Originally Posted by Blameless
And that offset applies to all DPM states. If you added that voltage to only DMP7, chances are that 1500MHz memory would not be stable.
The offset you are looking for should be under VRM settings.
Yes you're right. I edited DPM7 only and the idle voltage did not change at all (unlike when you add it in MSI afterburner +25mv), which means 1500mv would not be stable.
My issue isn't that 1500 isn't stable at full load--it is stable at full load. It's when transitioning from full load to idle (or idle to full load) where it black screens.
But putting +25mv on the core in MSI afterburner stops that from happening because all states are raised by +25mv.
I don't know why my AIDA doesn't show the states though. That's pretty absurd. I'll try a newer version then.
Ok this option is completely hidden in AIDA64.
I had to enable the task icon (funny how the video doesn't tell you to do that) and then I was able to dump the GPU registers.
DPM0: GPUClock = 300 MHz, VID = 0.96800 V
DPM1: GPUClock = 516 MHz, VID = 1.02500 V
DPM2: GPUClock = 727 MHz, VID = 1.03700 V
DPM3: GPUClock = 840 MHz, VID = 1.07500 V
DPM4: GPUClock = 890 MHz, VID = 1.11200 V
DPM5: GPUClock = 936 MHz, VID = 1.15600 V
DPM6: GPUClock = 977 MHz, VID = 1.19300 V
DPM7: GPUClock = 1000 MHz, VID = 1.22500 V
Ok, so I add +25mv to all the states. That's easy.
Only question I have is:
Do I only add it on the Powerplay (GPU and memory) section?
or do I also add it on "Limit tables" on the next page?
That's all I need to know! Thanks, guys.Edited by Falkentyne - 4/11/17 at 8:58am