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I came across this when looking for some results. I'll post my results when I get something stable. I have a Classified, but I haven't touched the voltage yet. Last night I was fooling around with it, and got 1350Mhz with just using GPU-Z render to force it to go to full speed. However, seems like it would only run at 1150Mhz while running Unigine Heaven from what Afterburner's graphs told me. Not sure why? I got the 1350 from Precision X but can't see it while running Unigine full screen. Prehaps should take lacrossewacker's advice and run it windowed.
I've been reading through the Official 780 TI club forum too...but there is over 8800 posts, so it may take a while.
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1438886/official-nvidia-gtx-780-ti-owners-club/8850#post_21967415
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post #13 of 15
Uniguine doesn't report true core speed on boost enabled cards? Good to know. The numbers I got were actually from Afterburner as that one guy suggested using. So far I've only managed to get a stable overclock with at +100Mhz Core/ +200 Memory. I'm going to flip it to the LN2 see what I get. I'll add volts as the last resort.
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Originally Posted by spdaimon View Post

Uniguine doesn't report true core speed on boost enabled cards? Good to know. The numbers I got were actually from Afterburner as that one guy suggested using. So far I've only managed to get a stable overclock with at +100Mhz Core/ +200 Memory. I'm going to flip it to the LN2 see what I get. I'll add volts as the last resort.

Just set GPU-Z to record the highest settings, then run unigine for a while, close it. And check the highest core speed that it reached.
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