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Title: FurMark in Dynamic Camera mode says volt:1 in limits... what does that mean?
Post by: Yana Asewana on July 17, 2019, 11:22:44 PM
Hello ! Basically what it says on the tin can  ;D

Tried running furmark in dynamic camera mode.

Having "volt:1" show up in limits... not sure what that means - I did try to google.
Only happens in dynamic camera mode.

In the other mode the "volt" limit is not hit

Card is MSI Gaming 1070, all clocks and stuff are stock.

Could someone please explain what the "volt:1" limit even is?
Title: Re: FurMark in Dynamic Camera mode says volt:1 in limits... what does that mean?
Post by: JeGX on July 29, 2019, 05:43:57 PM
Could someone please explain what the "volt:1" limit even is?
Pascal GPUs are are more sensitive to voltage (see here (https://xdevs.com/guide/pascal_oc/#voltsc)) and depending on the scene/graphics load, your GPU can reach the voltage limit before other limits (temperature, power, or overvoltage).