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Not sure if this has been answered but what's the max 24/7 voltage under a full water cooling loop?

I have a full loop and try to make 1.3 volts my max 24/7 voltage. Others can tell you what they would be comfortable with. Temps definitely aren't an issue so far at least. The voltage limit is hit far before any thermal limit. The highest my gpu has gone watercooled has been 41c. I haven't pushed my voltage past 1.3 volts...yet anyway.tongue.gif
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They do just beg to be pushed yeah. I guess the coil whine makes me a bit nervous. It is quite loud at 1.3 volts. How is it on yours? I am just coming from cards that I never pushed beyond 1.213 volts. I'm just not used to a card that can push anywhere near this power. biggrin.gif

I hear ya smile.gif Before this card I had a golden 7950 that could hit 1320/1900 @ 1.235v on air for benches. Under-water who knows? Anyway, I don't experience coil whine unless the FPS of a given game or bench goes into the 400FPS+ range. My card wasn't making any electrical noise putting 1.4v to her.
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I hear ya smile.gif Before this card I had a golden 7950 that could hit 1320/1900 @ 1.235v on air for benches. Under-water who knows? Anyway, I don't experience coil whine unless the FPS of a given game or bench goes into the 400FPS+ range. My card wasn't making any electrical noise putting 1.4v to her.

Mine is definitely different then. Mine is whining something terrible when I run a benchmark like Valley at just 1.25 volts. It's kind of surprising since the gpu reactor seems like it should eliminate most of it. Then again, it may just be my old psu screaming for mercy. Also, I finally did try for 1500 with 1.4 volts. It artifacts on me, and I couldn't bring myself to try and complete the run. redface.gif
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Hmm I didn't know you had to apply it afterwards in afterburner but i guess i must have been doing it accidentally everytime because it did eventually show up in afterburner ... so yes that is happening to me but no matter how much voltage i put i can't get 1400 core or 7000 memory (although 7Ghz on Eplida is probably not possible without watercooling ... ) and temps go max around 76c i think thats after a full firestrike run in 3DMark, also have scored 10378 highest so far ... that was at +320 core and +250 memory, don't know if thats low or not though ...

No one on these forumz or anyone else I know of that have a Lightning with elpida has gone past 6,5 ghz stable on the mems! No matter the volt or cooling. Elpida is just bad, and the d!k at msi headquarters that authorised the use of those mems on a card which says "built to be perfect" on the box, should be taken out back and shot dead, then thrown in a dumbster with the rest of the garbage, preferably callback elpida mems that they thrown out.

Originally the Lightning was supposed to have samsung mems, atleast the cards that was pre-released to the press had Samsungs. Those OC awesome!

I guess that was just a trick to fool the press to give better reviews than they deserved.

Anyhoo it's safe to say I'm never buying a product from MSI ever again. Was actually going for the evga 780 classy to begin with, but msi's little deception got me more in to the lighting. But ey, learning is a life long process! Hopefully I can unload these chit cards on some sucker and get a pair of evga 780ti KPE.

Btw, you said valley crashes? They throttle and crash @90 celsius. You won't go past 1300mhz without aqua. And then you'll need to always remember to give some extra volt with rbby tool every time.

On air flash skyn3t's ln2 bios then just slide all that volt and power crap to max. Set the core to +300 and mem to +224

You won't run stable on more than that clock. (Pretty much)

Fan control in afterburner you set on a 0-100% starting at 20 and maxing on 70 degrees Celsius.

There you go that's the no BS straight answer OC for msi 780 Lightning with the twinfrozr cooler.

Ps. If you want to make a valley run on 1400mhz core just for the lulz .. then set all fans manually to 100% using the fan-tool (idiotic extra software) then use rbby tool to add 225 to the core. You write it in, then press send, then change a setting in afterburner like turn auto fan on then off again. Then hit apply. Maybe you'll succeed in a 1400mhz valley run. Anyways you won't get much performance increase on these cards past 1300mhz core, not without boosting the mems! But even hynix wont got much further than 7.3 .. so yea .. F* it!
Edited by GOLDDUBBY - 2/3/14 at 3:06pm
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You're welcome Skyn3t, I've posted on his thread smile.gif and thank you also for your 780 lightning modded BIOS thumb.gif I really love it, mate wink.gif
Hmm still abit low, this is mine with 1254/1650MHz with Firestrike :
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But I use Skyn3t's modded BIOS that has no boost so it's steady 1254MHz while benching.

Thanks for the info. I do have a graphics score of 12060. The score I listed previously (~10400) was the overall score.
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Thanks for the info. I do have a graphics score of 12060. The score I listed previously (~10400) was the overall score.

Then I guess your score is normal. mate. No worry about it thumb.gif
Nice you got either Hynix or Samsung memory I suppose.
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Thanks!

You would also need to make sure your ambient was about 21c as well. I have noticed some people Lightnings run hotter than others. Mine is the class that runs hotter. Not sure if this has something to do with the ASIC quality (83%) or it being an A1 rather than a B1. I will say my older high ASIC 7950 (89%) ran hotter, consumed more power when overclocked and had hotter VRM's then everybody else's with lower ASIC's 7950's...

You're welcome, Mate wink.gif

My ambient is more hotter than yours maybe 26c, that's why I very curious why my VRM temp is so low at 54c max with +100mv at 1300MHz.. It should be more than 60c, I guess so.
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Mine is definitely different then. Mine is whining something terrible when I run a benchmark like Valley at just 1.25 volts. It's kind of surprising since the gpu reactor seems like it should eliminate most of it. Then again, it may just be my old psu screaming for mercy. Also, I finally did try for 1500 with 1.4 volts. It artifacts on me, and I couldn't bring myself to try and complete the run. redface.gif

Stinks redface.gif Still, you have one of the best Lightning's on this thread. God rays shined down on your card when they went to install the memory chips.. biggrin.gif Also you can hit mid 1400's with pretty low voltage.

I ran Valley last night @ 1502/1656 - Took about 1.42v to get her stable with no artifacts. I even had her up to around 1550Mhz.... but she started to artifact half way through the test, then driver's stopped responding. She needed around 1.45v to get there. My poor PSU was screaming " Help me" as I pushed the voltage knife deeper into the Lightning..

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Stinks redface.gif Still, you have one of the best Lightning's on this thread. God rays shined down on your card when they went to install the memory chips.. biggrin.gif Also you can hit mid 1400's with pretty low voltage.

I ran Valley last night @ 1502/1656 - Took about 1.42v to get her stable with no artifacts. I even had her up to around 1550Mhz.... but she started to artifact half way through the test, then driver's stopped responding. She needed around 1.45v to get there. My poor PSU was screaming " Help me" as I pushed the voltage knife deeper into the Lightning..


Both of my lightnings with Elpida memory topped out just over 1700Mhz (6800). This run was also 1502 core, with a 4770k but much of the score difference was in the extra memory clock



& compared to a Lightning with Samsung memory at 1950Mhz (7800), 300Mhz more on the cpu in this one.

    
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Both of my lightnings with Elpida memory topped out just over 1700Mhz (6800). This run was also 1502 core, with a 4770k but much of the score difference was in the extra memory clock

& compared to a Lightning with Samsung memory at 1950Mhz (7800), 300Mhz more on the cpu in this one.

Wow! Very nice thumb.gif Do you recollect how much voltage each card took to hit those clocks? Also, how were these cards cooled? Water or LN2?
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