Originally Posted by Scarlet-Tech
No worries. Be aware, that 1.3 can equal upwards of 1.45 sometimes, with the Classy overvolting tool.. Don't go crazy and aim for 1.5 to start, lol.
I just got a new PSU, as I mentioned a few posts back, and now I have to figure out how to get it to power the PCI-e adapter so that I can juice both classies, as running 1 1500w ISN'T enough to power two cards :-( lol
Haha wow, beastly!! Good luck with everything man, and thanks again for the advice! I just set them all to 1.2 just to start - it's actually kind of funny because even the monitoring software in MSI Afterburner doesn't display the correct voltages. Using GPU-z though two of the GPU's are at 1.193 and the other one is at 1.191, so the classy tool definitely works.
I get to play around with overvolting and OC'ing until later today when my fourth card arrives
then it's back to the base clocks and undervolting
even with all of the GPU fans at 100% and the comp on a test bench next to an open window, these things can't stop from hitting their thermal limit in games like Crysis 3 lol. This is my first "extreme" build though so it's still absolutely a blast! Luckily I have a friend in Florida who knows a lot about this kind of stuff so he was able to help me with the majority of the questions that I had. I couldn't imagine jumping into this kind of stuff and just trying to learn it all through reading.