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Originally Posted by itzzdannn View Post

My temps in valley hit 78c but in game only around 60c and idle 30-32c is that bad?

What card is it?

Edit: you are 7°C from the recommended max temp. That isn't bad, reference cooler is usually at 80°C at full load. If you are running a non reference card maybe increase the fan speed or decrease any OC (blasphemer! get him!)
Edited by TheMasterNoob - 8/15/13 at 9:24am
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My temps in valley hit 78c but in game only around 60c and idle 30-32c is that bad?

I hit 93c the other night running Valley with my side panel on... lol

Classifieds get really hot with 1.35v running through them.
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Anyone having issues with sli 780 while running BF3,last night while running BF3 i saw my FPS drop to 60 every now and again for a couple seconds,running the 326.41 beta,never had this happen to me before....

Don't use the 326 beta drivers at all for BF3 right now. I have tried the 326.01 and.41 and I get driectx crashes in BF3. Something about BF3 is not playing well with them. I went back to 320.49 and they seem to be working well so far. I did not have any issue with the 326 drivers for weeks but then a couple of weeks ago I started getting these crashes and weird issues. I think it has to do with the last MS update is what I read on the EVGA forum. There is a fix for really low FPS in BF3 if you are using IE10 in BF3 and that is to go to Internet options-> Advanced tab-> then check mark the first box in the list to use software rendering instead of GPU. Many said that fixed it for them.
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Managed to finish Valley with my reference card 1228Mhz core - 78fps not even clocked CPU at the edge.
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Managed to finish Valley with my reference card 1228Mhz core - 78fps not even clocked CPU at the edge.

And memory? If I do that with my reference card I would get bottlenecked by the power target very early, even with skyn3ts modded BIOS.
Edited by Uzanar - 8/15/13 at 2:47pm
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And memory? If I do that with my reference card I would get bottlenecked by the power target very early, even with skyn3ts modded BIOS.
You can see the memory speed in screenshot: 3564MHz wink.gif
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You can see the memory speed in screenshot: 3564MHz wink.gif

Ah, of course wink.gif

The thing about my GTX 780 is that it's stable at exactly the same frequencies in Battlefield 3 for example but in benchmarks like Valley and Heaven I can't get over 1176MHz/6600MHz no matter how high voltage I give it because the power target reaches 115% almost instantly.
I don't know why this doesn't happen in Battlefield 3 as well but I guess that's a good thing, poor benchmark-performance but awesome gaming-performance where it actually matters thumb.gif
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Ah, of course wink.gif

The thing about my GTX 780 is that it's stable at exactly the same frequencies in Battlefield 3 for example but in benchmarks like Valley and Heaven I can't get over 1176MHz/6600MHz no matter how high voltage I give it because the power target reaches 115% almost instantly.
I don't know why this doesn't happen in Battlefield 3 as well but I guess that's a good thing, poor benchmark-performance but awesome gaming-performance where it actually matters thumb.gif

I'm willing to bet it's because BF3 rarely uses 100% of your GPU. The game is extremely CPU limited, even with high overclocking. You can verify this by keeping the Afterburner (or similar app) hardware monitors active/logging while playing the game.
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I'm willing to bet it's because BF3 rarely uses 100% of your GPU. The game is extremely CPU limited, even with high overclocking. You can verify this by keeping the Afterburner (or similar app) hardware monitors active/logging while playing the game.

While Battlefield 3 is a CPU-intensive game indeed I'm sure that my CPU isn't the bottleneck there. I have tested the game at 800x600 at low settings and my i7 2700K@4.5GHz dipped to 100FPS several times but 90FPS being the lowest.
When I play Battlefield 3 my GPU-usage is around 95% but spikes a 99% at times and I think that has to do with the fact that I cap my FPS at 120FPS because I don't want any screen tearing due to a too high framerate.

Even when I play Battlefield 3 with my overclock at 1228MHz/7GHz my FPS dips to 70FPS at times so I'm definitely limited by my GTX 780.
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