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Originally Posted by BrainSplatter View Post

As u can see, the new card is configured to use 1100mv @ 1900Mhz, thereas the old one is set to 1050 @ 1900Mhz.

Just search this thread for voltage curve and u will get a lot of info on how to edit it. Quickest try would probably be to press the shift key (will lower all voltage points), select some point and drag it up so it uses something like 1025mv @ 2000Mhz and check stability.

Most cards will do 2000Mhz with something between 1000mv - 1050mv as minimum voltage. Great cards can also do <1000mv @ 2000Mhz.

Thanks again, I will give this a go and post back.
post #6812 of 10432
Still thinking about which card to decide. I want a maximum OC on water with EKWB fc block without any mods.

STRIX OC
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Thanks.wink.gif
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So I started to play with Voltage Curve on my STRIX.

So I started with 1.000V. Max clock I was able to be stable in Heaven with Ctrl+L lock on it was 2025. Droped in the end of the run to 2012.

Now my AB/RT overlay showed me constantly during this:

LIM: POWER

However max Power Consumption used by GPU during this runs was merely 93,3% so nowhere near 120%.

Max Voltage was of course 1.000 since it was locked.

Now I want to start working on other bins but why did I have LIM: POWER all the time?

EDIT: Also If I play with voltage curves- do I need to touch Voltage Slider at all?
Edited by Benny89 - 4/24/17 at 7:49am
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I want a maximum OC on water with EKWB fc block without any mods.

Max OC depends on silicon lottery, not brand. Much higher voltage limit also seems to be less important than previous gens. If default cooler doesn't matter, just get the one which has the highest power limit to avoid throttling because of hitting power limit. But another card with lower power limit might still be faster in benches because the chip has lower voltage requirements and uses less power (again silicon lottery).
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Originally Posted by Benny89 View Post

So I started to play with Voltage Curve on my STRIX.

So I started with 1.000V. Max clock I was able to be stable in Heaven with Ctrl+L lock on it was 2025. Droped in the end of the run to 2012.

Now my AB/RT overlay showed me constantly during this:

LIM: POWER

However max Power Consumption used by GPU during this runs was merely 93,3% so nowhere near 120%.

Max Voltage was of course 1.000 since it was locked.

Now I want to start working on other bins but why did I have LIM: POWER all the time?

EDIT: Also If I play with voltage curves- do I need to touch Voltage Slider at all?

I've found some clock speeds limit no matter what and 2025 will limit to 2012. You need to use 2032 or 2012 to get it not to limit. redface.gif
    
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Still thinking about which card to decide. I want a maximum OC on water with EKWB fc block without any mods.

STRIX OC
Aorus
Aorus Xtreme

Thanks.wink.gif

Here, this has all the answers to your questions.

https://tinyurl.com/2tx
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I can't believe the amount of misinformed crap I've just read in the last pages concerning psu's needed wattage, even so when the 'data' came from alleged engineers.

A good quality PSU (and I mean a good one) is rated to last you at least the same number of years it offers you in warranty. I've been using a Seasonic X 650 for about 6 years now, and my rig has always been on the top side. Not a single problem whatsoever. Why in the hell a company would offer five or ten years of warranty if it wouldn't be sure of it? Makes no marketing sense at all. Stop alarming people and urging them into buying +1000W psu's.

Of course, the power load is related with efficiency, but that doesn't mean lifespan also is, at least in a noticeable manner. Overclocking may very well shorten the lifespan of our hardware, bit I don't think that stops people from doing it. And that is because the rate in which a MODERATE oc degrades your hardware is not even as much important as the performance/fun you get from it.

For SLI 1080Ti's and my 5820k a 1000 watt from EVGA did not cut it. I would get reboots due to loss of power. Now with the 1200watt Corsair everything runs great and no more reboots while gaming.
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For SLI 1080Ti's and my 5820k a 1000 watt from EVGA did not cut it. I would get reboots due to loss of power. Now with the 1200watt Corsair everything runs great and no more reboots while gaming.
Measured last night with a Kill-a-watt at the wall...

6950x + 2x1080ti FE OC to ~2000 + 2 EK pumps running aida64 stress cpu, gpu, cache (not FPU).

700-800W from the wall.

Fortunately I have a 1600W PSU. biggrin.gif

Unfortunately, I need to move some of my computes off this circuit.
post #6819 of 10432
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For SLI 1080Ti's and my 5820k a 1000 watt from EVGA did not cut it. I would get reboots due to loss of power. Now with the 1200watt Corsair everything runs great and no more reboots while gaming.

I actually run SLI 1080Ti + 7700K@5.1Ghz on a 800W BeQuiet E10-CM-Straight Power lol. A review showed that it can deliver >800W but I am feeling a little uneasy but so far no problems but thinking about upgrading wink.gif

My device to measure power draw on the outlet also doesn't work because it's tiny battery is empty.
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Measured last night with a Kill-a-watt at the wall...

6950x + 2x1080ti FE OC to ~2000 + 2 EK pumps running aida64 stress cpu, gpu, cache (not FPU).

700-800W from the wall.

Fortunately I have a 1600W PSU. biggrin.gif

Unfortunately, I need to move some of my computes off this circuit.

Ive got the 1080Ti's to 2038/6000 @ 1.063, 5820k @ 1.32, 9 Fans, 3 Pumps, OCed Ram at 1.37, and Im at 4k. 1000 watts from the Supernova PS was not enough. Maybe it's the quality of the PSU? I dunno, I was under the impression that EVGA was really good for PSU's.
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