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I got my GPU to +54mhz seems stable at this not tried memory yet
I was hoping for more tbh
My temps do go up to 85 im on air but was getting 80s temps on stock @1150 MHz
780ti classy
Also is it okay to use a extetion lead to plug my psu into? Or is there special types I can use
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I got my GPU to +54mhz seems stable at this not tried memory yet
I was hoping for more tbh
My temps do go up to 85 im on air but was getting 80s temps on stock @1150 MHz
780ti classy
Also is it okay to use a extetion lead to plug my psu into? Or is there special types I can use

if i recall right, you're using the Boost Enable bios so you're adding 54 to the boost. that's pretty much what i get w/same bios.

i have found i could get better using the Boost Disabled bios. for some reason i believe the voltage is steadier though i use the classy tool more for that.

for me the bios stock switch is boost enabled bios and the LN2 switch is the boost disable bios. gaming on one and benching on the other. wink.gif

btw, run your fans @100% - keep temp throttling down to nothing and gpu-z does give vrms temps in the sensors panel - i like keeping those down to <62c.
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if i recall right, you're using the Boost Enable bios so you're adding 54 to the boost. that's pretty much what i get w/same bios.

i have found i could get better using the Boost Disabled bios. for some reason i believe the voltage is steadier though i use the classy tool more for that.

for me the bios stock switch is boost enabled bios and the LN2 switch is the boost disable bios. gaming on one and benching on the other. wink.gif

btw, run your fans @100% - keep temp throttling down to nothing and gpu-z does give vrms temps in the sensors panel - i like keeping those down to <62c.
MOAR VOLTAGE!

so witch do you use for gaming? how dose voltage affect heat ive changed it form 0.929 to 1212 with out seeing much difference
how high did you get the boost disable bios?

okay ill keep my eye on VRM TEMP

i have power target at 110% is this okay?
how high did you get your memory set?
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I finally broke the 1400mhz barrier on my good card with only 1.29 actual volts.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/5460136
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so witch do you use for gaming? how dose voltage affect heat ive changed it form 0.929 to 1212 with out seeing much difference
how high did you get the boost disable bios?

okay ill keep my eye on VRM TEMP

i have power target at 110% is this okay?
how high did you get your memory set?

i don't OC the mem unless benching valley or fire strike extreme (then about +350 w/1.67v on the mem) - seems to be little to no performance increase when compared to OC the core in gaming.

i'll use the boost enabled for gaming and really don't add anything to clock speed since gaming at 1080 w/780ti classy is pretty much overkill except crysis 3. C3 will be really harsh and eats up OCing; i can only get ~+39 on the core w/1.28v

with boost disabled for benching; i believe i'll get ~1334 core at 1.28v in the classy tool with the core (~64c) and vrms (~60c) with 100% fans.

since the power target is 600 watts @100% in both bioses . .i rarely hit over 55% (330 watts) even using 150% power target (900 watts).

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one day i may decide to see if adjusting the pmw frequency does anything for what i do.
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i don't OC the mem unless benching valley or fire strike extreme (then about +350 w/1.67v on the mem) - seems to be little to no performance increase when compared to OC the core in gaming.

i'll use the boost enabled for gaming and really don't add anything to clock speed since gaming at 1080 w/780ti classy is pretty much overkill except crysis 3. C3 will be really harsh and eats up OCing; i can only get ~+39 on the core w/1.28v

with boost disabled for benching; i believe i'll get ~1334 core at 1.28v in the classy tool with the core (~64c) and vrms (~60c) with 100% fans.

since the power target is 600 watts @100% in both bioses . .i rarely hit over 55% (330 watts) even using 150% power target (900 watts).

edit:
one day i may decide to see if adjusting the pmw frequency does anything for what i do.

My heat was going up to much and was getting throttling while running game benchmarks I lowerd it down to 54 same thing now 41 to try stableise it..
Got the temp target at 85 seems to throttling when it hits this
Think I'm going to upgrade case fans

I'm gaming in 1440p 780ti getts killed lol

So I'll leave power target at 100% lol no point changing it where can you read how much wattage your gpu is useing
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My heat was going up to much and was getting throttling while running game benchmarks I lowerd it down to 54 same thing now 41 to try stableise it..
Got the temp target at 85 seems to throttling when it hits this
Think I'm going to upgrade case fans

I'm gaming in 1440p 780ti getts killed lol

So I'll leave power target at 100% lol no point changing it where can you read how much wattage your gpu is useing

try just taking the side off:
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the heat blows right out (towards me) - i haven't used both sides of my case in over 6 years . . .

also you can raise the temp target in afterburner (click on that small "arrow" next to power limit to show):
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try just taking the side off:



the heat blows right out (towards me) - i haven't used both sides of my case in over 6 years . . .

also you can raise the temp target in afterburner (click on that small "arrow" next to power limit to show):


i seen something about this on PC gamer and says alot of dust can build up my fan filters get full so would not like to do that

is it safe to go above 85 oc for playing games ex.. ?

what do you use the 580 for?
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i seen something about this on PC gamer and says alot of dust can build up my fan filters get full so would not like to do that

is it safe to go above 85 oc for playing games ex.. ?

what do you use the 580 for?

not sure what your case fan set up is but not sure how taking the side off would increase the amount of dust getting on the filters. in the case maybe but the filters . . ? ?

a can of compressed air every few months takes care of that. having the rig right in front of me on my desk/table remind me to do it when needed. i keep a can in a drawer within arm's reach.

i like physX in metro 2033 and Last Light and also borderlands 2; the 570 is for that. i had a 550ti before (with the 570 then 780 as a primary) but then i thought - i have this nice 750 watt psu . . . it does hardly use anything though with the most hitting 30% load as a physX card.

though no, i really wouldn't suggest keeping a gpu above 85c if gaming for hours. i suggested that to help with throttling while benching. sorry i ought to have clarified that.
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i seen something about this on PC gamer and says alot of dust can build up my fan filters get full so would not like to do that

is it safe to go above 85 oc for playing games ex.. ?

what do you use the 580 for?

not sure what your case fan set up is but not sure how taking the side off would increase the amount of dust getting on the filters. in the case maybe but the filters . . ? ?

a can of compressed air every few months takes care of that. having the rig right in front of me on my desk/table remind me to do it when needed. i keep a can in a drawer within arm's reach.

i like physX in metro 2033 and Last Light and also borderlands 2; the 570 is for that. i had a 550ti before (with the 570 then 780 as a primary) but then i thought - i have this nice 750 watt psu . . . it does hardly use anything though with the most hitting 30% load as a physX card.

though no, i really wouldn't suggest keeping a gpu above 85c if gaming for hours. i suggested that to help with throttling while benching. sorry i ought to have clarified that.

Yeh my filters get full of dust all ready.. I meant the case getting full off dust..
Well I was getting high temps really annoying me (getting some noctuas tomorrow to replace my corsair quite ed fans) corsair mini atx case
I took the case off and temps dropped from 82-85 under load to 75 at +71MHz 1228MHz I'm happy at the any higher and get artefacts and crashes
But big temp drop with side off smile.gif
Just need better fans and to keep it cool




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