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Undervolting / Overclocking 2070 Super Zotac AMP! Extreme

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Posted (edited) · Original PosterOP


2070 super Zotac AMP! Extreme

My case: Fractal Design Meshify C

Airflow: 2x 140 mm intake Noctua fans, 2x exhaust 120mm fans

CPU Cooler: Dark Rock Pro 4

CPU: Ryzen 7 3700X

Mobo: Asus x570 Tuf



Temps while gaming were around 70-72 C. 


idle temps on GPU: 31 C

load temps before undervolting: 71 C (1068 V at 2055 Mhz)

load temps after undervolting: 63 C (1000V at 2055 MHz)


So I'm a bit uncertain if I did everything correctly. Basically what I did was:


1. Check my max MHz and V under load on GPUZ and/or HWMonitor

2. Open MSI Afterburner and under settings check every box under compatibility properties to enable voltage monitoring

3. Press ctrl + F and select a desired voltage and drag it to the max MHz level seen in previous load testing (mine was 2055 MHz)

4. Press L to lock it

5. Run tests to see if it is stable

6. Unlock the point after confirming that it's stable and save the profile on MSI Afterburner


My questions:


1. Did I do everything correctly? Will the MSI profile load itself every time I start windows?

2. Are my results alright? 

3. Should the curve be flat after the point that I locked then unlocked?

4. If I want to improve the performance, is it OK to overclock my GPU after I "undervolted" it? (I'm aware I'll get worse results than straight OCing it) How should I proceed doing that?


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