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Heres my Valley run


Lol thats weird, you're running a higher clock on both the cpu and gpu and only getting 1 more frame then me, I got 75.5 with 1210MHz on Core and 3600MHz on Memory and running the processor at 4,5.
But the RAM I got is Kingston HyperX Beast which is running with CL9 Timings at 1866MHz if that makes the difference.

I would of expected a higher result with that overclock on the GPU atleast.
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Lol thats weird, you're running a higher clock on both the cpu and gpu and only getting 1 more frame then me, I got 75.5 with 1210MHz on Core and 3600MHz on Memory and running the processor at 4,5.
But the RAM I got is Kingston HyperX Beast which is running with CL9 Timings at 1866MHz if that makes the difference.

I would of expected a higher result with that overclock on the GPU atleast.

What OS are you using? Win 7 or 8.1?

I noticed that my scores are lower on 8.1 compared to 7. Though in-game i havent noticed a difference.

Not sure what to make out of it.

This Benchmark is highly GPU bound though, so i doubt its the RAM.
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Im running Windows 8.1 x64

If you could either use faster timings and higher clock on the ram and run it again and see if there is a difference, cause this doesn't make sense to me xD
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Im running Windows 8.1 x64

If you could either use faster timings and higher clock on the ram and run it again and see if there is a difference, cause this doesn't make sense to me xD

Hmm not sure either.

I just ran a +300 offset for a 1410mhz on core and 7600 ish on memory and got this:

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I havent really touched the Classified Controller as Im not sure what voltage to run, but I will try what you're running then and see how far I can go. But what power limit do you use, are you on a custom bios with unlocked power limit or just the 2nd EVGA Bios?

My Voltage have just been on Auto and Ive had the power limit at 108% because 100% is suppose to be 600W and then +8% will be 48W if my math is correct smile.gif

But thanks for all help so far +Rep to all who helps me, really appriciate it. When I get home I will play a bit more around with voltages and stuff and see if it can go further, hopefully it can as 1210MHz is a pretty dissappointing result in my opinion smile.gif Especially when I see people hit 1.3 and 1.4GHz ...

But what is you ASIC Quality? Cause from what I read it can determine how good you GPU is and its ability to overclock
(although also read its not always 100% accurate and can be misleading)
On Stock voltage, I am getting just under 1200mhz or so.. I don't remember exactly, but I will look back through my Benchmarks and see if I can pick out the stock settings, where I couldn't bump the power.

To get to 1379mhz, I am running 1.375v on the classy controller (Ti DOES NOT translate that over as what is actually running though) and on a MultiMeter, I find that I am running about 1.405v or somewhere near that. I also am running 3 cards, and ASICs will be in a picture below. I have a post from a while back as to which ASICs are best to follow... (link is clickable) and how you should work those in to overclocking... I can overclock much higher running one card on a 1500w PSU than two, and when I run two, I connect one card to a separate PSU to reduce strain on the main unit.

ASICs;


I am running the Modified EVGA bios that was released in February(?) time frame. I will be running the SkyNet Rev 2, if I can figure out what is causing my black screens when it is installed on the cards. I have a new PSU, so I am hoping that was the issue and it is now fixed.

I have gone up to 1.42v on the cards (classy tool, not actual) and seen very little extra gain out of my card. I am not sure what my limitation is, but I have a new CPU and MoBo inbound, and hope to push these cards pretty hard.

Try bumping your power target up slowly as well. 5% at a time, or maybe even less, shouldn't be too bad. You have to imagine, you are thinking a 650w PSU, you are trying to get to approx 648w with a 108% Power Target, but there is still the other components drawing on your PSU. Your output will boost a little under strain. I have seen a lot of people say that an 800w helps, but I am not sure, as I started with big PSUs and have stayed in the high numbers. My smallest Benching PSU is a 1050w.. the smallest I have ever owned is a 500w, and it does nothing but stock everything and I won't attempt to get anything else out of it.
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On Stock voltage, I am getting just under 1200mhz or so.. I don't remember exactly, but I will look back through my Benchmarks and see if I can pick out the stock settings, where I couldn't bump the power.

To get to 1379mhz, I am running 1.375v on the classy controller (Ti DOES NOT translate that over as what is actually running though) and on a MultiMeter, I find that I am running about 1.405v or somewhere near that. I also am running 3 cards, and ASICs will be in a picture below. I have a post from a while back as to which ASICs are best to follow... (link is clickable) and how you should work those in to overclocking... I can overclock much higher running one card on a 1500w PSU than two, and when I run two, I connect one card to a separate PSU to reduce strain on the main unit.

ASICs;


I am running the Modified EVGA bios that was released in February(?) time frame. I will be running the SkyNet Rev 2, if I can figure out what is causing my black screens when it is installed on the cards. I have a new PSU, so I am hoping that was the issue and it is now fixed.

