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Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: Gorredijk, Holland
I never used the scanner lol. Went the old school way of just adding higher + offsets to the core and memory until the random DirectX crashes and pink artifacts came in Metro Exodus / GTA V.
Then I went about editing the curve to force 1093mv and found that 2100 is perfectly stable but "boost" messes it up as from idle te.ps ot starts at 2140 which crashes most of the time before it down clocks with temp increase so I have to set 2085 so it starts at 2115 which it will run long enough to heat up to 50 leveling at 2085.
Mabe with the new evga precision boost lock I can force 2100 somehow?
-Crashed: (not my fault
) '94 Nissan 100NX GA16DE (a.k.a. NX1600). Renault Laguna Phase I facelift '99 1.6 K4M. (Broke a strut and smacked a tree).
-Sold: '00 Nissan Primera P11-144 QG18DE, '97 Honda Prelude F20A4.
-Current: '03 Suzuki Ignis Sport 1.5 M15A & '03 Peugeot 206CC 2.0 RFN fully riced.
i9 9900K @ 5.025Ghz 1.248v
MSI MEG Z390 ACE
MSI RTX 2080 Gaming X Trio @ 2085 / 8200 @ 1093mv
Corsair Vengeance RGB B-Die @ 4220 17-17-17-34-280-2T 1.55v
Samsung 850 EVO 500GB x2
Seasonic Focus Plus Gold 750W
EK MLC-Phoenix 280 Kit
Phanteks Enthoo Evolv X
Windows 10 Pro X64
Samsung S27B350H @ 1080p 75Hz OC
Corsair MM300 Large
Steelseries Siberia V2
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