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Originally Posted by Darklyspectre View Post

Whooo finally beat my old highscore.

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GPU: Core: 1365 mhz Mem: 8200 mhz

CPU: 4,9 ghz.

This is the limit of this card on aircooling I am pretty sure.

uck I need more money so I can buy that watercooling setup for my GPU.

also hi. it's been a while.
Talk about impressive for air cooling! Congrats.
post #11232 of 21378
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Talk about impressive for air cooling! Congrats.

Is it? I honestly have no idea what is to be considered impressive tongue.gif
post #11233 of 21378
The secondary PSU is firing up, but I can not get the primary to boot. It clicks, then nothing. Anyone running dual PSU setups that can give an idea?
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post #11234 of 21378
NAILED IT DOWN!!!!!! Get this, I bought 2 MaxRevos. One 1500 and one 1350.. No biggie, right.. Same cables and everything... right? NO! They moved one ground and one wire (Brown, not sure what it is), causing the 1500 to not boot. I was trying to remove the green wire, with the atx removal tool, and broke it for the 1500, so I used the 1350 cables... that one wire had to be switched. Lesson learned, verify pinout from the same company, as they may throw a curve ball to see if you can catch it.

*edit* I just realized during a 3D Mark 11 run, I no longer have any coil whine. WIN!
Edited by Scarlet-Tech - 4/12/14 at 7:02am
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2x Samsung 840 EVO Seagate 3 TB 7200 rpm Seagate 2tb 7200rpm Intel 430 256gb 
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post #11235 of 21378
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*edit* I just realized during a 3D Mark 11 run, I no longer have any coil whine. WIN!

I've also noticed that coil whine is often caused by the "quality" of the power/current being delivered by the PSU. Back when I was running SLI'ed 480 GTX's and upgraded from a 750W PSU to a Maxrevo 1350, my coil whine pretty much disappeared. Hard to nail down specifics, but it seems that certain PSU's can cause/eliminate coil whine in certain situations.
post #11236 of 21378
I'm sure this have been up in this thread before, but there's 1124 pages so I am asking again tongue.gif

I have a 780Ti Classified ASIC 64.1 which I just installed watercooling on.
Before I watercooled it, I ran it at 1293/1950 @ 1.28750V/1.65V/312kHz which was stable under gaming, but it hit 83c though.
Well now temps really aint a problem anymore, but I cant seem to get the card to run Game Stable over 1358/1950/1.34375V/1.65V/400kHz.

Whats the max core and memory clock u guys can play games on stable like BF4? And what voltages?
post #11237 of 21378
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Originally Posted by OleMortenF View Post

I'm sure this have been up in this thread before, but there's 1124 pages so I am asking again tongue.gif

I have a 780Ti Classified ASIC 64.1 which I just installed watercooling on.
Before I watercooled it, I ran it at 1293/1950 @ 1.28750V/1.65V/312kHz which was stable under gaming, but it hit 83c though.
Well now temps really aint a problem anymore, but I cant seem to get the card to run Game Stable over 1358/1950/1.34375V/1.65V/400kHz.

Whats the max core and memory clock u guys can play games on stable like BF4? And what voltages?

If your temps are within reason, I'd recommend throwing more volts at it to see what happens.
post #11238 of 21378
People asking me questions about overclocking and how I did it is.....strangely very very satisfying you know?

oh well. time to fiddle again.

I was planning to game abit but overclocking it is. I am pumped.
post #11239 of 21378
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Originally Posted by OleMortenF View Post

I'm sure this have been up in this thread before, but there's 1124 pages so I am asking again tongue.gif

I have a 780Ti Classified ASIC 64.1 which I just installed watercooling on.
Before I watercooled it, I ran it at 1293/1950 @ 1.28750V/1.65V/312kHz which was stable under gaming, but it hit 83c though.
Well now temps really aint a problem anymore, but I cant seem to get the card to run Game Stable over 1358/1950/1.34375V/1.65V/400kHz.

Whats the max core and memory clock u guys can play games on stable like BF4? And what voltages?
Try setting the voltages lower and are your radiator fans plugged into the PWM fan headers on the GPU? Sometimes too much voltage is a bad thing. 1358 does seem low for water cooling, although there is no guarantee that you will get much higher as not all cards are "perfect."

Edit: My non-TI version I can run BF 4 fairly stable at 1410 Mhz (what the heck is that 1950 you talk about?) with 1.35 real volts (set around 1.26875v in classy tool). I run my memory at 7400 Mhz (effective) with 1.62v, although it seems to be fine with 1.61v. I get great stability at 1397 Mhz @ 1.34v in BF 4. I am on water.
Edited by draemn - 4/12/14 at 3:29pm
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If u can see I haven't got my watercooling system in yet, lol
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