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Originally Posted by thuNXa View Post

thats why people are getting high results with G1 and OC smile.gif
Any benchmark results links/screens?

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/3029442

14890 Firestrike

7313 fs extreme
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/3029497
Edited by Nizzen - 10/20/14 at 11:48am
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Originally Posted by thuNXa View Post

what CPU you use?
sounds like a round 1500mhz if you have nvidia clocks.
Whats the max. boost?
I7 4770 3.9ghz GTX 980 boost clock is 1216mhz

http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=193_1693&products_id=29083&zenid=e3eed69426af264f5aa97ebe42420650

What are the best clocks to run at.
Edited by ACIDTITAN - 10/20/14 at 11:53am
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I'm still doubting of what to get.
I'm playing at 1080p and will only go for 144hz next but I always crank everything up smile.gif

I can't decide between :
Zotac 970 extreme(voltage limit makes me doubt)
Inno3d 970 airboss (2x6pin enough?)
2x gigabyte 970 g1
Or
Zotac and inno3d 980 versions (look at 970's)

The gigabyte 970's will take a while to get in Stock tho.

Can't decide frown.gif
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Originally Posted by ACIDTITAN View Post

I7 4770 3.9ghz GTX 980 boost clock is 1216mhz

http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=193_1693&products_id=29083&zenid=e3eed69426af264f5aa97ebe42420650

What are the best clocks to run at.

thats not your boost clock with 200+ chip oz
this is the base boost without oc.

Your score is fine. some people are using around 1500-1550 chip and 2000-2100 mhz memory clock to go any higher then 13000.
And your CPU is a non-K CPU, so you cant push your physics score and stay around 10k.
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Originally Posted by Nizzen View Post

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/3029442

14890 Firestrike

7313 fs extreme
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/3029497

is that the higher asic one?

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/2977891

FSE:
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/2978094

thats a reference when i had a driver bug disabling power limit.
Not sure if it worked correctly with that bug.. but seems so since i use about 40 mhz less chip clocks
Edited by thuNXa - 10/20/14 at 12:14pm
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I'm still doubting of what to get.
I'm playing at 1080p and will only go for 144hz next but I always crank everything up smile.gif

I can't decide between :
Zotac 970 extreme(voltage limit makes me doubt)
Inno3d 970 airboss (2x6pin enough?)
2x gigabyte 970 g1
Or
Zotac and inno3d 980 versions (look at 970's)

The gigabyte 970's will take a while to get in Stock tho.

Can't decide frown.gif
I'm in the same "Can't decide boat" yet again. I thought it was cut and dry after all the research, but so glad I waited as long as I did, because now this coil whine thing is severely turning me off. Considering I am water cooled with a custom built setup, I do not have the luxury of testing a card to see if its quiet or not. I want the 980 for my 1440p, but I think I will just force my 5870 into much longer service than I had anticipated until one of the manufacturers will absolutely guarantee zero coil whine. The Asus Strix claims to be noise free at full loads using "Choke Concrete Cores" (what ever that is lol), but still users are hearing them whine at full loads. I'm next to my computer 24/7, so no thanks... lol

Anyone know if these Strix series will get a water block, or are they made specifically for Air?
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Anyone know if these Strix series will get a water block, or are they made specifically for Air?

Apparently water blocks are coming ... soon .... wink.gif

http://www.coolingconfigurator.com/step1_complist?gpu_gpus=1528
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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 did a sweep of memory speeds, and faster has almost always been better for FS, Heaven, and Valley. +797MHz is consistently better than +702MHz, but the one run I've tested at +829MHz was slower than +797MHz. So ~8600MHz is about the best I'm gonna get for short benchmarks. Also of interest, running the mem speed up so high does take some power budget away from the core, but in the end it's still faster.

For gaming, 8196MHz works great for me. 8300 has occasional artifacts.
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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
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.
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Runs quite well, except the annoying Vacuum cleaner sound.

But i still having trouble to reach 16k firestrike scores, can try what i want, i cannot get over 15600 with one card... maybe cpu Limit ?


http://www.3dmark.com/fs/2920451


1580 core /4100 mem and still only 15650

Those do seem a little low. I got a 15836 gfx subscore with 1531 core / 4032 mem. And my core speed actually averages more like 1510MHz during the tests. That's also with the 4770k at 4.7GHz. In order to get past 16000, I had to bump up to 4.8GHz, which got me about 100 pts on the gfx score.

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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?

I don't play games 24/7, but a 2-3 hr session of Crysis 3 has no problems at 1518 / 8196. The core speed averages 1505-ish in reality.
Edited by Womper - 10/20/14 at 12:45pm
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Yes , they state this on most cards , i hope they do manufacture those as my two MSI gtx980 gaming are getting pretty hot ( still not r9 290 hot but still )
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Apparently water blocks are coming ... soon .... wink.gif

http://www.coolingconfigurator.com/step1_complist?gpu_gpus=1528

Yes , they state this on most cards , i hope they do manufacture those as my two MSI gtx980 gaming are getting pretty hot ( still not r9 290 hot but still )
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Apparently water blocks are coming ... soon .... wink.gif

http://www.coolingconfigurator.com/step1_complist?gpu_gpus=1528
Hmm, while I was looking at the EK blocks and the cards they were meant for, I suddenly had an idea on taming coil whine. I wonder if the water block manufacturers can somehow build into the block design a large rubber section (same size as the choke line) that directly touches and applies a very small amount of pressure directly on top of the Chokes? This will save a little bit on copper, plus with water going through the block, the rubber will be cooled ever so slightly and so would the chokes. The rubber would absorb all the vibration from the coils?

1/8" thick rubber directly buried into the copper in its own cut out compartment. Make it the same width and length of the chokes, apply a "slightly" amount of vibration dampening pressure and there you go. lol, I wonder if I can get EK to cut me up one custom like?
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