yup them Übers too!I wanted to share some more results from V7BETA.
When you don't max out voltage and power % sliders it doesn't allow the full potential of the BIOS
and therefore won't eliminate perfcaps, throttling etc. .
Results are night and day between allowing the max power/voltage and leaving only "BIOS defaults". Here is some RAW DATA
to chew on Both "BIOS Defaults" and "As intended with power%/voltage maxxed" are both 100% stable for me, even under punishing tests.
. The following test data was from running 3DMark FireStrike ULTRA 4K, in a LOOP. All the tests, PLUS the DEMO, twice in a row
The excel pivot tables are in the following format:VOLTAGE --> BOOST SPEED AT THAT VOLTAGE --> PERFCAP REASON (0=NONE) --> DURATION OF THE BOOST
. I didn't show anything below default GPU speeds in the pivots but wanted to include adaptive power management in my tests.Here is the "BIOS default" configuration.
You can see that I'm not allowing full voltage or power yet. This configuration is not
how this BIOS was meant to be run. In this configuration, the power and voltage is restricted. Overclocking apps aren't actually INCREASING your voltage or power, they are simply ALLOWING what is programmed in the BIOS. You just can't expect to win the race if your engine is running at IDLE, even if it has 1000HP
I give everyone the option to fine tune as needed.
1405 BIOS DEFAULTS (Click to show)
Here is the fully unlocked configuration.
I now allow the maximum voltage and power configured in the BIOS. No perfcaps, no throttling, steady 1531. Pivot table validates with the times shown at 1531Mhz steady boost.
1531 BIOS FULLY UNLOCKED (Click to show)