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If you are allowing the card to use more power then the temperature has to go up.

Are you running stock fan profile or setting a custom one in Precision? The stock one allows the card to heat up easily.
Of course, I tuned the fan - 62% (~2000rpm) starting from 58c. Then I decided to slide the power target only to 110% but the temperature didn't fall down. About 10 minutes in BF4 with 80c and my system rebooted. ***
post #5142 of 16481
I am having trouble with my Inno3D iChill 780Ti since of today.

After booting up the card performs well and is as fast as expected at the clocks and voltages set. Usually after 20 Minutes of Battlefield 4 the performance is starting to drop. Running Fire Strike right after boot gets me around 11300 points. After 20 Minutes of BF4 its everywhere between 6000-9000 Points!!!

Only fix is rebooting the system and start again.

Clocks and Volts remain the same during gaming and benchmarking.

Currently she is running stable in all games and benchmarks at the following:
GPU Clock 1241
Ram Clock 1824
VCore 1.212
Temperature never above 75°C, usually below 70°C.

Tried stock Bios and the one offered here in the Thread. Same behaviour with both.

Restarting EVGA Precision X or altering clocks and voltages doesnt fix the problem. Performance drops and drops until reboot.

Any help is much appreciated!
post #5143 of 16481
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Originally Posted by eivissa View Post

I am having trouble with my Inno3D iChill 780Ti since of today.

After booting up the card performs well and is as fast as expected at the clocks and voltages set. Usually after 20 Minutes of Battlefield 4 the performance is starting to drop. Running Fire Strike right after boot gets me around 11300 points. After 20 Minutes of BF4 its everywhere between 6000-9000 Points!!!

Only fix is rebooting the system and start again.

Clocks and Volts remain the same during gaming and benchmarking.

Currently she is running stable in all games and benchmarks at the following:
GPU Clock 1241
Ram Clock 1824
VCore 1.212
Temperature never above 75°C, usually below 70°C.

Tried stock Bios and the one offered here in the Thread. Same behaviour with both.

Restarting EVGA Precision X or altering clocks and voltages doesnt fix the problem. Performance drops and drops until reboot.

Any help is much appreciated!

What clock speed is it running AFTER the performance drops?
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Clocks + Volts + Temps remain unchanged all the time, just the performance drops significantly.

I can see it being constant on my LCD on the Logitech Keyboard via Aida64 plugin and on GPU-Z...thats the weird part.

Here is Firestrike just after booting with a normal result:
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/1402456

And here just a couple of minutes later, after a session of BF4:
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/1402528
post #5145 of 16481
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Originally Posted by eivissa View Post

I am having trouble with my Inno3D iChill 780Ti since of today.

After booting up the card performs well and is as fast as expected at the clocks and voltages set. Usually after 20 Minutes of Battlefield 4 the performance is starting to drop. Running Fire Strike right after boot gets me around 11300 points. After 20 Minutes of BF4 its everywhere between 6000-9000 Points!!!

Only fix is rebooting the system and start again.

Clocks and Volts remain the same during gaming and benchmarking.

Currently she is running stable in all games and benchmarks at the following:
GPU Clock 1241
Ram Clock 1824
VCore 1.212
Temperature never above 75°C, usually below 70°C.

Tried stock Bios and the one offered here in the Thread. Same behaviour with both.

Restarting EVGA Precision X or altering clocks and voltages doesnt fix the problem. Performance drops and drops until reboot.

Any help is much appreciated!

It seems to me that your memory overclock may be the issue. Sometimes errors build up without crashing and you get lower performance.

A restart clears the memory and away you go again.

So try it with stock memory clocks and see what happens.
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Reducing the DDR clock back to factory OC of 7200 didnt solve the issue, but GPU Core from 1241 down to 1215Mhz seems to have cured it. Very weird behaviour, but hopefully with these settings it stays ok.

Thanks for the very fast advice guys!
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A bit off topic question:

I would like to know if a 780ti will saturate and bottle neck this gpu slot. PCIe 2.0 x16 (x4 mode)

It will be added to the 780 in the folding rig in my sig. and be used for folding not gaming.

I am entertaining the thought in anticipation of being able to acquire an returned "open box" one from a local Microcenter.

I will switch the 760 PS into that rig.
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A bit off topic question:

I would like to know if a 780ti will saturate and bottle neck this gpu slot. PCIe 2.0 x16 (x4 mode)

It will be added to the 780 in the folding rig in my sig. and be used for folding not gaming.

I am entertaining the thought in anticipation of being able to acquire an returned "open box" one from a local Microcenter.

I will switch the 760 PS into that rig.

It will not run at all in that slot, requires at least an x8 slot both for data and power reasons.
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Beautiful, ain't it?

Did you need to mod the backplates at all to work with the EK blocks??
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