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I need about 1.3v to hit 1300Mhz on my Ti Classified Hydro copper and 1.35v to get 1331Mhz and those are borderline stable in 3dMark... I had a reference Ti under water that got 1331Mhz in similar conditions with only 1.21v with the Skynet bios. I have the Rev 2 skynet bios on my classy. I managed to pass 3Dmark11 with 1390Mhz, but that was with 1.45v and the powerdraw is getting silly at those volts. I expected to easily get at least 1400Mhz with this card, but it's a no go. I'll be getting a second card tomorrow or monday at the latest. I hope it's a bit better than this. On stock bioses this thing is barely stable at 1250Mhz under water...

edit: actually 1250 isn't stable. I'ts more like 1220-1230Mhz. I've had 2 680s, two 780s and two 780Ti's and this classified is the worst overclocker of them all.
Edited by kirk007 - 3/20/14 at 6:55am
post #10672 of 21388
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I need about 1.3v to hit 1300Mhz on my Ti Classified Hydro copper and 1.35v to get 1331Mhz and those are borderline stable in 3dMark... I had a reference Ti under water that got 1331Mhz in similar conditions with only 1.21v with the Skynet bios. I have the Rev 2 skynet bios on my classy. I managed to pass 3Dmark11 with 1390Mhz, but that was with 1.45v and the powerdraw is getting silly at those volts. I expected to easily get at least 1400Mhz with this card, but it's a no go. I'll be getting a second card tomorrow or monday at the latest. I hope it's a bit better than this. On stock bioses this thing is barely stable at 1250Mhz under water...

edit: actually 1250 isn't stable. I'ts more like 1220-1230Mhz. I've had 2 680s, two 780s and two 780Ti's and this classified is the worst overclocker of them all.

That is the luck of the draw when playing the silicon lottery. Your card would probably be great under LN2 though. Maybe your next card will do better for you under water.
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I need about 1.3v to hit 1300Mhz on my Ti Classified Hydro copper and 1.35v to get 1331Mhz and those are borderline stable in 3dMark... I had a reference Ti under water that got 1331Mhz in similar conditions with only 1.21v with the Skynet bios. I have the Rev 2 skynet bios on my classy. I managed to pass 3Dmark11 with 1390Mhz, but that was with 1.45v and the powerdraw is getting silly at those volts. I expected to easily get at least 1400Mhz with this card, but it's a no go. I'll be getting a second card tomorrow or monday at the latest. I hope it's a bit better than this. On stock bioses this thing is barely stable at 1250Mhz under water...

edit: actually 1250 isn't stable. I'ts more like 1220-1230Mhz. I've had 2 680s, two 780s and two 780Ti's and this classified is the worst overclocker of them all.

I Got 1345 mhz on 1.212v on my 780ti classy With air. Stable max temp 84
post #10674 of 21388
After installing the rev 4 bios. MSI AB shows a max voltage of +100 but then maxes out at 1.162 while under load.
I have reinstalled both driver and AB but it is the same thing.

So if I dont want to use the classy tuner I must flash back to L2n bios to receive normal voltage setting? Anyone
have any idea on this? Thanks guys
post #10675 of 21388
Hitting 1325 Mhz on 1.161 V. on air.
On my classified at 60 C.

haven't pushed further yet
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Hitting 1325 Mhz on 1.161 V. on air.
On my classified at 60 C.

haven't pushed further yet

Golden card right there. What are your ambients and how are you cooling the card? That core temp is extremely low.

Also how are you measuring your core? If you're looking at the core MHz in Heaven or Valley, those are usually wrong.
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Yea that's the one I quoted when created a support ticket. Is there a rattle on your cards?

It seems that ~1250Mhz is the best I can get around 1.21v.

That's about average for classifieds from what I've seen so far around here.


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Hitting 1325 Mhz on 1.161 V. on air.
On my classified at 60 C.

haven't pushed further yet

IF that's what speed you're getting... I'll trade you XD. But yeah like Coelacanth said Heaven and Valley are wrong with their core clock and memory clock readings.

   
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Hitting 1325 Mhz on 1.161 V. on air.
On my classified at 60 C.

haven't pushed further yet

Not to be rude.That don't seem right or even possible. That means you have overclocked your card 332 MHz with no manual voltage change.
Can we see some screen shots?
post #10679 of 21388
I think I made a mistake. Sorry if I did tho.

I was reading the Mhz of the Precision X and was running the OC scanner from evga.

But I think I was a little to enthousiastic about the findings.
I probably made it look more then it actually was.

If I run in valley it says 1433 mhz in the top right of the screen, but as you said earlier it's not shown right.
Temps are getting to 64 C

I am actually on air. Fans running at 100%
Ambient is about 25 C

If I check my mhz in gpu-z it is lower then what i stated before.
I cannot make the 1260 Mhz

I will make screens

Me and my big mouth tongue.gif
Edited by 5erveD - 3/20/14 at 1:29pm
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No biggie I can't get GPU-Z to say 1260 either (says it's ~1200) but MSI AB says 1280 MHz so I'm going to go with it lol. 1260 in GPU-Z is like +256 offset (or thereabouts for me lmao)

BTW anyone know how to force the power draw to increase? I'm only seeing it go to 80%(max with about 75 the rest of the time) in Afterburners window.


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