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I was wondering if there is any possible way to push my card further than I already have it. I am currently sitting at 1.212 V with the power limit at 210%, core clock is at +117 and memory clock is at +400..... I am using MSI afterburner as displayed in the picture at the bottom. I have tried running stress tests like Haven Valley and I have had no issues at all.


Is there any possible way to push my card further or is it recommended to keep what I have and be happy with this current OC?

Any suggestions?

Thanks.

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My summer oc speeds for my two 780s.

Winter time i can push them to ~1248 but it requires 1.387 volts. -_-

I have custom modded bios and volt unlock to reach the 1.313volts i need for a stable 1202 in the above picture.

Also set your memory speed back to default and play with the core speed, could probably gain a lot more mhz without needing to voltage mod. core > mem always.
Edited by blissid - 10/20/14 at 2:50pm
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Originally Posted by Dissolution187 View Post

I was wondering if there is any possible way to push my card further than I already have it. I am currently sitting at 1.212 V with the power limit at 210%, core clock is at +117 and memory clock is at +400..... I am using MSI afterburner as displayed in the picture at the bottom. I have tried running stress tests like Haven Valley and I have had no issues at all.


Is there any possible way to push my card further or is it recommended to keep what I have and be happy with this current OC?

Any suggestions?

Thanks.


The classified club I started has a ton of info. The first page has bios's for your card and also a classy voltage controller which gives you voltage up to about 1.5v. The 780 section is more towards the bottom of the OP.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1411500/official-evga-classified-owners-club

can definitely push further.
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