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February 15, 2017, 02:33:00 PM
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iam runnig 5x msi gtx 1060 6g , and the take around 144w  pro gpu  all together 700w , i saw post that they have only 80 to 90w pro gpu ,, how can i get that Huh??

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February 15, 2017, 02:39:25 PM
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underclock and/or undervolt
also, your other components draw power as well, not just your GPU, so if your system total is 700w then your gpus should account for ~650w of that
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February 15, 2017, 03:13:35 PM
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underclock and/or undervolt
also, your other components draw power as well, not just your GPU, so if your system total is 700w then your gpus should account for ~650w of that


can i uderclock or udervolt in afterburner , i there is other way Huh
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February 15, 2017, 03:19:28 PM
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Yes you can, but you need older version of AB

see this thread - http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=410150
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February 15, 2017, 03:21:39 PM
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underclock and/or undervolt
also, your other components draw power as well, not just your GPU, so if your system total is 700w then your gpus should account for ~650w of that


can i uderclock or udervolt in afterburner , i there is other way Huh

You cant undervolt the GTX 10xx series, they are locked by nVidia.  You can underpower, for example I have the 1060 3gb cards and I have them running at 85 power in MSI and get the same ZCASH SOL/s as 100 power in MSI afterburner.
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February 15, 2017, 04:32:12 PM
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underclock and/or undervolt
also, your other components draw power as well, not just your GPU, so if your system total is 700w then your gpus should account for ~650w of that


can i uderclock or udervolt in afterburner , i there is other way Huh

You cant undervolt the GTX 10xx series, they are locked by nVidia.  You can underpower, for example I have the 1060 3gb cards and I have them running at 85 power in MSI and get the same ZCASH SOL/s as 100 power in MSI afterburner.

i tested this and i get at 75 power the same like 100  and 50w less nice , but still how i can get under 100w pro card ?
 i have tested on my 980 ti on 75 power it the same like 100 . but can i go lower ?
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February 15, 2017, 04:38:40 PM
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underclock and/or undervolt
also, your other components draw power as well, not just your GPU, so if your system total is 700w then your gpus should account for ~650w of that


can i uderclock or udervolt in afterburner , i there is other way Huh

You cant undervolt the GTX 10xx series, they are locked by nVidia.  You can underpower, for example I have the 1060 3gb cards and I have them running at 85 power in MSI and get the same ZCASH SOL/s as 100 power in MSI afterburner.

i tested this and i get at 75 power the same like 100  and 50w less nice , but still how i can get under 100w pro card ?
 i have tested on my 980 ti on 75 power it the same like 100 . but can i go lower ?

It might not be available for the 6gb cards, your max power is higher than mine, the 1060 3gb has a max power of 125, I can only get to 100 w with 85 power setting, the 6gb is much higher so it might not be possible unless you want to lose money mining.  You have to find your sweet spot for the power vs electricity you pay
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February 15, 2017, 04:56:06 PM
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use msi voltage/frequency curve editor

that will get you around 80w-85w
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February 15, 2017, 07:21:58 PM
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use msi voltage/frequency curve editor

that will get you around 80w-85w

is there one good guide or video?
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