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post #11 of 718 (permalink) Old 11-04-2014, 04:31 AM
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If I set in "voltage table" high voltage for example 1,3v it will be really 1,3v or it's some virtual voltage?
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If I set in "voltage table" high voltage for example 1,3v it will be really 1,3v or it's some virtual voltage?

The 980 is limited to 1,275V for the time being.
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It should really be that and it will say 1.3V in software depending on your card. I've never used a 980 so I'm not sure about that.

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very nice and +1 to you kind sir.

if i may point out that in my experience there are times newer drivers may increase or decrease "gaming stable" overclocks; there still may be a need to still use programs such as AB and back off a bin or two when modding the bios.

please don't take that as negative criticism, you did a great job investigating and posting!!! thumb.gif

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very nice and +1 to you kind sir.

if i may point out that in my experience there are times newer drivers may increase or decrease "gaming stable" overclocks; there still may be a need to still use programs such as AB and back off a bin or two when modding the bios.

please don't take that as negative criticism, you did a great job investigating and posting!!! thumb.gif

Thank you! I guess when setting your max game stable clocks via this method, then you could just set it to a bin or two lower just in case you run into driver issues. So far I have never ran into a driver that reduces my max game stable overclocks. Or just edit and flash the bios again with the new max game stable clocks for that specific driver.

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Thank you dude. I knew that before that you have to fix the second slider in the voltage tab to not throttle, but i didnt manage to get max speed in less demanding games like cs go. Hopefully it will work i can test in the weekend. On desktop it will throttle, right? Isnt it enough to just change the p00 value in boost states for having max core speed in cs go or do i have to edit the p02 as well? I cant test it right now, thats why i ask.
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Thank you dude. I knew that before that you have to fix the second slider in the voltage tab to not throttle, but i didnt manage to get max speed in less demanding games like cs go. Hopefully it will work i can test in the weekend. On desktop it will throttle, right? Isnt it enough to just change the p00 value in boost states for having max core speed in cs go or do i have to edit the p02 as well? I cant test it right now, thats why i ask.
You might not have to change the p02 boost state. Try it out and see what happens, and let me know. If it turns out that it isn't necessary to change the p02 boost states frequency, then I will update the tutorial. But yea, it will still go to idle clocks on the desktop.

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You might not have to change the p02 boost state. Try it out and see what happens, and let me know. If it turns out that it isn't necessary to change the p02 boost states frequency, then I will update the tutorial. But yea, it will still go to idle clocks on the desktop.

Okay. i will test it for sure in the weekend and i will report then. Hopefully someday we will be able to go higher than 1.212 V, than everything is perfect:) Thx again for the great TUT.
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Okay. i will test it for sure in the weekend and i will report then. Hopefully someday we will be able to go higher than 1.212 V, than everything is perfect:) Thx again for the great TUT.
No problem. Also, you can already go over 1.212V with certain brands of cards. I have my MSI 970 set to 1.225V.

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