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FTFY skyn3t ....

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Pity you can't +rep Moderators. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by alancsalt View Post

FTFY skyn3t ....


Is that Sky's mobile bios modding lab? I'm sure he's in there modding some new bios... biggrin.gif




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Originally Posted by Arizonian View Post

Some comparison between the two in my favorite FPS games. smile.gif

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BF4 64 FPS
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For whatever it's worth comparison of performance, pricing and game bundles at default.

Arizonian dont you think it would be more appropriate to pit the custom ASUS R9-290X vs a custom 780Ti rather than vs the reference? tongue.gif

Asus DCUII OC AMD R9 290X - 1050 Mhz Core / 5.0 Gbps Memory (Reference 290X currently at speculating this )
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BF4 62 FPS
Crysis 3 43 FPS

Palit GeForce GTX 780 Ti Jetstream - 980 Mhz Core 1046 Mhz Boost / 7.0 Gbps Memory ()
I dont know about bundles or whatnot.

BF4 69 FPS
Crysis 3 48 FPS
Edited by Koniakki - 12/18/13 at 11:58pm
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Anyone else playing Battlefield 4 getting Intermittent crashing or freezing?

I lowered my overclock from 1241 MHz Core boosts to 1237 MHz Core boosts and I seem to be fine but haven't played long enough to get these crashes.

So I'm just curious if this is a game issue, a driver issue or if I actually just had too much of an overclock. Previously with the same overclock I had no issues for quite some time, then all of a sudden this cropped up.

I just did a complete reinstall of Windows 8.1 Pro last night to remove any reminiscence of possible AMD drivers from my system. Will be gaming later tonight to test this through the weekend, just thought I put out a feeler to see if I was not the only one.

BF4 is quite sensible to unstable overclocks, and freezing (DirectX error in the background) is the way it complains. It also artifacts, but I've discovered artifacting does not mean unstable, I was able to play for hours with artifacts and no crashes (it may have been luck, though). Anyway, artifacts are not good in my eyes, so I either lower the core or up the voltage.
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Correct, as Arizonian mentioned, you're pretty much guaranteed 1200 MHz on a reference GTX 780 Ti. thumb.gif

A 1200+ Mhz GTX 780 Ti tears apart any other single GPU out right now, let alone a 1300+ MHz GTX 780 Ti with 7900 MHz mem biggrin.gif

Just to clarify guys, we are talking about boost speeds here right?

Because 1200 + on a ref at non boost speed is crazy... on air that is.

I'm running 190 + at the moment....


Edited by SardaukarHades - 12/19/13 at 12:39am
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For some reasons it feels so gooood to see your card on top of everything else.. biggrin.gif

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Just to clarify guys, we are talking about boost speeds here right?

Because 1200 + on a ref at non boost speed is crazy... on air that is.

I'm running 190 + at the moment....


I was referring to ref GTX 780 Ti's using skyn3t's BIOS, but you should still be able to hit 1200mhz core with the stock BIOS nonetheless..
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Just to clarify guys, we are talking about boost speeds here right?

I'm talking about 1200mhz with the none-boost Skyn3t bios.
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Originally Posted by Koniakki View Post

Arizonian dont you think it would be more appropriate to pit the custom ASUS R9-290X vs a custom 780Ti rather than vs the reference? tongue.gif

Asus DCUII OC AMD R9 290X - 1050 Mhz Core / 5.0 Gbps Memory (Reference 290X currently at speculating this )
Battlefield 4 Bundle

BF4 62 FPS
Crysis 3 43 FPS

Palit GeForce GTX 780 Ti Jetstream - 980 Mhz Core 1046 Mhz Boost / 7.0 Gbps Memory ()
I dont know about bundles or whatnot.

BF4 69 FPS
Crysis 3 48 FPS

Need to see how high we can push each card in 24/7 voltages before making a judgement. Can TSMC 22nm comfortably run 1.3V on air?
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Need to see how high we can push each card in 24/7 voltages before making a judgement. Can TSMC 22nm comfortably run 1.3V on air?

Maybe not the best comparison but Ivy and Haswell are 22nm and they are fine at 1.3volts, so are Titans and 780 (both GK110 parts)
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