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Originally Posted by djinferno806 View Post

Those of you with 8000+ on your memory, have you checked fps numbers as you've increased it? Or you just chose that memory clock speed and went with it.

I'm just trying to gauge how many people actually saw fps improvements with memory after about 8000mhz.

Thanks.

I just ran some tests and this is what I got in Heaven and the Shadow of Mordor benchmark on ultra.

Heaven:
1535/7010 = 73.4
1535/7816 = 76.9
1535/8316 = 78.5

1575/8126 = 79.0
1575/8316 = 79.7

Shadow of Mordor:
- - - - - - - - - Min / Max / Average FPS
1535/7010 = 50.08, 286.63, 89.29
1535/7816 = 51.98, 287.68, 93.07
1535/8316 = 53.65, 289.10, 95.17

1575/8126 = 54.96, 290.17, 96.93
1575/8316 = 57.94, 270.91, 97.33
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Originally Posted by thuNXa View Post

7.5k in FSE?
7k is where it should be.

I have a 3770k at 5 ghz and gpu at 1548/2128.
I can also only touch 7k.

Cant see what cpu he uses though

Glad to hear that as I was trying to figure out why I wasn't getting the scores he was talking about. I'm using a 4790k at 4.8Ghz with HT enabled.
Edited by Smokey the Bear - 10/18/14 at 1:18pm
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you have to uninstall your drivers first. My guess is you didn't do that.
I did that too. Couldn`t read my bios from card with GPU-Z either, get same error.
Yes I downloaded the GPU-Z version that should handle it.
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Have to admit your result is remarkable, but the question is how you achieve it with such low OC. What was you CPU speed during this run ?

4.9ghz,
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Update now got my fourth gtx 980 under water the fc 980 blocks are gorgeous with minimal lighting in the rig (corsair 900d) . See pics for overclocked performance at +225 on the core and 480 and the memory on all four gpus pull around 1100 watts under full load (psu ax1500i)




minimal lights? that things a christmas tree
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Questions for everyone here. Since you're all running pretty beefy PCs with at least one 980, what monitor(s) and resolution are you using?
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When using SLI, one of my GPUs usage will lower when things get intensive in games using SLI. For example, one GPU will be at 99% and the other will be at 60-70%. This is in games with proper SLI support too. Any suggestions?
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Questions for everyone here. Since you're all running pretty beefy PCs with at least one 980, what monitor(s) and resolution are you using?

A few here running the ROG swift, and some 4K folks. Personally I'm using a QNIX QX2700 and a 1080P asus as a secondary monitor for work. Planning on getting some sort of Gsync monitor that's 1440P or above next year with tax refund money. (as of now the only choices seem to be the Acer 4K and the ROG swift). I would hope nobody here is rocking one or more of these cards and still doing 1080p 60hz.
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Originally Posted by Little Big Alex View Post

When using SLI, one of my GPUs usage will lower when things get intensive in games using SLI. For example, one GPU will be at 99% and the other will be at 60-70%. This is in games with proper SLI support too. Any suggestions?

See what happens if you set the GPU clocks separately instead of synchronized.You may be seeing less GPU usage on one card because its boost clock is ramping up higher than the other, and the lower boosted card is the bottleneck as it reaches 99-100% usage. For mine in SLI, my top card has to be clocked 30mhz less than the bottom one in order for them to stay in sync. Otherwise, the top card runs at a lower voltage and throttles. It's a bug or "feature," however you want to look at it. But the problem has been discussed on the Nvidia forums, and someone there suggested the solution of setting different offset clocks, and it works. For many, 30-40Mhz lower is the answer, while for others it's more like 10.

https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/777448/geforce-900-series/-major-issue-sli-gtx-970-cards-one-card-runs-way-lower-voltage-than-the-other-driver-bug-/5/
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Originally Posted by Spud387 View Post

Questions for everyone here. Since you're all running pretty beefy PCs with at least one 980, what monitor(s) and resolution are you using?

Asus ROG PG278Q 144hz Gsync 1440p

I got the monitor for a big upgrade but you can get cheap 4k monitors now. But they are only 60hz is all.
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