bcavnaughPurishThanks for the help. Sucks because the original card I RMA'd OC'd to 2145MHz without crashing. Should have just kept it and done the magnet trick. Oh well not a huge performance loss either way.If you don't use MSI Afterburner and use PX1 are you seeing the same low MHz?
PurishThanks for the help. Sucks because the original card I RMA'd OC'd to 2145MHz without crashing. Should have just kept it and done the magnet trick. Oh well not a huge performance loss either way.
SajinGotta love that silicon lottery.
PurishSajinGotta love that silicon lottery.Yeah that's the beauty of it haha. I wonder if it's possible to replace the AIO on the hybrid with the x62 and get a 120mm AIO/beefy air cooler for the 9700k.That and a repaste could help bring temps down. But, it's only sitting at 55C under load so it's probably not worth it. I'll just have to take my 2055-2085 MHz and be happy I suppose.
SajinUse the the skin I'm using, and the first line you'll see will be white.
matrix7Whats the difference between trying this and just raising the voltage slider and trying manually to find the highest clock for the highest voltage point? If you lock the curve will my clocks stay higher?
Calamity9Hello Sajin. After following your guide I was able to get my card at 2.1ghz at 1.093v. I believe I did everything correctly. However, after I launch a game my voltage and frequency both start to go down. After looking at some other members' results on this forum, I don't think this is supposed to be happening. Am I missing something or doing something wrong here? Thanks in advance.
Calamity9Sorry but I'm very new to flashing a bios as I've never done it before. Doing some research, I see that you're currently running a 380W vbios? Does that vbios disable gpu boost? I've been looking for a way to get rid of gpu boost for a while now. As my temps are perfectly fine for running at 2.1ghz+. Im running a 2080ti Asus ROG STRIX, if that matters.
Calamity9Do you have a bios flashing tutorial by any chance?