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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

Nice! I just did a remount, might have gone a little heavy on the TIM but stock was super light. My temps are a handful of degrees lower on load now, and about 2C lower on idle. The cool-down period is what seems really long to me. I'm going to try again later to see if I can get a better mount.
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The revision 1.0 is the same card as TechPowerUp tested so it will have the GTX680 PCB and VRM. Also GTX680 FC waterblocks will fit it.

Does that mean you can put a 680 BIOS on a 760 rev1?
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I can't figure it out. I've reseated the heatsink five different times now and can't fix the temperature problem (EVGA GTX 760 SC ACX with high idle temps and long cool-down times after load). It just seems like it's not tight enough. I don't get a good spread, any further measures would require a modification it seems.
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@santrik
That's interesting. I didn't know the 760 shared a similar pcb as the 680. Visually speaking, it appears a 680 water block would fit your card. Have you considered water cooling it?

I own reference design EVGA 760's that share similar pcb's as reference 670's. With that said, I have XSPC Razor 670 blocks installed on mine. Just a little food for thought.
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Well thats good stickg1 I'm going 2 be doing the step up on evga and going for a evga 780 ti 03G-P4-2881-KR I'm not likeing the acx cooling at all I'm going 2 water cool my new gpu
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I've done a bunch of searches, and haven't found what I've been looking for, so I figure this may be an okay place to ask.

I won a GTX 760 this weekend at PAX East and the thing is great, but I've noticed that the core clocks are fluctuating alot when I'm watching movies in iTunes, to the point where I think it's causing playback issues (the clocks jump up, drop off about 10% from where they were at, then bottom out, before repeating probably every 10 seconds or so). I'm not at home at the moment so I can't post a screenshot (wish I had thought of that previously), but is there a way to force the card to use a constant clock setting? My GTX 470 wasn't doing this.
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I know they are designed to down-clock to save juice, I'm sure you can lock it but I haven't done it myself.
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Yeah I believe you just want to disable boost.
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I've done a bunch of searches, and haven't found what I've been looking for, so I figure this may be an okay place to ask.

I won a GTX 760 this weekend at PAX East and the thing is great, but I've noticed that the core clocks are fluctuating alot when I'm watching movies in iTunes, to the point where I think it's causing playback issues (the clocks jump up, drop off about 10% from where they were at, then bottom out, before repeating probably every 10 seconds or so). I'm not at home at the moment so I can't post a screenshot (wish I had thought of that previously), but is there a way to force the card to use a constant clock setting? My GTX 470 wasn't doing this.
As i read it is energy saving feature of the card.
Set 'power management mode' to 'prefer maximum performance' inside nvidia control panel. That way clocks wont fluctuate even on idle.
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Ah, cool. I'll give this a shot when I get home. Thanks for the tip!

Looks like it's running at a consistent core clock now, sweet. Thanks!
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