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Is this a good OC for reference EVGA GTX 780?

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I just got back from an 11 day business trip to have this new 780 waiting for me! I'm really happy w it so far and tried a ill OC at stock voltage last night.

I have fully tested stability, but it did pass heaven bench and bioshock infinite bench a few times, you guys think this is above average, normal, or wow?

Max clock on core: 1176mhz (didn't try any higher, was really late last night)
Mem clock: 7000mhz

Running 2300 cores at 1176mhz nets a large performance increase that's for sure.
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I think you can push it more if you unlock it redface.gif
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Mine is maxed at 1189 which is a +83 offset. Any higher and it crashes even with voltage at 1.187. My memory is at 3550 or +550 offset. Some get well over 1200mhz gpu clock but mine aint one of them. Maybe with modded bios to bump the voltage to 1.2 but I do not see the point right now. The card runs BF3 maxed at well over 80 fps just fine and CRY3 can be run on very high settings with 60+fps but not on the most demanding AA settings, only on SMAAx1 I think it is. Cant remember right now which it is.
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Mine only clock to around 1150 max and even then I'm not 100% sure they're stable yet. Anything past 1100 is already pretty solid imo.
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Mine only clock to around 1150 max and even then I'm not 100% sure they're stable yet. Anything past 1100 is already pretty solid imo.

ya mine is pretty stable at 1189 but not at 1440p. I have not found a stable clock at that res yet. I don't game on that monitor much though.
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Mine is maxed at 1189 which is a +83 offset. Any higher and it crashes even with voltage at 1.187. My memory is at 3550 or +550 offset. Some get well over 1200mhz gpu clock but mine aint one of them. Maybe with modded bios to bump the voltage to 1.2 but I do not see the point right now. The card runs BF3 maxed at well over 80 fps just fine and CRY3 can be run on very high settings with 60+fps but not on the most demanding AA settings, only on SMAAx1 I think it is. Cant remember right now which it is.

Interesting. I got 1176 with +100 offset. Mine is the superclocked ref design with 941 base clock I think

I'm having great fun w crysis 3 downsampled from 1728p smile.gif
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Interesting. I got 1176 with +100 offset. Mine is the superclocked ref design with 941 base clock I think

I'm having great fun w crysis 3 downsampled from 1728p smile.gif

Ya that is why it took +100 to get there. Mine is the ACX so it is 967 base clock. It does still get major behind at stock with the boost clock of 1071 even in Crysis 3.
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