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post #3861 of 7451
Ofc you can't touch it, it gets 80-90 degree... stock bios have max temp set at 95 degree in bios fan settings and it's very quiet - if you don't overclock the card it's good.
This card probably won't burn at 95 degree, but it might be serious damaged, more like after 100 degree is die time, Nvidia just say lower (92) because its expensive / high end card and they want to assurance themselfs by doing this.
Edited by NikolayNeykov - 3/1/16 at 2:59pm
post #3862 of 7451
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Originally Posted by Laithan View Post


No.. a voltage increase won't help this issue. It appears that your PSU isn't up for the challenge.

Did you try putting the memory back to stock (+0 Mhz) to see if it helps? Overclocking ram increases power draw so it might "give back" enough power to remove the perfcap.

If not, I could create custom BIOS for you also with reduced power but you may get PWR perfcaps... it might be interesting to see if the perfcaps went away and then we'd know for 100% sure it is lack of power (which it pretty much has to be...IMO ).

Edit: I sat on it some more and I take back what I said earlier. I'm just gonna take your advice and downclock mem. I decided I don't want to be at 1.3 V + for 24/7, a bit overkill in hindsight. Getting too greedy with the OC here oinksmiley.png
Edited by gabriel21st - 3/1/16 at 11:41pm
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EDIT

HIT 19K FINALLY XD

19k
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/11028732


voltage and power limit maxed
+90 on the core
+550 on memory

got my best scores using nvidia driver 361.75 going to test the new 362.00 and see if i can push the 19k smile.gif

would get nowhere near this on stock bios thank you so much xD
Edited by BrokenChameleon - 3/1/16 at 4:41pm
post #3864 of 7451
At Conroe81
If you get the bios you're using from Gigabyte website or some really trustable source, I would never think about wrong voltage or fan. I think your problem is case ventilation.
Ever thought about changing your current case?
A great case for ventilation is my case NZXT Phantom 410 mid tower. I have 2 120mm front intake, 1 140mm side intake, 2 120mm top and 1 120mm back exhaust.

Edit:
This
https://www.nzxt.com/products/phantom-410-white
Edited by mahanddeem - 3/1/16 at 9:47pm
post #3865 of 7451
The Corsair 300R is also a good case if you are on a tight budget. I have 11 case fans installed in it, including 2 on the side panel providing intake to the gpu.
Edited by DeathAngel74 - 3/1/16 at 7:24pm
     
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Ok now i am @ 4,6 ghz for cpu and @ 1500/8000 for gpu and 60° max temp for cpu with intel bur test and also 58/60° for gpu in 3d mark with a skore of 12205. Are this good results ? I have installed some fans: 2 x 14cm - 1x12 - 2 blowers 1 under the gpu 1 under hard disks (now are at 33° max) 1 5cm on the chipest ( it was in my desk why not use it ...) and set gpu fan starting at 2050 rpm to 4100 rpm and they reach max 3200/3300 while at 60°. No more problems of overheating. I want to thank you all for help me in this odissey. Now is time to play thumb.gif Bye

P.s.
The gigabyte techincal support insisted the problem was also not original os for oc guru not working and i've say them all softwares from msi-asus-gainward-evga-sapphire also works at the same time toghether and is better they look on the web how many pepople are having issues with this.

Gigabyte answer
"We are sorry for the problem you encountered. Basically, we do not suggest user to touch the hardware while it is still working, since it may cause the hardware damage and which is not included in warranty. The hardware can stand the heat than people. For your safety, we don't suggest you to touch the hardware. If the temperature does not cause the system to crash or unstable, the temperature you mentioned is acceptable. But, if you still concern about the overheat problem, we suggest you can try to clean up the cooling fan or add additional cooling fan to help cooling down your computer.

As to the OC Guru II utility problem, since the problem may cause by software compatibility or operating system environment, if possible, we suggest you to backup the data and reinstall genuine Windows 7 and do not install other 3rd party utilities to see if the problem is caused by system environment or software.

