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Originally Posted by schoolofmonkey View Post

Thanks Ed you have been a good help.
But this doesn't explain and electrical Buzz with EVERY card put under load on this motherboard. (Happens along side the whine)
Also its only just started happening, the Gigabyte never Buzzed, it was only after putting in the ASUS card I heard that noise, and I've had the HD7750 in my machine before with no noise.
(The HD7750 is my sons card and it doesn't make a peep in his machine)

The only major difference is the Kraken X60, which I will probably remove completely today instead of just unplugging it.

I'm doing a upgrade on the 29th to a Haswell and the wife inherits my stuff (Shop only does photo editing).
Hopefully that fixes everything because there's nothing left that can cause it.

Probably the buzz you hear comes from the motherboard coils, along with some cards that buzz and whine too! smile.gif


Cheers

Ed

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Well doh, I tried nvdia inspector to force a different profile but it can't down throttle to like 500Mhz or whatever lower freq's I try. The lower limit is only what I can adjust from Evga's slider.

Anyone else have this issue?

also, after flashing the stock bios back on, it also wasn't able to throttle back down either. Wonder if its something with my card?
post #10003 of 16499
Oh interesting, i pressed the Kboost option and it was able to throttle back down ... i guess that was the trick.
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Oh interesting, i pressed the Kboost option and it was able to throttle back down ... i guess that was the trick.

Yes, you have to disable K-boost to return your voltage and clocks down! thumb.gif

Cheers

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Originally Posted by OccamRazor View Post

Probably the buzz you hear comes from the motherboard coils, along with some cards that buzz and whine too! smile.gif


Cheers

Ed

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If he's using an extreme4 it most probably is the coils on that mobo, it really doesn't have the best parts out there. I think sin showed that it was even using mosfets that are subpar / outdated
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post #10006 of 16499
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Originally Posted by OccamRazor View Post

Probably the buzz you hear comes from the motherboard coils, along with some cards that buzz and whine too! smile.gif


Cheers

Ed

(Team skyn3t)

Yeah I get you.
I feel really silly you know..

Why did you think it only just started after the ASUS GTX780ti OC, this HD7750 never buzzed in this machine, actually no card did till then?
post #10007 of 16499
Finally got an EK block on my TI!! smile.gif Still not a great overclocking card, getting artifacts in Heaven anything over 1274mhz!
post #10008 of 16499
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Originally Posted by Muskiehunter View Post

Finally got an EK block on my TI!! smile.gif Still not a great overclocking card, getting artifacts in Heaven anything over 1274mhz!
That's almost a 50% OC over the standard clocks for a 780Ti. I would say it's not that bad really. Considering Gigabyte can't even put out a card that's stable at 1100mhz......
post #10009 of 16499
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Originally Posted by Jimhans1 View Post

That's almost a 50% OC over the standard clocks for a 780Ti. I would say it's not that bad really. Considering Gigabyte can't even put out a card that's stable at 1100mhz......


The first TI I had ( Smoked it on a G10) would push 1320mhz on 1.212v, now that I have a full cover and custom loop I may look into 1.3v mod
post #10010 of 16499
Iv'e seen som people writing about GTX 780ti 1.3v mod. Is it possible? And how? My sli gtx780ti are stable at 1330/1880, so i'm very pleased. BUT i always want more. And yes i know, i should have gotten the Classy cards.thumb.gif
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