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Hi guys, I bought GTX770 JetStream, and everything is great, but the memories are Elpida and now I've clocked at 1250/8000 and the card is pretty quiet and cold.

Validation: http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/5vmrh/
Edited by stanimir330 - 3/7/14 at 7:20am
post #5632 of 9139
Finally got everything up and running. Running at stock speeds for the time being, but I'll probably want to squeeze a bit more out of the card soon enough.

Validation: http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/mv2a/

3dMark IceStorm: 164039 ( http://www.3dmark.com/is/1667189 )
3dMark Cloudgate: 23,924 ( http://www.3dmark.com/cg/1494052 )
3dMark FireStrike: 7444 ( http://www.3dmark.com/fs/1816501 )
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Got a GTX 770 tonight pretty awesome card, but unfortunately it looks like I'll be skipping out on Maxwell. I don't think I'll need much more than a 770 at 2048x1152 for awhile.

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Memory doesnt seem to want to over clock much, but it hits 1306 core easily though I doubt I'll run it at that speed right now considering I run Vsync and Triple buffering for all of my single player games. Much greater upgrade over a 660TI then i though it would be. No more gimpy memory holding things back, that's for sure.

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Is there a way to deactivate the Boost on the eVGA cards?

My 770 FTW automatically "boosts" itself up to 1228 core clock at 1200 voltage (according to eVGA Precision X)... and I'm a little concerned about my crappy TR2-RX PSU not be able to handle that, I don't want my card overvolting itself until I can buy a much more decent and reliable PSU to put into my PC!

I had Skyrim crashing on me last night, just went straight to a full black screen, and then crashed to desktop... not sure if its related but its not a crash I've ever seen Skyrim do before I installed this card. Then when I attempted to reload the game, all the colors were all funky surreal like... just flat shades of red, blue, yellow, and white... as though my display had suddenly defaulted to an old-school "CGA display adapter" ... which was really kinda weird and funky as Skyrim was actually quite playable that way!

But still, made me wonder if there might be some issue between my crappy PSU and this new GTX 770... so I was wondering if I could disable this Boost thing to prevent it from overvolting itself?
     
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Cjc75-

The boost can't be disabled without a modded bios but that would be the wrong approach. Technically your PSU has enough power for your 770 assuming the psu isn't bad. I would first try to see if the issue is game related or an actual hardware issue. If you don't have other games to play, run unigen valley maybe 3 passes in a row on the highest setting to see if it will finish them and let us know what happened.
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I had a crash last night playing COD Ghosts, my cards are stock, it just happens sometimes.
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Yea it runs fine on Valley... Most of my games run fine and great too, Assassin's Creed 4 Black Flag, ran through a few rounds on BF Bad Company 2 though its an older game, still fairly demanding; and played some Batman Arkham City for a couple hours without problems too...

I just got to wondering about whether my Skyrim might have been more demanding cause its so heavily modified; countless 4K texture packs, fancy ENB's, etc...

Though unrelated, Skyrim is also definitely using those 4gb's of VRAM thats for sure, my Skyrim Performance Monitor mod shows it using up to 3.5GB of Vram; and runs a lot smoother because of it! biggrin.gif

In all, as far as I can tell, this card just literally kicks butt!

I am even seeing a remarkable performance improvement in Second Life where I do custom commission builds and run a group in a roleplay game that plays like a first person shooter game. Absolutely remarkable improvement.
Edited by cjc75 - 3/10/14 at 9:36am
     
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I got core clock 1232MHz (+95MHz) with 1.2V. If I increase it by 5MHz (+100MHz) 3d mark 11 crashes in second test, which should mean I'm using too less volts. But when I increase volts to 1.212V it still crashes at the same point.
Does this mean only that card does't get those extravolts?
GPU-Z, MSI Kombuster and EVGA Precision X shows 1.212V. Is there better tool for measuring volts?
If not, what's the problem? This +95MHz sounds pretty low overclock, and from somewhere I read people has got like +150MHz.

My card is Gigabyte GTX 770 OC. I haven't tried to overclock memory yet (If that affects something). What is basic overclock which you can get with almost every GTX 770?
Edited by Pale1 - 3/10/14 at 11:02am
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Originally Posted by cjc75 View Post

Is there a way to deactivate the Boost on the eVGA cards?

My 770 FTW automatically "boosts" itself up to 1228 core clock at 1200 voltage (according to eVGA Precision X)... and I'm a little concerned about my crappy TR2-RX PSU not be able to handle that, I don't want my card overvolting itself until I can buy a much more decent and reliable PSU to put into my PC!

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But still, made me wonder if there might be some issue between my crappy PSU and this new GTX 770... so I was wondering if I could disable this Boost thing to prevent it from overvolting itself?

You can follow this guide, but you have to use batch files. This will eliminate boosting though, and allow you to set a max constant clock without modding your bios.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1267918/guide-nvidia-inspector-gtx670-680-disable-boost-fixed-clock-speed-undervolting/0_100
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