Well, looks like it worked.
I found odd that the boost clock of my default bios was actually higher than the ones found on the 'H2O_MUMODV1.0_980TiG1_F10_DD' bios, which I used to copy the settings. Anyway I applied all settings (besides the fan stuff as I use a personalized curve myself)
Not that my card is great, I was never abe to get her past 1475Mhz, but now it was possible to run 1506Mhz.
Not sure there's more room to go higher, I'll see what I can get after I put her on WC (she goes at 85 on Heaven Benchmark, hot summer here where I live, 30C, no option but go WC), but I guess I didn't get lucky with this card.
Again, thanks for the tips!
Edit: now that I'm thinking, 1506 is exactly the max boost clock I defined on the bios editor by copying the settings from the G1 bios.
My original bios has a max boost clock of 1536, and after I edited the voltages tab, the boost table was actually over 1600Mhz, which I edited to 1506.5 that was defined on the G1 bios.
Is this value affecting how much I can get from the GPU? Should I put it back to the 1536Mhz or actually leave on the 1600+ that was auto-defined after increasing the voltages (once I go WC of course)? Or this is not related?
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Last edited by fleps; 02-12-2019 at 08:18 PM.