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post #541 of 541 (permalink) Old 01-21-2019, 12:09 PM
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I hate to be the guy to bump an old thread but this seems like the best place for my question.

So in KBT on my GTX 660’s I should adjust the p00 state if I want it to use 1.212v at max boost but not stay locked at that voltage constantly? Or how should I do it? I ask because right now I am capped at the GTX 660 soft cap of 1.175 or whatever it is. I know it can handle more voltage because my temps don’t even hit 50C on either card, mainly asking so I can crank the memory clocks up as high as possible.

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