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Hi just wanted to join the club on here!










Respectfully,

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I got my reference card stable up to 1290MHz core on 1.212v. I feel like that was a pretty stellar card though.

I have two ref cards that can do 1290 / 1925 smile.gif

Water changes everything! Ti's love cold
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I have two ref cards that can do 1290 / 1925 smile.gif

Water changes everything! Ti's love cold

So that's 1295 on air? or under water?
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So that's 1295 on air? or under water?

Water. On ref cooler they could barely break 1230. If you're getting 1290 on reference cooling I'd be interested to see what you could get on water smile.gif
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Water. On ref cooler they could barely break 1230. If you're getting 1290 on reference cooling I'd be interested to see what you could get on water smile.gif

Ya, that was on reference cooling. I'd like to see what it could do under water as well... but I just bought a 780 Ti Kingpin and have bought a waterblock for that instead (currently running at 1345MHz on air).
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Nice, I have three ref cards. No point buying that many Classys biggrin.gif. Would love a play with one though.

my three in order @ 1.212v


1250mhz / 1295mhz / 1316mhz/
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Did you try running Heaven with a higher overclock on those settings or did you just look at the monitor and go "yea more voltage!"
Because I just tried it on skyn3t bios with msiafterburner.exe /wi3,20,DD,08 offset which gave me a little over 1.3v and it crashed hardcore when trying to run heaven with my 24/7 stable 1.212v overclock.

I did /ri3,20,DD and it came back 03
So then I did /wi3,20,DD,06 and set voltage in AB to 1.3 This gave me around 1.276 - 1.288 during load. Then I tried 08. This gave me 1.300 - 1.313 during load (using valley). So then i went for all the guts and glory. I applied my 1325mhz overclock and launched heaven and boom artifacts then no signal and I had to hard reset my PC and upon reset I got a BSOD nvlddkm. mad.gif Thats my luck with it so far.

Didn't try heaven as I don't use that for a stability test, not a very good one for that. Played a fee games and did valley, at 1.26v under load with 100% stability.

Try each step and stop at your stable voltage.

Btw artifacts sound like a dud card. I had 3 580lightnings and 1 would artifact with added voltage, RMAd it the one I got didn't artifact.
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damn i guess my 780ti did not make the club i see.gunner.gif
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Still waiting for my 780 ti ghz edition to get back from RMA because out of stock after a month.

Should I get a refund and go for a dual ACX 780 ti classified or should I go for this that I have never heard of before:

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=GX-036-IN&groupid=701&catid=1914&subcat=1402

Or not get a refund at all and wait it out for the 780 ti ghz?
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So it's tax time again, and I figure it's also about time to upgrade from my 670 FTW to a nice 780 ti superclocked, and to allow it to flex it muscles a new 1440p monitor. Will my 850W PSU handle this card? Or would it be prudent to invest in a new PSU as well?
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