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says who? i have two evga acx cooled 760's and they are more quiet than my twin frozr 3 msi 560ti 448 core ever was. the reason i didnt go msi is because of the "bad" (more like loud) expierence i had with the twin frozr cooler. regarding thermals, TheV who has the msi versions in SLI is reporting temps under 80c with a custom fan profile. i set mine up as well and am now getting under 80c in temps while benching also. also getting similar valley scores.

my brother has a 660ti with a twin frozr 4 and it gets pertty noisy too.

these are my first evga, ive only had msi/sapphire and xfx in the past.

they got super loud during benchmarking before setting up the custom fan profile...thats about it. i also have an air cooled case so its just a noise machine in general anyway, will probably switch to a corsair 550D or Fractal R4 sometime soon just for the extra noise reduction. everything sitting in a 500R atm.

Says pretty much every review out there. The mass of the msi gaming is so ginormous that the fans can spin very slow all the time. It is not comparable with the 600 series twin frozr coolers on noise department.

I owned a asus 670 direct cu 2, regarded as the most silent 670, but I can honestly say this 760 msi gaming I got is way more quiet under load.

I am def not a msi fan boy but I just checked all the 760 reviews and it became clear it was the superior choice so I bought it.

And regarding the temps in SLI, the variable is obviously the case fans.
Edited by Ribozyme - 7/18/13 at 2:12am
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I'm glad to see there's finally an official GTX 760 owners club! Filled the form and thought I might add some benchmarks for comparison:
Valley Extreme HD (stock - single):1682 (Click to show)
Valley Extreme HD (1320/1882 - single):2075 (Nvidia preset: performance) (Click to show)
Valley Custom 1440p (OC - single):1182 (Click to show)
Unigine Heaven 4.0 Ultra 1080p (stock - single):792 (Click to show)
Unigine Heaven 4.0 Ultra 1080p (OC - single):921 (Click to show)
Tomb Raider Ultra 1440p(stock - single): 31.0 fps avg (No screenshot)

Planning on getting a second 760 for SLI next month since the scaling seems to be amazing on these cards.
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Says pretty much every review out there. The mass of the msi gaming is so ginormous that the fans can spin very slow all the time. It is not comparable with the 600 series twin frozr coolers on noise department.

I owned a asus 670 direct cu 2, regarded as the most silent 670, but I can honestly say this 760 msi gaming I got is way more quiet under load.

I am def not a msi fan boy but I just checked all the 760 reviews and it became clear it was the superior choice so I bought it.

And regarding the temps in SLI, the variable is obviously the case fans.

okie doke..

anyways i just downloaded the new beta drivers and ran through valley again.
i was able to pump the mhz up +10 on the coreclock, something i was not able to achieve before and survive 1 pass through valley with a +545 memory overclock.
i got one pass through and achieved this score:



but it crashed on the second pass through..oh well. tongue.gif
also the first time i ran through with the previous settings i received a lower score by 3 points than the last time i ran it through, weird.
Edited by discoprince - 7/18/13 at 9:57pm
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Nice, i am going to test the new betas today and check performance variations!
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I updated to the new beta and it completely destroyed my Tomb Raider performance.
After playing for about an hour I thought I would switch back to the WHQL drivers.
When I left the game I noticed GPU2 had never exceeded 40C.
Apparently I needed to re-enable SLI after updating to beta doh.gif
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The two threads GTX 760 Thread (now available for purchase!) and GTX 760 Club thread have been merged by both consenting OP's melodystyle2003 and lolzcat to be the main staple for GTX 760 owners rather than have two similar threads to serve the same purpose.

I'd like to extend a huge thank you to lolzcat who was very gracious in allowing this merger for the good of 760 owners on OCN and his creating this successful watering hole to converse, share experiences and performance with the other OCN GTX 760 owners. He's served well as OP. He's also graciously allowing melodystyle2003 to take over the reins in keeping the club original page updated with members as they submit their cards.

Moving forward melodystyle2003 will take the reins as committed OP in keeping new members added to the list of owners and I've renamed the page to [Officia] NVIDIA GTX 760 Owners Club.

Thank you both gentlemen for your exemplary voluntary service to OCN 760 owners. applaud.gif

So if your a GTX 760 owner and don't see your name on the OP page as of yet and would like to join these ranks, please submit your cards for entry and welcome aboard. smile.gif
     
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Thanks for the merger Arizonian. Much appreciated. We finally have a place to call our own smile.gif
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That is what i call great forum behavior and respect to its members.

@Arizonian i enjoyed very much our conversation, you are a valuable moderator for sure thumb.gif
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+Rep MelodyStyle. I am glad the threads were merged and we could keep all the previously posted information and benechmarks. biggrin.gif

Goodluck maitaining the thread.
 
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+Rep MelodyStyle. I am glad the threads were merged and we could keep all the previously posted information and benechmarks. biggrin.gif

Goodluck maitaining the thread.

Thanks biggrin.gif
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