Originally Posted by AddictedGamer93
Originally Posted by kizwan
Is that 1.493V? Nice!
So far I only go up to 1.432V. Can my card overclock better with Asus or Tri-X BIOS?
Would that even be safe? My voltages are in the 1.29-1.33 range, and it makes me paranoid.
It's called suicide run
or suicide benching
. (I prefer the former.) It's for short benching, not for 24/7 use. We don't know the voltage limit on this cards. So, it's hard to say whether it's safe or not. Suicide run
is not for fainthearted. I don't recommend go over 1.4V for 24/7. I might willing to run below 1.45V 24/7 though. I already done back-to-back benching @1.422 - 1.432V though.
Originally Posted by Sazz
Arizonian you can update me back to full watercooling again, I gave my AIO kit to my friend and I went back to full EK block.
Was worried about my temps at first since I am only using a single 240mm radiator (EK XT240) on both my CPU and GPU coz I don't have the space to work with my case (Bitfenix Prodigy) but surprisingly enough my temps are the same as my previous build that my 290X was in that used two 240mm radiators which is under 45C. Used EK LTX Supreme for the CPU and its keeping it under 74C (3570k at 1.375v 4.7Ghz) which is surprisingly well.
Sorry for the crappy pic, camera phone xD
And is it just me or w/ Beta Driver 14.1 the core clocks doesn't go down to 2D clocks.
That looks better. I didn't tell you before but I honestly don't understand why you plan to use AIO when downsizing to smaller case. Proper full waterblock work just fine in small form factor case.
It's not just you but it doesn't happen frequently though. In my case I have easy trick to un-stuck the core clock; disable & re-enabled Crossfire. I don't know how to un-stuck core clock with one card though. Did you try restarting the computer or full power cycle?Edited by kizwan - 2/7/14 at 10:49pm