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Nice one. Do you play at 100% fans? Also could you give me maybe some graph (any GPU chip picture) how much around should I cover with paste? I know the whole chip itself but anything around it too? Would be grateful for info.

My card should be tomorrow. Can't wait! wheee.gif
yeah, cover the whole thing and maybe the side edges, too (i did) but all the bits around it are fine without (probably better without) paste.

And, yeah, 100% fans is the way to go. noise wise it's like a founder's at 50%.
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Btw. To hold max clock on max Power Limit- do you recommend flashin new F3 or F4 Bios. F3 Bios only changes default PL from 250W to 300W, which kind of not make difference if you sit at 150% power limit, right?

And F4 does what? Still keeping 250W at default with 50% slider, so basicelly stock BIOS?


I think right now it would not make difference, but I think F3 would work best for just holding max clocks.
im on F3, only reason i see to change would be if you get a bad overclocker and cant hold the OC preset, then the F4 bios will helps you with stability, but still should reach the same or higher max clocks, but keeps it cooler/slower when not needing max clocks.


**Anybody with the reggie Aorus tried the extreme bios and actually got better performance? besides just a higher stock clock.
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Have you tried overclocking the core with the voltage curve technique? (CTRL + F in MSI afterburner)

@1043 mv you up the mhz, mine is set at +45 because my fan is only set at 60% I'm coming from watercooling for me more than 70% fan is too loud

For the rest try not to use more than +25mv with the voltage slider because this card doesn't like the old overclocking technique with voltage slider

No I haven't, thanks for the suggestion, I'll try paying around with it. The voltage slider is locked for some reason, tried changing the settings but nothing seems to unlock it (It was unlocked when had my 980ti installed).
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Hello, first time PC builder. I just got my card and it crashes when playing on OC mode. Silent mode is playable but I'm dissapointed since I can't get the most out of my card. I did update the bios with version 3 and 4 and I can get my power boots to 150% but I still crash on testings like 3Dmark and occasionally on the witcher 3. How are you guys overclocking it? ON the aorus engine or MSI afterburner? I'm trying to do it on either/both and it's giving me totally different readings. I also installed GPU-Z and will do some more testing.

1. can you guys post a safe but good core and memory clock increase that my card should be able to do? I got a score of 8,224 in time spy with Graphics score 9,787 on silent mode.

2. Should I use MSI afterburner or aorus extreme

3. what are your custom fan settings?

help a noobie out! Thanks.
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Aorus software gives the boost rating, afterburner gives the core clock numbers, that's why they are different. I prefer afterburner and just run with the best clocks that dont crash in games. and run fans 100%, helps temps, perf, and stability. no drawbacks. try afterburner with your stock clocks and make sure you arent crashing in games. just up power/temp slider and fan 100%. if you can game in witcher 3 for an hour, try adding +25 to the core and test again. repeat until you crash, then lower it by 12mhz and test. it'll either hold, and that's your best, or it'll crash again and your last pass is your setting then. example +25 =pass, +50=fail, plus 38= pass, than +38 is your best clock more than likely. If it fails, than the +25 was the winner. In my case I got all the way to +100 and it crashed, so i run +88 now. it has actually crashed once but i still run it. I also, though, have a saved +77 profile that i run in really demanding games to prevent a crash ever happening again and so far that one has held up to any testing. It games at 2050 and runs around 60c.
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Hello, first time PC builder. I just got my card and it crashes when playing on OC mode. Silent mode is playable but I'm dissapointed since I can't get the most out of my card. I did update the bios with version 3 and 4 and I can get my power boots to 150% but I still crash on testings like 3Dmark and occasionally on the witcher 3. How are you guys overclocking it? ON the aorus engine or MSI afterburner? I'm trying to do it on either/both and it's giving me totally different readings. I also installed GPU-Z and will do some more testing.

1. can you guys post a safe but good core and memory clock increase that my card should be able to do? I got a score of 8,224 in time spy with Graphics score 9,787 on silent mode.

2. Should I use MSI afterburner or aorus extreme

3. what are your custom fan settings?

help a noobie out! Thanks.

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Aorus software gives the boost rating, afterburner gives the core clock numbers, that's why they are different. I prefer afterburner and just run with the best clocks that dont crash in games. and run fans 100%, helps temps, perf, and stability. no drawbacks.

run fans 100% all the time? what are your afterburner settings?
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run fans 100% all the time? what are your afterburner settings?
here you go, the curve is my push-it profile, the other is my safe profile, and i have another with +103 curve tweaked for benching that passes timespy and SuPo and all that but will crash within an hour on Battlefield one, though.
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Does anyone play Playerunknown's Battlegrounds?

The game for me doesn't like any sort of OC, anything other than stock it crashes for the out of video memory error. Heaven and Valley are just fine with around 2050MHz clock and a long session on Witcher 3 staying around 63-66C temps with fan % topping at about 78%.
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I currently have a Gigabyte 980 Ti Extreme Gaming so this will definitely be my next card after the price comes down eventually. I told myself i would never pay $700 + for a gpu again enjoy guys.
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I did the same thing but in Time spy, the first test crashes and after the test there are artifacts. Also, It doesn't seem even reach 2000mhz according to afterburner. What could I be doing wrong?
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I did the same thing but in Time spy, the first test crashes and after the test there are artifacts. Also, It doesn't seem even reach 2000mhz according to afterburner. What could I be doing wrong?

Ok, first things first:

1. You can't just copy someones Voltage curve and expect same results. Each chip is different, they won't behave the same way.
2. Start slowly:
- Set up Power Limit to max, Temperature Limit to max and set fans to 100% in Afterburner. DO NOT TOUCH VOLTAGE CURVE or Voltage slider.
- Get Heaven benchmark and start it with just above settings. Download GPU-Z.
- Start GPU-Z, go to Sensors and set Voltage to show you highest value like below:



- Next start Heaven and see how high will your card boost with only that settings above in Afterburner. AGAIN- DO NOT TOUCH VOLTAGE.
- Get yourself sheet of paper and pen and write down your highest clock value (when Heaven starts), your mid clock (in the middle of Heave) and core clock at the end of Heaven.
- Now close Heaven and look at max voltage your card was taking during that benchmark.

Now start playing with Core and Memory in Afterburner:
- Start low. Add +10 to Core and +100 to Memory. Run Heaven. See if its stable, how much higher did it boost.
- Stable? Again another +10 and +50 to Memory.
- Rinse and repeat.
- You see artefacting? Too high Memory OC. Heaven crash, drivers crash? Too high core OC.

Check where is your Max OC with just it. When you find it, run some games for few hours. See if card downclock itself a lot or only a little after few hours.

After that post your results and we can see if you need to work on Voltage Curve or not
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