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post #2241 of 6339
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Originally Posted by ReeG View Post

What do you mean you run the card on idle? Did you mean you run it with default clocks?

I don't think it's a bad overclocker, it's just definitely not great because of these voltage limits. It was the cheapest 760 on the market when I picked it up so I guess you can only expect so much

I was in a hurry and i wrote it fast. I'm not a native english speaker smile.gif
I meant that i run it with stock clock speed because putting 50-60mhz (i don't say that asus cards doesn't OC well i just got a bad card) more isn't much and with the hot weather here i get 76-77C while not OC-ed. (80 to 81C when OC-ed)
I'm using the MSI afterburner 3.0.0 Beta 15 and i can make the voltage to 1.212 no prob and i add 13-15 mhz more to the clock i can get max before it crashes.
Also when i run the card on stock speeds and i add only the voltage the card OC itself a few mhz above the max turbo boost 2.0 can give (1124mhz for this card i think, making it 1132-34mhz with only added voltage) in benchmarks which for me it's strange.
I haven't post any bench scores because i don't have a 1080p screen ;/
Edited by Quetzalcoalt - 10/1/13 at 4:30am
post #2242 of 6339
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Originally Posted by Quetzalcoalt View Post

I was in a hurry and i wrote it fast. I'm not a native english speaker smile.gif
I meant that i run it with stock clock speed because putting 50-60mhz (i don't say that asus cards doesn't OC well i just got a bad card) more isn't much and with the hot weather here i get 76-77C while not OC-ed. (80 to 81C when OC-ed)
I'm using the MSI afterburner 3.0.0 Beta 15 and i can make the voltage to 1.212 no prob and i add 13-15 mhz more to the clock i can get max before it crashes.
Also when i run the card on stock speeds and i add only the voltage the card OC itself a few mhz above the max turbo boost 2.0 can give (1124mhz for this card i think, making it 1132-34mhz with only added voltage) in benchmarks which for me it's strange.
I haven't post any bench scores because i don't have a 1080p screen ;/

Thanks for the tip on the Afterburner Beta. I'm using GPU Tweak and an older version of Afterburner just to monitor, but when I add the +12 in GPU Tweak, it doesn't seem to actually be doing anything according to GPU-Z. I'll try adjusting the voltage in the new Afterburner and see if that gets me above 1.870V.

Also, as a Canadian approaching winter, I'm very jealous of your weather
post #2243 of 6339
wowww i just tried the 331.40 and if anyone here folds swap them with the 327.23 because the hit in PPD is Huge.

GTX760 @ 1250/3206

331.40: 34K PPD
327.23: 81K PPD
post #2244 of 6339
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Originally Posted by [CyGnus] View Post

wowww i just tried the 331.40 and if anyone here folds swap them with the 327.23 because the hit in PPD is Huge.

GTX760 @ 1250/3206

331.40: 34K PPD
327.23: 81K PPD

Ugh I just updated to it for BF4 beta
post #2245 of 6339
I'm so confused as to why I can't get GPU Tweak to actually do 1.212v. I realized I wasn't changing the power target, and once i upped that to 105% (max), it hit 1.212 and i thought "Oh there we go". Then once I restored default and tried to load the +12mv, 105% target profile again, it won't go back to 1.212 again and resumes maxing out at 1.870. What the hell!?

Still haven't tried afterburner beta, but I dont know why I need to if i'm already using ASUS's own tool

EDIT: I FIGURED IT OUT. GPU Tweak has a bug or something where trying to add the +12mv from a profile doesn't apply. You have to manually apply the settings from default then it works. Maybe now i'll be able to hit some higher clocks!
Edited by ReeG - 10/1/13 at 7:21pm
post #2246 of 6339
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Originally Posted by ReeG View Post

I'm so confused as to why I can't get GPU Tweak to actually do 1.212v. I realized I wasn't changing the power target, and once i upped that to 105% (max), it hit 1.212 and i thought "Oh there we go". Then once I restored default and tried to load the +12mv, 105% target profile again, it won't go back to 1.212 again and resumes maxing out at 1.870. What the hell!?

Still haven't tried afterburner beta, but I dont know why I need to if i'm already using ASUS's own tool

EDIT: I FIGURED IT OUT. GPU Tweak has a bug or something where trying to add the +12mv from a profile doesn't apply. You have to manually apply the settings from default then it works. Maybe now i'll be able to hit some higher clocks!

