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Anyone get any decent OC's from the ASUS GTX 770 OC Ed, so far ive just got a boost clock of 1202Mhz how much higher do you guys think i can go
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Anyone get any decent OC's from the ASUS GTX 770 OC Ed, so far ive just got a boost clock of 1202Mhz how much higher do you guys think i can go

Really depends on your card. Every card does not OC the same but if you check out this link, you can see how it did thumb.gif

1208MHz w / memory @ 2000MHz... http://www.hardocp.com/article/2013/06/17/asus_geforce_gtx_770_directcu_ii_video_card_review/3


What about the memory? How high did you get and maintain stability? I have not had time to do any OCing...Hopefully when I get some time off work, I'll test my ASUS 770 biggrin.gif
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you should deff be able to at least get 50mhz more on the core i would imagine, depending on how high you keep that memory OC as that is what seems to make a lot of 770s unstable.
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Really depends on your card. Every card does not OC the same but if you check out this link, you can see how it did thumb.gif

1208MHz w / memory @ 2000MHz... http://www.hardocp.com/article/2013/06/17/asus_geforce_gtx_770_directcu_ii_video_card_review/3


What about the memory? How high did you get and maintain stability? I have not had time to do any OCing...Hopefully when I get some time off work, I'll test my ASUS 770 biggrin.gif

I havnt changed the memory yet or overvolted, i had k-boost on in EVGA Precision but my cards idle temp would be 34 degrees and i didnt like that. It would be cool if k-boost was only activated in 3D apps but oh well.

Any recommendations for mem
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you should deff be able to at least get 50mhz more on the core i would imagine, depending on how high you keep that memory OC as that is what seems to make a lot of 770s unstable.

Havnt changed the mem yet
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1208MHz w / memory @ 2000MHz... http://www.hardocp.com/article/2013/06/17/asus_geforce_gtx_770_directcu_ii_video_card_review/3

Damn son

1306Mhz ingame and 8Ghz mem O.O haha thats insane
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Really depends on your card. Every card does not OC the same but if you check out this link, you can see how it did thumb.gif

1208MHz w / memory @ 2000MHz... http://www.hardocp.com/article/2013/06/17/asus_geforce_gtx_770_directcu_ii_video_card_review/3


What about the memory? How high did you get and maintain stability? I have not had time to do any OCing...Hopefully when I get some time off work, I'll test my ASUS 770 biggrin.gif

Im not sure how the 770 works but a +39 on the core = 1202 yet a +105 = 1267 O.o no idea how that math works lol
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Im not sure how the 770 works but a +39 on the core = 1202 yet a +105 = 1267 O.o no idea how that math works lol

it has to do with how boost works, and no one really knows where the offsets hit this imaginary sliding scale.
one persons +105 may only be 1250, its goofy and confusing which is why no one really talks about the offset numbers.
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it has to do with how boost works, and no one really knows where the offsets hit this imaginary sliding scale.
one persons +105 may only be 1250, its goofy and confusing which is why no one really talks about the offset numbers.

Fair enough but i mean even the 600 series could count better than the gpu boost 2.0 lol
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