NiBiTor allows graphics card enthusiasts to have full control over advanced features and functionality found on firmware of supporting cards. If you don't have an answer, don't make one up. I would like to try setting a custom fan curve. My memory clock is now set to +448 or 8,900 Mhz. There's a crapload of info over on overclockers. Also, the fans are 0rpm up to some temperature? All of the changes are visible in there.
I think I went through a second cycle of this discovery when I got the memory up to about +408. The best I can do with the memory-clock is about 8,900 Mhz. I honestly don't think it is doing much, but I have it set to 126% anyways. If you don't know those details, please just say you don't know or stay silent. Because you saw what happened to 's laptop. It seems that if they are providing two bios on the card with different settings, they would have some documentation somewhere as to what the differences are. I am sure someone has found a way around the limitations at this point.
Hope u can help me with that, I really wanna know what's happening right now and why there is literally nothing goin on in the first year after launch. It seems like the very best overclocks you can get with these cards are pushing right up against that power limit, and the power limit is likely the real reason why you can't get beyond 2,063 Mhz. The performance difference between 2. As for how the forum works, many users do not understand. Most of the performance gains from overclocking is my 9. As you also noted, the power target is slightly higher on the slave bios.
There are 2 programmed settings in Precision. I have searched and not found anything definitive. Some people have used the T4 bios from Asus on their cards, flashing it to the one bios while retaining the factory one on the other. It is possible to edit common details, such as base and memory clock, boost clock and limit, minimum and maximum percent, along with power control. I could be wrong, and you could be at the end of your tether with that.
I should have nothing to complain about. I don't know why everyone doesn't understand this. I am trying to to reduce the minimum fan speed in the bios of my 750ti to 35%. I have to balance the features that I can get and want, against 4K at any cost or sacrifice. The dual bios has always been for experimenting. Hitting the power limit quite often.
Not even to 100% let alone needing 120 or 130. When I was overheating the 970Ms in the past, the motherboard would beep loudly when it failed to detect thermal signal from the card. A more demanding game shows fluctuations reaching 2,025 but bouncing around above 1,974 Mhz. Så går den fra hvor den står på 120% hele tiden og ned på 80% ca. Moving it to the top x1 slot will be a pain-in-the-ass for extra things to do for making it possible. My 1070 has the option of raising the power limit to 126%. Don't want to get your hopes up, but I had edged up my memory speed in small chunks, and early in the process I think I was stuck at something close to your speed.
It seemed rock solid at 450, so I dropped it down to 448 for good measure. In the same way, I'd toyed with the idea of buying a second card -- because my master-plan required at least the option for one. Temperature at max 42°C water cooled. For the 1070, the slider only goes to 112%, and this may explain why the 1080 has ample room before it throttles. If you want to see the official numbers, save the two bios with gpuz, and view them with bios tweaker.
I soon found it necessary to turn attention back to the core speed. I mean does the decrypter requires information only Nvidia and some vendors hold or what? So we've seen the Bios tweaker for Maxwell quite fast after release and now we have Pascal but nothing. Not maximum settings though, but high. As long as owners accept the risk including the risk of burning up their card and voiding their warranty , they should be able to do whatever they want with hardware for which they paid. I am not looking for suppositions or guesses or opinions. You can't get more official than the numbers that come directly from evga. It's a cool feature dual bios and highlighted in the marketing literature, but I can't find any documentation of the specific parameters in master vs.
Might want to check in the 1070 posts there and see what is going to work for your particular card. Not used it myself and am not familiar with the protocol that enables it to function on other manufacturers cards. I'm not looking for an argument. At stock voltage it can only do 8. It sports intuitive options to get the job done quickly.