I have been using the LN2 bios this whole time. The problem is at 1.35v 1359mhz core and 7450 memory the power percentage goes thru the roof. The LN2 bios caps at 115% and so I constantly hit 115% and the card throttles. Some people modded the LN2 bios for me but for some reason I was still hitting the new limit they set and it throttled again. All the sudden I decided to flash the TI bios and my throttling was completely eliminated. it disables boost 2.0 so I set the clocks manually in precision. As soon as I used that bios I finally finished Valley at 1359 7450mem, which was my highest run for the day at 84fps. If you check that score on the Valley thread it beats a ton of titans. That is all I did yesterday was flash bios's and test them. The TI bios gave me my best results yesterday. I still have a lot of testing to do.
That's why I really like this card. The last few cards I had I found the max clocks really fast. When you have extra voltage to play with it makes it a lot more fun because you can keep pushing your card. I can't wait until the evbot gets here. Although I think I am temp limited now. If I was hitting 80c yesterday I don't have much room left for extra voltage until the blocks come.
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