Originally Posted by kevindd992002
Thanks. Now it makes sense to set VSYNC to ON (either in-game or in NVCP) even when using an fps limiter just below your monitor's refresh rate.
I'm really surprised Zotac still has problems with their fans regarding PWM. There was this fluctuation issue near the temp threshold with the 1070 explained here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1613126/gtx-1070-amp-extreme-owners#post_25567515
. I bet your 1080Ti also does this. Not a major issue but certainly a nuisance.
not "on" though, "FAST", because it works better and no perf hit. Right back to what I said 500 pages ago... g-sync on, fast sync on NCP, frame limiter 1 below refresh (2 below >90Hz).
Originally Posted by Benny89
No, she does not
. Unique female example
. Well, she is also glad because she gets my golden 980Ti after me and she will finally be able to max out Witcher 3 so overall she want me to finally upgrade
i also have a gamer girl, and she's hot as hell with a fat ass and doesn't hate. I built her a nice rig and she mostly plays dominion online on it lol (it's a cool card game). NOBODY can beat her though. Ole RukiKusher is like 8000-250 in that games.
Originally Posted by gmpotu What is a "baby voltage bump and lock it one higher up the curve mean"?
Does this mean if I am currently having (1.012v @ 2037) and flatline above (1.012v) then I should move to a lower clock like 1999 @ 1.012v and have the next voltage (1.025v @ 2037) so like try moving my curve up one voltage step?
Should I when testing make the curve flat line on anything above the voltage I'm testing? So like 1.000v and above flatline test.
Once I find max stable I go to (1.012v) and flatline everything above (1.012v) to find the highest stable clock? etc. etc.?
I'm kind of repeating questions but I want to make sure that I'm correctly understanding.
Also, If I don't have a 4K monitor (only 1080p) can I still run the 4k tests with SuPo and other benches? I'm assuming the answer would be NO that it doesn't somehow virtually apply a 4k resolution in like a sandbox environment.
ps. That Rainbow happens to me a lot.
What is locking / unlocking the curve and how do you "lock" the curve?
i meant it may be crashing because it needs just a little more juice, like how a cpu core would. so give it 25mv (baby bump. only 25,50,75,and 100 do anything. all other 'bumps' are redundant). and then go p the scale one more and lock it there. Like, if it's crashing at 1.05v at 2050. try adding +25mv on voltage slider, then open the curve and move one dot to the right (or 'Up"), which would be 1.063, and lock it there. always have one step up between each voltage. I find locking at 1.075v with a +50Mv setting, with 1.08v being the 2100 mark and flat after that, gives me a locked 2088/2075 in benches and games alike. I no longer have any perfcap reasons besides occasional "util" which is nothing and the bench related power throttling. Havent power throttled in a game yet, even witcher 3, but I dont run uncapped frames in 4k. I lock it at 59fps and I think that has kept me from power limiting in that game because it's pretty much locked in 4k at 59.