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66racer
11-06-2011, 04:14 AM
Hi guys,

Im wondering if there are any insiders here, but as custom as the board on this thing looks can it do 1125mv 24/7? What are the voltage limits of this board? What is the max memory voltage (assuming I find a program to add voltage)? The software doctor program it comes with didnt let me adjust voltage so I went with msi afterburner beta, I am allowed a max of 1125mv there, gpu tweek limits me to 1100mv, but I read online that this thing has a custom bios and "should be" able to do 1200mv stock 24/7

Can someone help sort through the confusion please

So far I am bf3 stable with 875mhz/1750/2200 @ 1100mv in afterburner. I benched with 895/1790/2100 at 1100mv but havent tested in bf3 yet. Max temp was 55c with a custom fan profile after about 1hr on bf3 multiplayer ultra with msaa off. Ambient temp was 74F

Brian@ASUS
11-06-2011, 08:18 PM
use asus' GPU Tweak There is mode you can automatically adjust speed and voltage for preset overclockers. then you can mess around with it to get the sweet spot by lowered voltages until stable.

66racer
11-07-2011, 04:34 AM
use asus' GPU Tweak There is mode you can automatically adjust speed and voltage for preset overclockers. then you can mess around with it to get the sweet spot by lowered voltages until stable.

Yeah I kinda like the gpu tweek, deffenetly looks best of all of the tools out, but just sticking to msi at the moment. So far the lowest I have this thing at is 875mhz with 1075mv durring gaming on bf3, at 1050mv crashes on unigin heaven 2.5. Also at 895mhz with 2200memory it did unigin heaven with 1075mv also. As a safety net Im currently leaving it at 875mhz 2200 @ 1088mv. After a few hours of gaming I will take it up to 895 and long term game and see how that goes.

Does anyone know if this card is built to handle 1125mv 24/7? I would like to see if I can get something in the 950mhz range but dont want to risk overvolting it.