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post #11 of 27 (permalink) Old 08-04-2019, 12:01 PM
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so it's just "K-Boost" with the limitation of needing an EVGA card removed?

switched from Precision X to Afterburner when I moved from my EVGA 950 to an Asus 1060 and lost the ability. Curve editor works fine though otherwise.



From the description it appears so.

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Couldn't get this to work well. Crashed the PC instantly if I tried anything over 1940 core when I know this card can do 2000. I'll stick to MSI's offset.

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Couldn't get this to work well. Crashed the PC instantly if I tried anything over 1940 core when I know this card can do 2000. I'll stick to MSI's offset.
Are you sure it's actually offsetting the core to the same amount? Or maybe forgot to bump voltage on PX?

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Has anyone at all been able to successfully use this new version to lock 2100+ MHz on a 2080 Ti? From what I can tell it's a hot mess and appears to mishandle voltages for the locked core clocks. Uninstalling for now.

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so it's just "K-Boost" with the limitation of needing an EVGA card removed?

switched from Precision X to Afterburner when I moved from my EVGA 950 to an Asus 1060 and lost the ability. Curve editor works fine though otherwise.
that's how I read it too. which reminds me, i need to flash my PNY FE to an EVGA FE, i think its part of the reason why my cards don't play well together.

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A while ago I was playing the first two Serious Sam games from the early 2000's and if I set VSync to On, my 1060 would drop its clocks to a point where the game was stuttery, so the alternative was to unlock the framerate, at which point I was getting way more fps than I needed and the card was wasting power. Being able to set / lock the clocks on modern GPUs for some games has its uses.

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but how is this different than locking to P0 state?

and yes, serious sam is a perfect example for use case!

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but how is this different than locking to P0 state?
One of the EVGA guys claims it will prevent temp throttling on 20XX cards up until high 80's deg C. I don't think anyone has been able to successfully see this in action due to the current state (extreme flakiness) of the latest version.

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interesting...
I look forward to testing it once i've got my new board installed this weekend.. assuming the new board resolves the weird issues i'm having.

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Even MSI AB curve lock doesn't work for me on Turing MSI card so I don't have high hopes for any volt/frequency lock anywhere.
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