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post #2211 of 3806 (permalink) Old 05-07-2015, 05:31 PM
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[quote name="Cyclops" url="/t/1467851/nvidia-maxwell-kepler-bios-editing-thread-gtx-2xx-to-9xx-now-supported/0_20#post_21801442"

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Q: Afterburner/PX/etc. is reporting X voltage while I asked for Y voltage. Why is that?
A: These programs can't always read the voltage correctly. Most of the time, the modified voltage is in effect but the program is unable to report it. For precise voltage measurements, you need a voltmeter.quote]


Thanks for that, I will try and find a measure point now. It didn't add even a bin of stability but the chip is so little it might be too much voltage.

I usually know that software doesn't report correctly but for some reason when I tried the mod myself I did see 1187mv but like I said my core clock was borked. That was the only reason I assumed it should show up.

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Is there really anything useful (to be modified) on a 560ti beyond core and Memory voltage? Supposedly 560ti can get memory speeds to 5Ghz, but I can't get much over 4.6Ghz with stock voltage, so I may look into that... Do you know the max voltage for Memory?

I noticed when I pushed my 560ti to 1015Mhz Core clock and 1.15v, it actually performed a little worse in 3DMark. I dont know if that's a heat issue (VRM's?) or what. I doubt it reached even 80C (core) as its usually ~70C while gaming. I am about to toss a water cooler on it.
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Huh. OC Guru has a Memory Voltage slider. I can't even remember if it actually shows a #'d range... Lol

Guess it depends if this liquid cooling allows me to add more voltage without instability, or not. :/. I was kinda hoping to really increase memory clock, but I guess that's out. frown.gif
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I got a question for ya mate.

I got a MSI Gaming GTX780 Ti for which I built a 1.212v unlocked 300w 133% power target BIOS.
I got some experience making GTX7xx BIOS's and know pretty well what i'm doing but now i've hit a snag.

The BIOS I use is the latest UEFI GOP BIOS for the MSI Gaming 780 Ti officially released by MSI.
I can't seem to be able to edit the max boost table clocks while I can edit the max boost table in other non-UEFI BIOS's...

Is there any way the max boost can be dropped a bit cause it's running 1306Mhz boost but it'll only do 1267mhz stable without going past 1.212v.
I have to clock it now with a -39mhz core clock in MSI AB tongue.gif Which is less than ideal..

I attached the BIOS I used in it's stock config without my voltage and power tweaks.
Could you make it so that it boosts to max. 1202Mhz?

msi780tigamingstockuefi-backup.zip 134k .zip file

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Hmm, seems like I fixed it by right clicking in KBT 1.27 on the boost table and clicking Fix Invalid Clocks.
This unlocked the slider and allowed me to set a max boost of 1202Mhz.

I also set the stock frequency to 1006Mhz and the stock boost to 1202Mhz so it would always run 1202Mhz.

Now I did encounter one wierd thing. It seems to have disabled the 13Mhz interval???
I can freely set ANY frequency I want and it'll apply it in both MSI AB and GPU-Z monitoring..
I set 1272Mhz now and it shows 1272Mhz in MSI AB and 1271.6Mhz in GPU-Z monitor...

Sooo, did it actually allow free setting of clocks or does it just read it wrong and it's still using the 1267Mhz clock.
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1.237V under load expandable to 1.281V depending how good your cooling is. 1430 MHz core under load and up to 350W with max TDP slider.

Thanks but a..
Question, how come the cards report 1431MHz boost in GPU-Z. But they only boost to 1342MHz in games?

VDDC is around 1.2310v and TDP 70%.


Hmm in SLI in GTA.
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GPU-Z can report 10000 and it would be 1200 in game. If the BIOS isn't done properly, you'll get conflicting clocks like that. Best to always check clocks under load.


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GPU-Z can report 10000 and it would be 1200 in game. If the BIOS isn't done properly, you'll get conflicting clocks like that. Best to always check clocks under load.

Its your bios files ;P

The bios'es are set to 1431MHz.

But the cards stay <1342.
And the VDDC stays <1.2060 on the Hynix GPU.

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