Originally Posted by OccamRazor
If you want to go higher you can try the Zawarudos Tool in my SIG, it allows you to go up to 1,4v!
IF the card is at 34C (where do you live, north pole? that card is outputting around 400W of power and its only 34C load!?!?!?)
it can handle things fine but its advisable to create in AB 2 profiles, 1 for your OC adventures with your stable OC and another for a stock everything so you can browse and watch a movie with low clocks and voltages and more importantly increases your cards life span not running high voltages all the time!
I live in Michigan. It has been cool lately and I only run the furnace at 65f and I think that is around 18.3c in my apartment for ambient temps. A pic for a bit more proof. I know it's only 1080p but I have two of them currently and they are 144Hz panels.
And yes I have created multiple profiles for when I am benching and playing games vs just idling, checking emails and browsing the web.
The card sits in my MD3 rig in my sig. It has a 480 Alphacool monsta rad in the bottom and a UT60 360 in the front. Air gets pulled in from the bottom and blows out the top. The front rad the air gets pulled in from the front then out the top. It's not the prettiest water cooled setup but it seems to work good.
I suggest opening in a new browser tab. When opening it in the picture window on this site it's to small to read anything on it. Oh, and thanks for the vbios Skynet. I would never have gotten this card this far overclocked without it.Edited by MNKyDeth - 10/27/13 at 9:15am