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how does the GPU utilization look?

Kinda peaky last I checked, I only popped in on it a couple times during the FAT -- and realized I had it set way back at 2.8GHz since it was being used as an HTPC previously with the 6970 (overkill, I know). I'll report back later with some screen grabs.
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Kinda peaky last I checked, I only popped in on it a couple times during the FAT -- and realized I had it set way back at 2.8GHz since it was being used as an HTPC previously with the 6970 (overkill, I know). I'll report back later with some screen grabs.

Yeah, it does seem to be, this is mine with my CPU stock, I may get to OCing it this weekend to see if it helps.

 

 

The severe drop in utilization is due to the internal checkpoint system of the core 17 WUs, p8900 in this case.

post #13 of 23
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Up to 1293MHz without touching voltage (passed 2 hours of 4M particle testing in OC Scanner and folded four 9401s without errors) -- will be doing some more testing today since it's raining.
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I have my 780 running at 1293Mhz now too, but I think I'm using +56mV or so.

post #15 of 23
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Ok, I promise today I will check the ASIC quality, because it just seems too good to be true (I am a constant loser of the silicon lottery -- I think the best ASIC of my 7970s is something like 81.5%.
post #16 of 23
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78.2% -- well, we shall see how far it will go.
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78.2% -- well, we shall see how far it will go.

I'm at 73.3% on the one in my gaming pc, and 67.1% on the one in my folding pc.  I just kicked it up to 1306Mhz on the one I'm folding on, see if that holds.

post #18 of 23
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Wow, is 60C like the kiss of death on these things? Jeez.
post #19 of 23
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Wow, is 60C like the kiss of death on these things? Jeez.

What makes you say that?
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post #20 of 23
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Wow, is 60C like the kiss of death on these things? Jeez.

Shouldn't be, my 780 regularly folds at 65-68C depending on my ambient temp.

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