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I just went in and ditched the stock cooler for my msi tf 4gb. Went for a universal vga cooler and saw the temps plummet to 50+ while playing crysis 3. Seriously though I would prefer to have a full cover block.

I could fry an egg on the back plate if not for the massive 200mm fan blowing directly on the cards.

I'm thinking to go full ghetto and get some old school heat sinks for the rams and vrm. They are currently on the stock heat spreader.

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Hi anyone got modded bios for N760 TF 2GD5/OC please ?
this is my score : http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/7908521
if i find better bios I can do more scores
Edited by msigtx760tf4 - 3/8/14 at 12:54pm
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Played arround with my card and made myself a bios tonight, Here is my result!
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Played arround with my card and made myself a bios tonight, Here is my result!

Interesting. Got any benchmarks?
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Finally I got around to water cooling my desktop. Here are some pics with temps while running F@H on full load.

CPU 4770K was delidded, lapped, CLP on die and MX4 on water block OC to 4.5Ghz GPU blocks are the EK Universal GPU Block bridge edition. the SLI block is a parallel link as it is the only type suitable. Currently I'm using the stock heat spreader by MSI to cool the VRMs and RAM chips.

Pardon the ghetto look of the rad cos my case was too small for it.







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Ok read through 300 pages over the past few days and i'm brain dead on this lol I can't get the voltages to get up past 1.17. I've used GPU-Z and KBT to tweak the voltages to 1.25 etc, and still in OC Guru 2 i can get the voltage to 1.225 -1.25 but on GPU-Z i can't get it above 1.17. clock max is 1306.5 and anything higher causes a crash. Anyone have any ideas?

Gigabyte GTX 760 2BG OC edition Rev. 2
That's because giga wont do any more than 1.212v max . So I would use MSI Afterburner and on the general settings page tick the boxes You should get 1.2v on stock bios and the extra volts with AB if your card can

Giga has 3 different voltage specs for the same card

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Well im pretty bummed. I finally got my Water all set up and i went and fried a card putting it together, im not sure how but i couldnt even get a POST after it was all put together. sure enough it was my 2nd card. so numbers are delayed for sli but I can tell you with a single 760 I can get +87 over boost clock on the core, stable with no hangs in valley and +300 on the mem... The card acts like it could do so much more on the memory, like +300 ain't no thing. Score on extreme hd 1080p was 1800 on the dot. After 3 passes I never saw temps higher than 38c with the Alphacool blocks, whereas with the ACX coolers not clocked I was seeing temps up to 75c and even 80c in battlefield if my heater was on (raising the ambient temp for a short while). Anywho EVGA cross shipped my new card today, UPS says it'll be here Monday so hopefully I'll have some sli numbers and pics when it's all said and done.
How did you do that ? Run the pump backwards or something ?
Sorry that happened to you frown.gif
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HOMECINEMA-PC --> is there any moded bios for N760 TF 2GD5/OC ??
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HOMECINEMA-PC --> is there any moded bios for N760 TF 2GD5/OC ??
I would think so but don't think a bios flash will give you more vcore
I use stock bios on my Gigas and on my Hawks and get 1411@4004@1.35v with AB softmod smile.gif
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That's because giga wont do any more than 1.212v max . So I would use MSI Afterburner and on the general settings page tick the boxes You should get 1.2v on stock bios and the extra volts with AB if your card can

Giga has 3 different voltage specs for the same card
How did you do that ? Run the pump backwards or something ?
Sorry that happened to you frown.gif

No, I think my fingers zapped something while installing the block/backplate or trying to remove the excess thermal paste EVGA DUMPED on the gpu...
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HOMECINEMA-PC --> is there any moded bios for N760 TF 2GD5/OC ??

There is a modded vBIOS for it, but you should be specific about what modification you're looking for in the vBIOS....For example, if you're looking for a voltage mod for these cards, you might as well stop looking because you and I are both hardware limited, so no amount of soft-modding is going to get you above 1.212v (in case you haven't noticed by now, I have the card in question - actually 2 of them wink.gif )....The main changes that I've seen in the modded vBIOS for this card is the disabling of the Boost feature....
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