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I don't know the exact number on the slider I'm using in AB, but I'm running game stable at 1539Mhz on the core, and just a simple 4000Mhz on the memory. I'm running Cyclops3, so it's pushing 1.274v. When I had two cards in SLI, the most I could reach game stable was 1493Mhz.
    
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I don't know the exact number on the slider I'm using in AB, but I'm running game stable at 1539Mhz on the core, and just a simple 4000Mhz on the memory. I'm running Cyclops3, so it's pushing 1.274v. When I had two cards in SLI, the most I could reach game stable was 1493Mhz.

Do you think i should try after burner? I don't want to flash the bios incase i have to RTM as i want to keep this untill next year..
Seems when i over volt i just get jumping boost really dont know why

here are a few samples of over volting and adding more core but no FPS boost or score increase


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I don't know the exact number on the slider I'm using in AB, but I'm running game stable at 1539Mhz on the core, and just a simple 4000Mhz on the memory. I'm running Cyclops3, so it's pushing 1.274v. When I had two cards in SLI, the most I could reach game stable was 1493Mhz.

what is your ASIC bro?

mines super low

just put card on water with backplate going to see if it loves these volts biggrin.gif
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what is your ASIC bro?

mines super low

just put card on water with backplate going to see if it loves these volts biggrin.gif
It's an EVGA SC model with a 73.3% ASIC. The other card was an EVGA non-SC model, and it had a very low ASIC of something like 62%.
    
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It's an EVGA SC model with a 73.3% ASIC. The other card was an EVGA non-SC model, and it had a very low ASIC of something like 62%.


what was max you could get em to on stock bios?


I might try Cyclops3 bios too
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what was max you could get em to on stock bios?


I might try Cyclops3 bios too
If I remember correctly, it was 1443Mhz with the max voltage on stock bios. I think the max voltage on stock bios is something like ~1.21v.

Edit* this was with SLI though. I've never tested the max stable clocks using stock bios on this card by itself. I could've probably gotten over 1450mhz by itself.
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If I remember correctly, it was 1443Mhz with the max voltage on stock bios. I think the max voltage on stock bios is something like ~1.21v.

any idea why some bios on first page say 1.281v but the max u can do is 1.274v anyway ?

I dont get it lol also thats a pretty big increase in performance if I do say so lol I think my tops out because it needs a bigger power limit
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any idea why some bios on first page say 1.281v but the max u can do is 1.274v anyway ?

I dont get it lol also thats a pretty big increase in performance if I do say so lol I think my tops out because it needs a bigger power limit
I'm not to sure about that. Im sure a few people can chime in on that. It has to do with the actual voltage being used, or something like that. But yeah, 1.274v is the max, unless you use a pencil mod.
    
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It's an EVGA SC model with a 73.3% ASIC. The other card was an EVGA non-SC model, and it had a very low ASIC of something like 62%.
Mine is 69.3 and is a Evga Standard card
trying after burner now but seems to be the same the more volts i add the more the boost jumps around..

dose yours stay at 1550mhz all the time? or boost up and down?
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Originally Posted by romanlegion13th View Post

What sort of over clocks you guys running on your T-Xs?
I can get +195 core +300 mem with Stock Bios and Hybrid cooler..

i watched this was quite helpful he seems to be getting +250 core 400mem with full volts
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vUEMS-B1Siw

Seems when i over volt the boost just jumps around and will not stay steady

I can do 1496 core with anywhere from +300 to +350 on the memory without issue when running any of the "Ultimate" BIOS revisions. If I want to step the RAM up to +500 (4000 MHz, "8000 effective") I have to dial the core clock back just a little bit or I will see display driver crashes.

I'm currently tooling around with the "1.237" variant, and with a waterblock it's running fine. I originally had the "1.281" variant and it was fine, but the heat was a bit much. Seems my card runs just as well at the same clocks with less voltage (and of course, less heat.)

ASIC is 72.6%.

I get this:

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/8656048
Edited by mypickaxe - 6/1/16 at 7:04pm
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