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these are my ASUS GTX 590 bios if someone wants to use them
settings are: default clocks 650/1300/1800
voltages:
.913 - .913
.925 - .950
1.025 - 1.025
limit to: 1.063
590 bios oc.zip 92k .zip file
post #4162 of 5154
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Originally Posted by mywifeispist View Post

these are my ASUS GTX 590 bios if someone wants to use them
settings are: default clocks 650/1300/1800
voltages:
.913 - .913
.925 - .950
1.025 - 1.025
limit to: 1.063
590 bios oc.zip 92k .zip file

You guys realize that with the 0.03+/- fluctuation and the fact that the card has a max voltage of 1.05 before it blows that, if you go to 1.02 or above, you're basically going to blow up your cards, right?

Just sayin.
post #4163 of 5154
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You guys realize that with the 0.03+/- fluctuation and the fact that the card has a max voltage of 1.05 before it blows that, if you go to 1.02 or above, you're basically going to blow up your cards, right?
Just sayin.

The limit is closer to 1.063v and 1.025v is perfectly fine for a card under water.
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The limit is closer to 1.063v and 1.025v is perfectly fine for a card under water.

Considering I'm the only one in this thread that's blown up 3+ ~ I strongly, vehemently, disagree.

Nvidia's press release stated 1.05, I've proven to myself it's 1.05 ~ And I've been under water for over 3 years so...Yeah.

Heed it or don't, I don't have a 590 to blow up anymore thumb.gif
post #4165 of 5154
both of my cards are on full waterblocks and all my cards always are....... i raised my clocks to 750/1500/1800 and the cards are only using .988 0f the 1.025 limit.
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both of my cards are on full waterblocks and all my cards always are....... i raised my clocks to 750/1500/1800 and the cards are only using .988 0f the 1.025 limit.

It doesn't matter if you're on water or not.

Heat/dissipation has absolutely 0 to do with the hardware load on your moffsets...Thermally, maybe but, cooling has VERY little effect on voltage transferring etc.

1.05 is the max "safe" voltage for the card which, was noted in March 11.

I've had 5, 590's blown up 3 and all 3 were blown going above 1.05 ~ The VRM load just can't be handled by the hardware on the card.

I don't know in what world water-cooling somehow dissipates the load on VRM's but, as I said, I don't have a 590 anymore, don't work for a company that uses any and if you want to blow up your own, that's fine...But, 1.05 is the max safe and if you go above that, you do so at your own risk...

So have at it thumb.gif
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i set mine in NiBiToR and made default clocks at 650/1300/1800
.913 - .913
.925 - .950
1.025 - 1.025
limit to: 1.063
works real good with the new drivers and stable at 725 core on first core running in 3way SLi first pass, gonna see how far it will go........ thanks for the info
http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3201163

.913 is a bit high for idle. Could safely change that to the stock .875 and save yourself a bit of power/heat.
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with that bios setting the cards do not use more then .988 at 750core , i monitor it on another screen in AID64. cards idle at 28-30c and hit 45-47c load which i think is pretty decent.
Edited by mywifeispist - 4/15/12 at 3:30pm
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.913 is a bit high for idle. Could safely change that to the stock .875 and save yourself a bit of power/heat.

made the change for idle from .913 to .875 and made no difference for me but it may for someone else though, also changed the 3D voltage from 1.025 to 1.005 and still only needs .988 of that to hit 750 on the core.

backed the clocks down in precisionX to 700/1400/1800 with those changes to the bios and it seems to run better really, temps are the same all around but performace was better all around.

running in 3way SLi - http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3204366
Edited by mywifeispist - 4/15/12 at 3:27pm
post #4170 of 5154
You realize one of those 590s isn't being used for the bench mark right? Correct me if i'm wrong but how is it possible to run 3 590's in sli? Each card only has one sli connector.
Edited by emett - 4/15/12 at 7:27pm
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