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Originally Posted by Ov3rdos3 View Post

Thanks again jimhans.

What is the safest voltage under water. I mean should I go above 1.8v?

Thanks

Hard to say, every card is different, mine is running at 1.7v under water.
Edited by Jimhans1 - 4/6/14 at 3:04am
post #11082 of 21377
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Originally Posted by Jimhans1 View Post

Hard to say, every card is different, mine is running at 1.7v under water.

Ok I will add a 0.1v notch and see what i can get from that. Is there a way to monitor memory temperatures?

Sorry for these questions tongue.gif
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1.8v is the max for memory voltage with the Classified tool, and I haven't seen anyone say that had any negative impact on their card under water or cooler.
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So after much Tinkering around, my Best stable right now with the REV 4 Skyn3t bios at 1.212 volts and a 200% power target is +130 on the core and +600 on the memory, haven't used the Classified voltage tool yet, but at these settings runs 3dmark and futuremark fine and crash free biggrin.gif, maybe I can get more, I don't know yet. The only thing I've noticed is on ESO after a little bit of playing, both screens turn different colors and have to do a hard boot. I'm thinking it might have to do something with the Memory frequency possibly, So might need to go back to more tweaking
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I recently purchased a 780 classy and a water block, and I was wondering what would be considered "unsafe" Voltages for my card for a 24/7 OC. Currently I have my card OC'd to +250 MHZ stable at 1.25V. is 1.25v unsafe for 24/7 OC or can I actually go higher?
post #11086 of 21377
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Originally Posted by Jimhans1 View Post

Hard to say, every card is different, mine is running at 1.7v under water.

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Originally Posted by geggeg View Post

1.8v is the max for memory voltage with the Classified tool, and I haven't seen anyone say that had any negative impact on their card under water or cooler.

I managed 1320mhz at 1.30V and +600mhz at 1.7V. What do you guys think about this overlock is it decent? However the card reaches 62 degrees i wonder if its hot under water. There s the CPU in the loop and I have a 360 EK radiator.

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Originally Posted by fanaticstv View Post

I recently purchased a 780 classy and a water block, and I was wondering what would be considered "unsafe" Voltages for my card for a 24/7 OC. Currently I have my card OC'd to +250 MHZ stable at 1.25V. is 1.25v unsafe for 24/7 OC or can I actually go higher?

It depends on which cooling you are using and the temperatures you have at 1.25V. I would consider 1.25V max under air and never get above 85 degrees.
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Originally Posted by Ov3rdos3 View Post


I managed 1320mhz at 1.30V and +600mhz at 1.7V. What do you guys think about this overlock is it decent? However the card reaches 62 degrees i wonder if its hot under water. There s the CPU in the loop and I have a 360 EK radiator.
It depends on which cooling you are using and the temperatures you have at 1.25V. I would consider 1.25V max under air and never get above 85 degrees.

After about 2 hours of game play it hits around 53 degree at full load.
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Originally Posted by fanaticstv View Post

After about 2 hours of game play it hits around 53 degree at full load.

You're under water?
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Originally Posted by Ov3rdos3 View Post

You're under water?

Yes I am.
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Originally Posted by fanaticstv View Post

Yes I am.
If so read my posts in the previous page i just installed a block and I asked exactly the same questions.

To summerize: My card was running at 53 degrees full load too at 1.25. Now I have 1302mhz for the core 600mhz for the memory and 1.3V and 1.7V respectively. I get 60 to 62 degrees.

I dont know if these are normal temperatures... Waiting for our friends' help
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