Question Does someone have a 1050ti undervolt curve

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So, recently i wanted to undervolt my 1050ti without peformance degradation.
 
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You won't find a curve ready because every card behaves differently and you need to make your own by trial and error.

For example I have seen a 5700 XT that could not go less than 1022mV for 2000MHz core, my buddy's can go 956 mV for the same core and mine goes 972mV.
 
I would first fix the cooling issue if there is one, rather than reducing performance in an attempt reduce the component temps.
I agree that first thing to fix is the cooling and then go to software fixes but you are incorrect about reducing performance at least when it comes to GPUs.
I managed to lower my temps by 11C and keep the same exact clocks with undervolting (which is the same performance) and then because I wanted even lower temps I undervolted more with the results being 15C lower and 1,7% lower performance on average (in the games I play).
To be fair 5700XT has ridiculously high voltage and undervolting is almost a must.
 

Fiorezy

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I wouldn't do it on a CPU either.

I would first fix the cooling issue if there is one, rather than reducing performance in an attempt reduce the component temps.
And we have NO idea what temps the OP is working with.
Performance loss is negligeable, I undervolted and underclocked my 3070 from 1965Mhz stock to 1830Mhz and I lost only 2% of its performance in exchange of -15c and a quiet card.
 

Jmi20

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actually, performance loss is nil. Provided that you could keep stock clocks and are stable.

edit: actually, performance could potentially increase. On this “new” r9 390 im playing with, undervolting reduced my temps and power, so it doesnt hit power limit, as much. In an artificial load.
 

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