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Just a little request here, could some people post their stock 3DMark11 scores? Mine feels a little low at P5276 @Stock, Not sure if that's normal or not, thanks!
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@Stock
3DMark Score: P5276
Graphics Score: 5637
@895 Mhz
3DMark Score: P5670
Graphics Score: 6237

http://3dmark.com/3dm11/2377372

thats one card at nvidia default
post #442 of 2759
Currently stable at 900/1800/2000 @1.075v . For some reason I haven't been able to stabilize these specs at a lower voltage. I Would love to be able to OC the memory to at least 2100mhz, but would it make much of a difference?

Heat is not an issue as im running around 75/80ish at full load. Any problem running at 1.075v 24/7?
post #443 of 2759
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Currently stable at 900/1800/2000 @1.075v . For some reason I haven't been able to stabilize these specs at a lower voltage. I Would love to be able to OC the memory to at least 2100mhz, but would it make much of a difference?
Heat is not an issue as im running around 75/80ish at full load. Any problem running at 1.075v 24/7?

From what I've read following this thread for awhile you'll see very minimal performance gains. If your card can run stable at 2100mhz, why not is what I'd say. Personally I wouldn't run mine all the time at 1.075w but I'm also getting 925/1850/2100 stable at 1.025v. However don't feel too bad as I just cannot get my card to play nice with any higher of a memory clock no matter the voltage and raising my core clock forces me to clock the memory back down. I also can't set my voltage to 1.1v without problems, regardless of my clocks.


On a side note, THANK YOU!!!! to the people who suggested my previous problems were caused by my power supply. My old PSU just couldn't hack it anymore and, since it's performed exceptionally well the last 6 years I've had it, I mistakenly dismissed the notion when I first started troubleshooting. I popped in a new power supply (you guys that have had modular cables have been soooo spoiled) and I've been fine and dandy ever since.
post #444 of 2759
I'm not even stable at 850/ 1700/2000 with 1.025v. Either you have one hell of a card there or mine sucks major ass.
post #445 of 2759
Alright thanks everyone for the posts I'm just gonna keep it, maybe it's still burning in or something, since suddenly I'm able to get 900 Mhz on stock with 0 artifacts reading out, good enough for me! Thanks! thumb.gif

Side note we're almost at 448 posts! Someone should make a Battlefield 3 Platoon for 448 users.
Edited by Killer7 - 1/23/12 at 10:56am
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so with the EVGA Classified on top and a Gigabyte Windfury on the bottom, my cards seem to overheat when I play TOR.
I've had some screen skipping/stuttering, and flat out lockup/graphic glitching

Highest I've seen the EVGA card go to 80 degrees, the Gigabyte on the bottom never crosses 70.

Is it just because of the heat from the gigabyte going to the EVGA? Or is EVGA's cooler that inferior to Gigabyte.

Either way, looks like i gotta return a card and go back to single.

Passed 3dMark11 fine
http://3dmark.com/3dm11/2578876
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so with the EVGA Classified on top and a Gigabyte Windfury on the bottom, my cards seem to overheat when I play TOR.
I've had some screen skipping/stuttering, and flat out lockup/graphic glitching
Highest I've seen the EVGA card go to 80 degrees, the Gigabyte on the bottom never crosses 70.
Is it just because of the heat from the gigabyte going to the EVGA? Or is EVGA's cooler that inferior to Gigabyte.
Either way, looks like i gotta return a card and go back to single.
Passed 3dMark11 fine
http://3dmark.com/3dm11/2578876

Top card in all dual GPU set up always runs about 10C higher. You can verify it by switching them around to test. Will end up with same results.
     
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so with the EVGA Classified on top and a Gigabyte Windfury on the bottom, my cards seem to overheat when I play TOR.
I've had some screen skipping/stuttering, and flat out lockup/graphic glitching
Highest I've seen the EVGA card go to 80 degrees, the Gigabyte on the bottom never crosses 70.
Is it just because of the heat from the gigabyte going to the EVGA? Or is EVGA's cooler that inferior to Gigabyte.
Either way, looks like i gotta return a card and go back to single.
Passed 3dMark11 fine
http://3dmark.com/3dm11/2578876

Unless your case is doing some serious air moving your Classy might be pulling in some of the Gigabyte's exhaust. Remember, the Windforce cooler on the Gigabyte exhausts into the case. Have you tried switching them yet?
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Top card in all dual GPU set up always runs about 10C higher. You can verify it by switching them around to test. Will end up with same results.

nah my top card runs @ 1.025V my bottom card runs @ 1.034v

Temp diffrence in Metro2033 top card 76c, bottom card 73c tongue.gif

and those are default voltages
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I'm not even stable at 850/ 1700/2000 with 1.025v. Either you have one hell of a card there or mine sucks major ass.

Hmm that's odd. I'm stable at 925/1850/2100 @ 1.038V in gaming and in benching. What is your PSU/Power Cable situation?
The Classy is running a bit hotter for me now though, where I used to be in the 51C-65C range. Now I'm running around the 70's in BF3.
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