thank you very much , i wanted to know if there is any difference between overclocking with the kepler tweaker than overclocking with MSI AB after i flashed the bios you posted for me
Well first off, you have a me a GM204 BIOS which is Maxwell, not Keplar so i would just stick with MSI AB. I would just OC like usual turn up the Core and Test for stability, shouldn't have to mess with the Volts on AB, as the Vcore is maxed.
Hi.. Don't know if i have done the rep thing right.. Please let me know if i have done wrong... But i could really use some help with my bios. I don't know if it is possible or if i am misunderstanding something. But i would like to overclock my gpu without msi afterburner..
It should be a stock stable OC, but it would be really nice to add those last 5-10fps to the games.
I'm thinking a core speed of 1300mhz-ish and 19-2000mhz-ish on memory if possible? And then the appropriate mV settings? It's the power settings i'm pretty unshure about. When is it enough?
Is any of this possible for you, or wouldn't it be possible for you, unless you had the card, and could run tests?
EDIT: btw.. My GPU is a MSI GTX 980 4GD5 OCV1, with 1152mhz core clock, 1252mhz boost clock, and it is watercooled by a kraken x41..
Guys I have an issue when I OC my 970, it's stable at 1590 MHz but crashes on lower clocks because for some reason the voltages on lower clocks are messed up, they're too low. Should I disable boost or can I increase voltage at those clocks?
Edit: Never mind, fixed it by raising min voltage with OC Guru II.
CPU: i5-4670k @ 4.5 GHz | CPU cooler: Hyper 212 Evo | GPU: Gigabyte GTX 970 G1 Gaming | RAM: 8 GB | Mobo: Gigabyte Z87-HD3 | OS: Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit