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I just got my card from Newegg yesturday, stock voltage on the evga classified was 1.013 . I have a dell U2711, is it worth picking up another one and going sli?
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yes it's worth it at 1080p if you play BF3 biggrin.gif
post #422 of 2759
Started messing around with OC settings on my MSI TFIII - currently just adjusted the core up to 850. Would bumping the memory up to 2000 be a safe adjustment? Its currently at 1950 (stock) Going for only a minor OC, just looking to squeeze a little more performance out of it at stock voltage.
post #423 of 2759
yeah, 2000 memory oc is only a few % and will be fine. you should be able to get close to 875-900 on stock core voltage too. at least 850MHz
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post #424 of 2759
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yeah, 2000 memory oc is only a few % and will be fine. you should be able to get close to 875-900 on stock core voltage too. at least 850MHz

I can't get anywhere near 900Mhz on stock voltage, lately I've been testing stable clocks (testing with BF3) and 880 on my card requires 1.063V and 900Mhz needs 1.075v. From my understanding each chip is different and may require more or less volts on the same core speed to remain stable.
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Started messing around with OC settings on my MSI TFIII - currently just adjusted the core up to 850. Would bumping the memory up to 2000 be a safe adjustment? Its currently at 1950 (stock) Going for only a minor OC, just looking to squeeze a little more performance out of it at stock voltage.

On the advice from a few guys on here, find your highest core clock without touching the memory. Once you determine the highest clock you can achieve on the core/shader, then you can move on to adjusting memory clocks, although as many people here have stated a memory OC wont really do much to enhance the cards overall performance and will also complicate overclocking your core.
Edited by NRD - 1/21/12 at 1:08pm
post #425 of 2759
Can't get stable at 900/1800. even had volts up to 1.1. was also bumping memory to 2100. Wondering if I should leave memory at stock. I will run fine on the oc scanner, but when I play the Deus Ex game it crashes and BSOD's my PC.
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Can't get stable at 900/1800. even had volts up to 1.1. was also bumping memory to 2100. Wondering if I should leave memory at stock. I will run fine on the oc scanner, but when I play the Deus Ex game it crashes and BSOD's my PC.

Leave the memory alone and just focus on the core/shader. Overclocking both at once will not allow you to reach your highest stable core clock. Instead of trying 900 right off the bat, try something like 800-850 check it in oc scanner then in game, if it doesn't crash slowly bump up your core speed until it crashes, then dial it back.
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Leave the memory alone and just focus on the core/shader. Overclocking both at once will not allow you to reach your highest stable core clock. Instead of trying 900 right off the bat, try something like 800-850 check it in oc scanner then in game, if it doesn't crash slowly bump up your core speed until it crashes, then dial it back.

Got it. Working on it now....
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Ok, left memory alone and have been stable at 900/1800/1950 for over an hour. Not sure how long to run to call it stable. I would think it would have crash by now if it was not stable....

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Don't really think messing with memory will do much anyway. Going to try game next.
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Well, I let it run until it stopped on it's own. Guess that says it is stable. Now on to games...

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Well, I let it run until it stopped on it's own. Guess that says it is stable. Now on to games...
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Looking good man, games are the true test. If you can stay stable while gaming you're good to go. I usually use BF3 to test in, as it's the most stressful game I own. Usually I need to bump my vcore a bit on a stable clock in one of the OC scanner programs to stay stable in BF3.
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