2019/04/15 13:46:22
TwoEvilOne
my RTX Classified Controller settings, used to benchmark 3DMARK PORT ROYAL 9501 score.
http://www.3dmark.com/pr/78870 

NVVDC 1.15000 V  (range .65 -1.3) Tin noted 1.5V on stock cooling is NOT safe!
FBVDC 1.48750 V  (range 1.35 - 1.6)
PECVDD 1.078 V (never moved)
PWM Freq. 400 kHz (never moved)
+1.8v 1.80 V (never moved)
NVVDD Loadline Level 10 (applied to level 0, 9, 10 ,11)
NVVDD OCP (Over Clock Protection) Enable (never moved)

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2019/04/15 14:03:32
Zeddivile
Nice Score. Grats
2019/04/15 14:05:15
fragility_V1
Did the Loadline setting help stabilize your settings?  Wasn't sure quite what it was. I assumed this would be acting like LLC on a CPU OC.
2019/04/15 14:37:16
TwoEvilOne
fragility_V1
Did the Loadline setting help stabilize your settings?  Wasn't sure quite what it was. I assumed this would be acting like LLC on a CPU OC.


i wasnt sure either so i just applied it and it worked.

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2019/04/15 14:47:04
bcavnaugh
TwoEvilOne
my RTX Classified Controller settings, used to benchmark 3DMARK PORT ROYAL 9501 score.
http://www.3dmark.com/pr/78870 

NVVDC 1.15000 V  (safe range .65 -1.5)
FBVDC 1.48750 V  (safe range 1.35 - 1.6)
PECVDD 1.078 V (never moved)
PWM Freq. 400 kHz (never moved)
+1.8v 1.80 V (never moved)
NVVDD Loadline Level 10 (applied to level 0, 9, 10 ,11)
NVVDD OCP Enable (never moved)



2019/04/15 20:12:55
TiN_EE
1.5V on stock cooling is NOT safe.
2019/04/15 22:17:00
TwoEvilOne
TiN_EE
1.5V on stock cooling is NOT safe.


Thanks Tin
Your right i should change my wording.
i watched my temps very closely, and kept it at or under 60.0 Celsius.
What do you think your cards can handle safely on stock cooling? I am running 1.15V on stock cooling with a low ambient room 20c.
Thanks for your input, its reverence. Overclocking and benchmarking is a challenging and entertaining learning experience.
 
I raised my score on Superposition 1.1 4K to 13811
https://benchmark.unigine.com/leaderboards/superposition/1.x/4k-optimized/single-gpu/page-1
 
https://benchmark.unigine.com/results/rid_2e96bb2125f745a992df66266044acac
 
2019/04/16 00:33:28
Çliçk
Can this tool save settings and apply it in text boot up?🤔
2019/04/16 09:37:13
bcavnaugh
TwoEvilOne
TiN_EE
1.5V on stock cooling is NOT safe.


Thanks Tin
Your right i should change my wording.
i watched my temps very closely, and kept it at or under 60.0 Celsius.
What do you think your cards can handle safely on stock cooling? I am running 1.15V on stock cooling with a low ambient room 20c.
Thanks for your input, its reverence. Overclocking and benchmarking is a challenging and entertaining learning experience.
 
I raised my score on Superposition 1.1 4K to 13811
https://benchmark.unigine.com/leaderboards/superposition/1.x/4k-optimized/single-gpu/page-1
 
https://benchmark.unigine.com/results/rid_2e96bb2125f745a992df66266044acac

On what Settings?
NVVDC 1.15000 V  (safe range .65 -1.5)
FBVDC 1.48750 V  (safe range 1.35 - 1.6)
PECVDD 1.078 V (never moved)
PWM Freq. 400 kHz (never moved)
+1.8v 1.80 V (never moved)
2019/04/16 09:42:48
richiec77
For Classified settings, I used 1.143-1.15v NVVDD. FBVDC 1.485v. PECVDD moved 1 notch and back. Didn't affect anything pos-or-neg. PWM 700. LLC 5.

Vince was saying up to 1.50v FBVDC is safe for short benching sessions at ambient. It can help stabilize higher clocks but you'll find extra voltage on the memory can lead to extra heat and temps which in turn reduces stability. There's an easy to hit negative scalling on memory at ambient temps. But every card will be a bit different.

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