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Already tried it. Not possible. Not even Afterburner unofficial route. Aware me.

At bar. Will post how to do it tomorrow
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np.

wats it take to get close to 80c?

can u post ur specs in ur sig?

i'm sure ur aware that the top card gets hotter. so, is the card with 83.7% ASIC on top? or is the card with 76.3% on the top?

i have a theory that the card with a lower ASIC, should be on top.smile.gif

by chance, when i had my EVGA 760 4gb FTW-SLI, the card with a lower ASIC was on top. and by chance, when i got my Gigabyte i also placed the card with a lower ASIC on top.

but, the problem i had with the EVGA 760 4gb-SLI, was that the top card got stinking HOT HOT HOT!!! even if i played satirical solitaire for two minuets.wink.gif

As a result, the top card's fan always blew faster. (i use a curved fan profile, rather that running both 100%.) and the lower card got cooler but still sent heat up to the top card. it SUKED even just @Stock. let alone, when i tried to OC. top card was always more than 15c hotter. mad.gif

So i went with the Gigabyte 4gb-SLI. because on this thread, it has been an awesome OCer.smile.gif

and @stock i only reach low sixties.biggrin.gif

and with the card with a lower ASIC on top, both cards compliment each other perfectly!biggrin.gif

see, with a curved fan profile (rather that running both 100%) and the simple fact that the lower card runs 52Mhz faster @stock (as a result of having a higher ASIC), the lower card stays around 1c warmer when starting out. And as a result the fans are always running between just as fast as the top card's fans run or a fraction faster. And all six combined fans run in unison.biggrin.gif (eventually the top card gets 1,2 or 3c warmer than the lower card.)

The entire PC benefits! And with an HAF-X case everything is so much cooler now with these Gigabyte cards! for example my south bridge is 15c to17c cooler! (the rear fan on the top card is better than having a dedicated South Bridge Fan !thumb.gif) My CPU is 10c cooler!biggrin.gif

and i just noticed today something crazy! guess wat?

Both EVGA AND MSI are going with three fan setups on their latest 770 and 780!biggrin.gif

i'm NOT surprised!smile.gif

i almost forgot. if u have a lower PCI-E slot that u can use; deffinately use it. because last year i tested the difference between 16x by 16x versus 8x by 8x PCI-E. And the difference is less than 1%!smile.gif but the benefits from lower temps, are massive!

so if u can take advantage of having ur two cards an extra one, two or three slots further apart, DO IT!thumb.gif u'll never see a difference in performance. but u will see much much better temps.

and be sure to focus on OCing ur card's Memory because ur benchmarks will be much more effected/ improved by OCing the vRAM than the GPU.

got to go.

GL!smile.gif
I posted my specs. I actually have the higher ASIC card on top for the sole reason that when the cards boost themselves the top card(83.7%) runs at 1320 mhz where as the other card seems to only boost to 1293.(Originally the lower ASIC card was on top just because thats how I installed it but I swapped them with the reasoning that the top card would have a harder work load? maybe im wrong) Nothing really gets my cards hot even tho my Mobo only had 2 slots that run at pcie 3.0 8x8x as I have a full tower with side fans along with a fan controller to really crank the fans up during bench sessions. My cards stay Sub 80 Celsius even in all day Valley sessions even with stock fan profiles. I think I have hit my overclocking limit at +75 + 850 as anything more seems to bring some instability. So what is your score for Valley? Also what is your ASIC and max stable clock? Also did i read correctly that you also went with EVGA 4gb and returned them in favor of the Gigbaytes? thats pretty strange as it is exactly what I did! coolsmiley02.gif
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Hmm I actually bought the giga cards cause it looked amazing just look at the black and gold sexiness tongue.gif
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I posted my specs. I actually have the higher ASIC card on top for the sole reason that when the cards boost themselves the top card(83.7%) runs at 1320 mhz where as the other card seems to only boost to 1293.(Originally the lower ASIC card was on top just because thats how I installed it but I swapped them with the reasoning that the top card would have a harder work load? maybe im wrong) Nothing really gets my cards hot even tho my Mobo only had 2 slots that run at pcie 3.0 8x8x as I have a full tower with side fans along with a fan controller to really crank the fans up during bench sessions. My cards stay Sub 80 Celsius even in all day Valley sessions even with stock fan profiles. I think I have hit my overclocking limit at +75 + 850 as anything more seems to bring some instability. So what is your score for Valley? Also what is your ASIC and max stable clock? Also did i read correctly that you also went with EVGA 4gb and returned them in favor of the Gigbaytes? thats pretty strange as it is exactly what I did! coolsmiley02.gif

1. yep, swap them back so the Top card is the lower ASIC.

2. our ASIC are close. u have: 83.7% and 76.3%. i have: 82.5% and 67.7%.

