Originally Posted by OccamRazor
1.212v + (LLC disable= 0.025v) + 0.006v fluctuation = 1.243v
Originally Posted by Seid Dark
I already know that, it's exact reason why I disabled LLC
I don't want to use the unofficial AB tweak for over 1.21v voltage so little extra that disabling LLC gives is enough for me. I don't plan to water cool this card. It's shame that Nvidia cards generally don't have VRM sensors, I'd like to know how hot they are.
Hmm tbh I never looked it from that point of view!
I mean by not using the AB hack and just using Sky's AMAZING vbios and just disabling the LLC for 1.243v as my friend OccamRazor said above. Done! Thats what I'm doing.
Both you rep'ed.
And for some that "know" that would had saved me a gpu but then again I gained 100euros by sending it back and getting a new one. So I can't really complaing.
I don't believe much in fate but boy, sometimes it really seems that way.
Having a card die on me that shouldn't had died at those clocks/voltage about just before the price drop. What are the chances.
Sooo 1.243V hereeee I come! Lets hope I can squeeze at least 1300/1800 at that voltage and I'm golden until Maxwell.
My old Palit was benching at firstname.lastname@example.org(AB 1.3V+LLC on).
So if my GB 780 WF3 OC proves a good clocker and hits 1300 isnt that like a 780Ti at 1110-1150? If thats about right I'm more than happy.
My best 3DMark FS score was about 12500 gpu score@1333/1780 and Hilbert's 780TI WF3 sample over Guru3D got 13200 gpu score with about 1241-1281/1987.Edited by Koniakki - 11/12/13 at 4:06pm