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look what i have been playing with for the last 5 weeks
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Hooke me up with one of those cheap!!! biggrin.gif


I hope it is capable of at least P12,000 on 3dMark11 with stock heat sink and 2500k.
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Sorry guys, I already have dibs on that one.
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Hooke me up with one of those cheap!!! biggrin.gif
I hope it is capable of at least P12,000 on 3dMark11 with stock heat sink and 2500k.

7970 already does that.

Regardless I hope this thing is as good as it's hyped up to be. I love getting new tech.
    
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7970 already does that.
Regardless I hope this thing is as good as it's hyped up to be. I love getting new tech.

HD7950 can do P12,000 as well.

Unlike many out there who say these cards are going to cost over $500 I don't think these cards will be over $400. At $400 HD7950 price may be a better option for me
No way I'm going to spend over $400 for either GTX680 or HD7950.

I really don't want to spend over $300 for any video card so I may be waiting till Black Friday this year to buy one of these cards. My MSI TF3 PE GTX 560ti 448 is doing great but the performance of HD7950 and GTX680 does interest me. NVIDIA seems to have better drivers for the games I like to play so I'm leaning towards NVIDIA.
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Got both cards stable @ 950/1900/2100. Was able to get 2200 on memory with single card. I will def take these settings. Will do some benchies when I figure out how to OC with this damn ASROCK board.

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This is with extreme burn test. Temps are a little high, but I just started this water loop up. Once the air gets out of it they will come down.

450

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SAAAAAAWWWWWWEEEEEETTTTTTT! Well done!
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Woke Up this morning & Pushed a lil more. Got 12000 PMarks on the nose, now I'm Satisfied......I THINK. This My first Build, first custom Rig. Built by Myself with a lot of reading. Now I see why everyone is hooked. This Forum has helped me a lot with things. I am very thankful for being a part of it. Thanks GUYS...

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Woke Up this morning & Pushed a lil more. Got 12000 PMarks on the nose, now I'm Satisfied......I THINK. This My first Build, first custom Rig. Built by Myself with a lot of reading. Now I see why everyone is hooked. This Forum has helped me a lot with things. I am very thankful for being a part of it. Thanks GUYS...
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Freaking awesome man. This is definatly something cool to get hooked on. Expensive. Better than wasting money at bars and things like that. At least that is what I tell the wife. thumb.gif
post #1629 of 2759
Hey everyone this is my first post here and i'd like to ask your opinion about this card that I recently got.

I got a Asus DCII 560 ti 448 cores and I from what I read the clock performance on this card was abit hit and miss some clocked high upwards 1ghz and some didn't even clock above 830mhz on max volt.

Im happy with the ridicoulus cooling performance and the sound levels are great if you keep the fans between 10-30% which is more then enough to keep the temps down. Unfortunately I didn't get the best overclocker i can reach 872mhz core on 1100mV (max in ab before flash) which is not too great seeing as some people manage to get that on stock volt. Anyway I saved my original bios and made a copy where I changed the max allowed voltage and flashed my card with the modified bios. I managed to get 902 on the core @ 1138 mV and the temps are still below 70c even with the fans spinning at 25%.

I really want to get more out of the card but I don't know how much more I can push it, what would you guys say is the max voltage I can run with? this is for gaming not for benchmarking so im searching for a "safe" voltage. If I read it right the Msi card allows up to 1150mV, can I run the same on my card as long as the temps are in check? The cooling of the core is no problem but im not sure how the VRM's will handle it. The Asus card has a 6+2 VRM phase design if that matters.

Thank you for any help.
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Hey everyone this is my first post here and i'd like to ask your opinion about this card that I recently got.
I got a Asus DCII 560 ti 448 cores and I from what I read the clock performance on this card was abit hit and miss some clocked high upwards 1ghz and some didn't even clock above 830mhz on max volt.
Im happy with the ridicoulus cooling performance and the sound levels are great if you keep the fans between 10-30% which is more then enough to keep the temps down. Unfortunately I didn't get the best overclocker i can reach 872mhz core on 1100mV (max in ab before flash) which is not too great seeing as some people manage to get that on stock volt. Anyway I saved my original bios and made a copy where I changed the max allowed voltage and flashed my card with the modified bios. I managed to get 902 on the core @ 1138 mV and the temps are still below 70c even with the fans spinning at 25%.
I really want to get more out of the card but I don't know how much more I can push it, what would you guys say is the max voltage I can run with? this is for gaming not for benchmarking so im searching for a "safe" voltage. If I read it right the Msi card allows up to 1150mV, can I run the same on my card as long as the temps are in check? The cooling of the core is no problem but im not sure how the VRM's will handle it. The Asus card has a 6+2 VRM phase design if that matters.
Thank you for any help.

I wouldn't go over 1.15v. I would say any voltage that keeps you under 80 at max load. They say these cards are safe up to 99...
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