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2019/08/17 15:51:20 (permalink)
Anybody go in the control panel and mess with those settings, if so what’s the best settings to pick to make the graphics card get the most benefit
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    Re: Gpu boost 4.0 2019/08/17 16:35:14 (permalink)
    You can't change how GPU Boost 4.0 works, but you apply some changes to your graphics card to get the most out of your EVGA GeForce RTX graphics card. You can first go into the NVIDIA control panel to set power management setting so that the GPU prefers maximum performance. You can check out NVIDIA's guide here https://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3130/~/setting-power-management-mode-from-adaptive-to-maximum-performance
     
    You can then go into the Precision X1 software and max out your power limit settings and then try applying a more aggressive fan RPM onto your graphics card so that the temperatures are generally lower. GPU Boost 4.0 benefits from lower temperatures, so the lower your graphics card's temperatures, the better clock speeds you should be able to achieve, of course you are still at the mercy of Silicon lottery, but for the most part you should see some performance uplift.
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    Re: Gpu boost 4.0 2019/08/17 16:43:40 (permalink)
    Moving to General Software
     
    Home » All Forums » [Computer Hardware/Software] » General Software
     
    this thread might turn into a discussion about using X1 - however the OP asked about Nvidia Control panel

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    Re: Gpu boost 4.0 2019/08/17 17:02:51 (permalink)
    How much more power does the graphics card get from doing this? Once I’m back at my pc going to do this hopefully I can get even more,
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    Re: Gpu boost 4.0 2019/08/18 14:57:09 (permalink)
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    Anybody go in the control panel and mess with those settings, if so what’s the best settings to pick to make the graphics card get the most benefit



    By the most benefit, are you referring to the highest quality output, or the most efficient way to run the card with a specific game, or are you looking more for better performance (higher clock speeds and frame rate, etc)?
     
    If you are looking for higher quality, some settings to alter include "texture filtering - Anisotropic sample optimization"," texture filtering - Quality", "Power management mode" and possibly "threaded optimization" and "vertical sync".  The texture filtering settings usually default to a slightly lower quality setting in order to increase rendering speed at the cost of quality.  The power management mode is normally set to "optimal" which is a compromise between power consumption and power savings.  That setting can be changed to "prefer maximum performance" if the OS is mismanaging the power distribution (the power may fluctuate when the system "thinks" it's idle) in order to make the card ignore "power saving modes".  Threaded optimization can be used to force the graphics card to use multiple cores, if for some reason it is finding it difficult to recognize a system has access to them. 
     
    I set these on a game-by-game basis, although they can also be set globally.

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    Re: Gpu boost 4.0 2019/08/18 17:54:02 (permalink)
    Ohh ok. I’m also trying get the fastest Boost possible as well, as far as I can see the power management was the setting that could help that but when I messed with that setting my performance was almost exactly the same. I’m on an Aio on the kingpin, 2080 ti,
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    Re: Gpu boost 4.0 2019/08/19 12:59:06 (permalink)
    You are probably wanting to use PrecisionX1 (from EVGA).  It will allow you to alter things like max power, voltage, specify max clock ceiling, create custom fan profiles, etc.  Download it and give it a try.
     
    Nvidia's "GPU Boost 4.0" technology is hardwired in the GPU. The only known way to truly alter it is changing the GPU's BIOS, which can be a bit risky, so only do that if advised or after reading more about how do it, and the pitfalls it make bring with it.
     

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