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post #8921 of 9149
witcher 3,gta 5, least stable is fallout 4 i think
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witcher 3,gta 5, least stable is fallout 4 i think

Lest stable wth.gif I have noticed for me at lest driver 361.91 has been the most friendly for OC and gaming for these old 770's
and I am only managing 1293Mhz @ 1.32v
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post #8923 of 9149
By the way even with my gtx-770 @ 1202 mhz... a stock-clocked GTX 1070 reference card is +218% faster. 770's are so old and slow now frown.gif
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Originally Posted by feznz View Post

Lest stable wth.gif I have noticed for me at lest driver 361.91 has been the most friendly for OC and gaming for these old 770's
and I am only managing 1293Mhz @ 1.32v


1) LEAST man...
2) you are missing that we was talking about gigabyte gpus, and you cant overvoltage them... so.. we have to use max 1.2V, that is leads us to lower OC
post #8925 of 9149
For me GTA V is the most stable, no probleme with +100 on the Core and 400 on Memory. Although TW3 didn't like and I had to reduce to +70. Now with the new DLC I had to reduce it to +60 and also to reduce my CPU overclock. Is it dangerous to flashbios the card ? I was wondering if it could help me squeeze +100 or even more on The Witcher. I don't plan on buying a new GPU soon, so I don't want to kill mine ^^ Which is still great for 1080
post #8926 of 9149
flashing bios is relative safe, but lot of brands need hardware mod, bios value changes wont change thing.
post #8927 of 9149
What do you mean by Hardware mod ? I'm already watercooling the card so it stays really cool even during summer
post #8928 of 9149
HW mod= I mean modifying VDDC on card to deliver more voltage, as bios change for voltage wont work. Doesnt matter if your card is 70Degrees or 40... It will still be unstable untill you add voltage...
post #8929 of 9149
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What do you mean by Hardware mod ? I'm already watercooling the card so it stays really cool even during summer

What they mean is a very high percentage.. near 90% of GTX 770's were "hard locked" by nvidia. As in -nothing- could raise voltage on them. Not bios flashing, not software, nothing. The only way was "hard mods" getting in to soldering on to your card and putting adjustable resistors on it and turning it manually and such. Which violates your warranty and is only for ln2 record breaking stuff.
post #8930 of 9149
well there is tool, that will get your afterburner able to set more voltage, and you are good..
but lot of those hardware voltage regulators on gpu pcb doesnt respond to that...but you should try that tools anyway
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