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So where can I find this MSI Afterburner Softmod that allows me to change the voltage from higher than 1.212V?

GPU: Gigabyte Windforce 3X OC GTX 760 REV 2.0
Unfortunately, you can not set voltage above 1.2125V.
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Nooooo. Theres no way to get my graphics card to overvolt past 1.2525v frown.gif
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Nooooo. Theres no way to get my graphics card to overvolt past 1.2525v frown.gif
Unless you have a Hawk or the 4206 voltage controller chip ( AB softmodd ). No extra volts for you redface.gif
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Hi guys, I have a question. I have a Gigabyte GTX 760 OC 2GB. I found my max core overclock using Furmark at 1293MHz (effective), however in Unigine Heaven it's only stable at 1267MHz (effective).

That's fine and all. My question is, I'm hitting about 1975MHz stable on the memory overclock (7900MHz effective). That seems ridiculously high to me!

Is it really safe to run my memory at this high of a frequency? Wouldn't this cause it to draw more power and generate more heat? As you know, there's no temp diode on the memory chips...

I just want to know if this is safe, if such a high frequency really can damage the memory.
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Weird. I didn't even notice my own typo I meant 1.2125v.

Anyway regarding your gigabyte GPU. Is this a revision 1 or revision 2 windforce 3x.

You can tell if its rev 2 if it looks like the cooler is like all the other new gigabyte GPUs all the same. Rev 1 is the cooler that isn't used anymore.

It is most likely that your memory overclock is hindering your core overclock. Did you get your GPU to overvolt to 1.21v yet? That also helps.

My advice is to lower down the memory oc by 100 MHz or more. If you did core overclock first then memory overclock then you've actually found your Max oc.
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Sorry, I should have been more specific. It's a Rev. 2 WF3x. I'm using OC GURU II, it's overvolted to 1.212v, 108% TDP (max). I OC'ed core first and found its maximum stable setting, so I realized what you said in your last sentence is true, lol.

It seems the memory goes that high. I know voltage/heat is what causes damage, but I'm just a little concerned that such a high frequency adjustment could possibly have an effect on the memory chips which have no diode.
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I think the memory only heats up slightly more as the memory voltage is the same (you cannot alter GPU ram voltage)

I have a rev 2.0 as well it does also manage a crazy memory overclock.

Anyway on mine I achieved 1220 MHz core and memory 1775 MHz. Yes it can cause higher power draw with higher memory oc.
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Thank you. I have one more card to do (same model, different identical PC). On this one, my final Unigine Heaven result after 40 minutes looping is GPU +13 Mhz (1267 MHz effective), memory +1750 MHz (7762 MHz effective).
Edited by Fireblast - 4/2/14 at 12:46am
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I have two stable overclocks, could someone tell me which one should I do for best performance: I have two stable max overclocks to choose from:
  • 70 MHz + Core Clock, 300 MHz+ Memory Clock
  • 50 MHz + Core Clock , 545 MHz + Memory Clock
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Hi guys, I have a question. I have a Gigabyte GTX 760 OC 2GB. I found my max core overclock using Furmark at 1293MHz (effective), however in Unigine Heaven it's only stable at 1267MHz (effective).

That's fine and all. My question is, I'm hitting about 1975MHz stable on the memory overclock (7900MHz effective). That seems ridiculously high to me!

Is it really safe to run my memory at this high of a frequency? Wouldn't this cause it to draw more power and generate more heat? As you know, there's no temp diode on the memory chips...

I just want to know if this is safe, if such a high frequency really can damage the memory.


Thats better then mine Asus DCU 2 OC.
Mine GPU will only take 1102 MHz (+30 MHz over stock OC) on boost and DDR can go up to 1750 MHz...although I can run Unigine Heaven with Asus GPU Tweak max on GPU OC, that is 1400+ MHz on GPU...Assassin Creed 4 (game I play) crashes on anything higher then 1102 MHz.
All in all GPU OC is close to none.


P.S.
On higher voltage 1.212v it crashes even on 1102 MHz GPU boost clock, but on stock 1.200v it is stable...I know, pure nonsense but still true???
Edited by Nedooo - 4/2/14 at 8:28am
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