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More volts will equal more heat. Plus having two of those cards will produce more heat as it dumps the heat inside your case.

You don't need your power target set so high as its a very very mild OC. Lower the power target and see how it goes. Get water if u can these cards just absolutely love it. When I was on air max OC was 1283mhz temps never exceeded 75c in benching or gaming. Now on water I'm running 1.328v and 1376mhz and doesn't exceed 41c! Going to go for 1500 hahaha
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Originally Posted by z0ki View Post

More volts will equal more heat. Plus having two of those cards will produce more heat as it dumps the heat inside your case.

You don't need your power target set so high as its a very very mild OC. Lower the power target and see how it goes. Get water if u can these cards just absolutely love it. When I was on air max OC was 1283mhz temps never exceeded 75c in benching or gaming. Now on water I'm running 1.328v and 1376mhz and doesn't exceed 41c! Going to go for 1500 hahaha

So how did u get your temps so low on air with that overclock , what am I doing wrong ? Is it just that the power target needs lowering ? If so can you advice me what % I should go for
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Originally Posted by Sleepyluke View Post

So how did u get your temps so low on air with that overclock , what am I doing wrong ? Is it just that the power target needs lowering ? If so can you advice me what % I should go for

Case flow matters alot. if you got good airflow it can really make a difference.

but mostly putting a more aggressive fan profile probably.

when I go 1345mhz on my air cooled Ti I need max fans to keep things under 80ish degrees.
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Originally Posted by Darklyspectre View Post

Case flow matters alot. if you got good airflow it can really make a difference.

but mostly putting a more aggressive fan profile probably.

when I go 1345mhz on my air cooled Ti I need max fans to keep things under 80ish degrees.

Then something is not right somewhere .

I just Run furmark , with no overclocks with power target at max 150% and temp target max 95c and after 4 min of running temps settled ish at 87 and 90

I have massive air file through my case , I have 3 noctua 140mm in the front of of the case and another 2 of the same next to the gpu's and tones of extra , including the massive 200mm side fan blowing straight on them

And fan curve is set to hit 100% at 65c

What am I doing wrong ?

P.s it is a overclocked bios ,, skyn3trev.2nios
Base clock is 1085
post #11325 of 21377
I have 2 GTX 780 dual classified. What BIOS i can take under aircooling?
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Originally Posted by Sleepyluke View Post

Then something is not right somewhere .

I just Run furmark , with no overclocks with power target at max 150% and temp target max 95c and after 4 min of running temps settled ish at 87 and 90

I have massive air file through my case , I have 3 noctua 140mm in the front of of the case and another 2 of the same next to the gpu's and tones of extra , including the massive 200mm side fan blowing straight on them

And fan curve is set to hit 100% at 65c

What am I doing wrong ?

P.s it is a overclocked bios ,, skyn3trev.2nios
Base clock is 1085

Firstly, Don't Run Furmark.

What preset clocks and volts are you getting with the bios ?

EDIT:
I just saw your other post, if you have flashed skynets bios the Power % wont do anything to the clocks as they have to be set manually via the offset. I see you run 1200 at 1.21V.
On air I wouldn't expect you to get away with more than 1.25V without running into heat issues and case airflow etc.

Try setting your memory offset to zero and increase your core clocks until its not stable. Test stability by using Valey or Heaven benchmarks and of course gaming. You should get 125X - 13XX at 1.25V.

I repeat: don't use furmark it will fry your card.
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For 24/7 i set voltage to max 1.212 in presisionX and its stable at +145 on the core used that for gaming 1 Month now biggrin.gif
And tdp is about 62%
At 1440 on the core tdp is 95%

I noticed it can run solid at lower volt settings, however I did notice that if I take the power target up higher than say 115 or 120, that's when it starts artifacting. So I usually have to balance out the voltage with the Power target get get I sweet spot, plus it helps I I connected ALL power pins this time, lol
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Originally Posted by DemiseGR View Post

Firstly, Don't Run Furmark.

What preset clocks and volts are you getting with the bios ?

EDIT:
I just saw your other post, if you have flashed skynets bios the Power % wont do anything to the clocks as they have to be set manually via the offset. I see you run 1200 at 1.21V.
On air I wouldn't expect you to get away with more than 1.25V without running into heat issues and case airflow etc.

Try setting your memory offset to zero and increase your core clocks until its not stable. Test stability by using Valey or Heaven benchmarks and of course gaming. You should get 125X - 13XX at 1.25V.

I repeat: don't use furmark it will fry your card.

Wow thx buddy , yes if I run most other stuff ie gaming on bf4 on ultra 120fps for long time , I get nothing above 70c so I issue is more the furmark is very bad ,,, thx I didn't know that :-s ( I hope I have not fryed my cards already )

Please can I clarify "125x - 13xx at 1.25v"
Does this mean core clock of between 1250 and 1300 or a bit higher at voltage 1.2500v

If so that voltage be be set in the evga controller ? ( I haven't used this yet) do I need to adjust any of the other settings in the evga controller ?

Thanks loads for this advice ,, I think you have found the cause of my biggest issue .. Simply running a very bad programme

Lastly is their any chance you could link me to the benchmarking software you talked about as when I google it I get lots of variations and I want to make sure I get the right one this time
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More volts will equal more heat. Plus having two of those cards will produce more heat as it dumps the heat inside your case.

You don't need your power target set so high as its a very very mild OC. Lower the power target and see how it goes. Get water if u can these cards just absolutely love it. When I was on air max OC was 1283mhz temps never exceeded 75c in benching or gaming. Now on water I'm running 1.328v and 1376mhz and doesn't exceed 41c! Going to go for 1500 hahaha

Wow those are some good temps under water...
I'm getting gpu temp 55C at 1.33V with water temps at 42C, i wouldn't dare touch anything above 1.35V redface.gif
Whats your cooling setup ?

Edit: just saw your sig thumb.gif
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Wow thx buddy , yes if I run most other stuff ie gaming on bf4 on ultra 120fps for long time , I get nothing above 70c so I issue is more the furmark is very bad ,,, thx I didn't know that :-s ( I hope I have not fryed my cards already )

Please can I clarify "125x - 13xx at 1.25v"
Does this mean core clock of between 1250 and 1300 or a bit higher at voltage 1.2500v

If so that voltage be be set in the evga controller ? ( I haven't used this yet) do I need to adjust any of the other settings in the evga controller ?

Thanks loads for this advice ,, I think you have found the cause of my biggest issue .. Simply running a very bad programme

Lastly is their any chance you could link me to the benchmarking software you talked about as when I google it I get lots of variations and I want to make sure I get the right one this time

Yes you should get 1250-1300 at 1.25v, but try sticking to 1.21v from PrecisionX before moving to the classified tool.
On the classified controller only adjust the NVVDD (top one) to the volts you want.

The benchmarks are by Unigine http://unigine.com/products/benchmarks/

Good luck and happy benching thumb.gif
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