Originally Posted by ben62884
It wasn't meant to be rude. Maybe you just took it that way because you felt foolish? You asked why no one had posted screens of GPU and AB under full load. I had posted just that only 3 posts prior to your comment. I was simply pointing out that if you had looked a bit harder you would have found what you were looking for. No, maybe one example isn't enough for you, but that wasn't the point. The point was I was pointing out the fact that what you had asked for was blatantly obvious only 3 posts before yours. Please take the time to read first next time instead of posting first.
Are you even serious?
Do you really think that your one picture is enough? I did not find what Ive looked for because only one person has responded. If you ask "Hey guys, how high are all of you overclocking your 7950s to?" Then one
random guy responds, would you just assume that his single answer is enough to know how everyone's 7950 is going to perform? You cannot be that dense....just no.I am going to attempt to explain this the best I can, because I honestly believe you just dont understand whats going on here.
I asked to get an idea of the droop that other Gigabyte 7950 users were experiencing, not "Hey can someone tell me how much droop you have?" If 10 people would have responded I could have gotten a decent idea of the range. Perhaps all 10 people would have a 50mv droop, I wouldnt feel that my card is really out of the ordinary. If those same 10 people responded and they all reported between 5-10mv droop, I would be able to assume that my card had more droop than others. Is it sinking in? The fact that there was one
picture of what Im looking for is completely worthless because it doesnt give me any idea of the potential range.
I do not know how I can make this any more clear for you. If you dont understand that one piece of data is not a sufficient amount to draw any
conclusion from I really dont know what to tell you.
And while we are on the subject of "Please take the time to read first next time instead of posting first." How can you even type that? In typical "new guy" fashion you came on here and asked a simple question, which has a simple answer, and that answer has been provided MANY times even in this very thread. You even went so far as to say that GPUz says your core voltage is 1.08-1.600. (Hint, its not.) Dont try to lecture me when you cant even read GPUz correctly. 1.6 is your memory voltage. If you put 1.6v on your core youd probably be in the market for a new GPU pretty quick. Then you go on to ask if you should try lowering the voltage. Again, this is Overclocking 101.....Find the minimum voltage you can run stable at. Excess voltage when you are stable is just wasted power and more heat.
Please remove that foot from your mouth now.Edited by RX7-2nr - 3/1/13 at 9:25pm