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I decided to start overclocking each of my 7970 lightnings and my DCII TOP 7970 which just arrived back today to see which of my cards were the best candidates for watercooling, since 2 of my lightnings already have blocks on the way, and I just installed the waterblock on my Sapphire Dual-X OC 7970 last night. Unfortunately it was my first waterblock install, which went without a hitch, until I forgot to put thermal paste on the GPU die before mounting the block on. Nonetheless, I had to remove the waterblock and re-affix the thermal pads and then reapply the block. Quite a pain... but it does look beautiful thumb.gif

Either way, one of my lightnings is an absolute beast. I got it up to 1341 core/1800 mem in unigine, but had to back it down to 1326 due to the heat at the 1.312 vcore. Once I get the waterblocks, I should be able to bring it back up to 1341+ stable, and crank the vcore up to 1.35.

Here's my 1326/1800 run @ 1.312v

heaven2012080220261476.png

BTW, my CPU was only @ 4400mhz for this run, so without a doubt I can squeeze out another frame or two if I push it up to my 5ghz bench clock.
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Originally Posted by m3t4lh34d View Post

I decided to start overclocking each of my 7970 lightnings and my DCII TOP 7970 which just arrived back today to see which of my cards were the best candidates for watercooling, since 2 of my lightnings already have blocks on the way, and I just installed the waterblock on my Sapphire Dual-X OC 7970 last night. Unfortunately it was my first waterblock install, which went without a hitch, until I forgot to put thermal paste on the GPU die before mounting the block on. Nonetheless, I had to remove the waterblock and re-affix the thermal pads and then reapply the block. Quite a pain... but it does look beautiful thumb.gif
Either way, one of my lightnings is an absolute beast. I got it up to 1341 core/1800 mem in unigine, but had to back it down to 1326 due to the heat at the 1.312 vcore. Once I get the waterblocks, I should be able to bring it back up to 1341+ stable, and crank the vcore up to 1.35.
Here's my 1326/1800 run @ 1.312v Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
heaven2012080220261476.png
BTW, my CPU was only @ 4400mhz for this run, so without a doubt I can squeeze out another frame or two if I push it up to my 5ghz bench clock.

I'm curious to see this. I have tested Heaven with my 2500k @ stock and at 4.9GHz. At best I saw .1 fps diff which can be attributed to marginal error.
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Originally Posted by m3t4lh34d View Post

I decided to start overclocking each of my 7970 lightnings and my DCII TOP 7970 which just arrived back today to see which of my cards were the best candidates for watercooling, since 2 of my lightnings already have blocks on the way, and I just installed the waterblock on my Sapphire Dual-X OC 7970 last night. Unfortunately it was my first waterblock install, which went without a hitch, until I forgot to put thermal paste on the GPU die before mounting the block on. Nonetheless, I had to remove the waterblock and re-affix the thermal pads and then reapply the block. Quite a pain... but it does look beautiful thumb.gif
Either way, one of my lightnings is an absolute beast. I got it up to 1341 core/1800 mem in unigine, but had to back it down to 1326 due to the heat at the 1.312 vcore. Once I get the waterblocks, I should be able to bring it back up to 1341+ stable, and crank the vcore up to 1.35.
Here's my 1326/1800 run @ 1.312v Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
heaven2012080220261476.png
BTW, my CPU was only @ 4400mhz for this run, so without a doubt I can squeeze out another frame or two if I push it up to my 5ghz bench clock.


Push it up to 5ghz. I did 65fps with 5ghz @1300/1750. There's not much gain going past that much memory clock for me.


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Originally Posted by nismofreak View Post

I'm curious to see this. I have tested Heaven with my 2500k @ stock and at 4.9GHz. At best I saw .1 fps diff which can be attributed to marginal error.


It makes a difference for me, especially with a buncha gpus.
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Push it up to 5ghz. I did 65fps with 5ghz @1300/1750. There's not much gain going past that much memory clock for me.
It makes a difference for me, especially with a buncha gpus.

Gotcha. So basically removing any possible cpu bottleneck. That makes sense. I just have a lowly 670 to contend with right now.

Thanks! thumb.gif
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Gotcha. So basically removing any possible cpu bottleneck. That makes sense. I just have a lowly 670 to contend with right now.
Thanks! thumb.gif


It's a balancing act.


m3t4lh34d's sky high clocks of 1326/1800 (cpu at 4.4) hit 63.8. My much lower clocks of 1300/1750 with cpu at 5ghz does 65. There's a balance in there somewhere that I try to find. Going back, m3t4lh34d is probably leaving a few frames on the table.
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I don't know if it's the cpu speed as much as the uncore. With x58 leaving the cpu at about 4.5Ghz & uncore as high as it would go scored better than cpu at 5Ghz with uncore as high as it would go, with ivy & sandy uncore is tied to the cpu speed so more overclock still helps.
That was with hwbot heaven bench, not sure if heaven 3.0 is the same, the hwbot version is still harder on a gpu.
    
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I thought it was just an arbitrary resolution. I also giggle about the 670 being just 5% off the 680 biggrin.gif Just kidding, that's a nice score for 1920 X 1080!

Yeah, I feel bad for the morons that paid $100 more for 4-5fps LMAO.
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biggrin.gif Really good for an average overclock.
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The 500 series Nvidia cards were garbage, my 470GTX cranked up to 801mhz/ ate up 570's all day long. That's really sad......

The 570 was faster clock for clock, no questions asked. Yeah, you probably beat out stock 732mhz 570's by a small margin, that isn't really bragging material.



Anyways, still feeling out my vanilla EVGA 670's. Both the new one I bought and the one I got back from RMA both clock much better than the last pair. I'm running at +150/+250 right now and they show no signs of trouble, going to go higher in a little while and see how far I can push them.

Heres the score at the current speeds (1240mhz core/3258mhz memory):

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Yeah, I feel bad for the morons that paid $100 more for 4-5fps LMAO.

I make it to be 12 fps (and that's ~12% at the numbers we're looking at). And that's about how many fps I drop going from 1680X1050 to 1920X1080. So if you ran at 1680X1050 and gained the same, you'd be...well, still outside the Top 30.

And I never called any names, I even complimented you on a nice OC.
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