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The auto OC increased my 3DMark 11 score like 10% but didn't do much to my Heaven 4.0 benchmark, still I've noticed more fps in Crysis 3 and Metro LL, it's also much more stable (less dips). My system was a bit of a mess before that though.
time to get a SSD now..
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good idea thumb.gif

and when Ur at it go look for OCZ vertex series they always review well and have the highest read and write speeds at the moment biggrin.gif
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time to get a SSD now..

It's on my list of things, just don't know whether to get a larger SSD or a smaller one and a velociraptor HDD... I know an SSD will be useful in a game like FC3 with popins from a distance.

My top GPU is hitting 75 degrees under full load, I'm alright with the temp (it fluctuates between 72-74 usually) but the fans are noisy... is there a software like for the 780 where I can limit my cards temp? or can I use the same one as the 780?
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The best is to get SSD, but it depends on your budget, if u want the best speed get 240gb but they are pricey at the moment.

For GPU the only thing i know of is to put a fan profile in MSI afterburner so that the fan can ramp up when u want it to to get the card running cooler.
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Yeah, my hands are kind of tied, right now there's a sale on, I want to get Tomb Raider, NFS: MW and a few other games... I also need an SSD and I need to mount 4 side fans on my case. Eventually I'll get them all just trying to decide on what's most important.

I think EVGA Precision X is what the 780 and I think the Titan use but I think the reviewer said they were only for those cards, I can crank up the fans but the noise I thought wouldn't bother me but it's annoying.
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Sent in my form. Bought my 660Ti 'bout 6 months ago.
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Yeah, my hands are kind of tied, right now there's a sale on, I want to get Tomb Raider, NFS: MW and a few other games... I also need an SSD and I need to mount 4 side fans on my case. Eventually I'll get them all just trying to decide on what's most important.

I think EVGA Precision X is what the 780 and I think the Titan use but I think the reviewer said they were only for those cards, I can crank up the fans but the noise I thought wouldn't bother me but it's annoying.
all fans are interchangeable, even those damn MSI Twin Frozr fans can be modded.
but for case and CPU cooling fans I always look for better aftermarket replacements.
ones that move more air and are quieter so by carefully searching through the fan specs you can find nice ones.
I personally also have a fan controller but even without you'll notice the difference in noise.

just some ideas for you to think about.
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It's on my list of things, just don't know whether to get a larger SSD or a smaller one and a velociraptor HDD... I know an SSD will be useful in a game like FC3 with popins from a distance.

My top GPU is hitting 75 degrees under full load, I'm alright with the temp (it fluctuates between 72-74 usually) but the fans are noisy... is there a software like for the 780 where I can limit my cards temp? or can I use the same one as the 780?

I know there is a target framerate in the EVGA precision....not sure about the temps however.....Adaptive V sync or target framerate should cut down on extraneous frames and thus might reduce temps slightly.
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all fans are interchangeable, even those damn MSI Twin Frozr fans can be modded.
but for case and CPU cooling fans I always look for better aftermarket replacements.
ones that move more air and are quieter so by carefully searching through the fan specs you can find nice ones.
I personally also have a fan controller but even without you'll notice the difference in noise.

just some ideas for you to think about.

No doubt, I've been considering it for a while, it's not the case fans though, I can't tell whether it's my cooler or my GPU but something goes really loud when playing stressful games. I need to figure that out and fix it.
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I know there is a target framerate in the EVGA precision....not sure about the temps however.....Adaptive V sync or target framerate should cut down on extraneous frames and thus might reduce temps slightly.

Yeah it should work, I need to do something before I get more fans... I was right about the temp target, it's greyed out and can only be used by the 700 series (I think). Well I just got AC3 and Tomb Raider... time to see how they run. I'm also glad Crysis 3 maxed out at 1.7GB vram at the most stressful point in the game, thought I had ran out already and next gen is around the corner.
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