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What is the performance of the 690 under water. what kind of oc can i expect?

Although I have not put the block on the 690 in a while, 690 does not throttle as much on water with overclocks and you can keep kboost enabled while gaming for constant clocks.
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What is the performance of the 690 under water. what kind of oc can i expect?

Expect 1150Mhz 24/7 stable and 1200Mhz if you have a lucky gpu.

I had two 690s that both did around ~1200MHz stable under an EK block.
    
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Expect 1150Mhz 24/7 stable and 1200Mhz if you have a lucky gpu.

I had two 690s that both did around ~1200MHz stable under an EK block.


Right on! That's also my recollection from my 690 benching days. Perhaps even a bit more than 1200 on benchmark runs
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Somebody i know is selling a koolance waterblock for the 690 but it dont come with any thermal pads? Can i buy these seperately?
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What is the performance of the 690 under water. what kind of oc can i expect?
My gfx ASIC quality 68% on both gpu's
Aftermarket air cooled solution - artic cooling brand- for the gtx 690

PT 150%
+120 core
+700 men
@ 1.175v

With overvolting
PT 150%
+200
+650
@ 1.275v

On crysis and metro LL & fc3 I got throlling because of the tdp : gpu's are flapping between 1150 MHz and 1274mhz

Wish it could help tuning your beast up :-)

Gtx 690 Oc roundup:

http://www.gpureview.com/gpureviews-gtx-690-overclocking-roundup-article-945.html
Edited by lascar - 12/14/13 at 5:45am
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Somebody i know is selling a koolance waterblock for the 690 but it dont come with any thermal pads? Can i buy these seperately?

Actually, the Koolance block is really good, and it's the same that I have. Thermal pads are generic and swappable.
http://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l2/g8/c487/list/p1/Thermal_Interface-Thermal_Pads_Tape.html. I would recommend Fujipoly.
Just grab some .5mm thickness from FCPU, and look up the manual on line for the koolance block to see where to place these on the pcb. You will have to cut the thermal pad to size, which is no biggie. I did the same for all my Titan blocks.
You will like your water cooled 690 much better than the stock cooler.

Edit: make sure that you save the thermal pads from the stock cooler. I always put the stock thermal pads on the stock cooler, after taking it off, and then wrap it in a plastic wrap and put it away. I also take a picture of the pcb with the stock cooler off, before putting the new pads and water block on. This provides a good reference point of how to put back the stock thermal pads, in case you have to do an rma.
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My gfx ASIC quality 68% on both gpu's
Aftermarket air cooled solution - artic cooling brand- for the gtx 690

PT 150%
+120 core
+700 men
@ 1.175v

With overvolting
PT 150%
+200
+650
@ 1.275v

On crysis and metro LL & fc3 I got throlling because of the tdp : gpu's are flapping between 1150 MHz and 1274mhz

Wish it could help tuning your beast up :-)

Gtx 690 Oc roundup:

http://www.gpureview.com/gpureviews-gtx-690-overclocking-roundup-article-945.html
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Originally Posted by Piciato View Post

thank u mrtooshort for the fast response! i can put my mind at ease now, even though the gtx 690 is king of performance, after hearing what u said, guess i will be sticking to my gtx 780 for now! biggrin.gif

Jesus, I'm stuck at +20 +50, while you have +200 +650... Just not fair...
Even before the latest terrible update, I couldn't get more than +40 +180.
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I know my friend, it's so called 'silicon lottery"

Maybe my chip was taken in a good silicium wafer, or more "cherrypicked" (gainward brand ....I seriously doubt it)

few tips....

With overvolting
PT 150%
+200 ----) this statement is only true with the 314.22 can't go further : new up to date drivers cause instability
+650
@ 1.275v

Did you try some overvolting using the UNWINDER technique in MSI AB ?

Maybe it could help stabilize the gpu's .

Good luck mate 8-)
Edited by lascar - 12/14/13 at 8:00am
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I currently play like this (the bouncing of core clock is from minimizing) 150% PT 1254mhz core @ 1.275v with drops to 1.244v on both GPU's / 6832mhz memory, no throttling though smile.gif



Card reaches 48°C max. on these volts thumb.gif
Edited by tin0 - 12/14/13 at 1:49pm
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@tin0, Create a shortcut with this line .. and add it to your autostart folder
Code:
"C:\Program Files (x86)\MSI Afterburner\MSIAfterburner.exe" /sg0 /wi3,20,de,00 /sg1 /wi3,20,de,00"
This line disables the VDrop, but it adds 0,025V to your Settings.

Settings with +200 Core and +300 Mem.

Edited by Cylas - 12/15/13 at 9:05am
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