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Just ran a quick game of bf4 with 85%, hit 78c about 3 minutes in and stayed there the rest of the round, I know for sure now this is not normal, the windforce cooler is giving others anywhere between 50-67c at load with stock fan profiles, mine is doing about 87-88c at stock profiles, anyone know how to fix this?

Well, are the clocks where you want them or is there more you wanted to get out of it?
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Hi Guys!

I'm a bit concern about the power consumption of the card and wanted to ask if the graphics card automatically scales its frequency down when a certain game isn't graphic intensive? I'm familiar with the idle clocks (135MHz/324MHz) but not on the actual clocks when it runs a certain game.

For example, if I run both Walking Dead and Crysis 3 at max settings, do both games consume the same power? I'm stucked between a 760 and a 770 when considering power consumption, performance on 1920x1080 and price/performance ratio.


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Hi Guys!

I'm a bit concern about the power consumption of the card and wanted to ask if the graphics card automatically scales its frequency down when a certain game isn't graphic intensive? I'm familiar with the idle clocks (135MHz/324MHz) but not on the actual clocks when it runs a certain game.

For example, if I run both Walking Dead and Crysis 3 at max settings, do both games consume the same power? I'm stucked between a 760 and a 770 when considering power consumption, performance on 1920x1080 and price/performance ratio.


Thank you

What kind of PSU do you have? Fill out the specs in your profile when you get a chance.

100% power consumption is 100% power consumption. The difference being, max settings on Minecraft will not tax the gpu the same as max settings on something like Crysis. You'd have to look at the gpu load in those games I would think rather than just compare "max settings".

I have a pretty high OC on my 770 as well as 4670K and don't come close (as far as I can tell) to max draw on my 660W Seasonic.
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anyone? i'm really looking forward to making a purchase sometime this week but i dont want to waste my time

I installed an accelero xtreme on a 7950. OC'd and under load the card stayed in the mid 40s. They are effective and they are quiet. As for fit, i cant answer that, the manufacturer should have the cards it fits clearly listed. I do know they tend to be on the long side. The one I had actually hung over the back of the card by an inch. They make these to fit multiple models and this one would also work on a 7970. Be sure to check measurements and check your case for room too.
   
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Hi Guys!

I'm a bit concern about the power consumption of the card and wanted to ask if the graphics card automatically scales its frequency down when a certain game isn't graphic intensive? I'm familiar with the idle clocks (135MHz/324MHz) but not on the actual clocks when it runs a certain game.

For example, if I run both Walking Dead and Crysis 3 at max settings, do both games consume the same power? I'm stucked between a 760 and a 770 when considering power consumption, performance on 1920x1080 and price/performance ratio.


Thank you

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What kind of PSU do you have? Fill out the specs in your profile when you get a chance.

100% power consumption is 100% power consumption. The difference being, max settings on Minecraft will not tax the gpu the same as max settings on something like Crysis. You'd have to look at the gpu load in those games I would think rather than just compare "max settings".

I have a pretty high OC on my 770 as well as 4670K and don't come close (as far as I can tell) to max draw on my 660W Seasonic.

Hi!

I really appreciate your reply and by gpu load, do you think it increases in increments or by preset clocks? Just an example, let's say 1059 MHz ->1060 Mhz - 1061 MHz or 1059 MHz -> 1159 MHz -> 1259 MHz? The reason I'm keen with details with regard to power consumption is because of the dilemma in choosing between a 760 and 770.


For lack of a better example, given the same pc specs but different GPUs particularly a 760 and 770. Both runs Minecraft at the lowest settings. Do both cards consume the same power/same gpu load?


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As HitMe posted above, it looks like the 770 is more efficient per watt than the 760, so that answers your question there. I would be a little wary of overclocking too much, as your PSU doesn't leave much overhead. I think the 770/4670K combo (with all other components) draws near 450W. You can run either card though just fine with that psu, so unless you have some other power hungry component that you haven't listed, I wouldn't let power consumption be the deciding factor in your purchase.
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Well, are the clocks where you want them or is there more you wanted to get out of it?

The problem is that I'm sure it's overheating, I see people getting anywhere between 50-68c under load with this cooler, and I need a way to fix it, whatever that entails.
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Thinking I need to get some new exhaust fans for my case as the case is getting pretty warm while I leave it folding. to help with the heat coming off my EVGA 770. Currently got the front two fans in my case as intake and the top 120mm fans on my h100i as well as the stock 140mm fan as exhaust. Any ideas on how to improve airflow? Other than that this card seems like a beast so far. Need to really start pushing both the card and processor to see what I can get out of them. tongue.gif

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The problem is that I'm sure it's overheating, I see people getting anywhere between 50-68c under load with this cooler, and I need a way to fix it, whatever that entails.

could be that the heatsink doesn't have good contact with the GPU die and is having to work harder to keep the card cool. Maybe a repaste would help?
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The problem is that I'm sure it's overheating, I see people getting anywhere between 50-68c under load with this cooler, and I need a way to fix it, whatever that entails.

I'm assuming you've turned the fan speed up? That should be step 1. If you've pushed the fan speed to 80% or so (and the fans are actually working) and it's still running at 88C then you've got a problem. I'm not sure there's much else you can do besides adding new TIM, add a slot cooler, or more case fans and/or move to a Kraken G10. You'd have to check the manufacturer's warranty to see if running a bit hot is covered under warranty, but until it starts artifacting or going into thermal shutdown, I doubt much will come of it.

88C is pretty hot, but in my opinion if you can drag it down to around 80C, even though it's higher than the numbers that you're reading elsewhere, it's not overheating, just running a bit hotter than average. Your gpu is not going to burst into flames and burn your house down, though it is just slightly over the threshold of the max temp I'd feel comfortable running a gpu at (around 85C is the top end of my personal max, but I'm sure others have crazier standards of like 20C or some nonsense)
Edited by Tyorik - 1/9/14 at 3:54am
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