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What you guys should do as well is download GPUZ and in the main menu, check you ASIC number and post it here. I would like to know the numbers. Higher ASIC number is better if you want to stick with air cooling since it will take less volts and produce less heat. A lower number is better if you are under water and want to overclock since it can take a higher voltage.

GPUZ 0.5.9
Mine is: 63.6%
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What you guys should do as well is download GPUZ and in the main menu, check you ASIC number and post it here. I would like to know the numbers. Higher ASIC number is better if you want to stick with air cooling since it will take less volts and produce less heat. A lower number is better if you are under water and want to overclock since it can take a higher voltage.
GPUZ 0.5.9
Mine is: 63.6%

GPU-Z 0.5.9
ASIC Quality: 76.1%

Bummer for me, since this card is under water.
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Raise the voltage limiter. Under water and under warranty (EVGA warranty permits custom WBs), there is no reason why you shouldn't try and hit 900 core. biggrin.gif

Yo Kakarot, I'm assuming that means you can replace the stock thermal paste with anything you want without voiding the warranty as well? Is this stated somewhere on the EVGA site?
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Yo Kakarot, I'm assuming that means you can replace the stock thermal paste with anything you want without voiding the warranty as well? Is this stated somewhere on the EVGA site?

http://www.evga.com/support/warranty/

Technically no with the thermal paste if you follow the policy literally, but as long as you put back the original heat sink and fan keeping the seal intact, you will be okay.
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What you guys should do as well is download GPUZ and in the main menu, check you ASIC number and post it here. I would like to know the numbers. Higher ASIC number is better if you want to stick with air cooling since it will take less volts and produce less heat. A lower number is better if you are under water and want to overclock since it can take a higher voltage.
GPUZ 0.5.9
Mine is: 63.6%

just got an upgrade direct from nvidia, via ASUS. GTX 480

ASIC 57.7 WTH?!?!

I have it under water, so does this mean i can oc higher with a voltage unlocked bios??
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just got an upgrade direct from nvidia, via ASUS. GTX 480
ASIC 57.7 WTH?!?!
I have it under water, so does this mean i can oc higher with a voltage unlocked bios??

In theory yes, that is what that means.
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ASIC values are only the expected circuit performance. There are other (perhaps more important) factors that determine overclock ability, 

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My GTX 570 doesn't show these ASIC ratings.
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Originally Posted by Asustweaker View Post

just got an upgrade direct from nvidia, via ASUS. GTX 480
ASIC 57.7 WTH?!?!
I have it under water, so does this mean i can oc higher with a voltage unlocked bios??

In theory yes. It is just a quick quality check for the die. A lower number means more leakage current as well as other properties. It will take more voltage to overclock but you should be able to overclock higher.
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A little worried about my new card guys, Heaven 2.5 benchmark crashes every once in a while, and internet explorer kept crashing today with weird graphical errors on the screen. One thing that leads me to believe that it's not that card is that I'm using Windows 8 User Preview. Maybe the drivers are acting up and the card is fine. Perhaps the best way to rule it out is to load windows 7 on another drive and see if I have similar issues.

No I don't have the card overclocked, everything is stock. And another thing to note is that I played BF3 for about an hour on ultra with no issues at all.
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