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Yeah its a bummer on my cards. It's not easy to miss on my cards, half the shroud on each card looks like baby oil was rubbed on it. I'll take a picture later tonight so you guys can see it. From what I understand the back of the seal on the fans will fail or crack and let some of the bearing grease out of the fans
post #5032 of 6349
My gtx 760 fan started making a clunking sound when at 100% do I need to rma?

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post #5033 of 6349
can we do quad sli on gtx 760 ..

need some help in this regard pls .
post #5034 of 6349
I picked up an EVGA SC ACX at Best Buy last night. I feel like the idle temps are pretty high. Granted I'm using 3 monitors, but I seem to idle around 43C in a 22C room. The card is downclocking to 2D clocks when it's idle. Is this normal or what? I'm thinking of redoing the thermal paste.
post #5035 of 6349
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can we do quad sli on gtx 760 ..

need some help in this regard pls .

Well you can do Tri-SLI with them so I suppose you could.
post #5036 of 6349
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can we do quad sli on gtx 760 ..
need some help in this regard pls .
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Originally Posted by mam72 View Post

Well you can do Tri-SLI with them so I suppose you could.
The only quad sli 760 that's possible is a 760 mars and two 760's or two mars which is quad sli or you could do this .........
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post #5037 of 6349
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The only quad sli 760 that's possible is a 760 mars and two 760's or two mars which is quad sli or you could do this .........
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O god this is hilarious.
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post #5038 of 6349
stickg1 I took the thermal stock paste off and put ic diamond 7 carat paste on it now, my evga acx SC stays at 31 c at idle and only gets up 2 58c running bf4 for 3 hours
post #5039 of 6349
quad sli is having 2 chips on 1 card but ive heard the 760 is 4way sli capable
post #5040 of 6349
What differs the GTX 760 rev1 from the GTX 680 rev1 more then the obvious?

GTX 680: 128TMUs 1500~ shaders.
GTX 760: 96TMUs 1100~ shares.

Ofc clockspeeds too.

Maybe this question has been answered before but my shots at googleing this didn't give me any results.

I'm thinking if Gigabyte might have missed to lock the last clusters of the GTX 760 and making it possible to Unlock the last shaders by putting on a GTX 680 bios since the PCB of the GTX 680 and the GTX 760 is the same.

Of my GTX 760 i have this PCB;

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Gigabyte/GeForce_GTX_760_WindForce_OC/images/front.jpg

On the GTX 680 this is the PCB;

http://coolingconfigurator.com/upload/pictures/Gigabyte-GeForce-GTX-680-2GB-GDDR5-(GV-N680OC-2GD-rev.1.0)-PCB.jpg

And are there different memory timings for each pcb/gpu?

The GPU:s names differs too;

GK104-225-A2 = 760
GK104-425-A2 = 680

But arent they labeled after the production process?

Or are they tested and the labeled?

Also another question,

Are the ROPs/TMUs located in the GPU or on the PCB?
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