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Neither does Afterburner. I beleive thats what his original statement was.
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1.
Powertune gives the card higher TDP.
2 in AB gives the card higher TDP.
2.
There are idle clocks with 2 in use.
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Isn't that what you said though? When you use AB you bypass powertune , thereby allowing you to draw more power. It doesn't give the card a higher Tdp in and of itself. The act of overclocking is what raises the Tdp. Hmm... Now it seems like I'm rattling on....
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Same as having +20% Power slider. No different.
85% is great, what are your max clocks?
It's the quality of the thing that handles the voltage.
Electrical leakage the chips produce.
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1.
Powertune gives the card higher TDP.
2 in AB gives the card higher TDP.
2.
There are idle clocks with 2 in use.
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Arrogance? LOL
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Your arrogance is unacceptable son.
Read and learn a thing or two.
http://www.legitreviews.com/article/1488/4/

Son? Really? LOL Gettim maaaaa
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Neither does Afterburner. I beleive thats what his original statement was.

My original point was that you are talking out you're ass, not that AB raises the TDP. And now my point is to do with something I did not say, see below in bold.
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Powertune does not give the card a higher TDP and you should really keep bad advice to yourself.
Powertune manages programs which would normally exceed the TDP in a way which keeps performance up rather than drastically downclocking and taking a major hit in performance.
This is Official overclocking, within TDP limits.

Unofficial overclocking, hence the name is unofficial and goes over the TDP and can damage the card, so it is not covered by warranty.
Increasing the voltage of cards is not allowed with official overclocking, to keep within the TDP limits.
If you overvolt with AB or trixx, powertune is irrelevant.

Not only are you wrong, you are spreading bad advice to other forum members, which is unacceptable.

Ignorance is not a problem usually, it is only a problem when you go advising people to do things when you have no clue what you are talking about. Is all that clear enough or are you going to tell me what my point was again?
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Never mind all this TDP Powertune talk. Where are the bros with the water blocks!? How are you guys doing in your quest for 1300mhz core?
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Never mind all this TDP Powertune talk. Where are the bros with the water blocks!? How are you guys doing in your quest for 1300mhz core?

It looks like all the watercooled cards have hit 1250 easily. This bodes wel for the rest of us still waiting.
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It looks like all the watercooled cards have hit 1250 easily. This bodes wel for the rest of us still waiting.

Well Unoe hit a wall at 1250 even with his water block, so I am wondering if only the golden samples will be able to achieve 1300, even on water. What I really want to see is someone hit 1300 and then do a BF3/Metro/Crysis bench at 925/1000/1100/1200/1300 O/c to see what the benefit in frames is at each interval.
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Well Unoe hit a wall at 1250 even with his water block, so I am wondering if only the golden samples will be able to achieve 1300, even on water. What I really want to see is someone hit 1300 and then do a BF3/Metro/Crysis bench at 925/1000/1100/1200/1300 O/c to see what the benefit in frames is at each interval.

Ithink the cards are still hamstrung by AB. When a new RBE comes out then we will see what the true limits are, crosses fingers.
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I am stuck on 1250/1720 on water as well
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damn looks like I have 76.8% ASIC quality frown.gif

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strange..

I just raised my CCC power control settings to +20% and it actually gave me more problem than default +0%.
I just went back to default power control settings and it's much better.
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