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My card is under water.
1400 Mhz at 1.325v
Max temp after hours gaming 47. With fans on lowest speed. 300RPM.
idle temp: 24.

Unigine Heaven benchmark 4.0 score: 2402

I love this card.
post #11092 of 21377
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Originally Posted by reb00tas View Post

My card is under water.
1400 Mhz at 1.325v
Max temp after hours gaming 47. With fans on lowest speed. 300RPM.
idle temp: 24.

Unigine Heaven benchmark 4.0 score: 2402

I love this card.

What radiator do you have and what component are watercooled smile.gif

And also where do you live to get such low idle temps, I mean what is the temperature in your room.

Other feedbacks from people having many components in the loop are welcome smile.gif
Edited by Ov3rdos3 - 4/6/14 at 1:55pm
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I currently have my voltage at 1.270 for 1350 mhz core and +500 for the memory with no voltage increase.

Idle temps are mid to high 20's and load is low to mid 40's

Would this be a safe overclock for 24/7?
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Originally Posted by Zaxis01 View Post

I currently have my voltage at 1.270 for 1350 mhz core and +500 for the memory with no voltage increase.

Idle temps are mid to high 20's and load is low to mid 40's

Would this be a safe overclock for 24/7?

Yes
post #11095 of 21377
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What radiator do you have and what component are watercooled smile.gif

And also where do you live to get such low idle temps, I mean what is the temperature in your room.

Other feedbacks from people having many components in the loop are welcome smile.gif

I Got This radiator. http://www.coolerkit.dk/shop/alphacool-nexxxos-ut60-3182p.html

I live i Denmark. 21 degres in my room.
I Got my 3570k clocked to 4.5 GHz my water is going to gpu first.
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I Got This radiator. http://www.coolerkit.dk/shop/alphacool-nexxxos-ut60-3182p.html

I live i Denmark. 21 degres in my room.
I Got my 3570k clocked to 4.5 GHz my water is going to gpu first.

I have an i7 920 C0 at 3.8ghz and 1.37V explains why the card is hot lol biggrin.gif
post #11097 of 21377
Im having some annoying issues with Precision and my 780 classy. I have the voltage tool in Precision maxed out at 1.2v, but it keeps resetting the voltage to stock randomly (not the clocks though). Predictably, this tends to cause random crashes while gaming. Is there any way to stop this?

Also, I only get to 1.200v in Precision, isn't it supposed to go to 1.212v?
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Im having some annoying issues with Precision and my 780 classy. I have the voltage tool in Precision maxed out at 1.2v, but it keeps resetting the voltage to stock randomly (not the clocks though). Predictably, this tends to cause random crashes while gaming. Is there any way to stop this?

Also, I only get to 1.200v in Precision, isn't it supposed to go to 1.212v?

May I suggest just use the classy over voltage tool instead? I just use precision or AB to set the clocks and set the voltage in the classy tool when you reboot your voltage remains, till you shut down your
PC you will need to set it again
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Curiosity... the voltage from the classy tool remains through sleep mode, yes? I assume only a shutdown or reboot would reset it back to default?
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Curiosity... the voltage from the classy tool remains through sleep mode, yes? I assume only a shutdown or reboot would reset it back to default?

As I said, rebooting or waking from sleep the voltage will remain to what you had set it to. A shut down of the PC will result in going back to stock voltage.

Generally what I do is just add the classy tool to my start up list or just drag and drop in the accessories folder in the start menu for easy access smile.gif
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