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    Rtx 3000 series undervolt discussion

    Does TimeSpy save locally to a file? If not, I have nothing aside from the Unigine Heaven scores. P.S. Did one more run at 2055MHz @ 981mV and this time I got a better score than the Gaming X Trio at 2040MHz, finally. Probably I did too many runs in a row before, or I don't know honestly...
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    Rtx 3000 series undervolt discussion

    Yes, it was +150 on the Gaming X Trio, and it's +240 on the SUPRIM. I can't wrap my head around it... Unless there are multiple versions of the same chip, like A and non-A chips for the 20 Series?
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    Rtx 3000 series undervolt discussion

    This doesn't make any sense... I switched a 3070 Gaming X Trio for a 3070 SUPRIM, and the results are really weird. I get lower score with 2070MHz @ 981mV on the SUPRIM compared to the 2040MHz @ 981mV on the Gaming X Trio. I tryed to increase the voltage to 1000mV, and it's still slightly...
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    Rtx 3000 series undervolt discussion

    It looks like 2040MHz @ 981mV is perfectly stable, that's with +150 shift compared to the stock curve. Even though frequency was at 2025MHz during most of the test.
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    Rtx 3000 series undervolt discussion

    This is my GPU after running TimeSpy:
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    Rtx 3000 series undervolt discussion

    GPU-Z says "Idle" in PerfCap Reason while running the benchmark, is that normal?
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    Rtx 3000 series undervolt discussion

    Stepping frequency by 15? I use talon95 method. Btw, I forgot to mention that when setting 975mV as frequency, it was actually running at 967mV (dunno why).
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    Rtx 3000 series undervolt discussion

    I'm going to try TimeSpy to see if there's any difference in stability with DX12. Anyway, do you think it would be bad to use voltages that aren't 25 multiplies? Like 987mV for example. Even at 1000mV GPU was very cool peaking at around 60°C and drawing around 200-220W (same as NVIDIA spec for...
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    Rtx 3000 series undervolt discussion

    So I did some runs in Heaven and these are the results: 1965MHz @ 1075mV @ 100% PL - Stock GPU 2040MHz @ 1000mV @ 104% PL - Stable OC; min fps 35.7; avg fps 110.6; score 2786 2040MHz @ 950mV @ 104% PL - Unstable OC 2040MHz @ 975mV @ 104% PL - Stable OC; min fps 35.7; avg fps; 109.6; score 2760...
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    Rtx 3000 series undervolt discussion

    Ok, Afterburner 4.6.3 Beta 2 reads the voltage correctly.
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    Rtx 3000 series undervolt discussion

    So, I've just got my 3070, but can't see its voltage in MSI Afterburner. Is that because I'm using 4.6.2 instead of 4.6.3 Beta 2? Besides, I did one run of Heaven at stock and noticed the GPU was always power-limited. Is that normal?
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    Rtx 3000 series undervolt discussion

    What was your stock voltage when boosting to max stock frequency, and how did you choose to lower it to 900mV?
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    Rtx 3000 series undervolt discussion

    What GPU do you have btw? I think I'll try to get the lowest voltage I can while keeping the 2040MHz boost on my 3070.
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    Rtx 3000 series undervolt discussion

    Thanks for the shortcut to drag multiple points, but doing it your way, you end up increasing the voltage for all frequencies below your target. I think there is no perfect method... Your method is basically the opposite of wccftech method, since they lowered the entire curve first, and then...
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