I have gone up to 1.42v on the cards (classy tool, not actual) and seen very little extra gain out of my card. I am not sure what my limitation is, but I have a new CPU and MoBo inbound, and hope to push these cards pretty hard.

Try bumping your power target up slowly as well. 5% at a time, or maybe even less, shouldn't be too bad. You have to imagine, you are thinking a 650w PSU, you are trying to get to approx 648w with a 108% Power Target, but there is still the other components drawing on your PSU. Your output will boost a little under strain. I have seen a lot of people say that an 800w helps, but I am not sure, as I started with big PSUs and have stayed in the high numbers. My smallest Benching PSU is a 1050w.. the smallest I have ever owned is a 500w, and it does nothing but stock everything and I won't attempt to get anything else out of it.

Well Aesthethc here has a 650W power supply aswell and has well over 200% in power limit so I feel the limit hasnt much to say really, I will just see if I can even go any higher than 1210Mhz and play around with the voltages. But Watch Dogs came out today, so might not spend to much time thinking about the overclocking part smile.gif

Anyways thanks for you help and I will report back after Ive tried different settings, will do some more valley runs smile.gif
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Well Aesthethc here has a 650W power supply aswell and has well over 200% in power limit so I feel the limit hasnt much to say really, I will just see if I can even go any higher than 1210Mhz and play around with the voltages. But Watch Dogs came out today, so might not spend to much time thinking about the overclocking part smile.gif

Anyways thanks for you help and I will report back after Ive tried different settings, will do some more valley runs smile.gif

Don't take my word and experience as what you will find to work. That is just my situation and how things work for me :-) Also, if you are running the NEWEST drivers (released in the last 24 hours, Valley is reported to Crash and Artifact severely, so try heaven or firestrike)

As far as watch dogs, I am hearing pretty silly things about it so far, and how it is functioning. When you update, if you have played WDs as well, please give a little insight with your thoughts please.

I have it downloaded, and will not begin to play for a few more weeks, due to extenuating circumstances (IE, not having all of my components currently installed :sadface:)
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Hiya fellas, and and ladies...Here is my Heaven Valley 1.0 Benchmark with my full system specs. The CPU can go faster "5+ GHZ" but I need a slightly better cooler since I am using a 3.5 year old H-50 with 2 Cougar Vortex 120mm fans in a Push Pull setup. Once I get a H-80i or something better or winter is here this is about as fast as I like to run my CPU since I have a little rule of not breaking 70c ever if I can help it thumb.gif

Ok here is my 3.5 year old 2600k at 4635 MHZ 103x45 @1.368v with a Gigabyte P67-UD4-B3 MB 8GB ddr3 1600 Cas 9 Vengence memory Powered by a Corsair TX850 PSU.

Graphics horsepower comes from 2 slightly overclocked EVGA 4GB gtx 770 classified Cooled cards using EVGA precision with +65 on the cores and +319 on the memory.
Primary card ASIC rating is 92.4% letting it run at 1332mhz on the core and 1912.5 on the memory according to GPUZ with temps topping at 70c
Secondary card ASIC rating is only 77.7% letting it run at 1267.3mhz on the core and 1912.5 on the memory according to GPUZ with temps topping at 59c

I ran the Heaven Benchmark at the Extreme HD setting with 8xAA @1920-1080p Heaven reported my primary core speed at 1371mhz and the secondary card at 1345mhz which I know is wrong. The above GPUZ speeds are correct.

AVERAGE FRAME RATE 96.5 fps
SCORE 4037

Unigine Valley Benchmark 1.0

FPS:
96.5
Score:
4037
Min FPS:
37.7
Max FPS:
173.3
System

Platform:
Windows 7 (build 7601, Service Pack 1) 64bit
CPU model:
Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2600K CPU @ 3.40GHz (3501MHz) x4 Actual speed 4635 mhz
GPU model:
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770 9.18.13.3788 (4095MB) x2
Settings

Render:
Direct3D11
Mode:
1920x1080 8xAA fullscreen
Preset
Extreme HD
Powered by UNIGINE Engine
Unigine Corp. © 2005-2013

So what do you all think ? Am I getting the most out of my cards or should I flash my LN2 bios with the best SKYNET Bios ROM file or what smile.gif If I should flash them what file do you PRO's rec??
Seriously what Bios ROM file should I use with my ACX coolers....no funds for water on my cards mad.gif
Thank you all very much ahead of time. redface.gif
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Anyone use catzilla as a tool?

I use Catzilla, but the results aren't all that amazing due to it pretty much giving random scores.. Like the Number 1 user have a score 10x's that of the next person... Check out the "post your Catzilla Scores" and "Catzilla Top 30" Threads. Most of the Users on the top 30 are Classy users right now anyway.
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