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post #11031 of 21377
Here is the 3DMark Firestrike run.



I can't go any higher than 1410MHz without artifacting no matter the voltage I add.

So this is my card limit and I am happy with it. thumb.gif

I will give you FPS stats as soon as I get more time to play with games.
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post #11032 of 21377
It's been a while since I've overclocked my cards. What's the best method in bringing your cards back to stock speeds after a bench run? Defaults on px then bring down the voltage with evbot?
post #11033 of 21377
I would like to be in the club,EK watercooled 780 ti K|ngp|n edition @1500mhz core and 7200mhz on memory. http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/9x4h7/
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Nice build

Thank you!
post #11035 of 21377
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Do you guys know if the Kraken G10 is compatible with classified PCB's?

I was waiting for my last pack of heatsinks, but here is mine!
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post #11036 of 21377
Please tell me I put the thermal pad on the right spot on the backplate for the classy?

When I look where the thermal pad will line up on the card it's no touching anything lol


post #11037 of 21377
The same spot you put the vrm thermal pad. Don't put it in the indentation.
post #11038 of 21377
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The same spot you put the vrm thermal pad. Don't put it in the indentation.

I put it on the raises bit between the two screw holes.. Hopefully that's right?

As I said when I look to see where it lines up on the card it doesn't touch anything
post #11039 of 21377
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I put it on the raises bit between the two screw holes.. Hopefully that's right?

As I said when I look to see where it lines up on the card it doesn't touch anything

Was it the thicker of the pads, and how far away is it from touching?
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Was it the thicker of the pads, and how far away is it from touching?

I only got one pad with my backplate.. I think the 780 classified and the 780ti classified you place thermal pads in 3 places apposed to one, so I ordered more thermal pads and will do it that way as occamrazer suggests.



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