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I've got mine at 1280 core +500 memory. Any higher (I could reach 1310-1320 before crashing) and it starts to show artifacts in heaven. Is it correct btw that the max voltage is +12mV?

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Thanks for the very straight forward guide on the 760.

I've been referencing this while looking for that sweet spot on my x2 SLI.

These are tricky cards and I haven't been able to get much out of a generically stable OC, a lot of it seems to be based on whatever the program game or benchmark will want to allow.

I've been stuck down at 1180 in some situations, while getting 1300 on a different benchmark.

Not exactly sure where to set and forget them, but its going to be pretty low on the core with a moderate memory OC. 1250 // 1770 most likely

Anyways, thanks for the GUIDE!! it was very helpful thumb.gif

Will trade my EVGAs for MSI HAWKS, lol rolleyes.gif
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i just picked up a evga 760 2GB from a friend for 30 bucks while I wait for the 480. My 760 is a reference black shroud and I want to OC it alittle. It runs all the games I want perfectly. Runs witcher 3 really well with mixed medium to high settings staying at 50-53fps.

 

I am looking to keep the cards voltage stock so what kind of OC could I reasonably get out of it. Not an overclocker here so this will basically be my first time OCing. so im kind of lost. ASIC is 73.4


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Originally Posted by 4LC4PON3 View Post

i just picked up a evga 760 2GB from a friend for 30 bucks while I wait for the 480. My 760 is a reference black shroud and I want to OC it alittle. It runs all the games I want perfectly. Runs witcher 3 really well with mixed medium to high settings staying at 50-53fps.

I am looking to keep the cards voltage stock so what kind of OC could I reasonably get out of it. Not an overclocker here so this will basically be my first time OCing. so im kind of lost. ASIC is 73.4
You may follow the guide written on thread's first post or just slide all way up the power target and set core close to 1200Mhz for first step. If its stable then add +13Mhz each until you find the max o/c. Last try to o/c the vram (if its has hynix, ~1750Mhz). All the numbers above are just estimations, you have to try it your self.
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They upgraded my 570 to a 760 about a year ago. That was pretty awesome from them.
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is there a bios for asus 760 directcu2 oc (80.04.EA.xx) that lets me put the voltage to 1.2120 ?? no matter what i do i cant get passed 1.2000 orgrom.zip 126k .zip file

Can anyone help`??
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is there a bios for asus 760 directcu2 oc (80.04.EA.xx) that lets me put the voltage to 1.2120 ?? no matter what i do i cant get passed 1.2000 orgrom.zip 126k .zip file

Can anyone help`??
I think this was giving me 1.212V on my asus, try it at your own responsibility and report back. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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thank you!! that got me at 1215 stable as opposed to 1190 @ 1.2 without any dx crashes in any game smile.gif guess my card aint that much of a a winner in the lottery :/ but why is asus is locking this card at 1.200 in software when other are allowed to go to 1.2120 without problems?? maybe they thougt gain was minimal anyway or something?? and just to be safe 1.2120v shouldnt be able to do any harm to the gpu would it?? i mean its there, in the software? is it that dangerous?

ive once fried an 8800 gt running at 1.25v (1.15 stock) .. dont wanna make that mistake again tongue.gif
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thank you!! that got me at 1215 stable as opposed to 1190 @ 1.2 without any dx crashes in any game smile.gif guess my card aint that much of a a winner in the lottery :/ but why is asus is locking this card at 1.200 in software when other are allowed to go to 1.2120 without problems?? maybe they thougt gain was minimal anyway or something?? and just to be safe 1.2120v shouldnt be able to do any harm to the gpu would it?? i mean its there, in the software? is it that dangerous?

ive once fried an 8800 gt running at 1.25v (1.15 stock) .. dont wanna make that mistake again tongue.gif

I've ran a 760 Hawk at 1.3v with no problems at all to get a 1360MHz clockspeed. And I knew a guy who ran his 770 DCII at 1.4v at 1450MHz for no problems sine it was launched. Although mine died because somehow the mosfet blew when I triggered 0% LLC on the PWM through 12C.
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Does any know why i can't seem to put 1.212 voltage on my MSI gtx 760 gaming?

I have put the slider up, to allow it, in afterburner, but as you can see here the VDDC says 1.200

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