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Once you flash to skynet bios , do you guys put the power target to the max ?
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Once you flash to skynet bios , do you guys put the power target to the max ?
I suppose it won't hurt OC-capabilities wink.gif
mfranco702, then don't tell the wife, simple wink.gif
and if you buy a second one and she does find out *ouch* biggrin.gif
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Hot and hotter. To be precise, ACX hot is cooler than the hot on a reference card, and SLI hotter is, well, hotter than SLI on a reference card.

Great choice for a single card, bad call for SLI in most cases, and an outright waste of a few bucks if you're going to water cool.
Don't judge it till you have it yourself smile.gif. Running mine in sli water cooled and not a problem in the world smile.gif. 1350 mhz and 7550 mhz without any artifacting going on smile.gif.
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I'm confused. Do i need to increase Powerlimit at all on my 780 ti?

I ended up at 1235MHZ GPU clock and 3802 Memory clock without touching power limit?

My 3d 11 mark score shows 14889 score.

Are these results legit? I'm not really into benching

I don't know if my GPU can be trusted and if my GPU really hit those clocks.

should i be worried about my gpu blowing up? it has custom coolers (jetstream)
Edited by causese1990 - 12/28/13 at 4:54pm
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It's not going to hurt anything, it's only going to use the power if it needs it.
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Originally Posted by causese1990 View Post

I'm confused. Do i need to increase Powerlimit at all on my 780 ti?

I ended up at 1235MHZ GPU clock and 3802 Memory clock without touching power limit?

My 3d 11 mark score shows 14889 score.

Are these results legit? I'm not really into benching

I don't know if my GPU can be trusted and if my GPU really hit those clocks.

should i be worried about my gpu blowing up? it has custom coolers (jetstream)

you can go up higher and higher on core and memory clocks, but the gpu will throttle down if the power limit is set to stock. Higher power allows the card to take more watts from the psu so it doesnt have to throttle the clock speeds.
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you can go up higher and higher on core and memory clocks, but the gpu will throttle down if the power limit is set to stock. Higher power allows the card to take more watts from the psu so it doesnt have to throttle the clock speeds.

how do i find out when i have to increase power limits?
i want the GPU to use those 1235+- core clock and not throttle down

i'm using a modified bios and the max power target i can set is 130%

precision x monitoring shows 1235. gpu-z too.

at 1270~ the first artifacts appear

My PSU: 750w xfx core edition
CPU: 4820k @4.5ghz

my main problem is that i don't know if those 1235 mhz are real

edit: does power limit increase temperature?
Edited by causese1990 - 12/28/13 at 5:20pm
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So after about 15 minutes of playing dayz, I get massive and unplayable pixel artification, and my sound goes away as soon as I launch any game, I've completely turned all OC's off.. any ideas?

*edit* I also didn't turn anything up too much, n:Do voltage changes or anything like that so I think it might have been the bios? Or I possibly didn't install the bios correctly?

*EDIT #2* I have a 80+ gold certified 1000 watt PSU, I don't think I'm maxing out but could it be possible? I'm using a 4930k.
Edited by koolmande - 12/28/13 at 5:30pm
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Originally Posted by causese1990 View Post

how do i find out when i have to increase power limits?
i want the GPU to use those 1235+- core clock and not throttle down

i'm using a modified bios and the max power target i can set is 130%

precision x monitoring shows 1235. gpu-z too.

at 1270~ the first artifacts appear

My PSU: 750w xfx core edition
CPU: 4820k @4.5ghz

my main problem is that i don't know if those 1235 mhz are real

Try a higher wattage PSU!! You will start to encroach on PSU pretty quick when bolting both a Ti and 2011 CPU.
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A single overvolted 780 Ti and overvolted 4820k will be fine on a 750w psu
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