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Ooooh I seee ! Well definitely not gonna go into soldering smile.gif Thanks for the meaning smile.gif I'll see about flashing when it'll really show its age and when I'll plan an upgrade
Edited by Arcanin - 6/8/16 at 11:40am
post #8932 of 9149
but you should look to this topic:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1398725/unlock-afterburner-limits-on-lots-of-cards-some-with-llc-one-tool-for-all-ab-versions

and check if your VRM isnt one of those.
post #8933 of 9149
Thanks smile.gif I'm checking your link. But I'll probably upgrade to a 980Ti or a 1070 (if the price goes down) next year or uin 2 years so I don't think I'll need to mod the 770 by then. Should be fine as long as I don't change my screen ^^
post #8934 of 9149
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but you should look to this topic:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1398725/unlock-afterburner-limits-on-lots-of-cards-some-with-llc-one-tool-for-all-ab-versions

and check if your VRM isnt one of those.

The problem with those tools is we can't -monitor- what the voltage is even if we do get it to go up. GPU-z doesn't show it, afterburner / precisionX won't show it higher, and nvidia inspector won't show it going up. Therefore.. it's very bad and not advisable for anyone to do it.

There's a few cards that both clock up voltage and report it.. EVGA classified, EVGA Kingpin, and a couple others. But most 770's won't do it. My EVGA SC one will go to 1.300v but I can't monitor it, all the programs still report it at 1.212v.
post #8935 of 9149
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The problem with those tools is we can't -monitor- what the voltage is even if we do get it to go up. GPU-z doesn't show it, afterburner / precisionX won't show it higher, and nvidia inspector won't show it going up. Therefore.. it's very bad and not advisable for anyone to do it.

There's a few cards that both clock up voltage and report it.. EVGA classified, EVGA Kingpin, and a couple others. But most 770's won't do it. My EVGA SC one will go to 1.300v but I can't monitor it, all the programs still report it at 1.212v.

EVGA make too much damn variants XD Although they seem to be pretty frigging good... i only went with MSI, but ended wtercooling the 770. The original fan setup was way too loud and I couldn't overclock, as my card would reach the temperature limit even with base clocks. Now I'm happily sitting at 65°C under load in a 30°C room XD Although I wonder if it wouldn't have been better to spend the 770+Hydro H55 money on a 780...
post #8936 of 9149
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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
I been in this club since the day the GTX 770s were released I have seen the same old argument time and time again.
I guess what I am saying fighting for the last 30-40 Mhz is going to do nothing for FPS meaning an extra 2% OC is going to yield an extra average .8FPS if your averaging 40FPS now will be 40.8FPS average.
better to be super stable than crash at the pinnacle of a game
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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

You can say that again we got some old dinosaurs then again I was a guy yesterday with has 9800 GTX and completed GTA5 on it wth.gif
problem being for me at lest I got SLI GTX 770 so 1 GTX 1070 would be an 18% gain so I would have to go SLI GTX 1070
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I got SLI GTX 770 so 1 GTX 1070 would be an 18% gain so I would have to go SLI GTX 1070

That's interesting ! Only an 18% difference ? Where did you get those numbers ? But even then I guess it'd still be better to go with a single 1070 than with the struggle of buying a new mobo and a new 770... :/ Plus I don't like the compatibility thingy with SLI, even tho I like SLI
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That's interesting ! Only an 18% difference ? Where did you get those numbers ? But even then I guess it'd still be better to go with a single 1070 than with the struggle of buying a new mobo and a new 770... :/ Plus I don't like the compatibility thingy with SLI, even tho I like SLI
just quoting @kithylin numbers maybe ask him but I know an gtx 1070 is a tad faster than a titanx
I never went for a titan x purely because they were hugely overpriced but the 1070 on the other hand is looking very tempting
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just quoting @kithylin numbers maybe ask him but I know an gtx 1070 is a tad faster than a titanx
I never went for a titan x purely because they were hugely overpriced but the 1070 on the other hand is looking very tempting

Right ? That's what stole my heart. But you can also consider buying an used 980Ti, for roughly the same performance when overclocked, as the price is gonna go down on EBay, Craiglist and such... We can already see some under 450$ ! The power consumption is higher but that does not really annoy me
post #8940 of 9149
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Originally Posted by feznz View Post

just quoting @kithylin numbers maybe ask him but I know an gtx 1070 is a tad faster than a titanx
I never went for a titan x purely because they were hugely overpriced but the 1070 on the other hand is looking very tempting

My single 770 vs a 2ghz 1080.. hay I found someone with the same cpu and same clock as mine.

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/8678504/fs/8738335

The 1070 is about -10% slower from the 1080.
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