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post #2221 of 3809 (permalink) Old 05-08-2015, 08:13 PM
 
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Boost states on the BIOSes seem to have a max of 1339.5

Nvm read it wrong.
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Boost states, boost table, 3d base clock and boost clock all need to be the same if you want the same frequencies in-game and during benchmarks. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Hello, could I ask more about modifying the BIOS, thank you in advance.

TDP 1124
3D Base clock 1124
Boost clock 1124

Boost limit remove

300 až 350 W

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post #2224 of 3809 (permalink) Old 05-09-2015, 12:34 PM
 
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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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Boost states, boost table, 3d base clock and boost clock all need to be the same if you want the same frequencies in-game and during benchmarks. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Well Cyclops made the bios for me ;P
And stated it: "1430 MHz core under load and up to 350W with max TDP slider."
Yet it refuses to go past 1342 in games, single GPU. And 1329 in SLI.
In valley they both stayed at 1329Mhz.
And the VDDC on Hynix GPU refuses to go past 1.2060v when in load.

Anyway overclocking via MSI Afterburner with +150 on core (everything else default, on stock bios) gives me 1466Mhz on load (games)
Seems BIOS overclocking doesnt work? Or does Afterburner adjust 3d and boost?
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Must have been an old revision. Post the BIOS again, I'll see what needs changing.


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I have been running this modified BIOS for a long time. Could someone take a look and double check this, as I have been getting artifacts on certain games. Watercooled temps not an issue.
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Must have been an old revision. Post the BIOS again, I'll see what needs changing.

Me?

The stock ones.
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Cyclops,

I've tried every variation of voltage modification in the MBT for my GTX970Strix. I've been told the card is bios locked at 1.212v, however, GPUz and AB will report 1.212v but in-fact, at the controller, its only 1.175v (1.187v max). I'm wondering if you know of this issue and any fix you might see in the bios to overvolt? I'm looking at least 1.225v-1.250v. I'm on water and my GPU maxes at 41C right now.
neworiginal.zip 137k .zip file

Right now the boost table is modded for 1455Mhz boost and power limit is way up, I max around 85% power. lol

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The PCIE connectors values are 75W default and 79.5W max. It doesn't seem safe, do I have to change them, make 75W as the max value?

Do I need to increase the max voltage too? Max "I think" I get is nearly 1.25V (1.212V reported by GPU-Z + +37mV available on MSI Afterburner), somehow GPU-Z doesn't show more than 1.212V even with the extra voltage applied. Maybe it didn't need it. headscratch.gif

Thank you for your help. thumb.gif  

TBH, voltage settings in the BIOS are not that straight forward as some people may think. The FIRST slider is the max voltage as far as I know.
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I've tried every variation of voltage modification in the MBT for my GTX970Strix. I've been told the card is bios locked at 1.212v, however, GPUz and AB will report 1.212v but in-fact, at the controller, its only 1.175v (1.187v max). I'm wondering if you know of this issue and any fix you might see in the bios to overvolt? I'm looking at least 1.225v-1.250v. I'm on water and my GPU maxes at 41C right now.
neworiginal.zip 137k .zip file

Right now the boost table is modded for 1455Mhz boost and power limit is way up, I max around 85% power. lol

Thanks!

The max boost clock and therefore also your max voltage (where it jumps in the boost table) is determined by several things, among them your ASIC quality.

It is possible that you have very low ASIC quality and this is the reason your card doesn't go higher than that entry in the boost table.

Please provide what boost clocks and volts you're getting with stock bios, and post your BIOS. Do you have a TESTED overclock and voltage? Otherwise I would say no need to eye higher volts if your card does fine at 1.175V at whatever clock you want it to have.

EDIT: Me dummy, I will look at the BIOS in a sec

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Here we go:

1st) Edit in Common Tab your BOOST CLOCK and set it to your desired 1455.5

2nd) Look over your Voltage Table and ADJUST all values to the right WHICH ARE HIGHER than your desired max. voltage and change to your desired max voltage (I recommend 1.200V or 1.187V)


I recommend for your card 1.200V as max...actually 1.187V could even be fine. (Mine does 1506 at 1.187). Do NOT use 1.212V, your max voltage otherwise you hit voltage limit. 1.200 should be more than what you need for your 1455-1506

OK give me a few minutes, I am making you a BIOS with proper downvolting on the left too.

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Asus Strix: 1455.5 Max Boost at 1.200V. Proper Voltage Table/Clocks, Increased Power Target slightly which should stop throttling in Games. This bios should run anything at 1455.5. Give it a go w/ a run of Heaven Benchmark and report whether there is any problems.
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I have been running this modified BIOS for a long time. Could someone take a look and double check this, as I have been getting artifacts on certain games. Watercooled temps not an issue.
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If you're getting artifacts it means your clocks are too high. Drop them down by a notch or two and they will go away.
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Cyclops,

I've tried every variation of voltage modification in the MBT for my GTX970Strix. I've been told the card is bios locked at 1.212v, however, GPUz and AB will report 1.212v but in-fact, at the controller, its only 1.175v (1.187v max). I'm wondering if you know of this issue and any fix you might see in the bios to overvolt? I'm looking at least 1.225v-1.250v. I'm on water and my GPU maxes at 41C right now.
neworiginal.zip 137k .zip file

Right now the boost table is modded for 1455Mhz boost and power limit is way up, I max around 85% power. lol

Thanks!

Asus cards are locked at 1.21 I'm afraid, not much you can do about that.
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