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post #7261 of 10616
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Originally Posted by Coopiklaani View Post

Pascal doesn't not scale well with voltage under room temperature. Voltages higher than 1.093v can have weird problems. I ran my gtx1080 on Strix OC bios. When I increased voltage above 1.093v, event viwer started to be flooded with PCIE WHEA errors regardless of the GPU frequency.

My goal is to not be at room temperature
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Originally Posted by Coopiklaani View Post

There're actually 2 TDP limit,
Total GPU Power (normalized) [% of TDP] and Total GPU Power [% of TDP]. GPU-Z reads out Total GPU Power [% of TDP] whereas AB reads out Total GPU Power (normalized) [% of TDP] . HWiNFO64 reads both TDPs. Both TDPs limit the max power the card can draw. I can't find a way to increase the normalized TDP unless I flash a BIOS with a higher normalized TDP.

The shunt mod only affects Total GPU Power [% of TDP] but not the normalized TDP.



You can see my card (shunt modded) hits power limit because of the normalized TDP.

Both my normalized and total maximums are within 1% of each other at 99% @ 2100mhz Stock FE Bios, Shunt modded @ 1.063v

99.2 vs 99.4
post #7262 of 10616
Testing out my gaming x so far. 2050 at 1.050 seems to be stable. Haven't done memory yet.
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Pretty crazy how a minor undervolt on the FE makes it so much bearable with better temperatures. Not the most intensive application (was just Unigine Valley), but still dropping from 78 degrees 78% fan speed to 67 degrees 67% fan speed just made it so much better. Might add some conductonaut on it to try and get it down a few more degrees.
post #7264 of 10616
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lol true story
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Originally Posted by Benny89 View Post

I know you are right, I am just obsesed with getting absolutely max out of my hardware in any game and Witcher 3 is denying me that biggrin.gif.

Yea, you right. I was able to run Witcher now at 2012 1.031V at 62C with 55% Fan speed.... Not bad. It runs 2025 before 60C. Maybe if I repaste with Grizzly I could at least get that.

I should really stop reading this thread for god sake..... rolleyes.gifbiggrin.gif

Yeah I was never into benchmarks til I got my 1080ti I saw how much it was taking over my life in such a short amount of time I had to stop it before it got too bad lol

I uninstallled 3dmark and superposition so I don't even have the option. Was spending all my time chasing higher scores instead of playing games haha.
post #7265 of 10616
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Originally Posted by DabboPiff View Post


Yeah I was never into benchmarks til I got my 1080ti I saw how much it was taking over my life in such a short amount of time I had to stop it before it got too bad lol

I uninstallled 3dmark and superposition so I don't even have the option. Was spending all my time chasing higher scores instead of playing games haha.

same here, the temptation was to great for me.

now back to Zelda
post #7266 of 10616
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Originally Posted by foolycooly View Post

I just uninstalled EVGA XOC planning to do a DDU uninstall and reinstall of the drivers. I then tried unplugging my second and third monitor so that only my 144hz monitor was plugged in. It finally downclocked to around 215!

I'm running a few heaven benchmarks with only the single monitor plugged in for comparison to after I plug all 3 monitors back in. I then plan to plug one at a time in and see what happens.

Edit: Plugging in my second 60hz monitor with displayport kept the idles at 215. However, when I plugged my third 60hz panel in with DVI, the clocks spike back up to 1500+. So it seems DVI is the culprit after all. My displayport cable is arriving tomorrow--hoping that running all 3 displays on displayport will correct the issue permanently!

One strange thing is that while my clocks came down to 215, the temperature seems to be sticking at 51c. I find it hard to believe that a 1300 reduction in core clock isn't bring the temperature down at all. Any thoughts?

Fan speed
post #7267 of 10616
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My go to overclock of 2025mhz mostly stays there ... but will eventually downclock to 2012mhz as well ... other areas load and it will go back to 2025mhz ... and so it goes ...

I'm just using a +80 overclock in EVGA Precision X with power and thermal sliders set to max. I never break 43C in game ... don't use a curve ... haven't overvolted either.

Also, I get power limiting all the time ... like every 5 to 20 seconds ... but things are smooth as silk and frames are always 115FPS to 144fps depending on the area so I mean, is that power limit thing even anything to worry about? Don't the cards just do that by default?

It depends on the card when you will hit the power limit. Some obviously are more efficient than other cards at lower voltages. I hit the power limit mostly in benches but not much in actual games. I haven't tried Witcher 3 yet since getting my ti. It's definitely normal behavior. It happens to me too even with my max temps sitting at 34-36c. The AIB card might alleviate how quickly you hit the limit with their higher bios limits and/or if you shunt mod.
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I'm seeing some strangeness on the Palit Bios. I've got the PL set to 116% and NVSMI reports 348 as the enforced PL but during Supo, it still power limits at 100% (300w). I've forced it to 350w with SMI and it takes and the enforced limit changes but no difference once in Supo.

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Originally Posted by Coopiklaani View Post

There're actually 2 TDP limit,
Total GPU Power (normalized) [% of TDP] and Total GPU Power [% of TDP]. GPU-Z reads out Total GPU Power [% of TDP] whereas AB reads out Total GPU Power (normalized) [% of TDP] . HWiNFO64 reads both TDPs. Both TDPs limit the max power the card can draw. I can't find a way to increase the normalized TDP unless I flash a BIOS with a higher normalized TDP.

The shunt mod only affects Total GPU Power [% of TDP] but not the normalized TDP.



You can see my card (shunt modded) hits power limit because of the normalized TDP.

That's exactly what I was seeing, so the Palit bios is raise one of the TDP's, but not both. Asus bios probably does something similar and no matter what, you don't get past the max normalised default FE TDP of 300w
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I'm not exactly sure what the rainbow means but if clocks are not jumping around in Superposition 4K Optimized, Time Spy test 2 and stay at 2012 you're good even with the rainbow. cheers.gif

Was stable in heaven at 2075 at 1.903v, but clocks were jumping like crazy in SuPo. Think I am gonna settle for 2062 at 1.075v for the overclock since that doesnt jump like crazy.
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Originally Posted by foolycooly View Post

I just uninstalled EVGA XOC planning to do a DDU uninstall and reinstall of the drivers. I then tried unplugging my second and third monitor so that only my 144hz monitor was plugged in. It finally downclocked to around 215!

I'm running a few heaven benchmarks with only the single monitor plugged in for comparison to after I plug all 3 monitors back in. I then plan to plug one at a time in and see what happens.

Edit: Plugging in my second 60hz monitor with displayport kept the idles at 215. However, when I plugged my third 60hz panel in with DVI, the clocks spike back up to 1500+. So it seems DVI is the culprit after all. My displayport cable is arriving tomorrow--hoping that running all 3 displays on displayport will correct the issue permanently!

One strange thing is that while my clocks came down to 215, the temperature seems to be sticking at 51c. I find it hard to believe that a 1300 reduction in core clock isn't bring the temperature down at all. Any thoughts?
YO, I CALLED that.
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