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post #2161 of 2166 (permalink) Old 07-11-2019, 04:00 PM - Thread Starter
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I'm not sure that's true. On my setup with the FTW BIOS i can clearly see my clocks go down to 1987MHz from 2000MHz whenever "1" is displayed on the Power limit graph, even though i'm only at 113% out of 127% power usage.
You using the FTW3 Kingpin Fix BIOS in BestBiosCollection.zip in thread OP?

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You using the FTW3 Kingpin Fix BIOS in BestBiosCollection.zip in thread OP?
I am yes, but as a previous post mentioned, I am running over 67c so that might be the cause of the power limit?

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I am yes, but as a previous post mentioned, I am running over 67c so that might be the cause of the power limit?
Temperatures do not "Cause" the power limit in pascal cards. Pascal cards can and will hit the power limit if they're running at -20c, 5c, or 80c. Just putting that in there.
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Little question:
I hav to run the Batch every restart to get the powerlimit up.
MSI Afterburner is pushing it back to stock everytime(Fresh install).

Do i have "only" have to set the powerlimit in MSI afterurner up to the max?

I think that was the problem for me the last time i tried to flash it to the fixed FTW bios
I'm on the newest version of Windows and my power limit is resetting every boot as well. I had to add an event in Task Manager for the .bat file to run 30 seconds after login. Older updates of Windows never had this problem.

Edit: I installed Afterburner applying settings on boot and now my power limit stays on boot with voltage bar enabled and power limit maxed out.

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Nice, ty for the info. I had this problem too. I was getting mad i thought more in drivers than on windows, but ive newest too.
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Quote: Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post
I'm on the newest version of Windows and my power limit is resetting every boot as well. I had to add an event in Task Manager for the .bat file to run 30 seconds after login. Older updates of Windows never had this problem.

Edit: I installed Afterburner applying settings on boot and now my power limit stays on boot with voltage bar enabled and power limit maxed out.
flashed the ftw kingpin bios one more time. Somehow i just cant udnerstand why my powerusage wont got over 300W

Flashed the bios etc.
Shunt modded card has no problems and the other wont pass 292W GPU Power. somehow "funny"
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