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Agreed, thanks for the reality checks.....

no hard feelings sndstream?

its all good, I was just pointing out tessellation was off & must be my sense of humour? idk
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eerrmm someone's feeling a little sensitive ey, you want a hug dude!





& another thing is your 7990's are completely different than mine so how can you say how they will overclock?

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When I first got my Devil's I did a lot of reading and scouting of where these guys land as well as the newer 7990's b/c I had some awful core clocks (plus I got one of mine b4 the price drop which stings). I've probably seen just about every review or thread that has some 7990 OC's numbers. Most guys just can't seem to get stable beyond 1150 but some can get benchies in at 1200-1250. Beyond that they just won't budge no matter what voltage you set them at min, middle, max they just have something about them that will not let that core be pushed. The memory clocks do pretty well though. Stock I think is 1375 and 1 Devil does 1800 and the other does 1747 all day so that's kind of good. So my insight comes from just really looking and seeing whats what. some folks are getting better numbers staying near reference clocks. The only benefit I feel I'm getting is my cards don't go past 61c on full 1.3 load using only a triple in push pull That being said they dont "seem" to like being at that temp during my runs as they "seem" to flake out around 62c in benches. whereas when I throw a high speed delta over the top I get no crashing during benching. In gaming I'll sometimes go 62+c but never crash out and that's with all the panels on my rig and no delta so mine are definitely wonky. they're good cards and waterblocks will solve a lot of trapped heat from dumping the insanely big stock coolers but in terms of OCng potential they just don't measure up to really good 7970ghz editions. That being said the #1 spot for Valley atm is running 2 7990's but he has 16x lane control all the way, modded bios (I think), and a cpu that can harness probably all of the gpu's. I think he's running core clocks of around 1200......
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When I first got my Devil's I did a lot of reading and scouting of where these guys land as well as the newer 7990's b/c I had some awful core clocks (plus I got one of mine b4 the price drop which stings). I've probably seen just about every review or thread that has some 7990 OC's numbers. Most guys just can't seem to get stable beyond 1150 but some can get benchies in at 1200-1250. Beyond that they just won't budge no matter what voltage you set them at min, middle, max they just have something about them that will not let that core be pushed. The memory clocks do pretty well though. Stock I think is 1375 and 1 Devil does 1800 and the other does 1747 all day so that's kind of good. So my insight comes from just really looking and seeing whats what. some folks are getting better numbers staying near reference clocks. The only benefit I feel I'm getting is my cards don't go past 61c on full 1.3 load. That being said they dont "seem" to like being at that temp during my runs as they "seem" to flake out around 62c in benches. whereas when I throw a high speed delta over the top I get no crashing during benching. In gaming I'll sometimes go 62+c but never crash out and thats with all the panels on my rig and no delta so mine are definitely wonky. they're good cards and waterblocks will solve a lot of trapped heat and overall control but in terms of OCng potential they just dont measure up to really good 7970ghz editions. That being said the #1 spot for Valley atm is running 2 7990's but he has 16x lane control all the way, modded bios (I think), and a cpu that can harness probably all of the gpu's. I think he's running core clocks of around 1200......

k, good info, im only really hoping for 1200/1700 anyway tbh, but I can do 1100/1575 @ 1.2v stock vcore & run bench's stable, my biggest problem is heat atm, once I tame that I will have a proper go @ it then.
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So I wanted to pin the heaven benchmark to the taskbar. That was a bigger task than I ever anticipated. No pun intended. (actually the pun was intended; i lied). Apparently the heaven benchmark is built very oddly trying to decipher it all was a bigger task. So usually you guys use a shortcut for heaven on your desktop. or just run it from your start menu.

If you've ever tried to pin it to to the taskbar you will notice that you can't. That's because the shortcut is pointing to a windows bat file. Apparently windows does not like bat file shortcuts at least it doesn't like pinning them to your taskbar. So the heaven shortcut points to a heaven.bat file imagine that. That bat file runs a command to open an .exe file called "browser_x86.exe" and from their it executes some xml code from a file literally called "launcher.xml" where it pulls up a web page. The webpage is when you run the heaven shortcut and where you select your video settings. You can actually edit your video settings using your default web browser. I guess if I were to compare it to anything it would be like battlelog from DICE. Then when you hit Run it finally launches the Heaven.exe file in the bin folder. Which is the main .exe where it actually executes the main benchmarks code.

Yea I could go even further and see what Heaven.exe is doing if I were to decompile it. But I've already spent way too much time deciphering this program. And that was just the easy bits. Trying to figure out what the main .exe file is and then figuring out how it all links together. Much more time was spent just staring at the screen trying to figure out the purpose of doing all this. Figuring out the purpose of why I was doing this. Considering it's just a benchmark. Unless the paid versions have advanced features that let you submit online reports or something? I dunno. That's something you have to ask Unigine.

Anyways to make shortcut that will work on the taskbar just create a shortcut of the bat file and go into properties and before the target path type in explorer.exe From there you can change the icon if you want just browse to the heaven directory and there should be a heaven.ico file in there. After modifying the file path you can pin it to the taskbar. And then of course it's fine to delete the shortcut. Once it's pinned to the taskbar it has it's own little shortcut that it makes so even if you delete the shortcut you made it'll still work.
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At 4.7 GHz

I have some crashes (blue screen) during games after about an hour to 3 hours playing. Just started a couple of days ago. Before that, no crashes. Would adding another GTX 780 stop that? or would adding water cooling stop it? I have a Dark Rock 2 fan. At idle I'm 31 degrees.

EVGA overclock is here:

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USFORCES --- i7-980x @ 4.6Ghz ---GTX 780 SLI 1424MHz FPS 132.7 score 3341


Edited by USFORCES - 11/3/13 at 7:29am
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D-Dow idle temps mean nothing for us the load temp is the important one, adding another 780 will not stop those Blue Screens either cause it has nothing to do with them. What is the error code? 101,124,05C? You most likely have a stability problem with your OC try to drop the CPU 100Mhz and play the same games.
Edited by [CyGnus] - 11/3/13 at 3:12am
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USFORCES - i7-980x @ 4.6Ghz -GTX 780 SLI 1437MHz Memory 1790MHz FPS 133.8 score 3370

Damit! still didn't beat GhostDog99, guess I'll have to do one more bench tongue.gif



Edited by USFORCES - 11/3/13 at 7:36am
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that sucks that you cant go any higher on the memory
i would have thout the Classifieds would be cherry picked

i wanted to sell my 2 ACX to buy 2 Classifieds but i guess it is still a lottery

Memory does fine now that I have Sammy instead of Elpida thumb.gif
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