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In your opinion.

In my experience.
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In my experience.
But, using your train of thought then, that means my wife's 2014 Focus ST isn't a stable car because I didn't do an off-road test of it pulling our 5000lb travel trailer, even though that's not what we bought it for.......

Testing something outside of the reason it's going to be used is not beneficial, and has zero use except as a conversation piece. Because even if one of my gaming OC profiles wasn't "stable" in some synthetic "torture" test, isn't going to make me change the OC profile for the game/s that it IS stable for.
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But, using your train of thought then, that means my wife's 2014 Focus ST isn't a stable car because I didn't do an off-road test of it pulling our 5000lb travel trailer, even though that's not what we bought it for.......

Is there an equivalent of Goodwin's law for when somebody uses a car analogy? There ought to be...
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But, using your train of thought then, that means my wife's 2014 Focus ST isn't a stable car because I didn't do an off-road test of it pulling our 5000lb travel trailer, even though that's not what we bought it for.......

Testing something outside of the reason it's going to be used is not beneficial, and has zero use except as a conversation piece. Because even if one of my gaming OC profiles wasn't "stable" in some synthetic "torture" test, isn't going to make me change the OC profile for the game/s that it IS stable for.

I disagree- using your example, cars are more rigorously tested in development now than ever before which is why modern cars on the whole are the most reliable in history!

You're both right though so I'm not sure why you're arguing about it. To ensure the most reliability you should stress test your hardware as much as possible otherwise you don't know what will happen that 1 time in 100. But if 100% reliability isn't what you're going for, you're happy with your overclock and it doesn't give you problem in the applications that you use then clearly it's fine for you and no one can tell you that you should or should't run it like that. It's your call.

On a side note I've been following this thread for a while and there seems to be a lot of hate towards Gordan which I think is somewhat unwarranted!
 
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I disagree- using your example, cars are more rigorously tested in development now than ever before which is why modern cars on the whole are the most reliable in history!

You're both right though so I'm not sure why you're arguing about it. To ensure the most reliability you should stress test your hardware as much as possible otherwise you don't know what will happen that 1 time in 100. But if 100% reliability isn't what you're going for, you're happy with your overclock and it doesn't give you problem in the applications that you use then clearly it's fine for you and no one can tell you that you should or should't run it like that. It's your call.

On a side note I've been following this thread for a while and there seems to be a lot of hate towards Gordan which I think is somewhat unwarranted!

That's just it, MY systems are 100% stable for MY usages using MY testing. If someone else has different usages, their testing SHOULD be different from mine.

And, on your side note, I have zero hate for Gordon, but I do feel he needs to get off his high horse, just because it's what he says doesn't mean it's gospel. When he first posted in here, he was about as out of line and offensive in his comments as I have seen in these forums, but, he was man enough to apologize for that. It doesn't mean he's not forgiven, but it's gonna be hard to forget.
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I disagree- using your example, cars are more rigorously tested in development now than ever before which is why modern cars on the whole are the most reliable in history!

You're both right though so I'm not sure why you're arguing about it. To ensure the most reliability you should stress test your hardware as much as possible otherwise you don't know what will happen that 1 time in 100. But if 100% reliability isn't what you're going for, you're happy with your overclock and it doesn't give you problem in the applications that you use then clearly it's fine for you and no one can tell you that you should or should't run it like that. It's your call.

On a side note I've been following this thread for a while and there seems to be a lot of hate towards Gordan which I think is somewhat unwarranted!


No, there is no HATE! There is no room for that anymore, anywhere if you think yourself as a civilized social person!
Sometimes you write things that you didn't intend to go off in a certain way and are interpreted in another way but other times you just don't think and write offensive things because you have the experience of it and are absolute about it but even so it doesnt make it right!
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That's just it, MY systems are 100% stable for MY usages using MY testing. If someone else has different usages, their testing SHOULD be different from mine.

And, on your side note, I have zero hate for Gordon, but I do feel he needs to get off his high horse, just because it's what he says doesn't mean it's gospel. When he first posted in here, he was about as out of line and offensive in his comments as I have seen in these forums, but, he was man enough to apologize for that. It doesn't mean he's not forgiven, but it's gonna be hard to forget.

Indeed!


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Guys! Everybody! Lets end all this quarrel once and for all!

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Hey guys,

I already burned 1 x EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Superclocked ACX 3GB during litecoin mining. Or actually it was pretty strange, my computer had an uptime of 11 days and I noticed I had a few programs to update etc so I did that, when I then restarted the computer my HERO board beebed GFX error and I started some intensive testing like new psu, new pci-e port etc etc to no avail. Then I threw in an old spare card and the computer booted up without any issues.

Should I avoid overclocking the core while mining or was I simply unlucky?

- I can tell that from day 1 the card hard MASSIVE coil whine in 3D Mark especially in the first test Ice Storm. Also during the intro of for example Grid2, but never any whine in any games themselfs.

When mining I had my core set trough EVGA P. X. +120 and that gave me a stable hashrate of 650ish. (Can't remember excactly as I RMA'd the card 10 days ago and my new one will not arrive until tomorrow or later today with luck).

I kind of want to run with the SK3NET rom to get the most out of the card and I kind of want to mine ALL the time while I am not using the PC for gaming.

Hopefully someone can give me an advice on this.
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Guys! Everybody! Lets end all this quarrel once and for all!

Lets all stick together and forget about the recent past to move forward! The forum's motto is written underneath the name:

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Signed. I am simply agreeing that although some of us disagree, I don't want any negativity in this thread. This is a thread dedicated to tweakers and in my experience does not seem to affect the actual hardware to the point of breaking something. My MSI 780 Ti Gaming has been perfect now that I am running @ stock speeds. If EVGA is going to cover this anyway, most likely...then who cares? Just buy EVGA cards. Replace the cooler if you're sensitive to noise like myself. If you're dead set on silent PC computing and do not plan on tweaking or like me have become interested in just how low you can keep power consumption (I live in the desert and it hits 115 in the summer), don't plan on removing the cooler, do not require tech support on weekends, and are ok w/ a big dragon the box of your GPU, then the MSI is for you.

Personally, for me, it does come down to aesthetics as well. Asus is the only other GPU w/ the color red AFAIK and this is a requirement because I can see through my non-windowed case. tongue.gif

But for real, the Twin Frozr 4 and its propeller fans are the best GPU cooling kit for the AIR-OCNER as far as soooooothing noise is concerned. Sometimes I like to put my ear up to it and just listen...rock the meditative station for bliss on this MSI can you, yes?!

Also, dat dragon.

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