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Windows 7: what is your GPU's Asic Value


13 Feb 2014   #1
Dude

Windows 8.1 Pro + Windows 10
 
 
what is your GPU's Asic Value

Right click on the top of GPU-Z and choose read ASIC quality
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Here is mine
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14 Feb 2014   #2
OvenMaster

Win7 Pro 32bit
 
 

I burst out laughing at my results.


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14 Feb 2014   #3
Solarstarshines

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit sp1
 
 

Mine is pretty low but seems not to bother overclocking


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14 Feb 2014   #4
paulpicks21

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
 
 

Here is mine.

I don't think we need a leaderboard for this one


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17 Feb 2014   #5
Lava King

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Here's mine. Compared to y'all, it's like I'm trying to compete with Formula 1 cars while driving a NASCAR stocker.


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17 Feb 2014   #6
Britton30
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1
 
 

Higher must mean worse.


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17 Feb 2014   #7
NoN

Windows 7 Professional SP1 - x64 [Non-UEFI Boot]
 
 

Got that asic...for a VaporX Oc edition. Just the average?

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The ASIC Quality screenshot on the right can be evoked from GPU-Z's context menu and is individual for each graphics card and GPU. This feature has been developed for Nvidia’s Fermi (GX10x and GF11x) and AMD’s Southern Islands chips (Radeon HD 78xx and HD 79xx) and is supposed to indicate the quality of the specific GPU, in percent, based on electrical leakage data.

The GPU of our sample of the card has an ASIC quality of 76.6%. The higher this number, the lower voltage the GPU needs to work at the default clock rate and the higher overclocking results you can get with it by increasing its voltage.


According to Alexey Nikolaichuk (the author of RivaTuner and MSI Afterburner), the correlation between voltage and quality is like follows:

ASIC quality < 75% - 1.1750 V;
ASIC quality < 80% - 1.1125 V;
ASIC quality < 85% - 1.0500 V;
ASIC quality < 90% - 1.0250 V;
ASIC quality ≤ 100% - 1.0250 V.


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17 Feb 2014   #8
smarteyeball

 
 

One of mine is 70% and the other is 78.6%

Makes some sort of sense. One of my cards default max volts are 1.12, the other is 1.62
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30 Apr 2014   #9
Dude

Windows 8.1 Pro + Windows 10
 
 

Updated with my new GPU


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30 Apr 2014   #10
Solarstarshines

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit sp1
 
 

Again ,Mine is so low that the Asic scale doesn't compute lol 68%


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