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Re: [Guide] How to force max voltage & curve overclock with msi afterburner 2019/12/04 10:11:06 (permalink)
1.093 is the max.

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Re: [Guide] How to force max voltage & curve overclock with msi afterburner 2019/12/05 08:49:51 (permalink)
Thank you :-)
 
Now i (think i ) am power limited : 227W @2227.5 Mhz (Superposition 4800 Extreme)
The clock drop down in some scenes to 2200 and sometimes also 2150, if i OC to 2100 i have no problem.
 
Is there a way to bypass/change memory limit?
I am already @+1000 but i would like to try to go faster if is possible...
 
Thanks in advance
 
 

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Re: [Guide] How to force max voltage & curve overclock with msi afterburner 2019/12/05 11:20:23 (permalink)
Try using precision x1 to increase your memory past +1000.

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Re: [Guide] How to force max voltage & curve overclock with msi afterburner 2019/12/05 13:38:09 (permalink)
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Try using precision x1 to increase your memory past +1000.




Nothing change, limit +1000 also in Precision x1
 
Do you know if there is a modded Bios?
 
 

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Re: [Guide] How to force max voltage & curve overclock with msi afterburner 2019/12/05 13:53:51 (permalink)
No there isn't one.

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Re: [Guide] How to force max voltage & curve overclock with msi afterburner 2019/12/10 10:02:36 (permalink)
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Try using precision x1 to increase your memory past +1000.



it doesn't allow me to go past this. Is this with the latest BIOS?
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Re: [Guide] How to force max voltage & curve overclock with msi afterburner 2019/12/10 10:50:47 (permalink)
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Try using precision x1 to increase your memory past +1000.



it doesn't allow me to go past this. Is this with the latest BIOS?


On my 2080 ti I can go to +1500 using msi afterburner. With precision x1 I can goto +3000.

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Re: [Guide] How to force max voltage & curve overclock with msi afterburner 2020/02/01 19:00:22 (permalink)
Hey Sajin, Excellent guide and responses to users. 
 
Followed and tested your guide about 10 different times now. All setting within nvidia control panel and MSI Afterburner are set to / performance / constant voltage / voltage monitoring etc.
 
Specs:
 
CPU: 9900k 5.0ghz
GPU: 2080 ti Founders
RAM: 32 GB at 2133mhz
PSU: HX 850i
MOBO: ROG MAX CODE X
 
After following the guide. On idle my gpu runs at a perfect 1995 mhz 1.093 v solid 38-40C temp.(Air Cooling GPU)
 
However once I start bench-marking or open any application it immediately drops the voltage below 1.0v.
 
I see the yellow vertical line after configuring to 1.093v. Configured white line to combine with yellow via -1. With leaving mhz as default.
 
Edit : To sum up. Follow guide, Combine white vertical line with yellow vertical line (set at 1.093v). GPU stays at a constant 1.093v. Once I open a benchmark or game the white line reappears at 1.0v then constantly declines then increases. However it never remains constant. The voltage. Once I exit the benchmark or game it immediately defaults back to 1.093v constant.
 
Appreciate the help.
 
Thank You
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Re: [Guide] How to force max voltage & curve overclock with msi afterburner 2020/02/02 00:46:22 (permalink)
The reason your voltage is going down is because of your card temp.

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Re: [Guide] How to force max voltage & curve overclock with msi afterburner 2020/02/07 21:33:31 (permalink)
While I'm on step 4 of the guide I also get this grey line by my yellow line and my voltage goes to 1.068 (the grey line) instead of 1.093 (yellow line) on my 2080 ti. Why is it doing this?

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Re: [Guide] How to force max voltage & curve overclock with msi afterburner 2020/02/07 23:17:33 (permalink)
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While I'm on step 4 of the guide I also get this grey line by my yellow line and my voltage goes to 1.068 (the grey line) instead of 1.093 (yellow line) on my 2080 ti. Why is it doing this?

Was your card running at those clocks before you started?

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Re: [Guide] How to force max voltage & curve overclock with msi afterburner 2020/02/08 11:36:26 (permalink)
No I just tried it again and the grey line is now at 1.081. It always goes below the 1.093 mark
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Re: [Guide] How to force max voltage & curve overclock with msi afterburner 2020/02/08 12:21:44 (permalink)
If your voltage is going down after setting it to 1.093 it's because your temps are going too high when under a load,

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Re: [Guide] How to force max voltage & curve overclock with msi afterburner 2020/02/08 13:59:36 (permalink)
No I'm only on step 4. I am sitting at like 27c
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Re: [Guide] How to force max voltage & curve overclock with msi afterburner 2020/02/08 14:04:21 (permalink)
Then your card is running at elevated clocks on the desktop. It should be running at 300/405 before your start the process.

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Re: [Guide] How to force max voltage & curve overclock with msi afterburner 2020/02/08 15:08:50 (permalink)
It is but this grey line is still here. It's even here before I start following your guide. What is this grey line and how do I get rid of it? I don't see it in your pictures or anyone else's. 

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Re: [Guide] How to force max voltage & curve overclock with msi afterburner 2020/02/08 15:15:30 (permalink)
It's just telling you your current voltage/frequency. Nothing to worry about. Just follow the guide and you'll be ok. That line is the line you want to merge with the yellow line in step #10.
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Re: [Guide] How to force max voltage & curve overclock with msi afterburner 2020/02/08 17:39:07 (permalink)
I want to copy your curve so my OC won't drop since my gpu never goes above 58c. My graph has a lot more points than yours, is there anyway to reduce the amount of points it has to make it easier?
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Re: [Guide] How to force max voltage & curve overclock with msi afterburner 2020/02/08 17:45:05 (permalink)
No there isn't a way to reduce the points.

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Re: [Guide] How to force max voltage & curve overclock with msi afterburner 2020/02/08 20:54:07 (permalink)
I'm not trying to be rude, but what's the point of this guide since the voltage will never be constant due to gpu boost?
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Re: [Guide] How to force max voltage & curve overclock with msi afterburner 2020/02/09 13:27:35 (permalink)
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I'm not trying to be rude, but what's the point of this guide since the voltage will never be constant due to gpu boost?


The point of this guide is to show you how to force max voltage & curve overclock with msi afterburner. On air your voltage will still be adjusted down from 1.093v because of temps. On water it will hold 1.093v easily.

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Re: [Guide] How to force max voltage & curve overclock with msi afterburner 2020/02/09 14:45:11 (permalink)
So for those of us on air, is there really a point in doing this? My Oc is the same as before.
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Re: [Guide] How to force max voltage & curve overclock with msi afterburner 2020/02/09 15:17:07 (permalink)
Nope.

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Re: [Guide] How to force max voltage & curve overclock with msi afterburner 2020/02/25 16:48:41 (permalink)
Hi, I'm having a little bit of trouble with step 10 of the guide.  I was successful in getting the voltage to jump up once, however, when I try to repeat the steps I can't get it to budge. Would you have any ideas on where I may have gone wrong?
 
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Re: [Guide] How to force max voltage & curve overclock with msi afterburner 2020/02/25 17:29:32 (permalink)
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Hi, I'm having a little bit of trouble with step 10 of the guide.  I was successful in getting the voltage to jump up once, however, when I try to repeat the steps I can't get it to budge. Would you have any ideas on where I may have gone wrong?
 
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I have had that happen to me before. You need to reset afterburner to stock by pressing the reset button, then close afterburner and re-open it then try again.

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