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I cannot see how, I would first make sure that your DirectX version is valid as in re-install the latest release as something may be corrupt. I use Skyn3t Bios and no issues here with DirectX or any other runtime.

Well thats what I'm thinking, but I have titanfall always crashing on me with some materielsdx.dll but all other games and benchmarks run fine with no crashing. I'm just reinstalling windows now but I'm thinking it's the .dll file in the titanfall DX folder. It's really annoying me so say the least as I keep thinking it's my gpu!
post #9052 of 16490
DX errors normally implicate an unstable oc. At least if they're consistent.
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Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post

DX errors normally implicate an unstable oc. At least if they're consistent.

Even if it doesn't happen in benches or any other game?

On my 780Ti Classified which is on air atm at 1.212v I am able to run 1267mhz with it still maintaining under 70c under load. Is this too high on air or is it simply my card doesn't have a good chip? If that is the case I'm worried I won't be able to go above 1300mhz under water? Maybe it needs more volts I don't know maybe someone can chime in?

What is a good OC for the Classified under air and at 1.212v
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I know a guy from an other forum who got 1350 Mhz @ 1,21 Volts , rockstable , every game , every Benchmark .
post #9055 of 16490
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I know a guy from an other forum who got 1350 Mhz @ 1,21 Volts , rockstable , every game , every Benchmark .

Well im going to try to OC with NVinspector instead and see what happens, i'm just curious with the voltage meter how much would the value be to achieve 1.219v ? it's listed at mv but not sure how much do i really need to increase it.
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Originally Posted by z0ki View Post

Even if it doesn't happen in benches or any other game?


On my 780Ti Classified which is on air atm at 1.212v I am able to run 1267mhz with it still maintaining under 70c under load. Is this too high on air or is it simply my card doesn't have a good chip? If that is the case I'm worried I won't be able to go above 1300mhz under water? Maybe it needs more volts I don't know maybe someone can chime in?

What is a good OC for the Classified under air and at 1.212v

You'll be able to at least get 1300 core on water I'd imagine. My reference on air was barely bench stable at 1240. Kept at 30-35c I can game at 1300 and hit 1400 in certain benchmarks. Colder the better. All the above is @ 1.212v. Try clocks at 1.2v though, sometimes you'll be able to hit slightly higher
Edited by Silent Scone - 3/23/14 at 1:04am
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Can't seem to go higher than 1.212v, which is what im running and getting that crash only in Titanfall..

I'm doing the OC in nvinspector but im wondering, it doesn't have an option to do a custom fan curve in it does it? Should i create one in precisionX or MSI AB? Running either one with my Overclock set in NVinsepctor won't conflict or throttle down my voltage/clock speed will it? Just want to use it to simply setup a custom fan curve
post #9058 of 16490
Using Precision or Afterburner instead of Nvidia Inspector wont make a unstable Overclock stable suddenly . Usually you can manipulate your Fan Speed in Nv Inspector , just untik Auto and set your fan to your desired value :

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Note that if you wanne use MSI Afterburner you wont be able to add Voltage to your GPU Core so only use Nvinspector or Evga Precision .
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Cheers for the reply, I meant if I set my overclock in NVinspector then load AB or precisionX whichever I choose and not set the overclock in there but still have my OC working through NVinspector but just use one of the other tools as simply setting a fan curve?
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I have been reading on the thread about others having issues with the Gigabyte GTX780 Ti GHZ version. I have one of these and have had it for over 2 months. I can say that mine is working quite well.
My below clocks are rock solid artifact free stable playing ARMA3 Breaking Point and Patrol Opps. I was able to hit much higher running the Valley Benchmark; (1306 core and 3650 Mem . With the stock bios I had no issues and was able to push it to 1200 which is 50 past shipping core boost clock (1150). With the Skyn3t bios and the 1.212v i can get it to1235 core and 3650 memory clock.
@1235/3650 i get 3176 in Valley at 1080 8xAA


Edited by Robere - 3/23/14 at 1:59am
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