I'm not sure if PCIE is related here but it's possible.yeah, this is totally confusing, lol. I am getting 550W currently with this as it is ( PNY bios), close to 600W with the EVGA 500W bios, card is scoring high on the leaderboards, Not looking to tear down my loop honestly, too much work... As long as my card doesn't die, I am good, lol. Maybe I need to remove the 10mhom shunt on PCIE and replace with 5mohm? I dunno.
Actually forget everything I typed previously.
Can you do me a favor and post your uncorrected GPU_Z values at maximum values for all wattage rails, please?
I Just looked at your TDP and TDP% and see they are wildly different. That means something you corrected is out of limits.
I Just looked at @olrdtg's post.
he seems to have the same type of power spread that you do
Except for that weird NVVDD1 input power (sum) that is showing up as way too low on yours.
Id recommend using HWINFO64 to monitor with. You can set up multiplyers for the power readings so you can easily see the true reading with out having to do the maths in your head. I'd absolutely LOVE to use HWINFO64, but sadly it does not like my motherboard sensors or something, as a minute...
Yeah there's something funky up with yours.
I Just ran a 400W power draw test and got 30 watts on that (42.9W corrected with 1.43x)
But you're at 16 watts at 500W, while olrdtg is at 40W at 580. But I really do not know what I'm talking about anymore.
Can you kindly post your GPU-Z "maximum" values for all wattage values, please?