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Sounds nice to me. Welcome.
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http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/aezyk/

Hey there, just got this card today, initial overclocking has landed me with 1228MHz Boost on the core and 7000Gbps on Mem, sound good to you? Seems pretty awesome to me tongue.gif

It's a B1 with Hynix mem chips and an ASIC of 73.8%.

Which bios ?
post #3453 of 5050
80.80.21.00.36 (P2083-0021)

more testing has proven that the core was too high for multiple heaven runs and some games, works without artifacts for at least one run though..

Still working on completely stable core. Memory is rock solid at 1752MHz though, tested for 4+hours in heaven thumb.gif
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Hey guys, can so
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Memory is rock solid at 1752MHz though, tested for 4+hours in heaven thumb.gif

That sounds good, but heaven is not Bf4.
I for example can only go up to 1700 in Bf4. In other games or in heaven i can go up to 1750 or 1800.
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Hey guys, can so
That sounds good, but heaven is not Bf4.
I for example can only go up to 1700 in Bf4. In other games or in heaven i can go up to 1750 or 1800.

I second this. I could do heaven all day long with my memory at +800 but Crysis 3 will crash with anything over +600 on mine.
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+599 is still above 7Ghz and adding volt above 1.7v only seems to make them more unstable. My stable max mem seems to be +599 so.. might this be the general sweet-spot ?
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How much does a vram OC help on these cards while gaming? I know it makes a significant difference for synthetic tests like Valley, but I'm curious on how much it impacts actual games.
post #3458 of 5050
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How much does a vram OC help on these cards while gaming? I know it makes a significant difference for synthetic tests like Valley, but I'm curious on how much it impacts actual games.

some examples (old test)


Batman AC MAXED 2560x1440 MSAA8x

GTX 780 1006/6000Mhz



GTX 780 1280/6000Mhz = + 12% fps avg / 20% fps min



GTX 780 1280/7300Mhz = + 25% fps avg / 35% fps min




need for speed shift 2560x1440 SGSSAA4x

2013-07-25 19:28:14 - shift
Frames: 5487 - Time: 61437ms - Avg: 89.311 - Min: 77 - Max: 102 = default

2013-07-25 20:01:11 - shift
Frames: 6191 - Time: 60703ms - Avg: 101.988 - Min: 88 - Max: 116 = OC core

2013-07-25 20:28:20 - shift
Frames: 6598 - Time: 61156ms - Avg: 107.888 - Min: 94 - Max: 123 = OC core/mem


Con Hitman Absolution ULTRA, 2560x1440, FXAA:

GTX 780 993/6GHz

2013-07-25 18:25:34 - HMA
Frames: 2009 - Time: 25437ms - Avg: 78.979 - Min: 73 - Max: 88

GTX 780 1215/6GHz

2013-07-25 18:27:18 - HMA
Frames: 2296 - Time: 25922ms - Avg: 88.573 - Min: 81 - Max: 95

GTX 780 1215/7.3GHz

2013-07-25 18:28:38 - HMA
Frames: 2489 - Time: 25704ms - Avg: 96.833 - Min: 90 - Max: 105
post #3459 of 5050
Nice. That is more of a boost than I was expecting. Thanks!
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Nice. That is more of a boost than I was expecting. Thanks!


last test, done now:


GTX 780 1000/6000MHz


GTX780 1400/6000MHz

+ 19% performance

GTX780 1400/7400MHz
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+ 33% performance

for comparison: biggrin.gif




I love this video card.
overclocking is a beast. biggrin.gif

nvidia video cards is the best in my opinion.
shame about the prices too high for some cards ((Titan,Titan BE and Titan Z rolleyes.gif )
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