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Would a triple radiator (120mm fans x 3) be enough to cool the CPU and 2 GTX 780s?
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Originally Posted by MxPhenom 216 View Post

I do not understand why Afterburner has that whole expiration crap.
me neither, i had an old version that could not show in 64bit games and that one newer expired, its just the 18 version i installed to get 64bit games osd, is the one that gives me expired message
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Originally Posted by anubis1127 View Post


To annoy its users.
i guess ...
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Originally Posted by rjm0827 View Post

I'm still not sure what custom BIOS I need to disable GPU boost. EVGA reference, BIOS is 80.10.3A.00.82 (P2083-0020). Thanks!

[*] EVGA 780 SC
[*] Version 80.10.3A.00.80
[*] Base core clock 954.Mhz
[*] Disabled boost
[*] 3d voltage adjustable
[*] 1.212v unlocked
[*] Fan Idle 20%
[*] Fan bumped to 100%
[*] Default power target 100% 330w by 150% slide 500w

EVGA 780 SC Reference


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Originally Posted by revro View Post

me neither, i had an old version that could not show in 64bit games and that one newer expired, its just the 18 version i installed to get 64bit games osd, is the one that gives me expired message
i guess ...


Only AB beta 18 came with RTSS 6.0 (Riva Tuner Statistic Server) that was reworked to support 64bit applications, if you are having problems with it, i suggest to uninstall it and delete the AB folder inside program files (x86), then install it again (beta 18)! thumb.gif



Cheers

Ed

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Edited by OccamRazor - 2/10/14 at 3:18am
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i know the beta 18 supports the 64bit, the issue is that now when there is a newer beta it screams and expires after some time ... previous versions didnt do it. possibly only betas expires and normal versions dont
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Anyone tried this card?
PNY VCGGTX7803XPB-OC
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814133525
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i know the beta 18 supports the 64bit, the issue is that now when there is a newer beta it screams and expires after some time ... previous versions didnt do it. possibly only betas expires and normal versions dont

That is the exact purpose of the beta, to be replaced by other beta solving the bugs (or introducing new ones tongue.gif) until the final version goes out!
But Alexei is not going out of betas i believe for the time being, so, we have to live with the expiration dates! Every beta lasts 3 months thumb.gif


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I've been noticing some stuttering in BF4 since I increased my overclock. I'm running with +39 on the core to give a max boost at 1176Mhz. I noticed that if I have it set to +39 on the core, my actual clock in-game jumps all over between 980Mhz and 1176Mhz. The odd thing is I lowered the core to +26 and it stays at a pretty steady 1163Mhz. I run with vsnyc on, and noticed I didn't have this problem with vsync off. Does anyone have any idea why the clock would jump up and down causing stutters with my clock set to 1176Mhz vs steady at 1163Mhz?
I also have problems with bf4 stuttering, looks like pretty bugy game.
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Anyone tried this card?
PNY VCGGTX7803XPB-OC
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814133525

http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/graphics/2013/11/15/pny-geforce-gtx-780-xlr8-oc-review/1

Here is a review. Looks like the one they had hit 1228 MHz with stock vcore, but this does not mean the one you buy will do the same. Keep in mind that PNY gives a FREE lifetime warranty when you register the card on their web site.
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does this top frequency you guys refer to always mean the boost2? cause my card is stock 1006mhz but in games i read 1084mhz

thanks
revro
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does this top frequency you guys refer to always mean the boost2? cause my card is stock 1006mhz but in games i read 1084mhz

thanks
revro


That's what I call the boost clock, or stock boost.  I just consider what they put in the specs to be a minimum value.

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