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Yeah... Something about the last two or three drivers not getting along with PS2. I would revert back to before 332.WHQL & see if it resolves the issue.
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nvm
Edited by crazysoccerman - 3/12/14 at 4:22pm
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nvm

600W should be enough, but don't know if the CX600 outputs that number. Some people have said it's overrated by 100W. Was thinking it was a C-state issue, but you aren't running haswell.

Shilka should chime in here for a more in depth solution.
Edited by UnderscoreHero - 3/12/14 at 4:39pm
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Originally Posted by OccamRazor View Post

Set the voltage with the tool i provided, it was written by EVGA for your card specifically!
Set the voltage to 1,212V and you HAVE 1,212V, you have voltage up to 1,35V! Only use AB or PX to set clocks!
Sorry but you are just wasting your time with AB or PX in the voltage department!

Just my 2 cents!


Cheers

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Am I doing this correctly? I set the voltage and it doesn't seem to register.

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Am I doing this correctly? I set the voltage and it doesn't seem to register.
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If you have a 780 SC ACX (reference card) the Classified Voltage Tuner tool won't work. If you have a Classified (which I thought you did) it'll work.
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Am I doing this correctly? I set the voltage and it doesn't seem to register.


You wont "see" the voltage unless you use a multi meter, as all the programs (except AB with the volt mod for the reference Titan/780) get their feed from the drivers and those are limited to 1,212V, everything beyond that values is not read!
Trust me, if you set voltage with the Classy tool beyond 1,212V IT will register! thumb.gif

(Before anyone asks: HE HAS A 780 Classified! biggrin.gif ) tongue.gif


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Originally Posted by OccamRazor View Post

You wont "see" the voltage unless you use a multi meter, as all the programs (except AB with the volt mod for the reference Titan/780) get their feed from the drivers and those are limited to 1,212V, everything beyond that values is not read!
Trust me, if you set voltage with the Classy tool beyond 1,212V IT will register! thumb.gif

(Before anyone asks: HE HAS A 780 Classified! biggrin.gif ) tongue.gif


Cheers

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Oh! OK, cool. Thank you.
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600W should be enough, but don't know if the CX600 outputs that number. Some people have said it's overrated by 100W. Was thinking it was a C-state issue, but you aren't running haswell.

Shilka should chime in here for a more in depth solution.

Thanks. I'm not sure who lurks these forums, so I decided to retract the post. I've decided to upgrade my power supply.
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Thanks. I'm not sure who lurks these forums, so I decided to retract the post. I've decided to upgrade my power supply.

worried about lurkers? really?

anyways, good plan on the upgrade.
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