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post #11 of 26
The ram OC would grant you minimal performance as it is, but if it is really bothering you you should definitely look into some thermal pads to allow the cooling unit to have full contact with the memory. If I were you, I wouldn't go through all that trouble for the extra 2 frames.
post #12 of 26
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Originally Posted by mocboy123 View Post

The ram OC would grant you minimal performance as it is, but if it is really bothering you you should definitely look into some thermal pads to allow the cooling unit to have full contact with the memory. If I were you, I wouldn't go through all that trouble for the extra 2 frames.

True. I wish I could dig up that OC tutorial. Ram OC is meeh, until you have 4K HD, etc..
For LiteCoin mining Ram OC does make a difference. Maybe, I can pay the card off in a year.
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post #13 of 26
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Originally Posted by MrTOOSHORT View Post

Can't overclock the ram then, try +25. If it does it stock, then RMA.

What you mean with that Short?
I bought yesterday one evga gtx 760 acx and I can't overclock my card. It can't handle +10 on my memory. I am a little worried.
What do you think?
post #14 of 26
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Originally Posted by IronRush View Post

What you mean with that Short?
I bought yesterday one evga gtx 760 acx and I can't overclock my card. It can't handle +10 on my memory. I am a little worried.
What do you think?

That's odd. I have a Gigabyte GTX 780 and I can OC memory to +445 offset. My older GTX 670 could do +710 offset.

+10 is within margin of error, which is pretty much stock. That is weird how you cant touch the OC on the memory. You should be able to RMA it.
post #15 of 26
I was doing more tests here Helex, I was wrong.
Indeed, my room is small... but I could increase +300 on my memory.
The problem is my gpu room (because that I was thinking the problem was my memories), only +30.
+35 my heaven bench crashes.
I tried raise my voltages, +12 mv, but nothing changes. I can't raise more my core.
Now I have +30 and +300.
post #16 of 26
The FTW is already overclocked from the factory, it's possible that your GPU die isn't of sufficient quality to go much (or any) higher and be stable. Unlucky draw in the silicon lottery. The FTW is already +105 Mhz over base clock to begin with.

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post #17 of 26
Ohh... What is your max core without memory then? That is kind of ridiculous. What brand of GTX 760 you have?
Edited by HeLeX63 - 3/22/14 at 12:25am
post #18 of 26
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Originally Posted by HeLeX63 View Post

Ohh... What is your max core without memory then? That is kind of ridiculous. What brand of GTX 760 you have?

eVGA Geforce GTX 760 Superclocked w/ ACX Cooling

My card is overclocked from factory and I just can increase + 30 on the gpu core.
post #19 of 26
With +30 on the core, what is your actual in-game frequency? They come stock with 1137Mhz boost and with + 30Mhz on core, my guess is your card would be boosting to about 1254Mhz?
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Originally Posted by HeLeX63 View Post

With +30 on the core, what is your actual in-game frequency? They come stock with 1137Mhz boost and with + 30Mhz on core, my guess is your card would be boosting to about 1254Mhz?

Helex... my boost on the core is 1323 with +30. This card has a good over... I think is not sooo bad at all, hehehehe...
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