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Thats looks crazy thumb.gif and 1650Mhz GPU is crazy smile.gif

Do you know what the current voltage setting on your card for memory is? I couldnt figure out which of the voltages controls memory voltage.
Should be around 1.5v
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erm.. I don't think temperature is much of a factor for this card.

im at 1400/6500 1.2V max 60* GB (70% cooler speed)

the voltage up i don't even think its needed, just wanted to be sure it gets juice )

I have same limits with it or without it

E : lowered voltage to 1.15 same values.. I think i'm gonna give up on getting over 1400 untill a better bios tool shows up
Edited by gruia - 3/18/14 at 11:41am
post #243 of 3177
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Originally Posted by cowie View Post

Hey i am all for sharing BUT use it wisely ok? guys looking for less power please don't use
for evga FTW 750ti
and if someone can improve it please do...also REMEMBER this card boosts at 1450 stock right now ok? so it may just crash in 3d for most wink.gif maybe best to lower clocks -30 before you try for first time

http://www29.zippyshare.com/v/22617439/file.html


No luck with that bios, I'm stuck at core1365/mem1610... mad.gif
post #244 of 3177
This card is not for Adobe Premiere CC.
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The GTX 750 Ti and the GTX 650 Ti (not the boost version) performed almost identical.

Rendering the Premiere Timeline with our test files, the GTX 750 Ti took an average of 7.5 seconds and the GTX 650 Ti took and average of 8 seconds. Both tests I had the Premiere using the GPU.

Exporting to MPEG-2, the GTX 750 Ti took an average of 153 seconds and the GTX 650 Ti took an average of 156 seconds. Again, in these tests I had Premiere set to use the GPU.

As you can see there is not much of a difference between the two card performance wise. The big thing with the GTX 750 Ti, is it allows users that have a small power supply improve their editing performance without having to upgrade the power supply.
http://www.studio1productions.com/blog/?p=291
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Asus 750 Ti @ <1.2V -40ish



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CB after -40C? Or does the pot not allow lower temps on load (DICE?) ?
 
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Just testing how high with <1.2V.

Will go all out with more vcore, mem and pll
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Originally Posted by jason387 View Post

Should be around 1.5v
Well, no. No entry found. Kepler tweaker doesnt help me much there either.
post #249 of 3177
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No luck with that bios, I'm stuck at core1365/mem1610... mad.gif

If you cant get 1450 with my bios just take the card out back and shoot it redface.gif
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No luck with that bios, I'm stuck at core1365/mem1610... mad.gif

Use this http://www.guru3d.com/files_details/nvidia_inspector_download.html
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