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ok guys only had this card for a few days been tweaking with it, i think my OC is great what do you guys think? got it perfectly stable!
i think i can push it a bit
what do you guys think? i got a custom fan setup i think it gets up to like almost 80 kinda hot i think in high load.

everything runs great, WITH OC BF3 like 160 fps, crysis 3 like 80-100

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btw this is a PNY GTX 780 brand.thumb.gif
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780 gtx oc

you guys think my score is decent? btw 2700k oc to 4.8 and ram is at 1600 with 16 gigs with sabertooth Z77 LGA1155 mobo

What are your actual GPU boost clocks? It's impossible to tell from offsets. Every Kepler card is different. Just note the clocks your card boosts to in OSD under load. So far nothing looks out of ordinary. Let me do a quick valley run with your memory clocks so we can see.

This is my 780 @ 1228/3197 memory. That's how +195 offset translates to actual memory clocks on my card.





Your card is where it should be performance wise. Valley benefits greatly from higher memory clocks from my experience. Try to push your memory further.
Edited by DimmyK - 6/2/13 at 11:41am
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its says so in my post if you can read carefully smile.gif

no, i meant what does it mean tongue.gif
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post #13 of 22
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ok so i changed things up a bit check this out
on the core i think im maxed out at 210 frown.gif but thats good.. no memory should i even try max the memory out not sure how much it helps tho... but this is a good stale overclock guys i want to hit the 3000 mark and ill be happy lol





Edited by Vertoxic - 6/2/13 at 12:15pm
post #14 of 22
Your memory OC really seems to open the 780s performance up a good bit, go for it!
post #15 of 22
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so by looking at the graph my boost clock is looking be as 1202 am i correct ?
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so by looking at the graph my boost clock is looking be as 1202 am i correct ?

That's correct. You're at 1202 core/3197 memory. That's very good for 1.150v voltage. Are you sure you're game stable? I can bench @ 1254 with 1.2000v, but only stable in demanding games @ 1215. Your memory overclock though seems to be on low side. Have you tried pushing it?
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That's correct. You're at 1202 core/3197 memory. That's very good for 1.150v voltage. Are you sure you're game stable? I can bench @ 1254 with 1.2000v, but only stable in demanding games @ 1215. Your memory overclock though seems to be on low side. Have you tried pushing it?

Yes absolutely im surprised my self that it is stable, ive been playing BF3 all on high off course for like a hour, no problem no artifact no lag no boot all clean, same with crysis 3 all maxed out online playing for a long time runs great, i do have a Custom Fan profile set tho, without that it prolly would fail...

have not pushed the memory yet, going to try right now let u know how it does
post #18 of 22
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OK JUST HIT THE 3000 lol my goal is reached i might push the mem a little more but gona test it in games first




post #19 of 22
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OK JUST HIT THE 3000 lol my goal is reached i might push the mem a little more but gona test it in games first
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Yes absolutely im surprised my self that it is stable, ive been playing BF3 all on high off course for like a hour, no problem no artifact no lag no boot all clean, same with crysis 3 all maxed out online playing for a long time runs great, i do have a Custom Fan profile set tho, without that it prolly would fail...

have not pushed the memory yet, going to try right now let u know how it does

This really doesn't sound like a solid stability test. Do you own Metro LL, Crysis Warhead and Far Cry?

1. 20 loops of Metro LL benchmark with this settings (don't mind 1440p, do 1080 if that's your native rez):



2. 25 loops of Warhead:



Specifically frost map with 4xAA

3. Play Far Cry 3 maxed out for an hour or so.

If you don't crash during all that, then we're talking. biggrin.gif
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were can i get that program?
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