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it is in your case LoooL laugher.gif
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Edited by ABD EL HAMEED - 8/31/13 at 6:53am
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Thanks guys for all the help smile.gif. I think I'm gonna go for the gygabite.

How have been overclocking on them on SLI? How is SLI support on games for this cards?

This will be my first SLI setup. Even my first dual card setups in any form, so I have a lot of question tongue.gif

Also will my 750 watts PSU be enough for this cards plus overclock?

New to SLI?
1st thing that always comes to mind, is that all SLI nubs need to remember to enable SLI in the NC control panel after an nVidia video card driver install or update. They always result in the SLI not being enabled. That is simply the default because for the drivers to be properly installed they can't re-enable SLI by default. u have to do it.

So as a result, ppl/ nubs (i did countless times) will update their drivers and run a test that they use often. And they discover the score(s) are/ is half as good as b4. And say, "OMG! my scores are only half as good as with my older drivers... boo-hoo-hoo."biggrin.gif

So always remember to enable SLI after an nVidia Driver update/ install.thumb.gif

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considering ur PSU (Silverstone Strider Plus 750w) is no ordinary 750w PSU, imo u can presume that it performs as well as many PSU rated 850w. and an 850w is enough to OC the GTX760-SLI. But if any symptoms similar to lack of power occur, u know wat to upgrade, right?wink.gif but i bet u can get away with OCing GTX760-SLI with ur existing PSU.

i just read the whole JonnyGuru dot com Review of it:
Reviews - Silverstone Strider Plus 750W

dag, is that guy a good writer or wat!?biggrin.gif (every time he jokes i'm LOL.)

it's too bad there wasn't a verdict in that review that said ur 750w was identical to the 1,000w version. but it came close.thumb.gif at least all materials were identical. maybe u can ask someone knowledgeable enough or use google and find out wat Silverstone did differently between the Strider Plus 1,000w and the 750w models.smile.gif

GL smile.gif

Edit 1: OMG! i just read the 1st sentence in the 1000w review:
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Welcome once again to another exciting episode of "As the Power Supply Hums." SOURCE
that guy is freaking hilarious!biggrin.gif

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
As The World Turns - Early 80s Opening Theme:

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post #1723 of 6349
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Try a different driver if the issue persists you might have to RMA, hard to say though without further testing.

What type of testing do you recommend?


Did a little benchmarking, this is what the results were: which seem to be a little off imo... but i could very well be wrong.. what do you guys think?




With these settings:


Note: I am running 320.49 drivers

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It was hard but finally broke the 17K wheee.gif

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It was hard but finally broke the 17K wheee.gif

Gigabyte GTX760 OC Rev 2.0 @ 1346/3719 SLI

P17065
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post #1726 of 6349
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What type of testing do you recommend?


Did a little benchmarking, this is what the results were: which seem to be a little off imo... but i could very well be wrong.. what do you guys think?

wow you are close, small world, have you trued different drivers?


With these settings:


Note: I am running 320.49 drivers

and MaDeOfMoNeY: i'm not too far from you.. i live over in fowlerville
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What type of testing do you recommend?


Did a little benchmarking, this is what the results were: which seem to be a little off imo... but i could very well be wrong.. what do you guys think?




With these settings:


Note: I am running 320.49 drivers

and MaDeOfMoNeY: i'm not too far from you.. i live over in fowlerville

You probably haven't reached your peak OC, you have a ways to go. I am sure you can push it more.
    
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Hi there...

Can I join?

Here's mine:




Not in to overclocking, but loving this card even in stock..
post #1729 of 6349
Finally cracked 10k ! lmaosmiley.gif
HOMECINEMA-PC 3930K@5016@2400 Giga 760 OC 1333 / 3855 P10091 wheee.gif

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/7102604
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Finally cracked 10k ! lmaosmiley.gif
HOMECINEMA-PC 3930K@5016@2400 Giga 760 OC 1333 / 3855 P10091 wheee.gif
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/7102604
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CongratZ biggrin.gif now we are even both with 10K single card and 17k SLI thumb.gif(now i have to find a 3rd card) thinking.gif
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