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Hey guys recently updated my evga sc 780 tis to skynets bios (there awesome btw). I have both cards on ek water blocks and wanted to see how far I could push them. With precision x I have both cards at 1.212 v mem clock 2029mhz gpu clock is 1045 mhz. ???? I oc'd them to 1200 first it showed then 1250 showed, now when I get to 1300 it just shows 1045 im not sure why the memory would oc but the core clock wouldn't any advice? Oh and im not seeing the oc when I flip to the sensors tab on gpu'z only the graphics card.

http://www.overclock.net/image/id/8302982/width/900/height/900/flags/LL
Edited by strykewave - 4/7/14 at 4:15am
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Hey guys recently updated my evga sc 780 tis to skynets bios (there awesome btw). I have both cards on ek water blocks and wanted to see how far I could push them. With precision x I have both cards at 1.212 v mem clock 2029mhz gpu clock is 1045 mhz. ???? I oc'd them to 1200 first it showed then 1250 showed, now when I get to 1300 it just shows 1045 im not sure why the memory would oc but the core clock wouldn't any advice? Oh and im not seeing the oc when I flip to the sensors tab on gpu'z only the graphics card.

http://www.overclock.net/image/id/8302982/width/900/height/900/flags/LL

Sounds like your overclock failed, Precision X will automatically apply default settings in this case.

*Edit: Have you tried benchmarking/playing a demanding game after applying the core/mem offset?
Edited by Bourbon Mimic - 4/7/14 at 4:20am
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I always do a gpu burn test after the oc followed by some 3d mark. But if it failed why would the mem clock remain the same and the gpu core clock be reset to 1045?
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I always do a gpu burn test after the oc followed by some 3d mark. But if it failed why would the mem clock remain the same and the gpu core clock be reset to 1045?

Sorry for the late reply.

Just out of curiosity, what is the mem clock at default on the BIOS you're using?
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Yes sounds like the OC failed, it may need more voltage.
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The stock mem clock is 1850, I guess that's all the card can go without modding I've added the extra 1.212 to it.
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