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The new card fixed the microstutter completely maybe the identical ASIC now work much better thumb.gif it's funny each day +5 custom bios out from my hand to people but still no time to made a one for my cards .. lool biggrin.gif

anyway there is an idea in my head to replace the 970s for 980 TI Hybrid but still can't decide yet smile.gif

I never had SLI but i always prefer one single powerful card than SLI. I heard so much people that have trouble with SLI mostly driver related.

I would like to test it one day tho.
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Ye i understand. Mine idles at 135 MHz core and 162 MHz memory. When i am gaming i enable profile 1 that nets me 1552 MHz clock and 4000 MHz memory which is stable in most games.
In my case it was a driver problem because on 355.82 Firestrike crashed a lot and valley would crash also long before the limit of this card has reached. Now on 353.62 and all is well.
There are lots of people who have problems with the Nvidia drivers.

I only have one 144 Hz Asus 1080p screen and i love it, colors are not that accurate compare to IPS panel but its very very fast. As a matter a fact, it was the fastest screen you could buy 3 years ago.

How can it be hot over there, its getting winter here lol Would love to trade places with you because i don't like the cold that much..

There are also lots of people who are unwilling to accept the possibility that their "stable" OC isn't stable anymore (or may not have exactly been stable from the beginning. A driver crash with an OC applied means instability. If you're on the stock BIOS and getting driver crashes, that's a different story. When people are finding their OC, they have no issue with associating a driver crash with instability. As soon as that "stable" word starts getting used though, people seem to have a more difficult time with going back and tweaking the settings. If I hit a driver crash at any point, I go back to my BIOS, tweak the necessary setting(s), and go about my day - no big deal.

It's in the mid-high 90's during the day, but drops to around 50 at night right now...So at least it cools down and lets me sleep well. Daytime sucks outside though, I prefer to stay in the A/C. biggrin.gif

My 120hz monitor is an ASUS also (VG248QE). Yes, I know it's 144, but the color profile I'm using looks better at 120hz. Which one are you running?
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Stability testing has nothing to do with running benchmarks for high scores, man..... If you want a game stable overclock, you're not going to be pushing things to the ragged edge, just to play a game.

Do you think I give two flying f**ks that my GPU overclock is "stable" when I was pushing for the high score? lol

I'm game stable, EASILY at 1550 / 1900...but I bench at near 1620 / 2100. Who cares if it's stable? thumb.gif

I came to that realization a while back, which is why I don't compare scores with you. All of my scores are stable in benches and games, but I'm a bit past the point of caring about trying to beat anyone's scores. My main issue is trying to decide what to play....hehehe.... biggrin.gif
Edited by blaze2210 - 11/1/15 at 2:50pm
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I haven't had SLI "issues" in years....my last 3 rigs, dating back to 570s were in SLI. /boggle

The people that have "SLI issues" are usually people that shouldn't be playing with computers anyway.
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What fun is it if you're not going to push the hardware to it's limits...and then somewhat beyond? Sorry....I don't get that at all.
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There are also lots of people who are unwilling to accept the possibility that their "stable" OC isn't stable anymore (or may not have exactly been stable from the beginning. A driver crash with an OC applied means instability. If you're on the stock BIOS and getting driver crashes, that's a different story. When people are finding their OC, they have no issue with associating a driver crash with instability. As soon as that "stable" word starts getting used though, people seem to have a more difficult time with going back and tweaking the settings. If I hit a driver crash at any point, I go back to my BIOS, tweak the necessary setting(s), and go about my day - no big deal.

It's in the mid-high 90's during the day, but drops to around 50 at night right now...So at least it cools down and lets me sleep well. Daytime sucks outside though, I prefer to stay in the A/C. biggrin.gif

My 120hz monitor is an ASUS also (VG248QE). Yes, I know it's 144, but the color profile I'm using looks better at 120hz. Which one are you running?

Yeah i would agree. I always prefer to let me change settings in Afterburner, that more easy and its faster IMO because i am lazy tongue.gif
Sounds like a good climate to me dude, the climate here is way to moist for me and my sinuses are acting up all year round lol

It appears we have the same monitor lol what color settings do you use? And why 120 Hz?
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Yeah i would agree. I always prefer to let me change settings in Afterburner, that more easy and its faster IMO because i am lazy tongue.gif
Sounds like a good climate to me dude, the climate here is way to moist for me and my sinuses are acting up all year round lol

It appears we have the same monitor lol what color settings do you use? And why 120 Hz?

Well, that's why there are different ways to the same goal, some work better for some people.

I'm using a color profile that I found in a review. I can't seem to find the exact review where I got my settings, but this one has pretty much the same (if not the same) steps that I took. I used both 144hz and 120, and I agree with the reviews, at 144hz, the colors can look a little washed-out. In my mind, 120hz is still quite a bit better than 60hz, which is what the monitors on each side of my VG248QE are. biggrin.gif

I prefer the cold, I'm a naturally warm person. I'd rather have to put a jacket on, than deal with heat.
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re-applied thermal paste to gpu......time will tell if it helps 70-72*C during benchmarks was worrying me a bit!

Edited by DeathAngel74 - 11/1/15 at 7:00pm
     
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re-applied thermal paste to gpu......time will tell if it helps 70-72*C during benchmarks was worrying me a bit!

Go for broke: liquid metal or bust!! biggrin.gif
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I used what I had...crap that came with my cpu, Enermax (Dow Corning TC-5121)
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I think I used AS5 on mine when I blocked them. Pretty sure anyway....I don't think I would have wasted Kryonaut on them.
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