3. if ur using stock fan speeds switch to using:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

the six fans all moving fast will help cool ur whole case when the Video cards are warm and hot.smile.gif

4. ur motherboard spacing is fine. at least there's the distance of one full slot between ur cards. i got lucky and have two slots between my cards. But u having the three fans blowing from the top card down on the lower card should be fine with one slot spacing and maybe as good as with two slot spacing if not better. That is, if, u swap the cards AND customize the fan speeds like above. Remember, in Afterburner, (and EVGA Precision) the Reset button to the right of Profile(s) will disable custom fan speeds. So Profile 1 should be Stock with Fan Control Enabled. And just never click on Reset. Use Profile 1 to Reset.

i just OCed these Gigabyte 760 4GB puppies for the first time 2nite.thumb.gif for these past two weeks after first getting the cards, i've been running @stock with the exception of the fan speeds like above. i wanted to be absolutely sure they were aok. and with the above fans speeds and everything else @stock, i never ever went over 63c on Valley or anything but FurMark. even FurMark wouldn't top 66c while @stock.

i reached 1293 and 1346 boost 2nite. only got as far as +104c +650. But very very very stable.smile.gif Most important of all is max temps only reached 66c on top and 65c on lower card. i should have kept working on the GPU clock before the memory, but i wanted to beat my EVGA cards best Valley score of 3418. i got as far as 3532 thumb.gif in Valley with these Gigabyte puppies before calling it a night. And the max temps were like i said, just 66c and 65c.biggrin.gif

3532 Valley: (+104 +650 326.19 drivers) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

u have voltage @+12 and Power Limit(%) @102 or else u wouldn't have made it to +75 let alone +850. Or did u?wink.gif

Enjoy playing games!

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Already tried it. Not possible. Not even Afterburner unofficial route. Aware me.

I never said anything about it being an official way. biggrin.gif



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I never said anything about it being an official way. biggrin.gif



http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=370201

TY! Stay Puft! TY!
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Stay Puft!!! boom boom boom! Stay Puft!!! boom boom boom! Stay Puft!!! boom boom boom!

u da man!

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Hello everyone, I have a question .... a few days ago I bought HAVK 760, but power limit is locked even with LN2 bios .... I have tried all possible versions afterburner,but power limit stays on 111% instead of 185%....any help how to unlock AB power limit to 185%

Thanks!
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Hello everyone, I have a question .... a few days ago I bought HAVK 760, but power limit is locked even with LN2 bios .... I have tried all possible versions afterburner,but power limit stays on 111% instead of 185%....any help how to unlock AB power limit to 185%

Thanks!

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Well guys, can't believe I've just made an account here... As sad as that is, I've been overclocking hardware since the 386/486 pre-Pentium days in the 1980's, back when we used to overclock the mobos with physical jumpers... lol. Good times. I just never post anything, just always reading your guys stuff here.

Anyway, just wanted to post a screen shot of my brand new MSI GTX 760 OC Twin Frozer 4 2GB card that I received 2 days ago. Spent a bit of time overclocking her, and check out my score! LOL, can't believe this $250 destroys a GTX 680!!! Seriously bang per buck here. The memory on my card overclocks INSANELY high. I'm at 7,808MHz and can keep going as I haven't topped it out yet. Crazy stuff!!! That's an extra 1,808MHz VRAM OC! ASIC = 67.5%.

My card seems to have the VCore locked down, but maybe it's just the version of MSI Afterburner I'm using. If I could get it unlocked, I could get that extra 12mV and easily push past 1260MHz I bet.

My favorite part about this MSI Card is that it is so ridiculous cool!!! My ambient is a warm 22*C or so, and my card on 100% usage in benchmarks doesn't even break 57-59*C maxed out!!! This MSI cooler is amazing! Even if I crank it to 100% you can barely hear it as I run a quiet water cooled rig. I was going to go with the Gigabyte model, but after seeing this MSI cooler & overclock, man I'm glad I went MSI this time around! Couldn't be happier! smile.gif

49.2FPS, 2058pts. w/ my CPU @ it's everyday power saving OC of 4.6GHz on water on my old i2500k.


Some of the other SS's are before I finished upping values. 320.49 drivers, but I haven't tried any newer ones yet. Love that the MSI cards allow you to push the power limit to 145%! Anyway, back to work as I'm gonna go break 50FPS in Valley like a couple others here have done. If only I could unlock the voltage control, I could break it with ease... 49.2FPS and counting...





Final_3D2011_GTX760OC_Overclocked_Stable_9028pts.png
IT'S OVER 9000!!!! LOL, I had to. tongue.gif
Edited by Eganwp - 9/7/13 at 4:33pm
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Okay got Valley running again rolleyes.gif
Thought I could better my Valley SLI score thumb.gif

!st attempt
HOMECINEMA-PC 3930k@5016@2400 Giga 760 OC 1333 / 1320 mem 3655


2nd Attempt
1333 / 1320 mem 3677
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That's all she wrote ... LoooL
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