Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by BetA, Sep 15, 2010.
Here it is...
Thank you very much.
THX BetA13! Fan low from 1550 to 1350rmp!
Ok tank you
I got 875 MHz stable with 1.175v and 850 MHz with 1.15v ( stability test with gpu tool techpowerup and metro 2033 )
In your opinion, I use 850 MHz or 875 MHz for 24/7 ??!!! ( memory for both is 4000 )
875 MHz Max temp is 84 ~ 85 and 850 MHz is 80~82 c . ( manual fan speed )
3D mark vantage Result : 875 MHz is P27.302 and 850 MHz is P26759
i dont really know, i only have an gtx460. but i think 850mhz@ 1.15 volt looks 24/7 doable for me..
But u need to chek the temps and see for ur self..
i think 750 1000 for me enough ! please make this and 3d voltage set 1.050v
If brought low then i manual ocing with msi ...
tanks in advance
sorry that it took so loong, but i had to make some food for later..lool..
oki doki then, here we go..
Gpu @ 750
Ram @ 2000 (4000mhz)
Voltage @ 1.050
Could you please unlock the voltages of my GTX 470? My max. OC has been around 800/1900. BTW i'm using the stock cooler but I have another fan blowing from the side panel and another one on top of the PCB. Temps are quite good.
What's the max voltage I should use with the stock cooler? Around 1.1 (my current limit is 1087)? Could you also unlock the fan speed if it's blocked (which I doubt)?
Heres the Full VOltage Unlock...
For the Fan speed im sorry, i cant adjust fan settings on gf100 GPU´s...its not possible at the moment..
Heres the Bios.
Only Voltage unlock, rest untouched..
And dont push the Voltage too High, you could get your card killed..I guess around 1.1 should be enough with normal cooling..Watch ur temps...
Tank you very much brother
Wow that was quick! Thank you very much
I have an interesting situation. I have 2 Gigabyte 460's at 1gb. I have successfully overclocked them in sli to 860mhz. This is stable in all applications and benchmarks except for furmark and the ilk (because of the extra heat). When running furmark everything is stable until I reach the neighborhood of 90c, then the screen goes black. This happens around 90c regardless of clock speed or voltage. I thought the max operating temperature for these cards was 104c so this seems strange to me.
So I was wondering if my cards could have some restriction in bios that is shutting them down at a premature temp. If this is what is happening I would appreciate this restriction being removed.
I would also like a voltage unlock so I can push for 900mhz in sli if it is possible.
My fans show that they can hit 100% in Afterburner so I assume they are actually hitting that speed, but if they are not I would like max fan speed unlocked to 100%.
Also, my 2 cards have different voltages and I have no reason to permanently change either of them. So I need to send you both bioses which I've labeled "1.txt" and "2.txt". Please double check that they are different because I just saved them using GPU-Z and scroll clicking to an identical option gives me little confidence that it actually selected the second card's bios when I tried. If I need to pull a card out and snag the bioses one at a time please let me know.
Thank you so much for your help.
Sure would be nice if this utility program was shared !!!!!!!
could you please set 838/1675/2000 for my clocks this is a stock evga 480
is it possable to ramp up the fanspeed a bit ?
this is known with sli that these cards act different..i cant do anything about it. The bioses are exactly the same..
here i made the bioses...
Volateg unlock and 100% fan speed...
As i said in the FIRST POST..this tool is NON PUBLIC and im not allowed to share it..live with it...
I can set these settings but i NEED to know on what Voltage they are stable so i can set this too...
And sry, i cant set fanspeed on gf100 chips..its not possible with this tool..
Please let me know what voltage u need for those Clocks..
Could you lower the fan to 20%, this is a twin frozr II cooler and there is still place for RPM to lower (30% = 1300RMP)
If your 2x Geforce GTX 460 cards get 90c in Furmark, it's beast to not OC
and Volt them higher, if you want to go higher you have to buy Water
cooling set, like Swiftech MCW80
That are the one i am going to buy for my Gigabyte GTX-460 1 GB SLI, they
cool the Geforce GTX 460 very good.