Originally Posted by ConsciousInsanity
Thanks but that guide is a bit confusing. i saw some stuff about shaders which im not worried about. My shader and core are linked and I just leave it at that. Im going to try upping the voltage by .013. And by the by is their an unsafe increment to up a voltage by. I was told for OC'ing to not increase a clock by more than 15MHZ at a time. Is there a similar rule for voltage increases?
Yeah, as Mikecdm
kindly pointed out, my intention was just to show you it's a similar thing as with the straps that are used for Core, Shader and Memory frequency increases, wherein it's by increments, and not every number.
Sorry about that, didn't mean to add confusion.
Originally Posted by Mikecdm
I think he means that the voltage goes up in increments as well, similar to how shader straps worked on the 200 series and below. The stock limit on my 460 is 1.1v. I personally wouldn't have a problem running at 1.1v 24/7. I ran it at 1.3v the other day on stock cooling to test it out. Turns out it doesn't clock too well on stock cooling, regardless of voltage.
Yup, I got some copper heatsinks, scraped the gunky T4000 off them and put some nice Sekisui Thermal Tape, then plonked 'em on the MOSFETs, the stock cooler on this is really pants though.
At 1.0v I can do 815/1050 OCCT stable (64c Heaven), [email protected]
(84c OCCT, 74c Heaven) [email protected]
1.075 (OCCT- Toasty, 81c Heaven). and I stopped bothering there.
Will test again with a decent cooler, these really don't like 72c and over.