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What's the max voltage for under water? I read somewhere 1.4 or 1.5v is fine under water for the classy? Can someone confirm
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What's the max voltage for under water? I read somewhere 1.4 or 1.5v is fine under water for the classy? Can someone confirm

I got 1.5 v in Valley But in some benchmarks is not stable.
1.45v my cards are 100% stable (single or SLI) .
I use skyn3trev 2 bios and Classi Voltage Tool 2.0.4.3

http://www.overclock.net/t/1411500/official-evga-classified-owners-club/7300#post_21588462
Edited by WebTourist - 3/24/14 at 3:52am
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You should be able to go much much higher with your memory. I'm at +450 on air for daily use. Same with your GPU, being underwater you can keep on bumping it up. If it gets unstable...add a bit more voltage until it becomes stable. Then step up your GPU a bit more, once again if it becomes unstable add more voltage. There will be a point where heat is too much, or the GPU's capabilities have been reached and you can't go any higher without artifacts or crashes. Then drop back another 10mhz or so.

Thanks for the tip.
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Hi...this is my new Classi TI...and I am very, very happy with it.

I can say that "IS A OC BEAST"...this unit is able to do
1320-1330@1,17v... Mems are in the same line too +700
without artifacts .

This is my best run on air (about 1,38v on load), the card
is able to do 1400+ by air... (I´m doing this only for testing) :-P




P.D. : Sorry for the capture (I´m "working" in my office), so WXP, ATI...etc,etc biggrin.gif

Thanks, best regards.
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Are you sure you are at 1.17v? Regardless, that's a great card thumb.gif
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Hi...this is my new Classi TI...and I am very, very happy with it.

I can say that "IS A OC BEAST"...this unit is able to do
1320-1330@1,17v... Mems are in the same line too +700
without artifacts .

This is my best run on air (about 1,38v on load), the card
is able to do 1400+ by air... (I´m doing this only for testing) :-P




P.D. : Sorry for the capture (I´m "working" in my office), so WXP, ATI...etc,etc biggrin.gif

Thanks, best regards.

Sounds like a fun card.

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Are you sure you are at 1.17v? Regardless, that's a great card thumb.gif

I am betting "that is what Precision X displays"... we shall see. Either way, I would love to high jack that card.
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Yes, I´m sure...volts on Load (GPU-Z), about 1,19-1,20 v for precission....

I only test this with firestrike...

Yesterday I was playing War Thunder at 1,16v with 1300 Mhz...not problem :-P

I won the silicon lottery with this card (I think).

For more information, ASIC is 70,9% ; Hynyx Mem.

Thanks!!!
post #10768 of 21377
For you guys running two power supplies, are you just bridging the 24 pin connector? I've got a 1300 watt evga psu, and she's shutting down with two 780ti's overclocked in sli. I've got an extra 1200 watt psu that I was going to add to the mix. Run one card off each would be the best?


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Yes, I´m sure...volts on Load (GPU-Z), about 1,19-1,20 v for precission....

Only accurate way to measure this is with a DMM, but nice card regardless.
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Pretty big difference between 1.212v and 1.5v though. I really don't think you should be having any problems with a 760i, as my cpu is at 1.4v and I"m running pumps/fans/ect.

Sorry, I was pointing out what it TAKES to trip the ax760i, which is quite a bit. I was still surprised to do it with a single card though, but these can pull some serious amps when cranked up!
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Still rocking LGA775? Kudos friend.

Yes sir! It has been a blast dusting this old beast off and seeing what it can do with a bit of new kit! I found some new old stock Micron dominator memory for $9.95 a stick and finally got to open the old X48 up a bit. The rampage extreme is pretty fickle, but I got it about tapped out now. If you recall, running a quad and high fsb with 4GB is hard. Went as high as at 450fsb, 200 strap, 1800 DDR3 @ 7-6-6-18 1T with Trd of 5 with clocktwister set to strong. She's tapped out!

Took the old girl to the #2 spot in single card Heaven bench:

VETDRMS --- QX9650 / 4,469mhz ---- EVGA GTX 780 Ti KPE w/EK WB, 1528 / 8060 ---- 84.2 ---- 2221



And to the #16 spot in single card Firestrike Extreme (graphics score is up there with the top scores, but physics is lacking...to be expected)



Finally, this KPE seems to be a pretty solid card, but I wanted to point out something I noticed. I can achieve higher stable clocks at lower voltages on the stock bios, which I modified for TDP. The memory timings are definitely tighter and score the same at 200mhz less offset than the looser timed KPE bios.

My game stable clocks (if I keep it under 40C) at 1.36v (measured with DMM) are 1450 core and 7750 memory. This six year old box still makes a pretty stout gaming rig, but it will be getting a refresh this fall/winter, possibly Haswell-E/DDR4. biggrin.gif
Edited by VETDRMS - 3/24/14 at 9:17am
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For you guys running two power supplies, are you just bridging the 24 pin connector? I've got a 1300 watt evga psu, and she's shutting down with two 780ti's overclocked in sli. I've got an extra 1200 watt psu that I was going to add to the mix. Run one card off each would be the best?


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Bridging them works butt its a manual only solution

Ive use one of these before
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Add2PSU-/131146912531?pt=US_Power_Cables_Connectors&hash=item1e88f71313

this way one power button turns on both
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