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Well i just bumped it up (testing purposes) to 1.162v +115 on the core 1200mhz ran 2 loops of Heaven and didn't crash this time!

Should i maybe do increments now on that voltage to see how far i can go on that voltage, or just ramp it up to 1.212v? thumb.gif

You could do it either way.

Personally, I set it to 1.212v and then test because I know that voltage is 100% safe.
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You could do it either way.

Personally, I set it to 1.212v and then test because I know that voltage is 100% safe.

Alrighty! So i'll ramp it up to 1.212v do incriments of 10mhz and see how we go!

Thanks for the help! and i'll report back soon after some testing thumb.gif

And to Ed, i'll update my sig once I am done here mate

Cheers again!!

Standby tongue.gif
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So far so good this is what my settings are at the moment.. No crashing, or artifacts as of yet! still raising the core by 10mhz at a time

http://i.imgur.com/Rni6TWj.jpg
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So far so good this is what my settings are at the moment.. No crashing, or artifacts as of yet! still raising the core by 10mhz at a time

http://i.imgur.com/Rni6TWj.jpg

Getting there!

Average is probably 1254 mhz. Some can do more but very few do less.
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Getting there!

Average is probably 1254 mhz. Some can do more but very few do less.

If I can reach that I'll be happy providing it seems to be a good number. Once I get them under water I'll be able to go further wouldn't I?

Also one more question before I forget. Once I reach a stable core clock what should I start the memory overclock at? Start at 0 and do increments of 10mhz again or 50mhz?
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If I can reach that I'll be happy providing it seems to be a good number. Once I get them under water I'll be able to go further wouldn't I?

Also one more question before I forget. Once I reach a stable core clock what should I start the memory overclock at? Start at 0 and do increments of 10mhz again or 50mhz?

Once they are under water, you most certainly will get further. In fact, once underwater, you can use the Classified tool to up voltage and be safe doing it because the water will be keeping the cards cooler.

As for memory, you could probably start at +200 mhz and go increments of 25.
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Once they are under water, you most certainly will get further. In fact, once underwater, you can use the Classified tool to up voltage and be safe doing it because the water will be keeping the cards cooler

Music to my ears!!!!! biggrin.gif

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As for memory, you could probably start at +200 mhz and go increments of 25.

Ok sweet thanks a lot mate!

So far still going without an issue.. Before i do the memory i might run a few games for a little while and see if it's still stable if it is then i'll start with the memory
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Just hit 1254mhz on the core, no issue! Should i go higher now? tongue.gif Temps are not exceeding 70c

*edit*

I am able to run 1267mhz on the core ran heaven 3 times no crashing or artifacts thumb.gif Temps were now 75c in a room that is around 30.8c i think i'll be able to go higher but i like my cards to be 80c under air.

So i think i'll leave it there till i get my blocks and second 780 ti classy! Now to do some gaming and see if it's stable then time to work on the memory!

Do you think that overclock is quite good for this card?


http://i.imgur.com/YOksTNd.jpg
Edited by z0ki - 3/13/14 at 8:22pm
post #8699 of 16490
Mine need water badly because they don't overclock worth a crap on air before they start getting too hot. But, I won't be able to watercool until June or July, and by that time I may just wait for 800 series cards, buy those, then sell these.

But, I also have reference coolers, so I wasn't expecting much. They do what I need them to do, though.
post #8700 of 16490
How do I achieve 1.212 on the core voltage in msi afterburner? I rather use the newer beta than precision x
Edited by z0ki - 3/14/14 at 12:56am
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