complete superposition, 3dmark, heaven.
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Then no hope ? tongue.gif

Dude ... 2000mhz is awesome ... 2012mhz is also awesome ... hell, you wouldn't notice any in game difference really even if you were only running 1900mhz ... your card is fine man.

And I'm positive you could run your card at 1.093 volts every day and never have any issue ...

BTW: after repaste of the Seahawk .. just did 45minutes continues loop of Metro Last Light Benchmark, 1440p all maxed (no SSAA) ... card maxed at 41C .... LOL ... pre repaste Metro: LL bench would load at 54C ... amazing (I think the fan has a good bit to do with it as well) ... you'd think a 3000RPM Scythe fan would be thunderously loud but it's really not ... I can certainly hear it but gaming loud speakers or headphones I'd never even notice ...

Metro Last light, believe or not (the built in Benchmark program) ... still heats my card(s) up more than just about anything ...

Oh yeah ... not a single instance of power limiting according to logs ... but lots of voltage limiting ... whatever that means ... LOL ..
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Hey guys ,

I run a ultra wide monitor 3440x1440p with 1070 , is it worth ugprade to ti ?

Also i hear some news about nvidia volta in Q3 2017 .


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Yes, the board is one of the closes partner reference boards. So that's why it works very well with the FE and the only bios I have recommended to everyone.

BTW, the last two digits is .90 because that's EVGA's vendor bios number IIRC.

Don't know why, but with SC2 bios, i get lower temps than stock, despite having a high OC.

As example, Rainbow Six Siege, playing some maps on terrorist hunt.

Stock bios: 1976Mhz @ 1.031v - 46º

SC2 bios: 2000Mhz @1.025 - 42º

Rad fan, is between 900-1100 rpm (Corsair ML120Pro), and blower fixed at 30%.

Extremely pleased with this bios.

Max OC is 2063Mhz @1.093v, Stock bios was 2038Mhz.

Max temps on superposition, 54º while stock bios was 57º.
post #6535 of 10652
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Don't know why, but with SC2 bios, i get lower temps than stock, despite having a high OC.

As example, Rainbow Six Siege, playing some maps on terrorist hunt.

Stock bios: 1976Mhz @ 1.031v - 46º

SC2 bios: 2000Mhz @1.025 - 42º

Rad fan, is between 900-1100 rpm (Corsair ML120Pro), and blower fixed at 30%.

Extremely pleased with this bios.

Max OC is 2063Mhz @1.093v, Stock bios was 2038Mhz.

Max temps on superposition, 54º while stock bios was 57º.

You can paypal me a beer biggrin.gif
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What RPM do stock FE fans max out at again? Trying to figure out what I should set the SC2 bios fan speed at.
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What RPM do stock FE fans max out at again? Trying to figure out what I should set the SC2 bios fan speed at.

Stock bios max is 4800 RPM.

SC2 bios is 3700 RPM.

With 30% fan with SC2 bios i get 1100RPM.
post #6538 of 10652
Okay so I'm testing 1.000v in Unigen Heaven 4.0 @ 2000 core.
Settings - DX11 / Ultra / Extreme / X8 / 1920x1080

If I press Ctrl + L in AB then it will lock me into 2000 @ 1.000v and my GPU-Z shows clean as a whistle. No Vrel or Pow issues.
However, if I make a flat line from 1.000v to1.100v @ 2000 and press Ctrl + L again to turn it off then my Core sits at like 350mhz and voltage at like 0.770 and GPU-Z shows Pow issues at the low end.
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Which drivers do they use? The Hotfix Driver 381.78 or the official 381.65?
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I don't think I can even do 1950 @ 1.000v on my Asus STRIX model.
I got a little frustrated with trying to test 1.000v so I will go back to it later.

Tested 1.093v and I was able to run 2076 for the full benchmark of Heaven. There was one small part where it stuttered for a quarter of a second around 213 seconds I think close to scene 24/26.
My GPU-Z graphs were clear the whole time. No Pow or Vrel issues and no Rainbow.
My CPU is at 4.222ghz not sure why Heaven Bench does not reflect that.



Ran Superposition with a new curve starting from the back side at 1.093v and only had a couple of spots that had POW issue but never dropped me below 2050 @ 1.050v. The majority of the time I was at 2076 @ 1.093v or 1.081v


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