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Originally Posted by viz0id View Post

Sorry I was away to continue replying you but i see BrainSplatter has given you very good answers.

The reason you start at 1.000v is because it is important to find your cards sweet spot. For me, running 1.043v gives me the same clockspeeds as running it at higher volts. The only thing higher volts gives me is more power draw, which again gives me more Perfcaps. So for me the sweet spot was 1.043v.

I'm not an expert or anything, I'm just reporting what worked for me.

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So I'm guessing I will get better results using the curve instead?

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Well, the curve gives definitely the finest control, especially when trying to limit/optimize the power draw. Whether it's worth fiddling around with it to get a few percent extra performance is another thing wink.gif

The one thing only the voltage curve do, is to 'undervolt' the GPU. I have one curve which limits the OC to 1850Mhz @ 0.9v which I use to limit power draw / noise of the SLI configuration since I haven't put my FE's under water yet.

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Originally Posted by viz0id View Post

Yeah that is the strange thing with this card for me. Giving it more voltage just gave me more trouble, giving it less voltage gave me better clocks.

Usually (at least from what I understand) you undervoltage for more effeciency, less power draw and quieter fanprofile. But with my card, giving it lower voltage on the higher clocks, let it sit there more stable and didn't bounce around. (EDIT: Because of the perfcaps on power draw).

So just to clarify; in PxOC, if I use the curve editor and hit apply, then cycle back to the "dashboard", the curve settings will supersede any settings there (voltage limit, sliders, etc.)?
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

Really? I think we just have a LOT more FE owners here in this thread judging from the owners club list.

But if more people filled in the data, we would have a better data sample. Right now in the owners list there's almost 75% FE owners, some aren't OC at all.

True. But I've been reading the posts and most of the high overclocks are coming from FE owners for some reason. The aftermarket owners are mostly complaining about low overclocks like me biggrin.gif.

The other half with good ocs are probably the shunt modders, undoubtedly.
post #7353 of 10855
Can someone plz teach me to use msi afterburner curve, what i want is simple LOWEST voltage @ 2050 24/7 nothing more. I can hit 2063 and 2088 in benchmarks smile.gif
post #7354 of 10855
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Originally Posted by Streamroller View Post

Can someone plz teach me to use msi afterburner curve, what i want is simple LOWEST voltage @ 2050 24/7 nothing more. I can hit 2063 and 2088 in benchmarks smile.gif

try 1.050 or 1.062V - they are most common to hold 2050.

But it depends on game. In some games like BF1 you will be able to hold it no problem, but for example Witcher 3 will make your clocks downclock to lower bins and lower clock no matter what you do. There is also thermal throttling.
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i ve strix 1080 ti with zero voltage i can hit 2038(witcher3) 24/7 and with + 50 % i goes 2050. I dont know how to do curve graph plz explain in screenshot:wubsmiley
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i ve strix 1080 ti with zero voltage i can hit 2038(witcher3) 24/7 and with + 50 % i goes 2050. I dont know how to do curve graph plz explain in screenshot:wubsmiley

2038 with how much overclock on core? what resolution? +50% you mean Voltage Curve?

Here is the guide: http://www.overclock.net/t/1627037/best-method-to-overclock-a-1080-ti-under-water-no-shunt-mod-good-under-air-too-lower-temps
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post #7357 of 10855
+110 on core no curve cuz i said i dont know how to use curve just slide PT 120 and +110 core 3440x1440
post #7358 of 10855
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i ve strix 1080 ti with zero voltage i can hit 2038(witcher3) 24/7 and with + 50 % i goes 2050. I dont know how to do curve graph plz explain in screenshot:wubsmiley

You're seriously going to wait for somebody to show you how? Here let me help you. This is much faster!

http://bit.ly/2pDFlXV
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so funny
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Just poking fun, but seriously the first result in that search should get you what you want.
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