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If it is ELPIDA it wont OC good...
On 7000 MHz it is unstable.



Wow your lucky 1140 on the core most of us with asus cards didnt do so well mine only goes 64 on the core without chrashing in assassins creed 4
my sample also has hynix memory and it only does 1689 mhz. if i set it higher it still dont chrashes but the card starts underperforming after some time
at least themps are good

Btw people how much does exactly 760 throthles after 70 C?
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Wow your lucky 1140 on the core most of us with asus cards didnt do so well mine only goes 64 on the core without chrashing in assassins creed 4
my sample also has hynix memory and it only does 1689 mhz. if i set it higher it still dont chrashes but the card starts underperforming after some time
at least themps are good

Btw people how much does exactly 760 throthles after 70 C?

Thanks, but I tought I had poor OC.
In fact I left Assassin Creed 4 on and went out for 4-5 hours and eventually it crashed so now it is like this (attachment), and can run 24/7 smile.gif
Thothling is like (OC from attachment) in range from 1188 MHz to 1241 MHz in steps of cca 13 MHz...


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Originally Posted by Nedooo View Post

If it is ELPIDA it wont OC good...
On 7000 MHz it is unstable.



I see. Both my Gigabyte cards have Hynix which OCs very high. They are GK104 A2.
Edited by Fireblast - 4/4/14 at 7:13pm
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Yeah memory overclocks on the gigabyte gtx 760s are pretty high.
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Edit: Nvm, apparently rebooting fixed the issue. Drivers must have recovered improperly somewhere along the way.
Edited by Fireblast - 4/5/14 at 8:45am
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Maybe someone can enlighten me on this. As I said before, I have two identical PCs here (Core i5-4670Ks) each with one Gigabyte GTX 760 2GB OC Rev2. GPU-Z also reports that they are identical, aside from the following:

Card 1: ASIC 82.7%, max core overclock +13 MHz, max memory overclock +1800 MHz (50 MHz below minimal artifacting).

Card 2: ASIC 92.6%, max core overclock +91 MHz, max memory overclock +1150 MHz (just below throttling due to Pwr).

With both cards running the same everything (stock speeds/latest driver/stock settings), in Unigine Heaven, card 1 gets about 900 points. Card 2 gets 1200. There isn't much difference between minimum framerates, but card 2's max framerate is much higher (and the average framerate is also higher because of it). What's going on?
That's cause of your cards ASIC of 92.6% is allowing it extra 13MHz or so when boosting thumb.gif
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Whats this ?
if only AMD could........ mad.gif
How are you Abd El ? All is well at home ?
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Whats this ?
if only AMD could........ mad.gif
How are you Abd El ? All is well at home ?

AMD has mantle -_-,and ya everything is well home...well...kinda.....few explosions in Cairo Uni and protests in my college :/
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