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post #21 of 718 (permalink) Old 11-04-2014, 06:24 PM - Thread Starter
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Updated the guide. Also updated my bios file to reflect the changes made to the guide.

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Nice guide and thanks for the hard work.

At the moment i'm using inspector to OC my MSI 970 4G, all ive done is increase the power and temp target 110% at set core to 1506, vram to 8000mhz.
It is therefore still stock voltage.
If I use you guide can I therefor just leave the voltage bit alone ? (im basically just running max oc on stock votlage)


Also have you played around with the fan speeds at all ? I'd love to reprogram the fan IC in some way to behave how I want.
Ideally i'd like it set to 20% RPM as the minimum/ default, then i'd like it to ramp up from there to be hitting around 70% rpm @ 60'c .
At the moment I fix 70% fan when I OC the card and it keeps my card ~60-65'c under full load with above clocks.

I know its no drama to use Inspector/AB/Precision etc etc but it would be nice to just mod the bios and let the card just look after itself to how I want with no extra software involved !!!

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Nice guide and thanks for the hard work.

At the moment i'm using inspector to OC my MSI 970 4G, all ive done is increase the power and temp target 110% at set core to 1506, vram to 8000mhz.
It is therefore still stock voltage.
If I use you guide can I therefor just leave the voltage bit alone ? (im basically just running max oc on stock votlage)


Also have you played around with the fan speeds at all ? I'd love to reprogram the fan IC in some way to behave how I want.
Ideally i'd like it set to 20% RPM as the minimum/ default, then i'd like it to ramp up from there to be hitting around 70% rpm @ 60'c .
At the moment I fix 70% fan when I OC the card and it keeps my card ~60-65'c under full load with above clocks.

I know its no drama to use Inspector/AB/Precision etc etc but it would be nice to just mod the bios and let the card just look after itself to how I want with no extra software involved !!!

For the voltage, you should set all of the sliders that I pointed out in the guide to your default voltage (my default is 1.212V). And yes I have a custom fan profile in my bios.

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Check out my guide for BIOS modding Maxwell cards:
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Hi Johny,

This is all nice and well but what about the draw of the silicon? I mean, we all know that the silicon lottery determine if you get high overclocks or not.

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Hi Johny,

This is all nice and well but what about the draw of the silicon? I mean, we all know that the silicon lottery determine if you get high overclocks or not.

I don't really understand what your asking. You have to find your own max stable OC and use those values.

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For the voltage, you should set all of the sliders that I pointed out in the guide to your default voltage (my default is 1.212V). And yes I have a custom fan profile in my bios.

Ahhh Ok, cheers for the reply.

I didn't infact touch the voltage at all. I just set the base clock to 1418 by clicking "GPU Offset clock +13" several times, I then set the boost states to 1493.5 and saved.
Then set memory to 4000, and set fan profile to how I want it.

Working good, card is boosting to 1494mhz in gaming and just sitting there nice and stable.

Fan starts up at 20-25% as I want and reaches 70% ish under load - this gives a load temp of 60-64'c (looped heaven for 2hrs to test stability)

I now have the perfect custom card !!!

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Ahhh Ok, cheers for the reply.

I didn't infact touch the voltage at all. I just set the base clock to 1418 by clicking "GPU Offset clock +13" several times, I then set the boost states to 1493.5 and saved.
Then set memory to 4000, and set fan profile to how I want it.

Working good, card is boosting to 1494mhz in gaming and just sitting there nice and stable.

Fan starts up at 20-25% as I want and reaches 70% ish under load - this gives a load temp of 60-64'c (looped heaven for 2hrs to test stability)

I now have the perfect custom card !!!
Nice! Glad everything is how you want it! Does this disable boost? For instance, does your card still downclock when in non-demanding games?

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Check out my guide for BIOS modding Maxwell cards:
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It still downclocks as normal mate, it only boosts to 1494hz during gaming.

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