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I always go by reviews and pick what they report there, I like shortcuts. Its like seeing some1 cross the road, and you go with him, instead of looking bothways for urself.

Too bad you can't even some of the reviewers.
*GPU fans running at 5000rpm* Reviewer: "It's nearly inaudible. Amazing!" biggrin.gif
   
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The notes on the cards on the manufacturers website claims the dual fans make for quieter cards. I haven't seen anyone with a decibel meter actually compare the two versions. Both pny and evga have single and dual fan versions of what is otherwise the same card.
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I am digging my MSI GAMING cards - on CudaMiner I am getting a solid 286/300 out of the pair, without any voltage tweaks or bios editing, only speed bumps. I was reading on one of the mining blogs that have done a lot of testing with the cards that increasing the voltage to get more performance out of it is not really worth it in the end. since you are raising the power consumption of the cards a fair amount and the hashing speed gained doesn't equal out to a good gain. With that said though I will still be looking into editing the bios to have some fun lol.
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I really like my Zotac 750 ti. I've had it for a few weeks now; it's +235 Clock and +650 on the memory. I got this thing the week after it came out at the time it was +135 and +650 on the memory but after the driver update I just boosted it up 100 mhz and left it there. Haven't pushed this card at all biggrin.gif super happy with it
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I got my Gigabyte Card up to 1440Mhz GPU and 1575Mhz Mem. That seems to be stable running a miner for a full night.
I am stuck at 1.146 Volt though. Guess i have to unlock the card to go higher up?
I dont understant the whole BIOS thing. There is actually no single voltage refering to 1.146Volts. Most entries are far lower or up to 1.2Volts. It's weird.

Edit: Cards at ~75%TDP that .75 * 130Watts. Measurements to confirm that pretty much. So its around 98Watts.

Pretty neat card. I can now play MWO an 1080p all settings high, full card load and it doesnt dip below 40fps. All i wanted, although the CPU needed to drive the card was more expensive.

Edit2: Somehow my card doesnt like 1440Mhz GPU anymore.... crashes quite fast with the miner. 1435Mhz seems to work better.
Edited by monkeystador - 3/21/14 at 4:48am
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which GB card do you have? the old one or the boosted one? I'm curious to look at its bios.. although im pretty sure its just the clocks modified )
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which GB card do you have? the old one or the boosted one? I'm curious to look at its bios.. although im pretty sure its just the clocks modified )

It does look like a GV-N75TOC-2GI . Any other models that look like that? Different revisions?
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Put TIM on the memory of my MSI 750Ti.



The two memory chips (on right side) are not close to the gpu heatsink.
After installing two mini heatsinks onto the memory, there is some contact between both memory heatsinks and the gpu heatsink.
However, it's poor contact. I added some TIM between memory heatsink and gpu heatsink, but need to add more.
Currently, +400 memory (1550 MHz) OC is difficult to stabilize in cudaminer at 100% power. Need better contact between gpu heatsink and the two memory chips on the right side.

My Asus 750 Ti was easier to mod, since all 4 memory chips are very close to the gpu heatsink.
I do not recommend this mod for the MSI card.
     
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I have built a passively cooled graphics card. Dead Silent! Its the EVGA 750 TI Reference Card (PCI), cooler is the Accelero S1 Plus. My temps are quit decent. Idle: ~28°C Load: max 61°C (room temp: 21°C)
There were no suitable mosfet coolers in the package. So i build them by myself. Easy as biggrin.gif I reached a gamestable OC @ 1375 Mhz on the core and 1600 Mhz for the VRAM ( 1700Mhz also possible).
Moreover I flashed the Card via KeplerBiosTweaker to reach the full tdp possible via PCI only, instead of the poor 38,5 W. Now iam not that practiced with Bios-editing. Is there someone who can tell me what i have to change in the Voltage table to give more Voltage than 1.131V? 1.2 V would be fine for me. Please help me.












Mod-Bios: NEW (up till now only modified 65.5W)
https://app.box.com/s/fl1mhxu368a9jjoher7l

Edit: This 750Ti works as a PhysX- kicker card for my GTX Titan@ NZXT G10+X40
Edited by ramme223 - 3/25/14 at 6:56am
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I have built a passively cooled graphics card. Dead Silent! Its the EVGA 750 TI Reference Card (PCI), cooler is the Accelero S1 Plus. My temps are quit decent. Idle: ~28°C Load: max 61°C (room temp: 21°C)
There were no suitable mosfet coolers in the package. So i build them by myself. Easy as biggrin.gif I reached a gamestable OC @ 1375 Mhz on the core and 1600 Mhz for the VRAM ( 1700Mhz also possible).
Moreover I flashed the Card via KeplerBiosTweaker to reach the full tdp possible via PCI only, instead of the poor 38,5 W. Now iam not that practiced with Bios-editing. Is there someone who can tell me what i have to change in the Voltage table to give more Voltage than 1.131V? 1.2 V would be fine for me. Please help me.












Mod-Bios: NEW (up till now only modified 65.5W)
https://app.box.com/s/fl1mhxu368a9jjoher7l

Edit: This 750Ti works as a PhysX- kicker card for my GTX Titan@ NZXT G10+X40
Voltage won't go higher than 1.21v unless you hard mod the card. Do you have any games with built in benches? Been waiting to see it gaming performance. Thanks.
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