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Already did, it is only written to run 5 tests before runing heaven.
Unfortunately when i run a test it never ends.


I have msi 2G oc version, and was not able to OC more than +104, even raising volts and power, so it comes to gpu 1124MHz and boost 1189MHz, is it ok ? i saw that some guys went far from those values...
Also, wasn't able to OC memory at all.
With those values i score 840 on Heaven.


As a side note, i've just installed nvidia beta driver (337.50) and max temp during heaven bench was 65°C (was 73°C with previous driver).
Well is written to run each test for 5', 5 minutes smile.gif
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Well I'm sending out my (2) MSI 760's to MSI for RMA in the morning. I wanted to post a pic of what I'm seeing for those in the community to be aware of as both of the cards are showing the same bearing seal compromise. At this point both sets of fans are working on both cards however I'm starting to get artifacting like crazy on both cards both in single and SLI configuration. Temp seems fine for both but I have a feeling there's more going on underneath that I can see. Any who here you go:

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Well is written to run each test for 5', 5 minutes smile.gif

Oh, 1x5mins for each step, my bad rolleyes.gif



Can i join ?
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One thing i don't understand is why you say to see which boost can be made at stock settings ?
For me it is 91 (7*13) from 1085 to 1176, what does that tell us ?
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Oh, 1x5mins for each step, my bad rolleyes.gif



Can i join ?
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One thing i don't understand is why you say to see which boost can be made at stock settings ?
For me it is 91 (7*13) from 1085 to 1176, what does that tell us ?

OFC you can join, fill in the form posted in OP.
That is telling you that if you add e.g. 39Mhz core, your core clock would be 1215Mhz and not 1124Mhz thus you know the exact clock you are target into in order to check your oc stability. Basically it explains why while you are adding 43Mhz you get only 39Mhz in core freq and also kepler's boost functionality.
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Following your tutorial, i was able to run a +143MHz FurMark 400*300 8x MSAA, but heaven can pass a 1080p bench (dx11 ultra extrem) without crashing the driver. Is the setting you precognize is relevant for 1080p resolutions ?

Another thing, i have another computer with a gigabyte 760, default clock is 1080-1150, boost 1202.
When i try to OC it, voltage is always below 1.2V, boost is not 13x4 anymore but 13*3or4 for +13OC, 13*3 for +26oc, 13x2 for +39 oc, this is weird, any idea about the reason ? this is rev 2.0 with the 3 fans.
 
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Hey all, I got one of the MSI 760 ITX's recently. I am wondering if anyone has attempted to put a waterblock on one. the layout looks extremely similar to the reference boards, just with upgraded components.

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Using the KGB 1.27 tool to change the Power limit from the default 115 to say 140, I'm confused on which table to change On the power table there are 9 sets. Which one needs changed to allow 140 Power limit?
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