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6 - 12 inches of snow today.  Very strange season, dry and warm most of the winter and this is our 4th major storm in 2 weeks.  We certainly need the moisture.  Back up into the 60s by Friday.

 

My rig rebooted itself again over night.  I have a feeling this new card is triggering the power supply protection circuits. At stock I was seeing GPU Power as high as 152W and GPU Core Voltage spikes up to 1.28V, while at the same time the GPU was not holding a steady 1266 MHz.   I set the state 6 and 7 voltages down to 1.075, and power level down to -5% and the result is crazy.  Much better power and voltage stability, much lower power, and its holding the clock speed.  Hopefully this addresses my stability issues.

 


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6 - 12 inches of snow today.  Very strange season, dry and warm most of the winter and this is our 4th major storm in 2 weeks.  We certainly need the moisture.  Back up into the 60s by Friday.

My rig rebooted itself again over night.  I have a feeling this new card is triggering the power supply protection circuits. At stock I was seeing GPU Power as high as 152W and GPU Core Voltage spikes up to 1.28V, while at the same time the GPU was not holding a steady 1266 MHz.   I set the state 6 and 7 voltages down to 1.075, and power level down to -5% and the result is crazy.  Much better power and voltage stability, much lower power, and its holding the clock speed.  Hopefully this addresses my stability issues.



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But I have 1000W already.  Surely I can't tap that with a 480 a 470 and a 5820K.  I have a beQuiet Powerzone 1000W that I won here in some BOINC/Folding event, its got a number of protection circuits, but I don't know why the system would reboot if I was triggering those and not just shut off.


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6 - 12 inches of snow today.  Very strange season, dry and warm most of the winter and this is our 4th major storm in 2 weeks.  We certainly need the moisture.  Back up into the 60s by Friday.

My rig rebooted itself again over night.  I have a feeling this new card is triggering the power supply protection circuits. At stock I was seeing GPU Power as high as 152W and GPU Core Voltage spikes up to 1.28V, while at the same time the GPU was not holding a steady 1266 MHz.   I set the state 6 and 7 voltages down to 1.075, and power level down to -5% and the result is crazy.  Much better power and voltage stability, much lower power, and its holding the clock speed.  Hopefully this addresses my stability issues.



I saw similar behavior on my first 480. It was under water so no temp issues, but it would power throttle before I dropped the voltage down a touch. Interestingly, in Linux it seemed to always hold max clocks.
The 4 GB Nitro that I have now, never drops below it's stock clocks of 1307. I haven't taken the time to really test out an overclock on it, but a few quick runs and it seems to be stable at stock volts with a 6% OC. A custom BIOS could probably iron out any stability issues related to power limit or voltage.


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Hmmmm my stats haven't updated whatsoever today. I'll have to check on my computer once I'm off work. Hopefully it's nothing major.

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I'm running Einstein on my 480's highest voltage I've seen so far is 1.1v, so ya I'd say that was your problem (granted Einstein has some erratic GPU usage).



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