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So does that mean the EVGA live monitor reading is correct and its running at 1301mhz? or is there a definitive program to get the actually core speed reading?

If it is running 1301mhz and passes more various benches I will be happy as I've looked into it and that's a very decent OC on air and although it can be pushed further with new bios and more voltage it still runs cool and quiet at this OC which is something else I prefer.


Thanks

PX is based on riva tuner (like AB, same base but different development), It monitors real-time clocks straight from the chip! wink.gif
Boost affects the real readings in stock bios, with skyn3t's bios that doesnt happen! biggrin.gif


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Thanks a ton! biggrin.gif

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Hmm...is it a particular issue that I get "WARNING: Firmware image PCI Subsystem ID (3842.2883) does not match adapter PCI Subsystem ID (3842.2881) when trying to flash to my EVGA?

I don't recall having this error when I flashed my Asus'. =/

Are you flashing the ASUS or the EVGA? tongue.gif
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Are you flashing the ASUS or the EVGA? tongue.gif
Single GPU flash and selected my EVGA. I double checked the adapter in GPU-Z as well. =/
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Single GPU flash and selected my EVGA. I double checked the adapter in GPU-Z as well. =/

Just press "Y' and "Y' wink.gif


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Just press "Y' and "Y' wink.gif


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Well...that seems simple enough. Haha

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Tried overvolting to 1.212V while having raised the power limit to max? I honestly can't think of anything else that can help out.

Yeah it's fully overvolted. I tried again and re-flashed. It's much better but I'm still having the same problem where these games will ignore my overclock and only run at the base clock speed of 1046 MHz while other games are running at ~1200 MHz with my overclock. Thanks for all your help.
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Yeah it's fully overvolted. I tried again and re-flashed. It's much better but I'm still having the same problem where these games will ignore my overclock and only run at the base clock speed of 1046 MHz while other games are running at ~1200 MHz with my overclock. Thanks for all your help.

Is your gpu usage low?

For me, Hitman doesn't like SLI very much. Gpu use drops and because of that, so will the clocks.
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Not sure if it's related but I've been using the Skynet BIOS on and off flashing back to the stock BIOS, but occasionally on post or reboot I will receive Q code B2. Till I cut power completely and then it will post fine.

Might be totally unrelated as have been having a few issues with a USB mouse that will stop working till you either replug it in, or cut power to the rig. But either way theres no display signal when it occurs. Just one of those niggling things.
Edited by Silent Scone - 2/27/14 at 7:47am
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So the fijipoly thermal pads came in but from initial appearances the stuff looks rather thin. I know it is 0.5 and thinner is usually better but I am worried about the stuff making complete contact with the memory. I haven't taken my reference cooler off but I remember from having put it on the first time the EVGA thermal pads seemed a little thicker.

Strangely enough, every where I have looked said 0.5 was the correct thickness for EVGA graphics cards. Any one know if this is the correct thermal pad size for the reference cooler or if I should be fine using the 0.5?
Edited by h2spartan - 2/27/14 at 9:48am
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So the fijipoly thermal pads came in but from initial appearances the stuff looks rather thin. I know it is 0.5 and thinner is usually better but I am worried about the stuff making complete contact with the memory. I haven't taken my reference cooler off but I remember from having put it on the first time the EVGA thermal pads seemed a little thicker.

Strangely enough, every where I have looked said 0.5 was the correct thickness for EVGA graphics cards. Any one know if this is the correct thermal pad size for the reference cooler or if I should be fine using the 0.5?
You should be fine, and of course you could always add a little bit of thermal paste on top of the pads (yes that works AND adds a little thickness)
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