Regards,
GIGABYTE
"

Thanks to all im gonna play biggrin.gif

wave2.gifwave2.gifwave2.gif
post #3867 of 7451
have fun conroe! but yeah you should never touch the backplate that sucker get's mighty hot though a good fanprofile and good overall airflow in your case mitigates the problem alot in my nanoxia DS6 with all the vents open (need to my radiator is directly under my top vents i can close them if i don't use the cpu @ load) and i haven't had the gpu reach past 60°c even with my full oc personally i stay away from ocguru 2 it seems a bit unstable in my eyes but that's my personall opinion about ocguru2 smile.gif

@NikolayNeykov the card would need to reach past 115°c on most parts to actually damage it nvidia just sets a lower temp to have a pretty big margin of error also the throttle temps are mostly taken from the sensors around the gpu not the backplate those vrm's on the back are also not 100% cooled on most designs
post #3868 of 7451
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Quote:
Originally Posted by gabriel21st View Post

Edit: I sat on it some more and I take back what I said earlier. I'm just gonna take your advice and downclock mem. I decided I don't want to be at 1.3 V + for 24/7, a bit overkill in hindsight. Getting too greedy with the OC here oinksmiley.png

thumb.gif

cheers.gif

Quote:
Originally Posted by BrokenChameleon View Post

EDIT

HIT 19K FINALLY XD

19k
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/11028732


voltage and power limit maxed
+90 on the core
+550 on memory

got my best scores using nvidia driver 361.75 going to test the new 362.00 and see if i can push the 19k smile.gif

would get nowhere near this on stock bios thank you so much xD


Thanks for the feedback! Glad it works well for you smile.gif


Quote:
Originally Posted by Conroe81 View Post

Ok now i am @ 4,6 ghz for cpu and @ 1500/8000 for gpu and 60° max temp for cpu with intel bur test and also 58/60° for gpu in 3d mark with a skore of 12205. Are this good results ? I have installed some fans: 2 x 14cm - 1x12 - 2 blowers 1 under the gpu 1 under hard disks (now are at 33° max) 1 5cm on the chipest ( it was in my desk why not use it ...) and set gpu fan starting at 2050 rpm to 4100 rpm and they reach max 3200/3300 while at 60°. No more problems of overheating. I want to thank you all for help me in this odissey. Now is time to play thumb.gif Bye

P.s.
The gigabyte techincal support insisted the problem was also not original os for oc guru not working and i've say them all softwares from msi-asus-gainward-evga-sapphire also works at the same time toghether and is better they look on the web how many pepople are having issues with this.

Gigabyte answer
"We are sorry for the problem you encountered. Basically, we do not suggest user to touch the hardware while it is still working, since it may cause the hardware damage and which is not included in warranty. The hardware can stand the heat than people. For your safety, we don't suggest you to touch the hardware. If the temperature does not cause the system to crash or unstable, the temperature you mentioned is acceptable. But, if you still concern about the overheat problem, we suggest you can try to clean up the cooling fan or add additional cooling fan to help cooling down your computer.

As to the OC Guru II utility problem, since the problem may cause by software compatibility or operating system environment, if possible, we suggest you to backup the data and reinstall genuine Windows 7 and do not install other 3rd party utilities to see if the problem is caused by system environment or software.

Regards,
GIGABYTE
"

Thanks to all im gonna play biggrin.gif

wave2.gifwave2.gifwave2.gif

party.gif
post #3869 of 7451

Maybe a silly question, and am sure is answered somewhere.

 

So I have modded my bios to be tailored to my card at its max stable clocks with custom fan profile.  I have thrown every test and game at it, no crashing encountered, and I stay below 70C so am happy with my results.  Is there a drawback to ocing this way, vs telling afterburner how much mhz to add to achieve the same overclock?  Just thinking should there be any instability in the future, could it end up being problematic to flash stock bios then?

    
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Maybe a silly question, and am sure is answered somewhere.

So I have modded my bios to be tailored to my card at its max stable clocks with custom fan profile.  I have thrown every test and game at it, no crashing encountered, and I stay below 70C so am happy with my results.  Is there a drawback to ocing this way, vs telling afterburner how much mhz to add to achieve the same overclock?  Just thinking should there be any instability in the future, could it end up being problematic to flash stock bios then?

Nope, setting speed in BIOS or O/C = same results
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