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Originally Posted by c0ld View Post


Use this tutorial guys it's very helpful for explaining the voltage/curve graph. With this it will not downclock and stay relatively the same boost clock if you tweak this way.

Hope it helps wink.gif

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=koBxaf-KZgo


many thanks, will try that.
afterburner needs to run in the background all the time for that, right?
i used afterburner for OC only on autostart (which closes automatically once it set the clocks/voltage)
post #452 of 1094
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many thanks, will try that.
afterburner needs to run in the background all the time for that, right?
i used afterburner for OC only on autostart (which closes automatically once it set the clocks/voltage)

Correct AB needs to be running in the background, minimize it and it goes to your tray. You can just set it to run when windows starts and start minimized so it just loads on your tray. The video is for GTX 1080 TI's as explained in it.
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Wrong Thread.... redface.gif
Edited by Benny89 - 4/26/17 at 3:03pm
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i wondered why my Aorus doesnt downclock during idle/windows.
iam using 1440p and 144hz. is that the reason? (~1500mhz constantly).
on 1080p it clocks down to 250mhz...

is that normal? (tried different powersaving settings)
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i wondered why my Aorus doesnt downclock during idle/windows.
iam using 1440p and 144hz. is that the reason? (~1500mhz constantly).
on 1080p it clocks down to 250mhz...

is that normal? (tried different powersaving settings)

Might be clocking up to maintain the 144fps. Even in optimal power it clocks up?

Mine is at Adaptive @3440x1440 @60Hz and clocks down just fine.
post #456 of 1094
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Originally Posted by Notor1ouS View Post

i wondered why my Aorus doesnt downclock during idle/windows.
iam using 1440p and 144hz. is that the reason? (~1500mhz constantly).
on 1080p it clocks down to 250mhz...

is that normal? (tried different powersaving settings)

I have my screen at 165 and it downclocks idle. if not power settings in NCP, do you have a browser window open it clocks higher if you have on anything but optimal.

try rebooting.
post #457 of 1094
Here's a quick question, I'm doing some 3d mark tests now... How does the Aorus engine work, are those simply presets? Or does that actually bump the gpu up in general if you select it's highest mode and then you can OC a bit higher? Or are they as I said simply presets that could be set in any other tuner?
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Here's a quick question, I'm doing some 3d mark tests now... How does the Aorus engine work, are those simply presets? Or does that actually bump the gpu up in general if you select it's highest mode and then you can OC a bit higher? Or are they as I said simply presets that could be set in any other tuner?

It's a knockoff AB and clunky at that, I installed only to change led and dumped it, fan curve doesn't even save. It gives you 3 presets or manual control but I got better results from AB 440 beta 6
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It's a knockoff AB and clunky at that, I installed only to change led and dumped it, fan curve doesn't even save. It gives you 3 presets or manual control but I got better results from AB 440 beta 6

Yep agreed. No one should be using the GB software. I even had problems configuring my LEDs with it.....MSI Afterburner should be used and the link to the latest beta is here:
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Use this tutorial guys it's very helpful for explaining the voltage/curve graph. With this it will not downclock and stay relatively the same boost clock if you tweak this way.

Hope it helps wink.gif

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=koBxaf-KZgo

Thanks smile.gif I'll try and play with it. I reckon it can get to 2100Mhz if I tweak it just right...
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Using the latest beta Afterburner, if I set the voltage to +100 and power slider to 150%, the card will boost momentarily to 2025MHz (with 1.094v) and quickly get PerfCapped (Vrel) and clock down progressively to 1999MHz. How do my results compare to others? I have a hard time finding the posts of the guys with good cards hitting 2050MHz+.

Honestly, in my opinion, if your card is hovering around 2Ghz (even a bit under) you still have a good card! Everyone needs to understand that these are heavily overclocked out of the box. To push further really comes down to the silicon lottery. That is not to say that it is OK for it to be crashing out of the box...

That extra 50Mhz isn't going to really make any noticeable real world difference. I know you might be thinking it is easy for me to say who has a 'good' card, but I was only ever hopeful to clock to 2Ghz. Anything over was a bonus...
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Using the latest beta Afterburner, if I set the voltage to +100 and power slider to 150%, the card will boost momentarily to 2025MHz (with 1.094v) and quickly get PerfCapped (Vrel) and clock down progressively to 1999MHz. How do my results compare to others? I have a hard time finding the posts of the guys with good cards hitting 2050MHz+.
same situation, no perf caps, 2101 on regular aorus. but it took some tweaking to get there. you need to have your crash frequencies known for every step from 1.0v to 1.93v. then set the curve 12 below that crash number. no need to lock the slider now as maximum is given throughout the curve. Now, all you gotta do is keep her under 60c...

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