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So how is everyone's OC succes with their 760s? I have the 760 msi gaming and it runs out of the factory at 1150 mhz. I overclocked it to 1250 mhz and completed valley benchmark without a problem giving me about 1750 points at the ultra hd preset. 1260 mhz made my card crash though. Did not try OC memory yet.

And shouldn't we change the title of this thread to official owners club?

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Bought a GIgabyte GTX760 WF3 OC for a build i'm doing for a mate.
Was going to go for GTX670 or HD7950 but this is in between in terms of speed and was only €240 new.

I hope it won't dissappoint!

To answer this question, I had an asus direct cu 2 670 before and now a 760 and I must say I do not notice a performance decrease. Noise and temps however are so much better on the 760 even though the asus was one of the best already in that department. And my card doesn't have coil whine in folding at home, which my 670 did had.
Edited by Ribozyme - 7/14/13 at 11:54am
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@ Ribozyme,

That sounds normal. My cards run stock at 1215mhz. I can OC to 1254mhz but anything past that causes a crash. The general consensus is that 1250 is the average OC for a 760.
 
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@Ribozyme and valkeriefire: Are we talking 1250 MHz effective boost?
The reason I ask is because I'm new to Nvidia (first one in years) and certainly new to Boost.
I've noticed when clocking that you set the base clock, in my case currently 1135 MHz.
This indicates a boost clock of 1200 MHz in GPU-Z
Although I'm seeing effective boost clocks of 1254-1267 MHz during load.
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If you run EVGA precision X (and Rivatuner) and set the On SCreen display correctly, it will show your current clock speeds while you game. You can also run HWinfo64 and it will record your speeds. My card stock runs 1215 pretty much non-stop unless it gets up to the temp target of 85C, which is never if I set a custom fan profile. My cards rated boost is 1137mhz but it actually runs at the higher 1215.
 
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If you run EVGA precision X (and Rivatuner) and set the On SCreen display correctly, it will show your current clock speeds while you game. You can also run HWinfo64 and it will record your speeds. My card stock runs 1215 pretty much non-stop unless it gets up to the temp target of 85C, which is never if I set a custom fan profile. My cards rated boost is 1137mhz but it actually runs at the higher 1215.
I'm indeed using the OSD, just from Afterburner instead of Precision. I also make use of HWiNFO64 for easily tracking max stats and also adding some CPU related info to the OSD.
On the subject of the OSD, I'm seeing mem speeds of up to 3504 MHz whilst GPU-Z reports 1752 MHz. I suppose it is just reporting on the same thing differently seeing as 1752 MHz x 2 = 3504 MHz. And I suppose the 3504 MHz the OSD is reporting can be interpreted as an effective 7 GHz (7008 MHz)?
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@Ribozyme and valkeriefire: Are we talking 1250 MHz effective boost?
The reason I ask is because I'm new to Nvidia (first one in years) and certainly new to Boost.
I've noticed when clocking that you set the base clock, in my case currently 1135 MHz.
This indicates a boost clock of 1200 MHz in GPU-Z
Although I'm seeing effective boost clocks of 1254-1267 MHz during load.

I don't really care about base and boost clock names, in my experience with nvidia card, 670 and 760 now the card always gets to a higher clock than specified on the box. The 670 was stock so should have been 980 mhz max but 'boosted' to 1071 mhz stock. I just list the highest clock my card attains during gaming, benching folding whatever and with this msi 760 that is 1150 mhz. I check my clocks with the graphs in Precision X or GPU-z.
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I'm indeed using the OSD, just from Afterburner instead of Precision. I also make use of HWiNFO64 for easily tracking max stats and also adding some CPU related info to the OSD.
On the subject of the OSD, I'm seeing mem speeds of up to 3504 MHz whilst GPU-Z reports 1752 MHz. I suppose it is just reporting on the same thing differently seeing as 1752 MHz x 2 = 3504 MHz. And I suppose the 3504 MHz the OSD is reporting can be interpreted as an effective 7 GHz (7008 MHz)?

That sounds correct. Many of the programs report the memory in odd ways that make sense technically (for example RAM is reported as 800mhz but since it is DDR it is actually 1600). It sounds like your memory is running at 7000mhz, you are overclocking it I assume.
 
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I don't really care about base and boost clock names, in my experience with nvidia card, 670 and 760 now the card always gets to a higher clock than specified on the box. The 670 was stock so should have been 980 mhz max but 'boosted' to 1071 mhz stock. I just list the highest clock my card attains during gaming, benching folding whatever and with this msi 760 that is 1150 mhz. I check my clocks with the graphs in Precision X or GPU-z.
Indeed it makes sense that the effective clock (during gaming, bench or load) is the value to be concerned about.
I'm quite new here, so I'm likely to ask these questions, just to make sure we are all on the same page smile.gif
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That sounds correct. Many of the programs report the memory in odd ways that make sense technically (for example RAM is reported as 800mhz but since it is DDR it is actually 1600). It sounds like your memory is running at 7000mhz, you are overclocking it I assume.
I was thinking it had to be something like 800 vs 1600 on RAM.
I am indeed overclocking the memory on these cards from stock 6 GHz to 7 GHz.
So far it seems to be running smoothly. Both Valley and Heaven don't seem to have any problems with it at least.
Edited by TheV - 7/14/13 at 1:04pm
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I am indeed overclocking the memory on these cards from stock 6 GHz to 7 GHz.
So far it seems to be running smoothly. Both Valley and Heaven don't seem to have any problems with it at least.

VERY impressive speeds. You should post your Valley scores at stock clocks and overclocked. If you can take screen shots with your OSD showing your speeds it would be awesome.
 
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VERY impressive speeds. You should post your Valley scores at stock clocks and overclocked. If you can take screen shots with your OSD showing your speeds it would be awesome.
No problem, as requested:
GPU-Z showing both stock and OC clocks:

Valley Extreme HD (stock - SLI): 3065

Valley Extreme HD (OC - SLI): 3411

Edited by TheV - 7/14/13 at 10:51pm
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