I have seen a few of your posts, and (though I realize it's a typo) it sounds like your card is severely OVERvolted - since you're saying that you're trying to get it running at 1.212v but it keeps defaulting back to 1.870.
post #2247 of 6339
Hey guys, I just got a Gigabyte Windforce X3 Rev 2.0 GTX 760!

I have a few questions though. For some reason, in both OC GURU 2 and MSI Afterburner, My power limit can only be upped to 108%.
Also, even if I overvolt it to 1.212v, put the power limit to 108% and temperature limit to 95c, I cannot go above 1150mhz core and 6208mhz memory. I don't understand why it always crashes trying to go above that.
My temperature maxes out around 79c.
I've seen people reach 1175/7008 on 1.212v.
GPU-Z and MSi kombustor confirm that my card runs at 1.212v, though GPU-z shows that it sometimes dips down (very miniscule fluctuations.)

I've got a Corsair 650TX PSU.
post #2248 of 6339
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Originally Posted by Ashiun View Post

Hey guys, I just got a Gigabyte Windforce X3 Rev 2.0 GTX 760!

I have a few questions though. For some reason, in both OC GURU 2 and MSI Afterburner, My power limit can only be upped to 108%.
Also, even if I overvolt it to 1.212v, put the power limit to 108% and temperature limit to 95c, I cannot go above 1150mhz core and 6208mhz memory. I don't understand why it always crashes trying to go above that.
My temperature maxes out around 79c.
I've seen people reach 1175/7008 on 1.212v.
GPU-Z and MSi kombustor confirm that my card runs at 1.212v, though GPU-z shows that it sometimes dips down (very miniscule fluctuations.)

I've got a Corsair 650TX PSU.

Because that is the limit.
Remember + 0.012mV is almost nothing.
If you want higher clock speed, you need more volts, wich is impossible because Nvidia has hardlocked the voltage at 1.212v max.
If you could make it run faster there would be no need to buy a more expensive card like the gtx770.. i guess thats Nvidia's toughts redface.gif

Also some can set the core clock higher than others, but in the end the final boost clock (in game / benching) are the same.
For instance, one has core at 1140, and one has core at 1170.. they both boost up to 1300mhz for example.

I know it sound crazy but iam not crazy nerdsmiley.png
iam not
Edited by revengeyo - 10/2/13 at 7:44am
post #2249 of 6339
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Originally Posted by revengeyo View Post

Because that is the limit.
Remember + 0.012mV is almost nothing.
If you want higher clock speed, you need more volts, wich is impossible because Nvidia has hardlocked the voltage at 1.212v max.
If you could make it run faster there would be no need to buy a more expensive card like the gtx770.. i guess thats Nvidia's toughts redface.gif

Also some can set the core clock higher than others, but in the end the final boost clock (in game / benching) are the same.
For instance, one has core at 1140, and one has core at 1170.. they both boost up to 1300mhz for example.

I know it sound crazy but iam not crazy nerdsmiley.png
iam not

+ 0.012mV , It is a lot voltage when it come for a Low powered device ( GPU core or CPU core ) with hihg Power usage if you don't know. any 0.01mV is valid. So any fraction of voltage means stability or instability. his GPU amy no go higher because he already reach the limit of it, in this case the + 0.012mV wont' going to make that difference but if you add the same amount of + 0.012mV on top he has a bigger chance to be stable wink.gif


yeah I know you are no crazy tongue.gif
I agree with that.
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post #2250 of 6339
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Originally Posted by revengeyo View Post

Because that is the limit.
Remember + 0.012mV is almost nothing.
If you want higher clock speed, you need more volts, wich is impossible because Nvidia has hardlocked the voltage at 1.212v max.
If you could make it run faster there would be no need to buy a more expensive card like the gtx770.. i guess thats Nvidia's toughts redface.gif

Also some can set the core clock higher than others, but in the end the final boost clock (in game / benching) are the same.
For instance, one has core at 1140, and one has core at 1170.. they both boost up to 1300mhz for example.

I know it sound crazy but iam not crazy nerdsmiley.png
iam not
Actually the GPU Boost 2.0 speeds do go up according to base clock speeds from what I've seen so far. 1140 will boost to something like 1267mhz, whereas 1170 will boost to over 1306mhz, or something like that.

I'm not understanding this "limit" you guys are talking about.
My temperatures are low, my voltage should be enough for higher than 1150/6408 stable, and I should be able to overvolt. What exactly is limiting me?
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