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is oc'ing the 760 the same for EVERY 760?

like i have the gtx 760 hawk by MSI, is the ocing on that different then the method used in the original post?
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I've got the 760 GTX for now, for the mean time it will have to make due for my BF4 playing. I can't max out all settings. I can do Ultra for everything, but the resolution bar will have to stay at 100% for now, game still looks fine, but it bugs me I can't slide everything to the right.

Is it worth my time/effort to try to OC this card to the max? Meaning will I even notice a diff in BF4 compared to now? When looking at MSI afterburner the 760 GTX shoots way up to 99-100% usage when playing with the default clock settings. CPU (i5 4670k) stays low for usage

***Playing at 1080p***
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Overclocking net you a few fps more possible, in the ranges of 4-5 fps maximum if you can put a good overclock. It depends what you want to pull out of it. The only real way to know is if you try it for yourself, compare your fps with stock clocks and then overclock is as much as possible with the guide on page 1 and see the difference. If this improvement is worth it for you, go for it.

It won't be some kind of super improvement that will enable you to get the slider to 200% without fps drops though.
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Thanks, but are you sure it'll work for this card? I'm fairly certain that's for the reference card. Mine's the OC model.

I'm not sure about that... But have you asked from Aquatuning's or EK's customer service about compatibility? That could help you. EK also has a compatibility list in their website, so check that out. I've got exactly the same card, and I've been thinking about trying to fit 670 card's backplate in it, 'cause we have two of those and according to EK they should fit in 760 card also.

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is oc'ing the 760 the same for EVERY 760?

like i have the gtx 760 hawk by MSI, is the ocing on that different then the method used in the original post?

You can use the OC guide on the first page, it will work on every single 760. But you can have more clocks to your card than for regular 760, by unlocking your voltages. After you have found your cards last steady point, you can raise your voltages and give your card some more clocks. Regular 760 can only take +12mV, I can't remember how high Hawk's can voltages go after unlocking them. But be careful not to burn up your card with too much voltages! You can ask more info about OC'ing Hawk's with unlocked voltages from HOMECINEMA-PC, he's a pro with those smile.gif
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I'm not sure about that... But have you asked from Aquatuning's or EK's customer service about compatibility? That could help you. EK also has a compatibility list in their website, so check that out. I've got exactly the same card, and I've been thinking about trying to fit 670 card's backplate in it, 'cause we have two of those and according to EK they should fit in 760 card also.
You can use the OC guide on the first page, it will work on every single 760. But you can have more clocks to your card than for regular 760, by unlocking your voltages. After you have found your cards last steady point, you can raise your voltages and give your card some more clocks. Regular 760 can only take +12mV, I can't remember how high Hawk's can voltages go after unlocking them. But be careful not to burn up your card with too much voltages! You can ask more info about OC'ing Hawk's with unlocked voltages from HOMECINEMA-PC, he's a pro with those smile.gif
AB soft mod = 1.3v and add zawarudo AB hack tool = 1.3v +++ for Hawk thumb.gif
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I'm not sure about that... But have you asked from Aquatuning's or EK's customer service about compatibility? That could help you. EK also has a compatibility list in their website, so check that out. I've got exactly the same card, and I've been thinking about trying to fit 670 card's backplate in it, 'cause we have two of those and according to EK they should fit in 760 card also.

This is the best I could find...
http://www.coldzero.eu/forum/archive/index.php/t-4056.html?s=d1b46ed5fefa656fbb4fca5994cadea0
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I'm not sure about that... But have you asked from Aquatuning's or EK's customer service about compatibility? That could help you. EK also has a compatibility list in their website, so check that out. I've got exactly the same card, and I've been thinking about trying to fit 670 card's backplate in it, 'cause we have two of those and according to EK they should fit in 760 card also.
You can use the OC guide on the first page, it will work on every single 760. But you can have more clocks to your card than for regular 760, by unlocking your voltages. After you have found your cards last steady point, you can raise your voltages and give your card some more clocks. Regular 760 can only take +12mV, I can't remember how high Hawk's can voltages go after unlocking them. But be careful not to burn up your card with too much voltages! You can ask more info about OC'ing Hawk's with unlocked voltages from HOMECINEMA-PC, he's a pro with those smile.gif

I've tested over 1.45v on my hawk with the AB mod.
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I've tested over 1.45v on my hawk with the AB mod.

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AB soft mod = 1.3v and add zawarudo AB hack tool = 1.3v +++ for Hawk thumb.gif

What clocks did those voltages net you two and how much of a performance increase, benchmarking and gaming performance if you dont mind me asking?
Oh and what are the chances of you igniting your card on fire (not litterally, temps really) and does playing with the voltages like that void MSI warranty? I'm not too sure but I think MSI had a decent warranty/rma procedure if your card ascends to hardware heaven, just wanted to make sure tongue.gif
Edited by TopicClocker - 3/20/14 at 9:18am
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http://www.tomshardware.com/news/arctic-accelero-xtreme-hybrid-turbo,26349.html


I emailed arctic about the new TwinTurbo III and they said it should be compatible with the gtx 760 but also sent me a height restriction pdf. Awesome response. I'll post the pdf file, what do you guys think?



http://www.scribd.com/doc/213569241/Accelero-Twin-Turbo-III-Height-Restriction-Drawing
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Got a good deal on a 4gb gigabyte 760 but coming up short finding a block anyone in the same boat or would like to provide me some details where to get one

Thanks
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