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Man this is weird my asus gtx 760 starts randomly underperforming while overcloacked it is fine for some time then all of a suden
framerate starts droping both in games and valey though it dosnt chrashes whats even more weird is that when i reset to stock
still the same thing hapens until i rebbot my pc questionmark.gif this started hapening couple of days ago i even tried reinstaling windows
You should check for viruses. You may be infected by some bitcoin/litecoin/any other coin miner that is using your GPU cycles to make money.
If not the GPU, then it might be a CPU miner. Or any other virus.
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Hey guys, I've got the 760 Hawk from MSI and I'm surprised by the low maximum stable core clock.
Unigine Heaven won't run stable with a core clock higher than 1241MHz. I've already added the extra 12mV with EVGA Precision and the ASIC quality is 68.2%. Looks like I didn't have much luck with this card.

Which of the 2 BIOS' should I use? STD or LN2? I've noticed a huge score decrease in Unigine Valley (from 1875 to 1348) after switching back and forth between them... Any ideas? The other benchmarks seem to run okay (1118pts in Unigine Heaven and 6000pts in Fire Strike). I've already tried reinstalling Valley without any success.

I've also read that it should be possible to give this card more voltage than 1.212V, but how?

Thanks in advance

Use the LN2 Bios or try my custom bios from Skyn3t. You will need to use the AB hacks to increase voltage past 1250mv. SPLN2Hawk760-A-1.zip 57k .zip file
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Use the LN2 Bios or try my custom bios from Skyn3t. You will need to use the AB hacks to increase voltage past 1250mv. SPLN2Hawk760-A-1.zip 57k .zip file

Thanks for the suggestion. What's the difference between stock (Hawk) BIOS and the Skyn3t version?
What I didn't like about the AB voltage softmod was the fact that the voltage didn't drop automatically anymore, resulting in constant 1.25V and correspondnt temperatures/noise in idle.
Also the Vdroop was annoying (the LLC tool didn't work, neither in beta 16 nor 18).

I've tested some core clocks up to 1330MHz and ~1.26V and basically found out that Valley can be run even with highly unstable clocks. If you want to run Heaven you need to drastically reduce your oc.

My 24/7 settings are now 1267MHz/7204MHz/1.212V, which is not great, but fine.

Since I was speaking about stability, what's the highest known GTX 760 Heaven run?
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Thanks for the suggestion. What's the difference between stock (Hawk) BIOS and the Skyn3t version?
What I didn't like about the AB voltage softmod was the fact that the voltage didn't drop automatically anymore, resulting in constant 1.25V and correspondnt temperatures/noise in idle.
Also the Vdroop was annoying (the LLC tool didn't work, neither in beta 16 nor 18).

I've tested some core clocks up to 1330MHz and ~1.26V and basically found out that Valley can be run even with highly unstable clocks. If you want to run Heaven you need to drastically reduce your oc.

My 24/7 settings are now 1267MHz/7204MHz/1.212V, which is not great, but fine.

Since I was speaking about stability, what's the highest known GTX 760 Heaven run?

I'm not sure but the highest Valley run is my own with 1483 core.

The skyn3t bios disables boost clock and up power limits
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Will the msi ab voltmod work in reference card with reference bios?
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Will the msi ab voltmod work in reference card with reference bios?

AB hack will only work with cards with supported voltage regulators.
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Man this is weird my asus gtx 760 starts randomly underperforming while overcloacked it is fine for some time then all of a suden
framerate starts droping both in games and valey though it dosnt chrashes whats even more weird is that when i reset to stock
still the same thing hapens until i rebbot my pc questionmark.gif this started hapening couple of days ago i even tried reinstaling windows
Ummm tried lowering your overclock ? doh.gif

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You should check for viruses. You may be infected by some bitcoin/litecoin/any other coin miner that is using your GPU cycles to make money.
If not the GPU, then it might be a CPU miner. Or any other virus.
Pffffft Seriously man lachen.gif

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Use the LN2 Bios or try my custom bios from Skyn3t. You will need to use the AB hacks to increase voltage past 1250mv. SPLN2Hawk760-A-1.zip 57k .zip file
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I'm not sure but the highest Valley run is my own with 1483 core.

The skyn3t bios disables boost clock and up power limits
Oooohhhh Looks like im gonna do sum hack 'n' flash

1483 Holy overvolted hawk Batman competitivesmiley.png

So if i can pull 1411@4004@1.35v with stock bios ......... drool.gif
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No but i did nuke a psu and mobo.

Gotta go work time thumb.gif

How did you do that?
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Is LLC working with your Hawks? Or maybe AB 3 beta 18 voltage control/monitoring? Maybe I've done something wrong, but I couldn't get beta 18 to control/read out the core voltage with the MSI Enhanced option enabled.
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How did you do that?
Leak on psu ..... damn you murphy . Its all good RMA'd the R4F got psu on same day it went supanova , Got the $ to go either RIVE or RIVE BE . BE still not yet in stock and put deposit on RIVE cause i could only find 2 at one of the 4 shops i frequent in brissy for $ 510 AU . $150Au less than RIVE BE thats still not available here yet

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Is LLC working with your Hawks? Or maybe AB 3 beta 18 voltage control/monitoring? Maybe I've done something wrong, but I couldn't get beta 18 to control/read out the core voltage with the MSI Enhanced option enabled.
Thats why i suggseted AB 300.16 and forgot to mnention thats not workin on mine either. Sorry bro
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