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post #7411 of 10586
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Originally Posted by derpa View Post

Whelp.....

Order of Ops:
- Uninstalled eVGA PxOC
- Uninstalled MSI AB 4.4.0 Beta 6
- DDU drivers completely and restart
- CCleaner all files and registry (just in case)
- Installed fresh drivers from nVidia website
- NV Control Panel - change settings to 'Prefer Maximum Performance'
- Installed MSI AB 4.4.0 Beta 6 and setup
- Run Unigine Valley - same artificial V cap
- Follow instructions on Pg 1 to add vendor to .oem2 file (didn't exist when I opened it)
- Change to 'Third Party' voltage control in AB settings

Card hung around 1.000V the whole time. Intermittently, it would up to 1.012V or for a split second to 1.025V, but then immediately back down to 1.000V or even 0.993.



Now, I'm not concerned about the performance I'm getting AT ALL. Frames are good while gaming, which is what matters. I'm more concerned there may be something I have setup incorrectly, or with the voltage controller. The Temps all good for all runs, and I don't hit Temp Limit at all; just Power and Voltage limits.

Should I just chalk this up to Silicon Lottery and move on? Just can't figure why it would volt higher in PxOC than AB. thinking.gif

Thanks again! biggrin.gif

Its just doing what you've set the curve to let it do. CNTRL+D to default the curve.


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Originally Posted by TheBoom View Post

Yeah thats some crazy memory oc.

Anyway for those who know how to curve oc, say I have 2012 at 1.00v stable. Now when I start to increase clocks for the next voltages, I can't seem to hold those clocks in supo. The card after 1-2 scenes downclocks back to the 1.00v bin. What am I doing wrong?

Similarly, that is just doing what its supposed to do, use GPU-Z to see if its power limiting causing to clk down.
Edited by Nico67 - 4/27/17 at 4:35pm
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Whats funny is it seems the FE cards are actually doing generally better than the aftermarket cards for the 1080ti.

The 10/12/16 phase power and power boost chips and whatnot aren't doing anything to change the silicon lottery itself.

With older cards the custom boards somewhat managed to provide a compromise for the unlucky ones, but that seems to not work anymore.

Yes and No smile.gif FE cards are sufficient and it is totally down to Silicon lottery, but Aftermarket cards have a bit in reserve like power limit and cooling that will help some average cards be better than they would be other wise. But Aftermarket cards are no guarantee of better lottery unless they have been binned like some of the more exotic options, although even that better may not be best if you know what I mean.
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Ech.. I was so close to finally beat that Witcher 3 challange. I got curve that could hold 2038 at 1.043V in Witcher 3 for 3 hours. Temp max 62 C. At 64 it droped to 2025 but returned and hold. No Power Limit, no V0p, just Vrel. I was so happy, then after 3 hours it crashed again.... rolleyes.gif

Anyone has some idea if maybe this can be caused by Memory OC? Maybe Witcher 3 is really sensitive to memory OC? Althought that would usually show artifacs.

Game just freeze, you can still hear that for example Gerals is moving or dialogue is still going but it goes to desktop anyway...

But I was closer than before......

Dam, this game is challange...


BTW. It so good to have 87-90% CPU utilization in Novigrad with 99% GPU utilization and seeing 96-106fps on Ultra with Hairworks on with Witcher 3 biggrin.gif
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OMG it looks so small.






My 1080 Classy (which I just sold) was massive (not quite but almost 2x the surface area).


This thing is like a baby.
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post #7415 of 10586
Has anyone with an FE solved the high idle clocks with multiple monitors?
post #7416 of 10586
ok need some help. so yesterday i overclocked the core and it was stable between 2050 and 2062 at 1.062-1.075v.

today i am overclocking memory too. got 6003 to work in supo except i was pwr limited the entire time. i brought down core to 2037 and upped it to 1093v. i pass, but still pwr limited with the clocks jumping all over the place. it doesnt do this when memory is not overclocked.

anyway to remedy this issue?
post #7417 of 10586
I have problem with voltages on SLI 2x 1080Ti's.

I can change voltage in MS AB and EVGA Prec. All is ok when i'm use one card, but on SLI have problems, and problems, and more problems ;-) With OC and stability.

1 card can go up for 1.062 v and 2 card stay on 1.000. When add +75mv , and even + 100. First card goes up for 1.09v and second only for 1.025v :/

*** with this lovely **** ? Any fix ? smile.gif
post #7418 of 10586
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Originally Posted by CoreyL4 View Post

ok need some help. so yesterday i overclocked the core and it was stable between 2050 and 2062 at 1.062-1.075v.

today i am overclocking memory too. got 6003 to work in supo except i was pwr limited the entire time. i brought down core to 2037 and upped it to 1093v. i pass, but still pwr limited with the clocks jumping all over the place. it doesnt do this when memory is not overclocked.

anyway to remedy this issue?

Have you already put the power slider in MSI Afterburner (or your O/C'ing app of choice) to 120%?

You could also try lowering voltage to 1.0v (and test for highest stable O/C at that voltage).

Failing that; the only current reliable option is to carry out a physical hardware shut mod. (but you need to do a lot of research first). And think seriously about any possible repercussions.

There are some other options if you don't want to shut mod (involving cross-flashing BIOS's with higher max power limits) but that also carries risks. And the benefits are still under investigation on this forum. (stay tuned for more updates on that front).
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Have you already put the power slider in MSI Afterburner (or your O/C'ing app of choice) to 120%?

You could also try lowering voltage to 1.0v (and test for highest stable O/C at that voltage).

Failing that; the only current reliable option is to carry out a physical hardware shut mod. (but you need to do a lot of research first). And think seriously about what those implications are.

There are some other options if you don't want to shut mod (involving cross-flashing BIOS's with higher power max power limits) but that also carries risks. And the benefits are still under investigation on this forum. (stay tuned for more updates on that front).

Yeah I have the power slider to 117% on my gaming x. I almost want to flash the bios to one that has 120+

my highest stable was 2012 core at 1.000v
post #7420 of 10586
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Yeah I have the power slider to 117% on my gaming x. I almost want to flash the bios to one that has 120+

my highest stable was 2012 core at 1.000v

Anything over 2.0GHZ you're good to go. (at least that's the general consensus here).

Bear in mind also; games seem to draw less power than the synthetic benchmarks.
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