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Hello 770 owners. I currently own 2 Gtx Titans in SLi under water, but I want a rig that is more portable. My current rig weights a ton, so I'm considering selling my stuff and getting a Prodigy MATX build with SlI 770 4gb. Does anyone have an experience with the difference. Between these 2 gpu setups? I game at 1440p, and as far as my math can figure, I'd loose about 35%, but the Titans are so over powered, I should still be over 60fps in every game I play, and I'll be able to save quite a bit of money too.

If I did go through with it, which 770 4gb should I get?
 
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Hello 770 owners. I currently own 2 Gtx Titans in SLi under water, but I want a rig that is more portable. My current rig weights a ton, so I'm considering selling my stuff and getting a Prodigy MATX build with SlI 770 4gb. Does anyone have an experience with the difference. Between these 2 gpu setups? I game at 1440p, and as far as my math can figure, I'd loose about 35%, but the Titans are so over powered, I should still be over 60fps in every game I play, and I'll be able to save quite a bit of money too.

If I did go through with it, which 770 4gb should I get?

Why not just keep one titan?
post #5923 of 9139
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Why not just keep one titan?

I thought about that but I can sell a Titan with a block for $700, and I have $100 in EVGA bucks so I can get SLi 770 4GB for $700, and they would be more powerful than a single Titan.
 
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post #5924 of 9139
Any ideas here? Using afterburner and the one tool (always forget the name) I can adjust the voltage finally. GPUz doesn't show any changes.
post #5925 of 9139
Here is my Zotac GTX 770 2GB with bios from amp version. It's also little bit overclocked. Driver is 337.50 http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/2874154
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post #5926 of 9139
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Originally Posted by valkeriefire View Post

I thought about that but I can sell a Titan with a block for $700, and I have $100 in EVGA bucks so I can get SLi 770 4GB for $700, and they would be more powerful than a single Titan.

To keep it simple I would go for a single GTX 780ti in a small form build
post #5927 of 9139
Is anyone experiencing some weird performance & microstuttering issues with GTX 770 in CS:GO? I recently bought one and I get much less fps than I did with my HD 7870.
While playing deathmatch my fps runs around 180-380fps, depending on how much people run around on my screen and what part of the map Im in.
Sometimes its even 180 without anyone in the screen looking at a random corner. Microstutters dont seem to be affected by this though, they seem to occur randomly.

I used to have 270+ with my HD 7870 without any sort of drops and the fps was much more stable without any microstuttering.

The problem doesnt seem to be CPU related, since I can only experience it with GTX 770. Tried a couple of Windows clean installs (w7/w8.1), different drivers, with/without overclocking the gpu, different nVidia control panel settings(f.e. "Prefer maximum performance" for the power saving setting).

Windows 7 works better. Minimum fps ~20 more than on Windows 8.1



GPU load seems to be somewhat random, it dips to 4-8% sometimes like seen in the image. Sometimes it dips more, sometimes less, but never no more than 8-9 lines record those dips when looking at the full screen log file.

The problem only exists with CS:GO for now, no fps problems in BF4 or BF3.

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i5 4670K @ 4.4ghz
8gb 1333mhz ddr3
MSI GTX 770 Twin Frozr OC 2gb
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55W XFX Core Edition
Edited by hasukka - 4/14/14 at 11:06am
post #5928 of 9139
Still having issues and could really use some help.

MSI Afterburner finally opened up with Rbby258 but changes are not seen on MSI AB gpu voltage or GPUz voltage.

The ri3 and ri4 come back as invalid.

Using the evga 770 superclocked dual bios. At a loss right now. Any more assistance will be greatly appreciated.

Max GPU voltage is 1.2v. Nothing is changing that number regardless of the voltage I put into MSI AB.
post #5929 of 9139
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Still having issues and could really use some help.

MSI Afterburner finally opened up with Rbby258 but changes are not seen on MSI AB gpu voltage or GPUz voltage.

The ri3 and ri4 come back as invalid.

Using the evga 770 superclocked dual bios. At a loss right now. Any more assistance will be greatly appreciated.

Max GPU voltage is 1.2v. Nothing is changing that number regardless of the voltage I put into MSI AB.

Have you tried seeing if you can OC higher? I thought I saw something once with that where the reported voltage displayed doesnt change visually but it actually changes it. I cant really help though since that method never worked on my asus card due to the voltage regulator asus used.

@Yungbenny911
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Have you tried seeing if you can OC higher? I thought I saw something once with that where the reported voltage displayed doesnt change visually but it actually changes it. I cant really help though since that method never worked on my asus card due to the voltage regulator asus used.

@Yungbenny911
Do you have any tips for buffnerd?

Did not clock higher. In fact I usually clocked a tad lower. Temps never get above 65c.

Can I measure voltage from the PSU/gpu plug. I have a fancy Fluke DMM that I use for all my 12v installs in cars smile.gif love that thing.
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