This is my setup and my best OC on air with GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Kingpin. It's a fully 100% stable 24/7 crash-free gaming overclock. GPU goes up to 2025Mhz as advertised, but downclocks itself to about 1950Mhz at times, depending on temperature and game GPU utilization:
1. Does OC seem right to you?
2. When it comes to MSI AB "Compatibility Properties" settings/options, am I using correct ones? Kingpin edition uses its own custom VRM's, sensors, BIOS, etc., therefore I assume generic settings would not work correctly. When it comes to OC, there doesn't seem to be a difference between:
a. "User mode" and "Kernel mode" options for "Enable low-level hardware access interface"
b. "Reference", "Standard MSI", "Extended MSI" and "Third party" options for ""Unlock voltage control"
c. "Force contrast voltage" option enabling and disabling
I neither like nor use original Precision X or the new one because both are very cluttered, bloated, stuttery, cause pauses when applying settings and do not help with OC in any way... I just don't get how EVGA could take snappy and responsive MSI AB as a base and degrade it that far.., but back on topic - this thread is about getting the right MSI AB settings for EVGA GTX 1080 Ti Kingpin.