Originally Posted by compddd
Have you guys ever seen this? I have my card OCed to 1249 and the max voltage my card will do is 1.187 on stock bios, and whenever I run a benchmark or play a game, the voltage will jump and stay at 1.187 for about a minute and then it settles to 1.175 with a constant boost clock of 1249
Yes that is perfectly fine buddy.... you hit your voltage limit. Same thing happens to my card, starts off at 1.2v then settles at 1.187v
As long as the card is stable then your all good to go.
Originally Posted by GTX780TI2013
after many hours of benching I founded a stable clock:
1290MHz@7000MHz - 1.1500V
interesting is that the fire strike goes even for voltages 1.1250V and 1300MHz GPU, I benching many times and this is work.
I recorded a video with this result. Benching on 3dmark13, all tests and demos beacuse I don't have a key.
Any one have the same??
So judging by what the guys here are saying... 1290 isn't a bin so, it is most likely doing 1280Mhz.
the next up is 1293Mhz, so if i can recommend you to try 1293Mhz instead. That way you are guaranteed running 1293Mhz where as if your doing 1290, its pretty much really 1280Mhz.
I know sounds like some Albert Einstein lecture right ?
And might i add......thats a hell of a card congratulationsEdited by Renairy - 11/28/13 at 1:03am