Was able to get 1506/4000 stable at 1.2 v as far as I can tell. Tested it with various 3D benchmarks then customized my rom to 'Bake-in' 1506 as the default TDP Boost clock entry. Unfortunately for some reason while gaming it Boosted down to 1341!
I couldn't understand why it would Boost down or throttle as I raised my TDP values in MBT but it was using clock state #61 instead of #74 which I had set to 1506. So I had to shift down the values in the Boost table and shift up the voltage table to match.
Now it will auto Boost to 1506 and throttle down normally but I kind of cheated here it feels like.
If anyone knows why please comment. Attached my mod rom for anyone to take a peak at..
Can you undervolt msi gtx960 gaming 2g, or unlock +0 Core Voltage for -0... for being able to undervolt the gpu? In MSI Afterburner you cannot do that, but + increments with mV.
Not sure if Afterburner will go in reverse with voltage control or not but you could open up your firmware in Maxwell Bios Tool and adjust the voltage table directly nudging down the voltage like 10-25 mv for each boost state or just set a constant voltage for each boost state over a certain frequency.
Of course this could be risky and introduce instability which is why I would recommend you just cap your voltage levels on the high end of the table only.
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