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What does voltage lock do when you are tweaking the curve?
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because g-sync doesnt work between 135-144 and because I also have a 4k/60 and fast sync works great on that. And fast sync adds no input lag, it just stops screen tearing. fast on or off is the same on input lag so no worries there. i used to always run off , too, but i prefer this method now.

Cool, because of Gsync ain't as great as the refresh rate smile.gif maybe better to run the limiter at 133hz in that case? did see where they said Fast Sync was a bit stuttery even if lag was low. Think I should be safe with Sync off at sub 100hz smile.gif
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Flashed My Gaming X with Asus Stric OC vBios and works perfectly.

After further testing today I had to add 100Mhz to core and 117% power limit to get 2012Mhz in game for BF1 and it was crashing on stock Gaming X vBios.

Flashed Strix bios this evening and now a +75mhz OC and 120% power limit yields 2025Mhz on core and was stable for over an hour of BF1. This also removed a weird microstutter issue the MSI vBios seemed to have. I will keep pushing the core and see what I can get before I even touch the voltage or manual curves.

Anyone having issues on Gaming X should give the Asus vBios a go.
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Cool, because of Gsync ain't as great as the refresh rate smile.gif maybe better to run the limiter at 133hz in that case? did see where they said Fast Sync was a bit stuttery even if lag was low. Think I should be safe with Sync off at sub 100hz smile.gif
no doubt. sync off its still gravy, probably a lock at 135 would be ideal.


OR... uh... Maybe time to give ULMB another day in court. Could set monitor up as a ULMB @ 120Hz , frame rate locked at 119 and have fast sync so no tearing. Ive never felt any sort of stutter. Oh, wow, Im actually going to try that out.
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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.

Just finished playing World of Warcraft at max settings 1920x1080 with SSAA on for the whole night and during raid.

I thought I was good to go with locking my card 2075@1.093v. No issues all night and no power limits and temps below 55c most of the night. Then out of the blue when I'm doing some easy solo questing the entire computer crashes with power loss. Now any time I try to launch wow the computer crashes even if I go back to stock settings. Funny thing is that after playing with the clocks I wound up liking the default curve and just increasing the core by 80 and locking it with Ctrl + L at 1.093v. I was noticing avg 60-144 fps depending on location or if it was a crazy animated fight.

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Hmm now that my system crashed with WOW it won't run at all. I just ran Super Position and Heaven Bench fine but as soon as I launch the .exe for WOW the system reboots.
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Just finished playing World of Warcraft at max settings 1920x1080 with SSAA on for the whole night and during raid.

I thought I was good to go with locking my card 2075@1.093v. No issues all night and no power limits and temps below 55c most of the night. Then out of the blue when I'm doing some easy solo questing the entire computer crashes with power loss. Now any time I try to launch wow the computer crashes even if I go back to stock settings. Funny thing is that after playing with the clocks I wound up liking the default curve and just increasing the core by 80 and locking it with Ctrl + L at 1.093v. I was noticing avg 60-144 fps depending on location or if it was a crazy animated fight.


looks like that was 2075 @ 1.075 even though it should have locked it at 1.093. Would be better to drop 1.075 and 1.081 a bin so that it ran 2075 at 1.093 properly.

Also sounds like you may have a corrupted file in WoW, and that's why it won't start. Could also be those power issues again?
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because g-sync doesnt work between 135-144 and because I also have a 4k/60 and fast sync works great on that. And fast sync adds no input lag, it just stops screen tearing. fast on or off is the same on input lag so no worries there. i used to always run off , too, but i prefer this method now. Blurbusters recommends vsync on, but i just wont do it and settled on fast to try it out. Been on it everr since. Works great on the 4k, too. Feels like free freeesync lol.

So fast sync + gsync + frame limiter?
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looks like that was 2075 @ 1.075 even though it should have locked it at 1.093. Would be better to drop 1.075 and 1.081 a bin so that it ran 2075 at 1.093 properly.

Also sounds like you may have a corrupted file in WoW, and that's why it won't start. Could also be those power issues again?

Yeah I think a file got corrupted in the Launcher. I opened the wow.exe from the program files folder and it still crashed on me again but eventually I was able to get the launcher to run and do a repair.
This could still be more issues with my PSU even though it seemed to be doing well after switching the PCI-E connectors I was using.

I'll see if dropping the 1.075 and 1.081 a couple of bins to 2050 and dropping 1.093 down to 2067 works better and ends up being more stable. Then I'll post back with how it goes. I bought a corsair HXi 1000W PSU the other day so I might hook that up tomorrow and rerun all my cables to see if the new PSU gives me more stability. I'm pretty sure my current one is over 8 years old. Ultra isn't even a company any more if I remember correctly.
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no doubt. sync off its still gravy, probably a lock at 135 would be ideal.


OR... uh... Maybe time to give ULMB another day in court. Could set monitor up as a ULMB @ 120Hz , frame rate locked at 119 and have fast sync so no tearing. Ive never felt any sort of stutter. Oh, wow, Im actually going to try that out.

Personalty after comparing both ULMB and GSync a lots of time.
With my screen Acer Predator XB271HU
I find ULMB to be a lots better in gaming than g-sync because there is no blur anymore, (I made a lots of test to compare and as an example, going full speed in GTA in a car, you can see better and gauge distance so you make better maneuver between incoming car.
In FirstPersonShooter you can almost keep eye contact with your target as you move your gun to him.
Everything seem clear when you move its night and day

BUT ONLY IF you have high FPS ( I find 90 or more to be the sweet spot) 2x1080ti is giving me that almost everywhere
Because it remove the blur, any stutter of low FPS become so visible that its not fun to play so G-Sync become better.
And if you are not able to see or feel the screen flickering of course.
And if your screen don't have to much ghosting. mine has some but in gameplay I don't see it

So don't be shy to give ULMB a try thumb.gif , you could love it.
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