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Reporting in. Got a pair of these and may pick up a third. I've been riding the red train for quite a while and finally hopped back onto green at a good deal ;)

 

What kind of OCs have people been getting, with which BIOS version? Anyone here watercool yet? Tri-sli scaling decent?

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GPU-Z Validation http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/a8q8a/

Using skyn3t-stock bios, +220/+300 on default voltage settings looks stable (15 minutes of furmark and few hours of far cry 3).


What is the difference between the Afterburner Beta 15 SE and Beta 18? I'm currently using Beta 18, but was wondering if I should switch to the older one.
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First of all, i would like to join in on the Owners Club. So here is my submission to join in:

Got the card a while back, but now i have finally joined in, also i had a problem with a USB to VGA converter driver, so i couldn't benchmark. This is all sorted out now, and i can benchmark my rig to 9876 3Dmark Firestrike atm, with an old I5 2500K.

I got a little question, when i got this card on the stock bios, the an okay OC at the moment, or should i be able to pressure it higher? I got hynix Memory?



My goal is to reach 10k firestrike, because a freind of mine can only reach 7k and he got the 680 DCU II. So he is getting pretty mad at me now because my Rig went from 560TI x2 SLI to a MSI GTX 780 Lightning.

Also when i go LN2 Bios i don't feel like i can clock it any higher anyways. i have also tried to use the RBBY's Tool and that diden't work out for me very good don't know why.

Hope to join your community and have some good time thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Noddy93 View Post

First of all, i would like to join in on the Owners Club. So here is my submission to join in:

Got the card a while back, but now i have finally joined in, also i had a problem with a USB to VGA converter driver, so i couldn't benchmark. This is all sorted out now, and i can benchmark my rig to 9876 3Dmark Firestrike atm, with an old I5 2500K.

I got a little question, when i got this card on the stock bios, the an okay OC at the moment, or should i be able to pressure it higher? I got hynix Memory?



My goal is to reach 10k firestrike, because a freind of mine can only reach 7k and he got the 680 DCU II. So he is getting pretty mad at me now because my Rig went from 560TI x2 SLI to a MSI GTX 780 Lightning.

Also when i go LN2 Bios i don't feel like i can clock it any higher anyways. i have also tried to use the RBBY's Tool and that diden't work out for me very good don't know why.

Hope to join your community and have some good time thumb.gif

go to ln2 .. use skynet bios for hynix and with stock cooling you reach 1300 core easy...i have elpida so my mem is only 1605 but core 1300 on ln2 skynet bios and firestrike 10390
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Thank you thank you smile.gif do you have any link or anything on how to flash the Bios smile.gif im pretty new to this smile.gif im a Casemodder, not an OC'er smile.gif
post #2436 of 5050
Meh...


Do you guys think it's worth the hassle of returning, or is this acceptable enough to atleast get a half decent overclock from on air. (I have hynix memory)
Edited by sharkeyy - 1/13/14 at 11:56am
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Meh...


Do you guys think it's worth the hassle of returning, or is this acceptable enough to atleast get a half decent overclock from on air. (I have hynix memory)

If you have a Hynix card then keep it. ASIC quality has noting to do with how good a GPU overclocks. All of these chips are binned, regardless of ASIC quality. In my experience higher ASIC means lower voltage needed to hit higher clocks (less leakage), but it does not have anything to do with how high your card can hit. I had two 7950's both had 89 % ASIC's one hit 1320MHz and the other hit 1200Mhz. on air. Also, both high ASIC cards consumed a ton of power when overvolted, much more vs. other lower ASIC 7950's I compared them too.
Edited by Face2Face - 1/13/14 at 12:20pm
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If you have a Hynix card then keep it. ASIC quality has noting to do with how good a GPU overclocks. All of these chips are binned, regardless of ASIC quality. In my experience higher ASIC means lower voltage needed to hit higher clocks (less leakage), but it does not have anything to do with how high your card can hit. I had two 7950's both had 89 % ASIC's one hit 1320MHz and the other hit 1200Mhz. on air. Also, both high ASIC cards consumed a ton of power when overvolted, much more vs. other lower ASIC 7950's I compared them too.
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Thank you thank you smile.gif do you have any link or anything on how to flash the Bios smile.gif im pretty new to this smile.gif im a Casemodder, not an OC'er smile.gif

info is on first page this forum ...


i have elpida asic is 71 and with rev2 bios without voltage 1250 core 1610 memory .. with 1,33 voltage 1350 core but on air you must cool with 100 percent fan....what is max voltage on 780 lightning on air????
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info is on first page this forum ...


i have elpida asic is 71 and with rev2 bios without voltage 1250 core 1610 memory .. with 1,33 voltage 1350 core but on air you must cool with 100 percent fan....what is max voltage on 780 lightning on air????

Temps will be the limiting factor with any card on air, and each card is slightly different on how it reacts to increased voltage.. My card has been pushed to 1.4v on air, but the temps are too high for gaming (high- 80's) fine for benching though. I game @ 1.2v ,but 1.3-1.35v should be perfectly fine, granted you can keep in below 85c - really 80c if you can. I would try to bring up your memory clock, without it being higher you will see the scaling from 1250 to 1350 is not going to be good at all. Run some gaming benchmarks to see for yourself. I ran several benchmarks and saw 5-6% in increased performance going from 1150/1650 to 1320/1650 - which pretty much sucks IMO frown.gif GK110 loves memory bandwidth - Tahiti, the cards I came off of barley respond to higher memory bandwidth, but GTX 780's really do. For 1300Mhz, you really need 1700Mhz+ to see decent gains. This is why I have a love hate relationship with my Lightning. MSI denies the fact they put crap memory in a top tier card... My reference GTX 780 had samsung memory and would clock to 1800Mhz+ easy...... mad.gif
Edited by Face2Face - 1/13/14 at 12:50pm
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Originally Posted by neoroy View Post

Yup Elpida usually have lower overclock than others, so I guess you have to lower your OC'ed memory in 3rd card and make it same clock with your 1&2 cards. I bet your 3rd card will perform higher memory overclocking than others smile.gif
Mine at 1300/1600MHz +100mv (1.25v) with Skyn3t rev2 got max memory temp of 60c while running Valley... btw I'm on open rig/benchtable ^_^
Yup you are right Bishop07764, btw I don't have SLI cards biggrin.gif but hoevito does have SLI smile.gif

Sorry. I quoted the wrong post. It was meant for hoevito.
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