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EXPERIMENTAL! The purpose of this is testing and experimentation only.Also, ensure you have proper cooling (chiller or good water-cooling or even subzero)Desc: This "mod" will unlock voltage control on MP2888A based card with digital voltage: 2080Ti Lightning. Core voltage will be unlocked also power limit, so be very careful what you're doing, I haven't tested this on retail card, my Lightning has NDA hardmods so test this yourself properly with caution.STEPS :1) Download XOC Pack that is here in attachments.2) Flash bios "kp.rom" to your card ("kp.rom" bios is Kingpin XOC bios with no overcurrent, overvoltage and overheating protection, be aware ! Fans are spinning 100% all the time for safety)3) After flashing bios and restarting PC, place file "MSIAfterburner.oem2" into your MSI Afterburner folder on your hard disk (C:\Program Files (x86)\MSI Afterburner).4 ) Go to your Afterburner settings and set "Unlock voltage control" to "third party". Other settings are in the screenshot in attachments.5) Restart afterburner and enjoy voltage control, however, please check your temps and voltage through probes placed on side of the card with a multimeter, the +mv value is not correct, u have to try how much it adds actually.PLEASE: after doing this let me know how to mod works because I didn't test it on retail cards yet, thanks and enjoy. XOC Pack.zip
So stupid question, has anyone tried to run the z77 chipset itself on dice or ln2? I mean I assume it wouldn't help bclk OC much at all if any, and it'd probably cold bug before the cpu. Does any one have any info on this? I kinda want to try it at least for the lulz, but if I know for example that it'll cold bug at -60c that'd be helpful going in.
Well, since EVBOT having transition state currently, here's alternative solution for you, EPOWER people. Since controller accepts controls from PMBus, attached Raspberry Pi can talk to EPOWER and adjust voltages. Voltage range is 0.6 to 2.0V Tested with Model B Rev2.0 (not plus), but should work with any Pi. Details in this article for those who interested. Try it, and let me know if any problem Also old-school hardware-only way with trimpot resistor is covered too.
Hey, i'm new to this overclocking scene and I would really like to push my hardware and my friends talk of this great XOC BIOSs for their mobos and I wanted to know if mine has any? I have already hit the max I can hit everything in my system on stock so now it's just a matter of finding a way to hit higher Thanks guys <3