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  1. hey guys , having an issue where windows identifies my back up display as monitor #1 i guess becuse i had that first. this is an issue becuse my Logitech g560 speakers screen sample the wrong screen, same with nvidia broadcast and other such apps. driving me nuts! any help would be greatly appreciated!
  2. Hey guys , I’ve had the LGGN950-B for about a month now working fine and then today I got a razer huntsman elite and got this problem. These posts are from 2019 so this is crazy ! Anybody find a fix !?
  3. Hey all, hopping somebody has some idea what’s up I can’t find anything like it on the internet. So I’ve had my pc for a good while now and I’ve noticed for a long time that when I’m trying to plug in a usb on the I/O my Monitor will blink black screen sometimes, I chalked it up to some Electrical interference didn’t thinelectrical interference I wasn’t too worried about it but last night my headphones get robotic and garbled sometimes and the only way to fix it is to unplug and re-plug the USB and I know that’s why I was trying to get it in the port the RGB on my 3 GPU fans turned all off b
  4. My card seems to need the voltage. I almost wonder if it’s not boosting properly. I have a friend with the exact same card who overclock scanner gave him a +65 core clock, it told me 0+ as in it can’t be overclocked. He can run at least +65 in OCCT 3-D test with out errors but he’s will get to around 80c I can’t go over +25 core clock at 2010-2020mhz with out errors but never breach 59c even in OCCT. Now if I go into the Voltage curve and pick out a spot , say 1.050v And raise it up to 2070mhz and hit apply I will get no errors in OCCT and run at that speed consistently in game with no chang
  5. Again I understand that. And I know nobody can guarantee anything to me. But there’s a big difference of it would’ve lasted seven years and now it only last five , then it would have lasted five years and now it’s only gonna last one. Even though I’m not going over 60c no mater what I guess I’ll probably keep it at Frequency curve of 1.050 at 2070mhz because I know it stays there stock so it’s might as well be the same I’m just telling it to run faster. I can start going up to 2100 at 1.070 ish at no temperature change but If it’s that much of a risk why bother.
  6. When you have experienced degradation with voltage for you running it at and for how long ? I understand nobody can give me a guarantee I understand nobody can give me a guarantee I’m just looking for general consensus of what should be safe enough. I guess a better way to put it is I’m trying not to run it at a point or I’m guaranteed to only get one year out of it. That Probably would’ve been a better way to phrase it
  7. Oh yeah , I got you. I just said it like that because from what I understood anywhere near damaging was supposed to be locked in the bios anyway. I’m new enough not to be sure if that includes the voltage frequency curve though. Perhaps I’m telling her to do something unacceptable like run at acceptable voltage is but for too long or some thing I don’t know
  8. Well, stock I’m getting what was advertised. But when over clocking people with the next card in line down and $150 cheaper then me are getting better performance before I go into the frequency curve. Was there an overclocking section here ? Or your saying on like overclocker.net or whatever ? I didn’t see if here but yeah you’re probably right I should move itI didn’t see if here but yeah you’re probably right I should move it
  9. I understand that, I do. Maybe max safe wasn’t the best way to word it. Maybe I should have said “what do most people have the best luck with within normal parameters of overclocking “ or something. I’m ok with shaving some life off but if I’m doing anything cringe worthy I wanna know
  10. See this is what I originally thought but there’s so much mixed information out there i’ve even seen forum post saying that’s not the case. Way I thought it was is: you can kill it if The voltage is high enough no matter the temps but turning cards are locked conservatively in the bios and won’t allow you to go anywhere near that high. I also thought boost 4.0 Would down clock me no matter what I told it to do in the voltage frequency curve if it was dangerous , but I could still shave some lifespan off which I don’t want to do. Want to get at least 3-4 years out of it. Right now with 1.068v
  11. I understand that logic, but overclcoking is a fairly normal thing these days. I don’t think I’m doing anything that extreme. Why I’m trying to find out we’re “ extreme “ is
  12. The most I can get before OCCT errors with sliders maxed not going into the voltage curve is +25core and + 800memory that runs at 2020-2010mhz at around 1.050v with spikes as high as 1.074 I have seen with voltage % at a 100. I can get a constant 2070mhz at 1.050v in the curve or around 2100mhz at 1.068v . It’s weird increasing the voltage slider on my card won’t change anything from stock. I still have to tell it
  13. Well even that confuses me cause I’ll hit a Consistent 1.050v and graphically intense games that spikes to 1.068 at times stock ( no sliders ) so does that mean it’s safe to run it at 1.068v constantly for 2100mhz to get at least 3 years out of it ? There’s people that I’ve overclock their 900 series and Pascale cards that are still working OK . I understand there is some risk but I’m looking for that sweet spot . I’ve heard people say a lot that voltage is locked conservatively in the bios that it’s fine to max out the voltage slider but idk if that Plies to changing the curve
  14. I have seen a lot of posts saying pascal was 1.094v but not much on Turing. I also saw somebody say on here nvida is on the record saying anything under 1.064v I haven’t been able to confirm that. I also saw Nvidia say on a game or nexus interview turning the voltage slider up to 100% could reduce lifespan to one year but I hope that’s just them covering their butt. Some of you may recognize me from my other posts but a quick recap: I have an aorus 2070 super. I didn’t have the luck I had hoped manually overclocking with offsets, I can get +25 core at 2010mhz and +800memory before I start to
  15. It actually did this when I first bought it and gigabyte and intel said it was normal and just leave set to high performance in power management even though I don’t think so. It just resolved its self and ran at 4.6 all the time in game. I’m realizing now that one thing I did do was update the bios. I did it again when I overclocked so maybe that why. In the description it says “ fixed cpu Vcore and power behavior “ maybe in my case it did the opposite? I did post this to a gigabyte subreddit and the person that responded said he didn’t have this problem on either so idk. I Have all the Major