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post #1971 of 2759
Ran the single gpu tests with the different drivers.
http://3dmark.com/compare/3dm11/3181342/3dm11/3181411
Doesn't look like a performance loss.

HARD WALL at 985mhz core. I'm wondering if I'm hitting OCP? Doesn't look like I can disable it with GPUz either frown.gif
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post #1972 of 2759
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Hi guys, to be dead set honest. I'm not 100% sure. I never changed anything since I bought it. Due to living circumstances at the moment, I built a M-ITX, and run it on a Asus P8H67-I Deluxe B3, hence why I can't overclock my CPU. This is inside a Silverstone SG05BB-450 case. I actually never changed the voltage because the case only has a 450W PSU, and I wasn't sure how that may affect it. I'll double check when I get home my stock voltage, but I've only changed the values in Afterburner. It is perfectly fine at 950/2100. I remember I moved it to 1K, and it started to crash, so I went down to 950, and it was perfectly fine.
I am just hoping I can max out D3 in 2560x1440, ultra settings, with a full game of 4 players. If my card can do this at 60FPS, I'll be happy smile.gif. If not... the urge to buy a EVGA GTX 680 is going to be like crack cocaine!

It will handle D3. I just want to see your voltages right now and see how high you can go. If that card is at stock voltage and you are at 950/2100, you may have a golden card there.
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Ah, too bad I don't know too much about overclocking. As long as it can max 4 player games on ultra at 2560x1440, I'll be very happy smile.gif.

Can I just unlock the voltages setting in Afterburner to see what it's at?
post #1974 of 2759
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Ah, too bad I don't know too much about overclocking. As long as it can max 4 player games on ultra at 2560x1440, I'll be very happy smile.gif.
Can I just unlock the voltages setting in Afterburner to see what it's at?

Yeah. That is how you will be able to see it.
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Well I knock off work in about 20 minutes, so I'll check it out when I get home. Also, I don't do any sort of benchmarking. I just know it never crashes, and gaming is smooth, even long sessions.

I play mainly Diablo 3 Beta, CS Source, Batman Arkham, Kingdom of Amalur. A few others, but it never crashes, and to be dead set honest, I don't think I've seen it above 63 degrees.
post #1976 of 2759
Strange, I click unlock voltage control, and unlock voltage monitoring, and restart Afterburner, but it still doesn't show me. Any ideas?

Also, the configs at; Core Clock (MHz) 950, Shader clock (MHz) 1900, Memory Clock (MHz) 2100.
post #1977 of 2759
Go into settings, then the monitoring tab, then under "active hardware monitoring graphs" scroll down until you see "GPU voltage" and then click the check mark to the left of it, then press okay. After doing that your current voltage will be shown in the graphs on the right of the MSI AB window. Keep in mind during idle the voltage shown will be your idle voltage, so don't think that your voltage is .912v, you need to run something to put the card under load to see the load voltage.
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Ran the single gpu tests with the different drivers.
http://3dmark.com/compare/3dm11/3181342/3dm11/3181411



Thanks. I'm going to try doing a clean install with the newest betas again. Unplugging the 448 power and getting rid of all NVIDIA/physx drivers then starting clean again. Not sure how my drivers got corrupted.
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What would you guys consider, being the best OC, without using any extra cooling, what so ever.

That is the Asus 448.
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