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I can't keep up with this thread, there are a lot of people I would like to reply to but every time I attempt to do so, i realize their post was over 75 to 100 pages old. biggrin.gif
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Yes like this question that got buried and never replied to frown.gif

Can/should I use CLU Pro on GPU Die or should I stick with other paste I have on hand Antec Formula 7??
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Originally Posted by buddatech View Post

Yes like this question that got buried and never replied to frown.gif

Can/should I use CLU Pro on GPU Die or should I stick with other paste I have on hand Antec Formula 7??

I'm using MX-4 on mine and it is working fine. I'm under water and I idle at ~22C and the highest I've seen on load was 46C after a few hours of gaming. There is usually only a few degree difference between most of the TIM's.
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I sure am, avatar is pretty distinguishable as the name.
Wasn't hard to Google your name and 1080 Ti.

Voltage unlock vs. Bios flash. Two different things. Also I am looking more for 100 MHz gain here since my ASUS 1080 Ti FE was doing 2050. This one doesn't do more than 1950. If I can use some voltage unlock to get additional 100 MHz, I will be pleased.

Anyways, I am selling the MSI Gaming X POS today and ordered an ASUS STRIX for another chance at lottery.
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Voltage unlock vs. Bios flash. Two different things.

While I avoid Bios flashing myself they are to achieve the same thing. Higher clocks one way or another.
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Can someone guide me on how to unlock voltage on MSI Gaming X. Thanks.
My card is crap and only runs 1949 sustained clocks.

Latest version of afterburner works out of the box. I know a few people have had a hard time downloading, ive prob got the installer somewhere in my downloads folder cesspool if people need it.
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Didn't know. Thanks for the info. Will try and find the download location.
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4.4.0 Beta 6 is the one you seek
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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?

What kind of voltage is +2025 and 2012 at? I had huge problems with just flat offset on core. Once i moved to lower voltages (using the curve) i got much more stable clocks.

So i would recommend trying to use the curve if you haven't. Try to put 2012 at 1.000v, if that works work your way up.
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It's been about a week since i flashed SC2 bios.

In my case, this bios is better than Nvidia stock one.

Can clock a little higher, 2050 @ 1.070v (Stock) vs 2070 @ 1.063v (SC2).

Also, i can mantain better clocks at less voltage. With stock @1v can only do 1950Mhz, and with SC2 bios it ramps up to 1987mhz.

I feel TDP is less intrusive in Superposition 4K, and i get better scores on 1080p Extreme and 4K optimized

1080p Extreme: 6150 with stock bios - 6245 with SC2
4K Optimized: 9910 with Stock - 1215 with SC2

Also for me, as i can downvolt a little more, i got lower temps while gaming. Rainbow Six Siege is about 44-46º, and Witcher 3 about 50-52.

Hybrid Kit.

Keep in mind that at the moment, the AIO pump is connected to GPU fan connector, so i'm eating little tdp from the card. I'm waiting to recieve a cable to connect direc to motherboard.
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