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Does anyone here have an Antec 1100 case with a water cooling setup? My water cooling kit (XSPC) is coming on Monday and I am wondering in advance what the best way to mount the triple radiator is. It would definitely have to be mounted outside, so I'm thinking in the back of the case? I got mounting brackets too.
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Does anyone here have an Antec 1100 case with a water cooling setup? My water cooling kit (XSPC) is coming on Monday and I am wondering in advance what the best way to mount the triple radiator is. It would definitely have to be mounted outside, so I'm thinking in the back of the case? I got mounting brackets too.

I'd mount it on the top if you are going external. I just like the way it would look over having mounted externally on the rear.
Doesn't look like there is much on the top of the case, so it would interfere less on the top.
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Hello everybody!

I'm new on ocing and i would like your help..

My new rig is the following

ASUS Maximus VI Impact
Core i7 4770k @ 4.4ghz with 1.22v
G.Skill TridentX 16GB 8-9-9-9-24
Corsair H80i
Case Coolermaster Elite 130
SSD Samsung 840 Pro 256gb
HDD WD Black 1T
ASUS GTX 780

My problem is that i tried to oc the gtx 780 with evga precicion x with no avail and with minimum adjustment..

I set power 102% and +100mhz in both core frequency and memory..

the results was when i started a benchmarking with realbench and only the encoding test with handbrake it gave me a blue screen at about 80% of the procedure...

I'm i missing something with some settings?

Thanking you in advance..
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You may need to raise voltage. In Precision you can raise the voltage to the max allowed by Nvidia.
You can't raise it past the safe allowance thumb.gif - unless you mod the firmware on the card.

Raise it 1 level and test again, if you still crash, raise it another level.
The max you can raise voltage with stock tuning is 1.21 volts.
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You may need to raise voltage. In Precision you can raise the voltage to the max allowed by Nvidia.
You can't raise it past the safe allowance thumb.gif - unless you mod the firmware on the card.

Raise it 1 level and test again, if you still crash, raise it another level.
The max you can raise voltage with stock tuning is 1.21 volts.

Thank you very much for your quick response..!!

Can you please tell me if there are any other settings that i should have in mind? Automatic fun control for example?Are the incrementals of +100 mhz are ok?
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Thank you very much for your quick response..!!

Can you please tell me if there are any other settings that i should have in mind? Automatic fun control for example?Are the incrementals of +100 mhz are ok?

Automatic FAN control? tongue.gif That affects the fan curve so you can make it spin up faster at a lower temp level, or vice versa.
When I test for an overclock I do the Core first, then start bumping up memory.
If you run the stress test for Precision, separate download I think, you can slowly raise memory in real time until you start to see artifacts in the stress test.

I like to raise by 25 or 50mhz.

Core unstable will usually crash.
Memory unstable will crash if very unstable or artifact if slightly unstable.

Just raise up voltage and clocks till you find your goal. If temps are too high then I'd lower the voltage and then lower the clocks till you find stability.
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Automatic FAN control? That affects the fan curve so you can make it spin up faster at a lower temp level, or vice versa.
When I test for an overclock I do the Core first, then start bumping up memory.
If you run the stress test for Precision, separate download I think, you can slowly raise memory in real time until you start to see artifacts in the stress test.

I like to raise by 25 or 50mhz.

Core unstable will usually crash.
Memory unstable will crash if very unstable or artifact if slightly unstable.

Thank you very much!! I will give them a try!!
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Have fun!
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Thank you very much for your quick response..!!

Can you please tell me if there are any other settings that i should have in mind? Automatic fun control for example?Are the incrementals of +100 mhz are ok?

You might want to read my guide: OCCAMRAZOR ADVANCED GK110 OC GUIDE


Cheers

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Just got my EVGA GTX 780 ACX FTW in today. One has to appreciate EVGA's thoughtful design and build quality. The real-world boost clock at the factory overclock is 1124mhz smile.gif


    
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