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The results were similar for Fire Strike if you check my numbers, EXCEPT for the combined (physics + GPU) test. I did hit 591W briefly in that test. This is exactly the value I hit when running Prime95 + Furmark (1080p/fs/8xMSAA).
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I also ran Intel Burn Test (AVX enabled) + Furmark at the same time for a bit and the peak power usage at the UPS was 631W. I do run a lot of stuff off my system though (2 HDD's, 3 SSD's, a dozen USB) and this is with an i5 @ 4.5 GHz at 1.350V.
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I also ran Intel Burn Test (AVX enabled) + Furmark at the same time for a bit and the peak power usage at the UPS was 631W. I do run a lot of stuff off my system though (2 HDD's, 3 SSD's, a dozen USB) and this is with an i5 @ 4.5 GHz at 1.350V.

I plan on running my 2500k @ stock as long as it does not bottleneck my 760's (might OC it to 4.2GHz at 1.21V if necessary) and I have 2 HDD's + 1SSD with 2 USB devices so I should be using a bit less then you. And I'm assuming furmark probably uses more power then one would see in normal usage so it looks like I might have ~100W of headroom which sounds excellent.
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Have received my gpu today.
Do you have Superclocked or normal version? How's the cooler, I'm planning to buy two 760 SC blowers for SLI setup. Just waiting for them to appear in stock.
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I plan on running my 2500k @ stock as long as it does not bottleneck my 760's (might OC it to 4.2GHz at 1.21V if necessary) and I have 2 HDD's + 1SSD with 2 USB devices so I should be using a bit less then you. And I'm assuming furmark probably uses more power then one would see in normal usage so it looks like I might have ~100W of headroom which sounds excellent.

Definitely overclock your 2500K, SLI needs way more CPU power than single card for optimal scaling. Obviously some games don't need oc necessarily but in some games like BF3 it will help a lot. 4,4 GHZ should be possible at 1.3v or under. Don't worry about your PSU, Antec TPN is known to be good quality (made by Seasonic). It can handle over 650W if needed.

In games power consumption will be about 450 - 500W. Prime95 and Furmark aren't realistic real world tests.
Edited by Seid Dark - 7/2/13 at 4:28pm
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My results Gigabyte 760 sli at stock clocks. I don't know if it's good or not.

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Have received my gpu today.
What a great VFM guys.
1254/1800Mhz full stable on gaming and benches. Love it. In terms of performance runs like my previous HD7950 vapor x oc/ed 1150/1600.
Valley run Extreme HD (1680x1050 analysis in case you get confused biggrin.gif )


was it worth it "upgrading" from the OC 7950? I have about the same clocks on my 7950 althought if the the 760's can OC just as well, ill be buying two of them for sure.
was thinking about picking up one for now just to bench it on my system vs my OC'd 7950.
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Do you have Superclocked or normal version? How's the cooler, I'm planning to buy two 760 SC blowers for SLI setup. Just waiting for them to appear in stock.
Definitely overclock your 2500K, SLI needs way more CPU power than single card for optimal scaling. Obviously some games don't need oc necessarily but in some games like BF3 it will help a lot. 4,4 GHZ should be possible at 1.3v or under. Don't worry about your PSU, Antec TPN is known to be good quality (made by Seasonic). It can handle over 650W if needed.

In games power consumption will be about 450 - 500W. Prime95 and Furmark aren't realistic real world tests.

Thanks for confirming my psu is good to go, glad I don't have to upgrade it. I can get my 2500k to 4.5GHz at 1.25V so hopefully that should be enough for BF4 with my 760's (that's what I'm mainly getting second 760 for) and it sounds like I'll have enough power to spare for even higher OC's if necessary. Thanks for the info.
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My results Gigabyte 760 sli at stock clocks. I don't know if it's good or not.


Looks good to me, my GTX 760 gets 40.2fps at stock with my 2500k @ 4.4Ghz so your getting 92% higher then mine which seems to be very reasonable scaling for SLI. If you want you could run your 760's at 1140/1765 with 1280/1306 max boost and compare what you get to what NewMaxx got (he got 85.3fps at these settings).
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My results Gigabyte 760 sli at stock clocks. I don't know if it's good or not.


I posted earlier that I get 3150 with stock clocks on the MSI. These clocks are 1020, the Gigabyte I believe starts at 1085, so your gain of 2% or so is in the ballpark. I can hit 3570 with 1140/7050. Actually boost clocks are 1280/1306 at that OC'd speed (as killmassacre suggested).
Edited by NewMaxx - 7/2/13 at 6:11pm
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I can't wait until Thursday when I'll be able to install my 760s and post some benchmarks. They will be paired with my 3770k @ 4.6ghz.

I am hoping for a boost clock of 1300 and a memory of 7000. I have no idea if that is realistic or not.



ALSO we should ask the OP or a mod to change the thread title to the Official 760 club since that is what this has become.
Edited by valkeriefire - 7/2/13 at 7:05pm
 
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Do you have Superclocked or normal version? How's the cooler, I'm planning to buy two 760 SC blowers for SLI setup. Just waiting for them to appear in stock.
SC version. Cooler its fine for blower style, no hot air inside the case, normal noise even at 100% of fan speed and i am trying to be as objective is possible.
In SLI will make double the noise, so it will be bit loud with the fan over 80%. Below its quiet enough.
I did a sound meter test with my phone:
Pc working on idle, 40% fan speed room noise (phone ~50cm from the open pc tower case: 47-48db
With 100% fan 51-52db.
Keep in mind that with stock clocks, fan never exceeds 65-68%.
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was it worth it "upgrading" from the OC 7950? I have about the same clocks on my 7950 althought if the the 760's can OC just as well, ill be buying two of them for sure.
was thinking about picking up one for now just to bench it on my system vs my OC'd 7950.
My HD7950 was a PITA story. Too much noise (vapor-x edition), medium o/cer 1150/1600 MAX while was not 100% game stable and many, many driver issues.
So if you have a good HD7950 dont upgrade. But if you are going to choose between, gtx760 is one way road (even if HD7950 drops at same price).
Edited by melodystyle2003 - 7/3/13 at 2:12am
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