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Hello guys!

I have read in a few forums that the Gigabyte GTX 770 sometimes presents problems in the setups because of the high core clock at the stock voltage. Symptoms are black screen or teardowns in the display image after installing NVIDIA drivers.

Has anybody experienced this? I'm deciding between a EVGA and a Gigabyte. I was thinking to go with Gigabyte because of the Windforce cooler to get some better temperatures and less noise.

Haven't considered MSI, and I read that the Galaxy GTX 770 HOF is quite noisy.

What do you guys think?

Thanks!
MSI Gaming . 1280mhz with stock cooler at stock voltages
easy 8000 Mhz Ram
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I am having a problem with my 770 I have ran my overclock for months been through heaven, valley, 3dmark everything stable for months. well today I plug in my old gpu just to see if it still works, ect.. mess around with it. Well I plug my 770 back in and get blue screen/reboot, half way through heaven everytime. I have tried lowering the overclock and same thing. Any ideas?
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I am having a problem with my 770 I have ran my overclock for months been through heaven, valley, 3dmark everything stable for months. well today I plug in my old gpu just to see if it still works, ect.. mess around with it. Well I plug my 770 back in and get blue screen/reboot, half way through heaven everytime. I have tried lowering the overclock and same thing. Any ideas?
driver issues clean it in safe mode

i hope you didn't damage the Card
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whats best way to clean out all old drivers and such?
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MSI Gaming . 1280mhz with stock cooler at stock voltages
easy 8000 Mhz Ram

That's OC'd?
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That's OC'd?
yes but 1085 Stock and boost to 1200 Mhz smile.gif
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I am having a problem with my 770 I have ran my overclock for months been through heaven, valley, 3dmark everything stable for months. well today I plug in my old gpu just to see if it still works, ect.. mess around with it. Well I plug my 770 back in and get blue screen/reboot, half way through heaven everytime. I have tried lowering the overclock and same thing. Any ideas?

I do agree about reinstalling drivers and such, I would also remove the gpu again and reinstall to make sure its seated properly. Make sure the psu power cables are completely installed as well.
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Any reason why not many people got the asus version? Was between the msi and asus one.

I love my asus one, tough card. I have pushed 1.5v on the gpu and no problems although it throttles over 1.485v. Only downside on the asus is that to get extra voltage you need to do the hotwire mod and void the warranty where others have a software hack to use.
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yes but 1085 Stock and boost to 1200 Mhz smile.gif

Sounds nice tongue.gif

You got the card? Which temps you get?
Edited by Mariolillo - 3/25/14 at 6:48pm
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Sounds nice tongue.gif

You got the card? Which temps you get?

27-35 idle temps 40 °c in hot summer
64 -70 under load 1200Mhz
no noise at all

if you want to watercool it dont buy MSI Gaming Card there's no full block
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27-35 idle temps 40 °c in hot summer
64 -70 under load 1200Mhz
no noise at all

if you want to watercool it dont buy MSI Gaming Card there's no full block

Really good temps! I'm not planning to use a waterblock so I should be fine with an MSI smile.gif

Edit: Is the card noisy at that clock under load?
Oops, didn't read the last line tongue.gif
Edited by Mariolillo - 3/25/14 at 9:48pm
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