Originally Posted by blissid
Originally Posted by KedarWolf
Yes, it'll work fine.
Flashed it, and it can't hold 2100 at 1.093, throttles down and jumps back up etc. Score is about the same in superposition vs XOC(2150mhz). Odd too, because max power draw i saw during testing was about 340watts.
Graph pic of the throttling:
Yes, it'll power limit during runs.
How I set my voltage curve for benching is like this.
I'll set the different voltage points to the highest I can run at that voltage point so it looks like this.
So I Iknow I can bench ay 1.093v at 2177 core, 2052 at 1.062v, 2037 at 1.031v, 2025 at 1.012v, 2012 at .993v and 1999 at .975v. the gradually lower on a curve from that. It never power limits below .975v even when benching.
(My ambient temps are quite high right now affecting my clocks and voltage points, really hot here and stupid landlord forced me to take my A/C unit out.)
With a curve like that when it power limits it only power limits to the max core at the voltage point I can get.
I consistently got 100 points more in Superposition and Time Spy this way that XOC BIOS at 2077.
I find the AC BIOS power limits less than any other BIOS except XOC and I got a 10500 plus Superposition with it and a 11298 Time Spy.
And somehow I think the voltages report wrong with the BIOS, that you're actually pulling more than it reports you are.
I say this because someone else testing it says it can really cause more coil whine which likely indicates it's pulling more voltage than other BIOS's.