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Press L when a particular voltage is selected to lock it. A yellow vertical line should appear:
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This seems to prevent the card from downclocking when at idle, however.

That's kinda expected since the you locked the voltage to that particular bin. Wouldn't just work bette to set a clock you want and jut have a straight line at higher bins like others have suggested, then it should down clock properly.
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Can you guys tell me your stable clocks in Witcher 3? By stable I mean you can play it for long hours/day without crash, not hour/two or so biggrin.gif

I'm using a curve that puts 1.093v in to a 2050mhz core overclock ... (also, a 6000mhz memory overclock) ... but it's the core that is weird ...

Witcher 3 opens and plays for a few seconds at 2050mhz (as I have defined) but invariable always downclocks to 2025mhz ... and some times down to 2012mhz ... and only VERY occasionally/briefly down in to the 1989mhz range ... but generally always sticks at 2025mhz or 2012mhz. This is fine by me as the game plays like butter.

I'm just writing those weird fluctuations off to my cards voltage and power limits (both are set to max) ... it's certainly not temperature related as my in game load temps are never over 40C to 43C ... so no temp problems ... I haven't shunt modded or anything, but I might here in the near future. Seems like a very easy mod to do ...

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Should I flash to a bios that has a higher power limit to avoid the 117% power limit of my gaming x?
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Since i know what my card is capable of in terms of max clocks (2100/6300 @ 1.063V) i thought i ll give undervolting a shot.
I wanted to check how much volts i need to run 2075 on the core so i adjusted my curve for that and i ran time spy game 2 test while monitoring graphs.

And i came across this strange "behavior". Im keeping the 2075 MHz all the time constant while beeing Power Limited all the time, at least thats what the river tuner statistics tell ^^
Its a Power Moded card, i mean normaly it should downclock it self if power limited... but i dont think that the card is actually power limited when keeping the clock... i honestly can't explain what is happening there^^


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I'm using a curve that puts 1.093v in to a 2050mhz core overclock ... (also, a 6000mhz memory overclock) ... but it's the core that is weird ...

Witcher 3 opens and plays for a few seconds at 2050mhz (as I have defined) but invariable always downclocks to 2025mhz ... and some times down to 2012mhz ... and only VERY occasionally/briefly down in to the 1989mhz range ... but generally always sticks at 2025mhz or 2012mhz. This is fine by me as the game plays like butter.

I'm just writing those weird fluctuations off to my cards voltage and power limits (both are set to max) ... it's certainly not temperature related as my in game load temps are never over 40C to 43C ... so no temp problems ... I haven't shunt modded or anything, but I might here in the near future. Seems like a very easy mod to do ...

Best,
Joel

Edit: 40-43° C means your losing at least one bin (12.5 MHz) to the temperature, the drops to 2012 and 1989 is power limit. in addition try to go lower than 1,093V cuz the higher your voltage the faster you will hit the power limt. if you need those voltages to run those clocks speed in the first place, then its a different story.
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Should I flash to a bios that has a higher power limit to avoid the 117% power limit of my gaming x?

No, if you have a gaming x you're getting 30 extra watts.

I recommend you just stick to what you can around 1.043v and just game and be happy biggrin.gif.
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Hi, how did you get MSI Afterburner to show GPU & CPU Power?


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Hi, how did you get MSI Afterburner to show GPU & CPU Power?


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HWinfo has OSD functionality as well, you can set it up and it will communicate with riva OSD statistics
    
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^^

Thanks a bunch smile.gif
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I'm using a curve that puts 1.093v in to a 2050mhz core overclock ... (also, a 6000mhz memory overclock) ... but it's the core that is weird ...

Witcher 3 opens and plays for a few seconds at 2050mhz (as I have defined) but invariable always downclocks to 2025mhz ... and some times down to 2012mhz ... and only VERY occasionally/briefly down in to the 1989mhz range ... but generally always sticks at 2025mhz or 2012mhz. This is fine by me as the game plays like butter.

I'm just writing those weird fluctuations off to my cards voltage and power limits (both are set to max) ... it's certainly not temperature related as my in game load temps are never over 40C to 43C ... so no temp problems ... I haven't shunt modded or anything, but I might here in the near future. Seems like a very easy mod to do ...

Best,
Joel

It seems like you are on water so temp instability does not concern you smile.gif. However you at least partially confirm my theory that Witcher 3 needs more voltage for lower clocks that other apps.

First I will try to confirm temp throttle. If that is not the case I will experiement in setting lower clocks for higher bins.
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Since i know what my card is capable of in terms of max clocks (2100/6300 @ 1.063V) i thought i ll give undervolting a shot.
I wanted to check how much volts i need to run 2075 on the core so i adjusted my curve for that and i ran time spy game 2 test while monitoring graphs.

And i came across this strange "behavior". Im keeping the 2075 MHz all the time constant while beeing Power Limited all the time, at least thats what the river tuner statistics tell ^^
Its a Power Moded card, i mean normaly it should downclock it self if power limited... but i dont think that the card is actually power limited when keeping the clock... i honestly can't explain what is happening there^^

Sadly this work in benches and tests but is nowhere near sufficient in heavy GPU games. For example I could on air easly bench 2075 at 1.081V no problem. Or do 2025 at 1.000V. That will never work in Witcher 3 for example. You need to set totally different curve for Witcher 3.
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I really don't understand these cars and the voltage curve.

If I just add to the Core or Voltage then Unigine crashes, but if I run Unigine and note the current voltage and just add an offset to that voltage it works.

I'm so confused.
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