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post #4991 of 5564
In 1440 you can run ultra and get more frames than me.
post #4992 of 5564
At 1440p as soon as I put everything to Ultra it goes over the 2gb VRAM and I get stuttering. I was just wondering whats the best setting for visual quality without going over 2gb. I believe ultra is around 2.5gb.
post #4993 of 5564
Is it overclocked? Mine runs at 70+ fps in 2560x1600 and that is higher res than yours. I don't look at ram usage. My friend has 2. 7970s 3gig and my 690 runs way smoother than his.
Edited by superx51 - 11/6/13 at 11:02pm
post #4994 of 5564
I need a little help here.

I was running my 690 at 135% +45 +180 for about three days fine.

Overclocked my CPU to 4.5GHz from 4.4GHz and increased the Turbo from 0.004 to 0.008, seems fine and stable.

Two days later, playing Batman Arkham City, white squares all over the screen, crash. This happened another 3 times.
Tried Valley, same thing. reduced the overclock to 130% +30 +150. Same thing.

Went default setting and ran Valley for 6 hours, came back and no crash reported. Played Arkham City for 8 hours, no crash.

Is my PSU limiting my overclock?
I can't think of any other reason the GTX 690 would of worked fine for days, and then suddenly start bugging out...
I initially thought it was getting faulty and was going to contact Asus for an RMA (I know they are terrible) but after testing it for so many hours and it coming back fine, I don't know what to do.

I had an increase of 10fps in Valley with that overclock, and it's really annoying losing it.
Any advice would be appreciated.
post #4995 of 5564
I run mine +20v +130core +400 mem with no problems at all. I hit. 20145 gpu score in 3dmark 11 . It could be a bad card or psu.
post #4996 of 5564
There's my old Firemark score, that was when I was overclocked.
Would a bad card or a bad psu be eligible for a warranty replacement, or is it simply what I'm stuck with.

I would think it might be my PSU, my old 660sli setup didn't overclock very well either. Had somewhere around +30 +200 on it and any more than that and the thing would crash.

post #4997 of 5564
What brand is the 690
post #4998 of 5564
It's an Asus.

EDIT: My power supply is 700w and my CPU is overclocked to 4.5GHz.
Got 7GB of ram and a 1GB virtual drive which I created the other day.
Edited by Proxish - 11/7/13 at 12:09am
post #4999 of 5564
Asus has a 3 year warranty so u can send it back
post #5000 of 5564
With what excuse?
It works fine at stock settings, it's just stoped working with any overclock.
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