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post #411 of 6349
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Originally Posted by Fullmetalaj0 View Post

I can't wait to get my second card : )
It really is well worth it, especially for 2560x1440.
I was initially looking at a single higher end GPU, but the 760 SLI setup just made so much more financial sense.
post #412 of 6349
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A well airflow case really did help on keeping gpu temps to lower levels.
This one was going up to 83°C with gpu fan @100% on first valley bench.
Now it stays steady @ 75°C after 4 loops of valley bench on max stable clocks!
post #413 of 6349
those SLI scores are really amazing
i'm still trying to break 3300 with mine
stuck at 3297 and it doesnt really look like i can go past +70 on the core clock
the memory is pushed up to +115
and im at 115% power lol

oh well i dont even play games with the overclock on most of the time anyway, its already overkill with the stock superclocked.
post #414 of 6349
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Originally Posted by discoprince View Post

those SLI scores are really amazing
i'm still trying to break 3300 with mine
stuck at 3297 and it doesnt really look like i can go past +70 on the core clock
the memory is pushed up to +115
and im at 115% power lol

oh well i dont even play games with the overclock on most of the time anyway, its already overkill with the stock superclocked.
What are your boost clocks and temps looking like during the bench?
post #415 of 6349
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What are your boost clocks and temps looking like during the bench?

lol nevermind, just bumped up my clocks to like yours and just benched a 3518
gotta get the screenshot up
but as for clocks and temps...
+55 core clock
+545 memory clock
GPU1 sits in around 80c (but it never gets this hot ever during gaming, only benching)
GPU2 sits its in the 60c range
ACX cooled superclocked 760s in a 500R. They stay cool enough thumb.gif

also it seems like your on haswell? im on a oc'd 2500k.

Edited by discoprince - 7/17/13 at 2:06am
post #416 of 6349
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Originally Posted by discoprince View Post

lol nevermind, just bumped up my clocks to like yours and just benched a 3518
gotta get the screenshot up
but as for clocks and temps...
+55 core clock
+545 memory clock
GPU1 sits in around 80c (but it never gets this hot ever during gaming, only benching)
GPU2 sits its in the 60c range
ACX cooled superclocked 760s in a 500R. They stay cool enough thumb.gif

also it seems like your on haswell? im on a oc'd 2500k.
Very nice score! Well done smile.gif
Yeah I'm on a 4670K (4.2 GHz).
Are you using a OSD during your bench to monitor effective clocks? Those are the interesting values to have a look at. Especially for GPU1 to see if it is throttling.
Are you running a custom fan curve? At stock speeds my primary GPU would hit 80C. With a custom fan curve I can keep it below 80C even on the OC.
post #417 of 6349
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Originally Posted by TheV View Post

Very nice score! Well done smile.gif
Yeah I'm on a 4670K (4.2 GHz).
Are you using a OSD during your bench to monitor effective clocks? Those are the interesting values to have a look at. Especially for GPU1 to see if it is throttling.
Are you running a custom fan curve? At stock speeds my primary GPU would hit 80C. With a custom fan curve I can keep it below 80C even on the OC.

using afterburner to monitor clocks, useage, temps etc..
i need to set up a fan profile however, its still stock.

thanks! pic is up!
post #418 of 6349
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Originally Posted by discoprince View Post

using afterburner to monitor clocks, useage, temps etc..
i need to set up a fan profile however, its still stock.

thanks! pic is up!
Just enable the automatic fan control and start out with the default fan curve.
If your GPU fans are ramping to 100% your should see sub 80C on bench load (disclaimer: personal experience).
Edited by TheV - 7/17/13 at 2:26am
post #419 of 6349
Sending my 660ti off for RMA soon (not even had chance to use it, dodgy fan), I've just emailed my contact at EVGA asking if I can get the GTX 760 in return, as the 660ti is 40EUR more than the 760 on their EU store, and online retailers in the UK have a £5~ price difference between the two.

Hopefully they'll be a way and it won't cost too much, if anything. smile.gif
    
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post #420 of 6349
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Originally Posted by SmokinWaffle View Post

Sending my 660ti off for RMA soon (not even had chance to use it, dodgy fan), I've just emailed my contact at EVGA asking if I can get the GTX 760 in return, as the 660ti is 40EUR more than the 760 on their EU store, and online retailers in the UK have a £5~ price difference between the two.

Hopefully they'll be a way and it won't cost too much, if anything. smile.gif
If you haven't had a chance to use it, I'm assuming it is a fairly recent purchase?
Considering there are Step-Up options available for this, I don't see why they would make a problem out of it.
Good luck and keep us posted smile.gif
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