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post #191 of 3997
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First Congratulation for the Giant BEAST Prolimatech MK-26 wink.gif

My opinion if u choose from both fans above, i recommended the Swiftech Helix 140mm its white to fit with the HOF beast PCB ,Cover all the entire HOF and air flow 74.5 CFM Better cooling which is higher than the Corsair SP120 with air flow 62.74 CFM also the 140mm fans will be much quieter than the 120mm.

Well the first problem one will have is trusting the manufacturer's numbers for airflow and static pressure. I tested both fans out on the radiator before installing and here's what I have gathered. The Corsair definitely pushes more air, regardless of numbers you will feel air being pushed farther, and harder. The static pressure of the Corsair is greater too, it's easier to tell when you test the fans outside the can on the radiator, and the corsair definitely pushes the air harder through the pins. I went with the Swiftech though, because the noise of the 2 120SP I have already is noticeable when they are turned up. Not only that, the Swiftech will be able to push more of the warm air throughout my case, to help vent the heat from both of the cards.
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Just want to ask HOF owners


What the average and max temp should be on stock bios,clock and volt with GTX 780 HOF, mine with metro last light 1920x1080 all setting max except SSAA 3x i hit max 79'c UPDATES after installed Side fan the Max Temp is 72'c with out hyper boost button

Anybody need to share temp for 780 HOF in general.

What case do you have? When I had the stock cooler on it and had it inside my 900D alone, the temps wouldn't hit above 67C with 80% fan and a 100+ core clock. Running it in SLI, I would see it touch 77C on a rare occasion during a 1200 ticket match on BF4 (Siege of Shanghai) running it at 1440P at max possible settings (except 200% resolution scale).
post #192 of 3997
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Well the first problem one will have is trusting the manufacturer's numbers for airflow and static pressure. I tested both fans out on the radiator before installing and here's what I have gathered. The Corsair definitely pushes more air, regardless of numbers you will feel air being pushed farther, and harder. The static pressure of the Corsair is greater too, it's easier to tell when you test the fans outside the can on the radiator, and the corsair definitely pushes the air harder through the pins. I went with the Swiftech though, because the noise of the 2 120SP I have already is noticeable when they are turned up. Not only that, the Swiftech will be able to push more of the warm air throughout my case, to help vent the heat from both of the cards.
What case do you have? When I had the stock cooler on it and had it inside my 900D alone, the temps wouldn't hit above 67C with 80% fan and a 100+ core clock. Running it in SLI, I would see it touch 77C on a rare occasion during a 1200 ticket match on BF4 (Siege of Shanghai) running it at 1440P at max possible settings (except 200% resolution scale).




about the fans i totally agree with you that you cant trust the advertised CFM air flow i think the best way to try both on the HOF and check the temp in result who will be cooler than the other will be the best for you

I have cooler master Cooler Master CM 690 II Plus with total 7 Fans, 2 NZXT 140mm (1300 RPM) EXHAUST on the top, 1 Cooler Master SickleFlow 120mm (2000 RPM) EXHAUST on the side, 2 NZXT 140mm (1300 RPM) INTAKE on the bottom, 1 Cooler master Stock 140mm (1200 RPM) INTAKE on the front, 1 Cooler Master SickleFlow 120mm (2000 RPM) INTAKE on the back, I REMOVED the extra drive bay

Please all HOF owners i need advice and opinions about my case setup regarding my HOF TEMP, THANK YOU ALL
post #193 of 3997
i just want to ask all club

when i push the kboost in the EVGA PrecisionX the monitor show no DVI and screen goes black?? the same if i turn the KBoost off???? i must restart the pc then go to safe mode then again to windows
is that ok?
post #194 of 3997
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i just want to ask all club

when i push the kboost in the EVGA PrecisionX the monitor show no DVI and screen goes black?? the same if i turn the KBoost off???? i must restart the pc then go to safe mode then again to windows
is that ok?


*Updates

When i installed a clean driver 337.50 it solved my issue (when push kboost monitor show no DVI and turns off) NOW screen goes black then comes back in a couple of seconds.

My issue was a driver problem...

Thanks to all club members.
post #195 of 3997
Just want to share

Guys who else has GTX HOF with Maximum 1.187v as mine?????????????
post #196 of 3997
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Just want to share

Guys who else has GTX HOF with Maximum 1.187v as mine?????????????

The vast majority of them fall into that 1.187v range as dictated by the bios.

A custom bios will unlock up to 1.212v.
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post #197 of 3997
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The vast majority of them fall into that 1.187v range as dictated by the bios.

A custom bios will unlock up to 1.212v.

Thanks for the info but is the custom bios will really unlock voltage to 1.212v (is it real 1.212v)??? Because i tried custom bios it shows 1.212v on EVGA PrecisionX 4.2.1 but when i overclocked the GTX 780 HOF In game boost 1306Mhz and 1.212v with major Artifacts in 3DMark 2013 the same exactly with stock bios in game boost 1306Mhz but with 1.187v and also with major Artifacts??

I felt like with custom bios on software shows 1.212v but in reality its just 1.187v ??? so if its real 1.212v it shouldn't show artifacts with 1306Mhz??

Whats ur opinion?
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post #198 of 3997
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Thanks for the info but is the custom bios will really unlock voltage to 1.212v (is it real 1.212v)???

Yes, it's real.
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post #199 of 3997
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Yes, it's real.

Sorry i edit the message i afraid u miss it


here


Because i tried custom bios it shows 1.212v on EVGA PrecisionX 4.2.1 but when i overclocked the GTX 780 HOF In game boost 1306Mhz and 1.212v with major Artifacts in 3DMark 2013 the same exactly with stock bios in game boost 1306Mhz but with 1.187v and also with major Artifacts??

I felt like with custom bios on software shows 1.212v but in reality its just 1.187v ??? so if its real 1.212v it shouldn't show artifacts with 1306Mhz??

Whats ur opinion?
post #200 of 3997
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Sorry i edit the message i afraid u miss it


here


Because i tried custom bios it shows 1.212v on EVGA PrecisionX 4.2.1 but when i overclocked the GTX 780 HOF In game boost 1306Mhz and 1.212v with major Artifacts in 3DMark 2013 the same exactly with stock bios in game boost 1306Mhz but with 1.187v and also with major Artifacts??

I felt like with custom bios on software shows 1.212v but in reality its just 1.187v ??? so if its real 1.212v it shouldn't show artifacts with 1306Mhz??

Whats ur opinion?

It looks like that overclock is unstable at either voltage.

I could do 1320 MHz with 1.212v with my HOF but every card is a little different.

If you can do 1254 MHz with no artifacts, you have a great card. Anything after that is a bonus.
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