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I've found to stop power limiting 2025 at .993v works in Superposition 4K Optimized. ph34r-smiley.gif

I'm guessing your scores aren't the highest you've had with this method?
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I've found to stop power limiting 2025 at .993v works in Superposition 4K Optimized. ph34r-smiley.gif

I'm guessing your scores aren't the highest you've had with this method?

I find clocks jumping all around with higher clocks can HURT your score more than help. I've gotten some of my best scores having no power limiting.

Last time I ran Superposition at 2025 .993v I got well over 10400. smile.gif
    
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I find the best way is to set your max overclock with the slider. Once you got the max oc you can go back and start messing with the curve. For me when i run timespy i get power throttling and voltage drop to 0.963v. So that is where i start adding a higher clock for that voltage bin and do that for the next voltage / clock bin. thumb.gif
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The trick is to get the highest overclock at the lowest voltage you can, like say 2012 at .950v, then it shouldn't jump around in TimeSpy and Superposition etc.

And if you are going to be using it as a gaming rig find out your max clocks you can sustain at the lowest voltages you can in the games you play. You're not going to be running benches 24/7, and can just save your bench profile in Afterburner for when you do. smile.gif

Well that's the thing isn't it. A higher clock would be stable at a higher voltage. Vice versa for lower clocks.

So how do you decide which exact clock speed and voltage you want to be at?

Or is that why you set 1.000v as the baseline in your guide?
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I find the best way is to set your max overclock with the slider. Once you got the max oc you can go back and start messing with the curve. For me when i run timespy i get power throttling and voltage drop to 0.963v. So that is where i start adding a higher clock for that voltage bin and do that for the next voltage / clock bin. thumb.gif

So basically you're saying find the voltage that the card seems to most like during a power intensive bench and then adjust the curve to use that specific voltage at a reasonable clock speed?
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The trick is to get the highest overclock at the lowest voltage you can, like say 2012 at .950v, then it shouldn't jump around in TimeSpy and Superposition etc.

And if you are going to be using it as a gaming rig find out your max clocks you can sustain at the lowest voltages you can in the games you play. You're not going to be running benches 24/7, and can just save your bench profile in Afterburner for when you do. smile.gif

Well that's the thing isn't it. A higher clock would be stable at a higher voltage. Vice versa for lower clocks.

So how do you decide which exact clock speed and voltage you want to be at?

Or is that why you set 1.000v as the baseline in your guide?
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I find the best way is to set your max overclock with the slider. Once you got the max oc you can go back and start messing with the curve. For me when i run timespy i get power throttling and voltage drop to 0.963v. So that is where i start adding a higher clock for that voltage bin and do that for the next voltage / clock bin. thumb.gif

So basically you're saying find the voltage that the card seems to most like during a power intensive bench and then adjust the curve to use that specific voltage at a reasonable clock speed?

Lowest volts you need to get no power limiting on Time Spy test 2 and Superposition, then highest clocks you can at those voltages is key. You CAN get higher stable clocks at higher voltages but if your clock speeds and voltages are jumping all around from bin to bin you can get stuttering in games and not as good results benching than lower clocks at a stable bin with no jumping around and power limiting.

I run at 2012 .962v and get stable clocks and no power limiting or jumping bins in Time Spy test 2 and Superposition 4K Optimized for my 24/7 use and gaming. drum.gif
    
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Lowest volts you need to get no power limiting on Time Spy test 2 and Superposition, then highest clocks you can at those voltages is key. You CAN get higher stable clocks at higher voltages but if your clock speeds and voltages are jumping all around from bin to bin you can get stuttering in games and not as good results benching than lower clocks at a stable bin with no jumping around and power limiting.

I run at 2012 .962v and get stable clocks and no power limiting or jumping bins in Time Spy test 2 and Superposition 4K Optimized for my 24/7 use and gaming. drum.gif

yeah but there are times in that bench where it is not really power hungry and the card could boost higher instead of staying @ 2012Mhz with .962v. So at times it could boost up to 2050Mhz and 1.043v giving you a higher scores in bench marks.
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Guys, does the AB curve mod work for Titan XP and Xp too?

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Guys, does the AB curve mod work for Titan XP and Xp too?

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Can you tell me what points to hit (with water cooling)? Or best to ask in the TXP thread?

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Can you tell me what points to hit (with water cooling)? Or best to ask in the TXP thread?

Thanks

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Better the XP thread. Sorry, don't really know. frown.gif
    
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