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I haven't explored the vast world of Fallout 4 but I used to get 40's in High with a 660... Plus My fps never drops under 55 in GTA V very high... I always disable antialiasing so maybe you should give it a try ? My card is clocked lower. What performance do you get in The Witcher 3 ? (If you have it)
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I haven't explored the vast world of Fallout 4 but I used to get 40's in High with a 660... Plus My fps never drops under 55 in GTA V very high... I always disable antialiasing so maybe you should give it a try ? My card is clocked lower. What performance do you get in The Witcher 3 ? (If you have it)

And yeah sorry, I'm not playing GTAV without AA. IT looks freaking terrible and the jaggies are horrible and everywhere. I'll deal with lower grass performance if it means no jaggies.

The last time I tried Witcher III It was terrible. Nothing I could do would get playable performance in it with my 770.. Stalling and "hitching" constantly. I was forced to delete it.
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And yeah sorry, I'm not playing GTAV without AA. IT looks freaking terrible and the jaggies are horrible and everywhere. I'll deal with lower grass performance if it means no jaggies.

The last time I tried Witcher III It was terrible. Nothing I could do would get playable performance in it with my 770.. Stalling and "hitching" constantly. I was forced to delete it.

Ahaha okay ^^ Yeah for me no AA is not a big deal. I think I just have the FXAA in GTA V, and not all the time. Do you have a GPU-Z link ?
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Ignore the Link speed / PEG speed. It's running at full speed. I have no idea why the software is reporting it incorrectly.
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Is it beacause of the flash that your default clock is so high or does the EVGA have an insane factory OC ?
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Is it beacause of the flash that your default clock is so high or does the EVGA have an insane factory OC ?

Yes the flashing, and that's how I like my video cards. And that's what disabling boost does. It runs at 1 speed always and it never changes.. When gaming. It will still throttle down to 125 mhz in windows desktop with no games loaded.

EDIT: This is a bit confusing.. I don't want folks to think that just because a custom bios flash is done, it makes clocks stick like this. Some people like nvidia boost. I, however do not and hate it. I wanted mine set this way with a custom bios so that's how mine runs.
Edited by kithylin - 6/9/16 at 12:32pm
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Yes the flashing, and that's how I like my video cards. And that's what disabling boost does. It runs at 1 speed always and it never changes.. When gaming. It will still throttle down to 125 mhz in windows desktop with no games loaded.

EDIT: This is a bit confusing.. I don't want folks to think that just because a custom bios flash is done, it makes clocks stick like this. Some people like nvidia boost. I, however do not and hate it. I wanted mine set this way with a custom bios so that's how mine runs.

I'll definitely enter the formidable world of BIOS Flashing soon. Why do you hate the Bosst thingy ?
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I'll definitely enter the formidable world of BIOS Flashing soon. Why do you hate the Bosst thingy ?

Because I get micro-stutters and small hitches, and stalls in certain games because the nvidia clocks fluctuate around up/down constantly. It also leads to inconsistent frame rates, and random frame rate drops.

I just.. hate it. I want my gpu at one speed, always, forever, never changing when gaming. And don't want it to throttle down or change even if it gets hot and I'll manage heat myself.
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By the way EVGA must've done a great job on that cooler since I was easily hitting 85°c with the default MSI Twin Frozr and default clocks...
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By the way EVGA must've done a great job on that cooler since I was easily hitting 85°c with the default MSI Twin Frozr and default clocks...

That could be because of poor case air flow
Or you need a custom fan profile the factory fan profile is normally to lower side to keep the card quiet as possible.
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