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EVGA 1080 TI IN SLI AB Not applying Voltage to card?

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Odogx44x

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SO I have been tinkering with overclocking these cards this week using mainly Firestrike, and it seems for Afterburner these cards might be too new.. or the Voltage control when I increase it, is just not adding voltage. Below is a pic of the settings I used to achieve my max score so far, but if I increase the Memory MHz score goes down if I increase Core clock it locks up. I increase just voltage nothing happens so I don't think the AB is increasing the voltage to the cards.. Anyone having the same issue?



Running

EVGA X99 Classified
EVGA SuperNOVA TITANIUM 1600W
Intel Core i7-6950X 25M Broadwell-E 10-Core
CORSAIR Dominator Platinum 64GB DDR4 3200
SAMSUNG 850 EVO 2.5" 500GB
Asus ROG PG348Q Black 34" 3440 x 1440, 100 Hz Curved IPS G-Sync 21:9 WQHD
2X EVGA 1080 Ti Cards IN SLI
 

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Nebulous

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Have you gone into settings/General tab to enable it?

In the general tab under Compatability Properties:

Unlock Voltage Control
Unlock Voltage Monitoring
Force Constant Voltage


These pascal cards are voltage limited/locked so don't expect much. My 1070's limit is 1.093v maxing out the voltage control in MSI AB.

Sweet build btw! :thup:
 

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