telehogNVDD 1.25 , FBVdd 1.4 to 1.43 , MSVDD 1.2 , Kingping settings. All cards our different and this should help. Watch This lots of information. https://www.evga.com/videos/ EVGA Overclocking Invitational 2!
FuzzypunksFirst I want to say how much I love the Kingpin cards. They are a ton of fun to overclocking and I appreciate EVGA supporting the overclocking community. Now I need help using the Classified tool. I know some of you have had good results using it and I need to know your setting please. All of you overclocking ninjas I need your help with what you used on each setting and how you got there including temps please. Also I’ve noticed that after a few runs all my score does is drop. I remember Vince saying the memory heats up and the performance drops, is anyone else experiencing this? If you are able to get good results run after run, what are you going to achieve this. Thanks in advance for everyone’s help!
SajinI leave mine at 400. Level 1 load line. To get the xoc vbios you have to send Vince an e-mail at Vince@kingpincooling.com.Note: he will need your full name and serial number of your card.
SajinEach card will respond differently to the settings. You could try Vince’s settings...1.125 nvvdd, 1.4 fbvdd, & 1.2 msvdd. Leave both load lines on level 1 and disable both ocp.You’ll also need the xoc vbios which will void your warranty.
SajinNot for 24/7 use, but you can do what you want.
menko2SajinNot for 24/7 use, but you can do what you want.One quick question. How is the safe temp for the gddr6x memory? In my readings the lowest module is 43 and the highest module 62.
foxrunIs it worth it to grab the XOC bios for gaming? Im stuck at 2145-2175 for gaming and was hoping to try and break 2200+ like what other people are getting. I may have lost the silicon lottery on this one.