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That didn't come across as mean at all.
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More?

Another site also commented on the whine. I had an EVGA ACX and an Asus DC2 780. Neither had whine.
OK, then I can skip the MSI. I thought it's one of the quieter ones...

Oh, it most definitely is quiet. I'm referring to the coil whine as being louder. But I can't hear it when the door is shut and I'm in my chair.
Edited by Jodiuh - 4/4/14 at 10:19am
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That didn't come across as mean at all.
Oh, it most definitely is quiet. I'm referring to the coil whine as being louder. But I can't hear it when the door is shut and I'm in my chair.
Actually I meant the coil whine. I'm not so worried about the fans. I just don't like disturbing coil whine even once the case is closed.
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Yeah, def avoid then. Gosh, I'm getting excited here. Which one are you going to get?! Kingpin...what?! thumb.gif
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Yeah, def avoid then. Gosh, I'm getting excited here. Which one are you going to get?! Kingpin...what?! thumb.gif
Unfortunately I can choose only between Asus, Gigabyte, Leadtek, MSI, Palit and Zotac here in Singapore. :\
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Unfortunately I can choose only between Asus, Gigabyte, Leadtek, MSI, Palit and Zotac here in Singapore. :\

It is probably worth doing a bit of research who has the best customer service in your part of the world, particularly direct warranty service. For UK (and generally EU) EVGA and Gigabyte have excellent reputation. Asus you probably shouldn't touch with a barge pole. Gainward cards tend to have weird quirks in my experience. Don't know about others.

In terms of tech, most cards are either straight reference designs or close enough that it doesn't matter, so go with whoever has best direct warranty service. Just MHO.
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You reccomend me to raise voltage or maintain the stock voltage to reach higher cloaks?

Well, to start your OC, keep the voltages stock and push your clocks up in small increments and test it at each step for stability, once it's becomes unstable at that voltage, THEN bump the voltage a small amount and repeat the steps, till either you can no longer add voltage to be stable, or your temps run to high. Then back it off one notch. That should get you in the ballpark to do a little refining for you OCes for different games/apps.

I've found personally, that BF4 seems to be the game that requires me to go the lowest for stability. I've made several different profiles in PX for different games and benches because every different program seems to have different OC stability
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Well, to start your OC, keep the voltages stock and push your clocks up in small increments and test it at each step for stability, once it's becomes unstable at that voltage, THEN bump the voltage a small amount and repeat the steps, till either you can no longer add voltage to be stable, or your temps run to high. Then back it off one notch. That should get you in the ballpark to do a little refining for you OCes for different games/apps.

I've found personally, that BF4 seems to be the game that requires me to go the lowest for stability. I've made several different profiles in PX for different games and benches because every different program seems to have different OC stability
Thanks for the aswer..I'll start to push the clocks higher with stock voltage and i'll post the results. smile.gif
    
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Thanks for the aswer..I'll start to push the clocks higher with stock voltage and i'll post the results. smile.gif
Glad to help. thumb.gif
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I was posting about my 780 Ti temps under my new custom loop and some were saying it was a bit high, my D5 was on about 2.5 I just bumped it up to about 3.3 -3.5 setting and the temps are about 5-10 degrees lower, thanks all! Went from 3000 RPM pump speed to 3600 RPM.
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Yeah, def avoid then. Gosh, I'm getting excited here. Which one are you going to get?! Kingpin...what?! thumb.gif
Unfortunately I can choose only between Asus, Gigabyte, Leadtek, MSI, Palit and Zotac here in Singapore. :\

Well, that settles it. How soon can you paypal me for my MSI. I promise you it has no demons inside and the other few folks that have had issues w/ it are all liars. Mine is fine...

*EXPLOSION*

Good luck on your choice! Here's to hoping you win the lottery! biggrin.gif

I would say the biggest thing I learned from this experience is that I noticed nothing w/ regard to framerate w/ the SKY BIOS on the MSI and it actually was less smooth. I did however notice the difference between 1100 and 1200. That was rather obvious. So now I'm thinking...Kingpin? How much could I realistically get on air w/ that card? If I knew I could get 400, I would do it for sure.
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