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2021/09/17 06:18:41 (permalink)
Hi I have a 3090 and am trying to use PX1 to overclock.  The PX1 voltage control doesn't seem to do anything when I run a test benchmark.  Whether voltage is set to 0 or 100, it doesn't really make a difference.   Any clock > +100 will cause 3d mark / PR to crash.  Is this voltage number a % or a number?  How do I validate changes in voltage are actually happening?  I have HWInfo64 but haven't be able to figure it out yet.
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    Re: EVGA voltage control 2021/09/17 12:35:45 (permalink)
    Setting the voltage to 100% doesn’t actually force the card to use additional voltage like it did with older GPUs. When you set the voltage to 100% you’re actually allowing the gpu to use additional voltage if certain conditions are met. Setting the voltage to 100% also unlocks three additional voltage bins that aren’t available when set to 0%.

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    Re: EVGA voltage control 2021/09/17 13:58:02 (permalink)
    Do I need the classified tool to make the magic happen Sajin?  Its a KP HC but on the Hybrid default set of bios files.  I posted some PR scores and results in the KP owner thread.
     
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    I thought I was onto something and I'm so close to breaking 15k in PR but I really can't seem to crack that clock speed conundrum.
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    Re: EVGA voltage control 2021/09/17 14:49:45 (permalink)
    Running the xoc vbios along with the classified tool will definitely get the card going faster.

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