[SOLVED] I want to completely disable overclocking in my GPU is that possible?

Indra Constantine

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Motherboard: https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/H510M-A-PRO/support
CPU: https://www.intel.co.id/content/www/id/id/products/sku/203474/intel-core-i310105f-processor-6m-cache-up-to-4-40-ghz/specifications.html
GPU: https://www.msi.com/Graphics-Card/GeForce-GTX-1060-ARMOR-6G-OC/Specification

In motherboard BIOS setting is default.

GPU Clock hit: 1923MHz
Memory Clock Hit: 4003MHz
GPU Voltage hit: 1.2 Volt

i just want my GPU run like the spec say like this

GPU Clock: 1544MHz Default - Boost 1759MHz
Memory Clock: 2002MHz

is that possible?
 
Yes. Get MSI Afterburner, open the Curve Editor (Ctrl +F if you can't find it). Find the point where it's at 1544MHz and flatten the curve after that. Make sure to press "Apply" and save the profile so you don't have to do it again.

You need to leave MSI Afterburner running. Otherwise the video card will revert back to its default behavior.
 
Yes. Get MSI Afterburner, open the Curve Editor (Ctrl +F if you can't find it). Find the point where it's at 1544MHz and flatten the curve after that. Make sure to press "Apply" and save the profile so you don't have to do it again.

You need to leave MSI Afterburner running. Otherwise the video card will revert back to its default behavior.
 

Indra Constantine

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Yes. Get MSI Afterburner, open the Curve Editor (Ctrl +F if you can't find it). Find the point where it's at 1544MHz and flatten the curve after that. Make sure to press "Apply" and save the profile so you don't have to do it again.

You need to leave MSI Afterburner running. Otherwise the video card will revert back to its default behavior.
is this method safe?
 

DeDaniel

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It seems that your aim is to limit the clock speed to the advertised boost clock speed. If that's the case l, i suggest you do undervolting.

  1. Pre-heat gpu with benchmark tools (heaven benchmark unigine) up to 60c.
  2. Open monitoring tool (techpowerup gpu-z) to monitor gpu temp and performance cap reason.
  3. Use gpu tuning tools (msi afterburner) and turn fan to max speed or the loudest you can hear to get consistent temp. Then open frequency curve editor.
  4. Find max offset. Select a point at 900mv (any voltage lower than 1025mv for undervolting), press enter and backspace to clear then increase it by 1 step (the gpu clock change by every step which is 15mhz and may differ from other models). You can skip to 150mhz (10step) and start to raise by 1 step afterwards. Ctrl + z will undo the graph modification. Note: you don't need to lower the core speed at higher voltage if the point/graph doesn't exceed the point you added the offset.
  5. After reaching max offset, lower it by 2-3 step for stability. For example it crashed at 240 then lower it to 210 (-2 step).
  6. If the clock speed doesn't reach the advertised boost clock at 900mv, raise the voltage by 25mv (925mv) and so on. If it exceeded then lower the max clock offset and you're all done.
Note: there's gpu boost technology on top of the frequency curve so the curve will move around based on the gpu temp. Don't bother with the frequency while the gpu is not under load (cold) as it will always show the offset at a frequency higher than the advertised boost clock.
 

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