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Originally Posted by gmpotu View Post

Check this out guys!



Been gaming like this for over an hour with no issues. I decided to forget the curve and just slide the whole default curve up and find a stable spot.

Is there anything wrong with the card running at 1.093v for 24/7 use if it seems stable like this?

I don't even know what youre trying to show us here. Are you running superposition, TimeSpy or firestrike? It doesn't look like it.
post #7122 of 10620
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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

I'm having a lot of luck with this 1v challenge. So I bumped up my core from 2012 to 2038 @ 1.00v and it's completely stable. Before I learned about the lock function on the curve I was running 2063 @ 1.063v. Now I just lock it at 1v and the bins don't move. It's fantastic. I'm getting no Perfcap's and with the locked bin and gameplay seems smoother since it's not always jumping all over the place. Been playing Ghost Recon Wildlands at this clock speed for a couple hours now. I'm really surprised I'm getting no Perfcaps. Will enjoy my 2038 tonight and tomorrow after work I'll try to bump it up a little more.


Youre getting gpu utilization perf cap, not sure if it's your cpu or the card can't be fully utilized because your locked it. But locking isn't the way to go, you have to let these cards adjust themselves like they're meant to. Try doing some benchmarks and see if locking even helps you.
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OK! I have my EVGA 1080Ti SC finally! Now what do I do? biggrin.gif

It spins up to almost 2GHz with no adjustments playing Witcher 3. That game looks amazing now btw! going from a 780 to a 1080Ti.
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OK! I have my EVGA 1080Ti SC finally! Now what do I do? biggrin.gif

It spins up to almost 2GHz with no adjustments playing Witcher 3. That game looks amazing now btw! going from a 780 to a 1080Ti.

Just play games and enjoy the card. Don't post here, it'll eating your soul. You'll benchmark more than you'll actually game.
post #7125 of 10620
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Just play games and enjoy the card. Don't post here, it'll eating your soul. You'll benchmark more than you'll actually game.

Agree 100% I wish I never started down this path. I've watched heaven benchmark more since I got my 1080ti than game.

Hate you all!!
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Youre getting gpu utilization perf cap, not sure if it's your cpu or the card can't be fully utilized because your locked it. But locking isn't the way to go, you have to let these cards adjust themselves like they're meant to. Try doing some benchmarks and see if locking even helps you.

I had no idea that grey meant gpu perf cap, but the card is in a x16 Gigabyte G1 Gaming 7 with a 6700k @ a stable 4.7 Ghz and 3400Mhz G.Skill Trident Z. I'll have to check, but I'm pretty sure I see that all the time even when I'm not locked. As for locking, it's easy to switch profiles in afterburner. My card likes to jump up 3 or 4 bins so it will be running 2000core @ 125% power limit at 1.00v, but then it will jump up bins and be running 1.063v after a couple minutes in benchmarks it just likes high voltages for some reason so this solves that problem. Honestly I'm just messing around with the card with undervolting and stuff, but EK releases the waterblock I want to see how the card outperforms under the same scenarios.
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I had no idea that grey meant gpu perf cap, but the card is in a x16 Gigabyte G1 Gaming 7 with a 6700k @ a stable 4.7 Ghz and 3400Mhz G.Skill Trident Z. I'll have to check, but I'm pretty sure I see that all the time even when I'm not locked. As for locking, it's easy to switch profiles in afterburner. My card likes to jump up 3 or 4 bins so it will be running 2000core @ 125% power limit at 1.00v, but then it will jump up bins and be running 1.063v after a couple minutes in benchmarks it just likes high voltages for some reason so this solves that problem. Honestly I'm just messing around with the card with undervolting and stuff, but EK releases the waterblock I want to see how the card outperforms under the same scenarios.

If it's green in gpuz it's power limited. Grey is per ult I think it's waiting to be used?? I get grey when my card is idle
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I had no idea that grey meant gpu perf cap, but the card is in a x16 Gigabyte G1 Gaming 7 with a 6700k @ a stable 4.7 Ghz and 3400Mhz G.Skill Trident Z. I'll have to check, but I'm pretty sure I see that all the time even when I'm not locked. As for locking, it's easy to switch profiles in afterburner. My card likes to jump up 3 or 4 bins so it will be running 2000core @ 125% power limit at 1.00v, but then it will jump up bins and be running 1.063v after a couple minutes in benchmarks it just likes high voltages for some reason so this solves that problem. Honestly I'm just messing around with the card with undervolting and stuff, but EK releases the waterblock I want to see how the card outperforms under the same scenarios.

Are you sure locking is helping you, have you compared benchmarks in several situations? If it is helping you, more power to you. These are just my findings personally.

Locking didn't help me at all. If there was a time my card was hitting power limits pre-shunt mod, then it couldn't and it would just run gimped with low GPU utilization meaning the GPU wasn't being used to its full potential. Grey. If there was a time my card actually wanted to access more voltage to make gameplay smoother or more stable, it couldn't. Vrel orange. Not having a lock allowed me card to stay at 99% GPU utilization and avoid any voltage limitation, in other words I was deactivating boost 3.0 by locking my card.
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

Are you sure locking is helping you, have you compared benchmarks in several situations? If it is helping you, more power to you. These are just my findings personally.

Locking didn't help me at all. If there was a time my card was hitting power limits pre-shunt mod, then it couldn't and it would just run gimped with low GPU utilization meaning the GPU wasn't being used to its full potential. Grey. If there was a time my card actually wanted to access more voltage to make gameplay smoother or more stable, it couldn't. Vrel orange. Not having a lock allowed me card to stay at 99% GPU utilization and avoid any voltage limitation, in other words I was deactivating boost 3.0 by locking my card.

Oh, so grey is GPU utilization? If you look at the afterburner monitor you can see that while gaming I was at a steady 98-99% GPU utilization. I was on the desktop for a little while before snapping the picture.
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Agree 100% I wish I never started down this path. I've watched heaven benchmark more since I got my 1080ti than game.

Hate you all!!
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lol true story
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