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Nice to see you back, I only do the Flight Games in BF3-4, No Arma for me, do you still play?
That's how boost works bud. If you don't want Boost, you need to modify the BIOS which I do not recommend. Also, the memory isn't touched with boost. It lowers its speed at idle, but when in 3D clocks, it never changes.So thankful that rectified my problem . Now I have some more questions. Since I am a complete newbie with Nvidia graphics cards .. I downloaded MSI afterburner yesterday , and I'm trying to overclock . But I noticed something called boost automatically and dynamically changes my core clock based on temperature and a few different variables based on how it was performing . This is a pretty cool and fine and dandy since it is overclocking to 1900 MHz which is really incredible like a 30% overclock but how do I stop boost and can I manually control the core and men to stay the same frequency 24/7 without changing dynamically with boost? Every time I tried to add Core and mem frequency in Msi after burner , it never did anything because it was being dynamically changed with boost.
I would like to go 1900 core and Memory 5000.
How can I achieve this using MSI afterburner without boost affecting the clocks? Can I do this without touching the voltage or the fan speed? Thank you guys!
When increasing the power limit, you are not adding power, you are increasing the threshold at which it throttles because of power use.... hence why its called Power LIMIT.Right now I am not touching anything , not touching power limit, voltage. Nothing. The only thing I am upping is memory and core speed . And of course I Am hitting apply. I will mess around with it tonight after work. Do you recommend adding power? Remember I have never used Nvidia video before so adding max power is outside of my familiarity zone . What memory and core speed do you think I should shoot for ?
When increasing the power limit, you are not adding power, you are increasing the threshold at which it throttles because of power use.... hence why its called Power LIMIT.
I have no idea what you should shoot for... all cards are different, you know that ! That said, these seem to top out in the 2000-2100MHz range on the core so I guess somewhere around there?
maybe... likely with the same suggestion.
Give it a try and see. Do the core, find its limit, then back down, and do the memory. Then both.
I have a 1070 and 1080 here (MSI Gaming) from the reviews, yes (see front page).