but I think it is a risk to jump power up without testing at stock voltages first.
So, when your power limit is set at 100%, this means your card is 'limited' to it's TDP, and if whatEVER you're doing with the card is causes it to exceed a draw of 175W, the driver will start to downclock and downvolt the card in order to get it run within the expected power envelope designated by the power target slider and the TDP.
do you think it is okay to just jump the card up to 145% max power right away. I do not think anything would happen 99% of the time but I still do not like to jump right up to higher power without testing incrementally how the card reacts to more power. the small jump in MHz overclock is definitely not the issue Soccer Cleats In Grass
In your case i think you would have had this problem sooner or later no matter what.
Although you are correct, I don't see this being a reason for the PSU frying. Higher voltage would have potentially kills the Soccer Shoes Gold
So, when you OC, and especially when you OV your card, you are obviously likely to increase the power draw of the card (depending of course on the intensity of Nike Football Boots 2015 Cr7 the test, whether you have v sync on, these types of things), and if you don't raise the power limit, it might well cause the card to downclock/downvolt when you don't want it to.
next time use unigine heaven benchmark. you can just let that keep running while you change your clocks and voltages in real time while unigine is running.
yes. whenever you overclock never increase the voltage until you have found out how much you can push at stock voltage. Then do the smallest increase in voltage possible and then increase your GHz some more.
Raising the Power Target up simply allows for your card to draw more juice through it's three connectors without resorting to downclocking/volting. In the scenario I Nike Soccer Cleats New Releases 2017
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GPU but the PSU failing just indicates a bad unit.
In all fairness to the OP what you did is not that risky and should not have caused any problems. It's something more akin to 'wattage control'. Your card has some amount of 'juice' it's expected to run at, at a maximum. Let's say you have 2 x 6 pin connectors on your card + the power from the motherboard. The max 'rated' wattage draw from each of these three connections is 75W, and you have 3, so the absolute max wattage draw that AMD is going to 'allow' your card to draw is 225W.
described, it's likely that whatever % value you have available over 100% is going to reflect the difference between TDP and 'max safe wattage draw', based on the connectors running to your card. If your card indeed had a TDP value of 175, it's likely that max power target would be 100% + (225 175)/175 100, or 128% maximum power target.
However, they likely 'expect' a card with this connector configuration to draw something like 175W. Lets call that wattage amount the card's TDP, for the sake of simplicity.
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