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post #2821 of 10534
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Maybe my toughpower 750 has not enough overhead for the g1 gtx at high clocks

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Im far more amazed about the 500 w Power draw in Games, with 2 Cards @1500 and OC CPU, 55w while browsing the web biggrin.gif
post #2822 of 10534
Btw not sure if you have seen this but nvidia confirmed the voltage difference in SLI is probably going to be fixed

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-/post/4338786/#4338786
post #2823 of 10534
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Btw not sure if you have seen this but nvidia confirmed the voltage difference in SLI is probably going to be fixed

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-/post/4338786/#4338786

That's great news. Thanks for the info.
    
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but its not.
I get artifacts at 1550 on firestrike, but no artifacts at lower frequencies. Still it will randomly crash even at 1500 in Heaven or heavy games. Temperature is not of an issue so im thinking it must be my psu. My asic is 75%
Maybe my toughpower 750 has not enough overhead for the g1 gtx at high clocks

SHUTDOWNS are a PSU problem.

CRASHING is a OC/driver problem.
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post #2825 of 10534
Looks stable at 1520/500. At least on Heaven, leaving it out doing loops. I hope it really is on games too, 1520 clock aint bad at all.
So im cool with 1x6pin and 1x8pin? No need to spend a small fortune on a G2 1000 right away?
post #2826 of 10534
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Looks stable at 1520/500. At least on Heaven, leaving it out doing loops. I hope it really is on games too, 1520 clock aint bad at all.
So im cool with 1x6pin and 1x8pin? No need to spend a small fortune on a G2 1000 right away?

No def not. A 750w is still plenty good enough. I oc my g1 to 1520 1.25v and my 4770k to 4.9ghz. few hdds and fans. Still got power to spare. So your def good.
post #2827 of 10534
Nah. Your unit is plenty powerful smile.gif

I still gotta fix my wierd issues but my card's a 970. Problem is that in the 970 topic there's not a lot of answering going on so i hope you guys don't mind me asking here as well.

Keep in mind: This is a GTX970 G1 Gaming.

1. The VRAM overclocks terribly.. Is this just bad luck or am I doing something wrong. It has Samsung chips running on 3500 stock.
I can get to maybe 3600 stable but even 3700- 3750 will give random freezes with a single colored screen. It's fine on stock tho.

2. Voltage doesn't seem to afect my card at all. It's not a great overclocker on it's own but that's probably because of the very very high stock boost clocks on this particular card. out of the box it boosts to 1417Mhz. I can only add about +100 to this for ~1508Mhz and it's not even 100% stable i think. Now. It will run this on just the stock voltage in MSI Afterburner.
If I add the full +87mV it changes nothing in terms of max OC. Cannot get past 1508Mhz without it crashing my Battlefield 4 or CS:GO for example. I haven't checked whether voltage and temps actually increase or not or whether it just isn't applying it but it seems wierd...

3. When I use the latest 344.16 driver I can't change any of the ''3D Settings'' for games or it will constantly crash in games. Especially Battlefield 4. It will just give the ''.....has stopped working.......'' error if I for example add transparancy aa, force pre-rendered frames to max 1 and force maximum texture quality in the NVCP.
I'm going to install 344.11 when I get back from work to see if this fixes it..
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but its not.
I get artifacts at 1550 on firestrike, but no artifacts at lower frequencies. Still it will randomly crash even at 1500 in Heaven or heavy games. Temperature is not of an issue so im thinking it must be my psu. My asic is 75%
Maybe my toughpower 750 has not enough overhead for the g1 gtx at high clocks

Im using a 750W PSU with dual GTX 980's overclocked to 1469MHz core and 2009MHz memory no problems what so ever
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post #2829 of 10534
I installed my old GTX 680 FTW today and I observed some coil whines from fire strike too. Just like my GTX 980, it has zero whine in game. Does anyone have the same issue? Just coil whines in fire strike but no whine from video games.
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post #2830 of 10534
So my benchmark stable OC , 1557/8300 isn't as stable in games.

About an hour into most heavy games, it will either freeze and i have to use task manager to shut it down. Or it will crash to a weird orange screen and then to desktop with driver failed warning.

Anyway I've dropped to 1540/7800 to see if it was the memory primarily causing issues. I know the error correction can only stop memory crashing for so long.

What do you guys have in terms of game stable OCs? Most of these OCs especially on memory seem large but there is no way they are 24/7 stable.

Also for coil whine, its moderate when the GPU is loaded at 100%. But its been getting better as of late. Seems the induction coils/chokes may need time to settle in?
    
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