Sunburn74 wrote:I have a gtx 570 and I'm interested in undervolting. How would I go about undertaking such an endeavour?
hate to dig up an old thread but I was looking around the web to see if if anybody was undervolting their gtx570 and came across it. what you just said about fps dropping from undervolting makes no sense at all. if the clocks remain the same then the voltage being lowered has NO impact on framerates.Jigar wrote:Sunburn74 wrote:I have a gtx 570 and I'm interested in undervolting. How would I go about undertaking such an endeavour?
Use Afterburn, it will let you undervolt your GPU.
NOTE: I have tried that on my card (See sig) and it is not advisable, because FPS will drop considerably.
EDIT: Ok, if you want to make a non gaming profile than it's a different story all together. Here you can create a power saving profile using Afterburn, where you can undervolt the GPU considerably and also downclock your GPU, this profile is safe to use for watching movies and other 2 D tasks. Also you can create a auto fan profile which can help further to keep the temps down.
Hope this helps.
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