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yes correct. Stock voltage but +100 on core and max on power limit. I believe the PE allows for slight overvolt, not really sure how though. Temps are fine since I dropped the second card down a few slots so the top can get more cooling. +160 on core clock, +565 on mem.

If your using right version of AB (2.2.3 or latest beta 3.0 ) yes voltage slider works . and if your running core voltage =100+mv than your at approx 1.262 v (1.162+0.100) just so you know .
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If your using right version of AB (2.2.3 or latest beta 3.0 ) yes voltage slider works . and if your running core voltage =100+mv than your at approx 1.262 v (1.162+0.100) just so you know .

Did not know that, thanks. I was aware 2.2.3 allowed for slight voltage increase, just didn't know the amount.
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Did not know that, thanks. I was aware 2.2.3 allowed for slight voltage increase, just didn't know the amount.

How are your temps looking? My primary card seems to balance on 70-71C on stock BIOS and TIM with a custom fan profile once in heavy load...

I have a mATX board so I don't have the luxury of dropping my second card any further than it is frown.gif

Edit: I just applied Cool Lab. Liquid Ultra to my processor and both GPUs... primary card only hit 63C on the extreme HD preset on valley I just ran... and I just beat my personal best on a much lower clock than I normally benched with... secondary card maxed 56C.



Primary/secondary core: 1306/1280
both mem @: 3557 Mhz
Power Limit at 114%
Core volt @ +30 offset in 2.2.3
Edited by Samurai707 - 5/13/13 at 2:13pm
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Before I moved the second card, the primary got up to mid 80's. Very hot...
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had a few issues getting stuck in a boot loop installing a second card for SLI but it was some bios setting for multi monitors that was causing the issue. just tested it out and so far having no trouble playing everything on maxed out settings. havent test far cry blood dragon yet. but no trouble playing metro 2033 on very high max everything and averaging wel over 50 fps instead of my average of 30 maxed out with a single 660Ti biggrin.gif

got 62 fps avg with everything maxed out on extreme on the unigen valley

now getting 90+ fps in far cry 3 blood dragon on ultra as well biggrin.gif game looks a little different on ULTRA vs just plain high
Edited by Conspiracy - 5/13/13 at 4:13pm
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How are your temps looking? My primary card seems to balance on 70-71C on stock BIOS and TIM with a custom fan profile once in heavy load...

I have a mATX board so I don't have the luxury of dropping my second card any further than it is frown.gif

Edit: I just applied Cool Lab. Liquid Ultra to my processor and both GPUs... primary card only hit 63C on the extreme HD preset on valley I just ran... and I just beat my personal best on a much lower clock than I normally benched with... secondary card maxed 56C.



Primary/secondary core: 1306/1280
both mem @: 3557 Mhz
Power Limit at 114%
Core volt @ +30 offset in 2.2.3
So you lowered temps 7-8c and got higher valley score with less clocks ?
How much better and how much lower (I am guessing 13mhz as temp got lower)

What kind of compound TIM do they use , is it paste or tape type , very thick amount ?
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They use a lot of paste, and I put on the Liquid Ultra. You can see my benching clocks at the valley thread with excel sheets... I never lost clock at 70C, only once did it hit 71C and knock it down 13mhz. But I can't remember without a good amount of effort and I'm feeling lazy atm rolleyes.gif

at the very least, I recommend cleaning off the stock paste and reapplying correctly.
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They use a lot of paste, and I put on the Liquid Ultra. You can see my benching clocks at the valley thread with excel sheets... I never lost clock at 70C, only once did it hit 71C and knock it down 13mhz. But I can't remember without a good amount of effort and I'm feeling lazy atm rolleyes.gif

at the very least, I recommend cleaning off the stock paste and reapplying correctly.
I don't have issue with temps running around 56-59c , maybe if I ran SLI I would but good to know I can repaste compound w/o issues .
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I don't have issue with temps running around 56-59c , maybe if I ran SLI I would but good to know I can repaste compound w/o issues .
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