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is your card not overclocked?
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hovering around 1980 cpm with the new miner on my 780ti thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by caenlen View Post

yeah i get more points, barely any more, but temps were crazy with e and c they are stable and wont break 60 celsius smile.gif

That's fair enough smile.gif I have precisionX limiting my gpu temp to 60C atm, so my voltage and clocks adjust dynamically according to running temps.

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My card is currently sitting at 1167/1859 @ 1.112v

At night when the ambient is cooler, my card runs 1230/1900 @ 1.21v

VRM temps sit at 55C or 56C constant.
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That ArCUDA miner is fantastic.

Between two 780s (NOT Ti) in two rigs.....
  • Superclocked EVGA 780 at 1171MHz ~2100 cpm
  • Reference 780 at 1042Mhz ~1880cpm.

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Whew, got 3c working again. Once I had read about the hidden processes in 3c I attempted to block the devs ip. Of course, the miner refused to give me ANY cpm after that. Took me a while to figure out how to unblock the ip and it is working again as it did originally. redface.gif



Now for 30 minutes of BF4 and back to mining.
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That's fair enough smile.gif I have precisionX limiting my gpu temp to 60C atm, so my voltage and clocks adjust dynamically according to running temps.

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My card is currently sitting at 1167/1859 @ 1.112v

At night when the ambient is cooler, my card runs 1230/1900 @ 1.21v

VRM temps sit at 55C or 56C constant.

How do you monitor vrm temps? Gpuz isn't showing mine.
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How do you monitor vrm temps? Gpuz isn't showing mine.

Apparently the ability to monitor VRM temps is only built into certain models. My card is a EVGA Classified (not kingpin)
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Apparently the ability to monitor VRM temps is only built into certain models. My card is a EVGA Classified (not kingpin)

Mines the acx. It'd be nice to monitor them so I know I'm not going to fry it.
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How do you monitor vrm temps? Gpuz isn't showing mine.

Does afterburner or precision show them for you?
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Mines the acx. It'd be nice to monitor them so I know I'm not going to fry it.

Might be worth buying a IR gun hey.. I agree, frying a card would not be ideal.

I run with both stock bios' so at least if something does go wrong, evga shouldnt have any issues with accepting and replacing it for me lol
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