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Getting 1440 on my stock EVGA's so far. Actually had a bit of a scare when I first started playing with them. For some reason when SLI was initially enabled I was getting blue flickering in 3D mode ohno-smiley.gif. I had removed the SLI bridge and blew into the connectors and so far so good.

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Edited by wholeeo - 3/27/15 at 6:51pm
post #2852 of 18022
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Getting 1440 on my stock EVGA's so far. Actually had a bit of a scare when I first started playing with them. For some reason when SLI was initially enabled I was getting blue flickering in 3D mode ohno-smiley.gif. I had removed the SLI bridge and blew into the connectors and so far so good.

Is that with voltage bumped all the way up?
    
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Is that with voltage bumped all the way up?

Yes, that's with it bumped all the way up in EVGA Precision. I should have mentioned that.
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example (assuming no polling clash on the sensor)



1450/2008

Any idea which is the more accurate?

The memory is the oddest one I think showing up at 4000 mhz vs 2000 mhz
post #2855 of 18022
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OK so after playing around with my cards for another couple days, I'm a bit frustrated... is it a common thing with these cards that increasing voltage decreases stability of an overclock? With overvolting, I can get 3dmark to pass consistently at almost 1500 MHz on the core but no matter what I do, if I have a voltage bump applied, eventually I get a crash in some game. Without any voltage bump, 1370 MHz (+200 core) is all I can get 100% stable. That same clock is not stable if I overvolt.

Had this same issue with my two 780s... voltage increases were a no-go. Can't tell if it's my cards, the fact that they're air cooled and not under water, or if I'm just missing something about how to overvolt Kepler/Maxwell.

Can't say I saw that with the 980s I had and haven't had these long enough to test yet. I'll be stress testing them some more after Tuesday. What games are you seeing crashes in?
    
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Voltage is locked in AB at this time, you need to use Prec X.
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can't use afterburner ATM with these cards. Only precision X will adjust voltage.

If you are maxing out power target and you still cant get stable its time to push more voltage.
Thanks guys. This is the info I needed. I typically avoid Precision X because the UI is perhaps the must unfriendly, ugly thing I've ever seen tongue.gif

But it worked. Pushed the voltage up by 112mV and now it's super stable. But the temperature is absolutely not exceeding 70 degrees. Even when running Crysis 3 at 4K with 4xTXAA for an extended period of time. Could it be that the temperature reading is inaccurate? Because it's not matching up with expectations.

Here's a screenshot of my on screen display.

Card "should" be hitting around 83 degrees under load.

72536.png

I do have my fan profile setup to be 100% if the card hits 80 degrees, so I don't know if that's helping or not.
post #2857 of 18022
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I love when I start a day like that! biggrin.gif
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Thanks guys. This is the info I needed. I typically avoid Precision X because the UI is perhaps the must unfriendly, ugly thing I've ever seen tongue.gif

But it worked. Pushed the voltage up by 112mV and now it's super stable. But the temperature is absolutely not exceeding 70 degrees. Even when running Crysis 3 at 4K with 4xTXAA for an extended period of time. Could it be that the temperature reading is inaccurate? Because it's not matching up with expectations.

Here's a screenshot of my on screen display.

Card "should" be hitting around 83 degrees under load.

72536.png

I do have my fan profile setup to be 100% if the card hits 80 degrees, so I don't know if that's helping or not.

Temps depend on ambient. And Anand just use the stock fan profile so that's why their card is so hot.
 
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Any idea which is the more accurate?

The memory is the oddest one I think showing up at 4000 mhz vs 2000 mhz

for the gpu clock.. IDK what's accurate. I'd say gpuZ sensor tab and Px graph (which is the same as NVI graph/monitor) the ram depends on the software but is consistent...the frequency is 2000, effective (it's DDR5) is 4x, or 8000. the 4000... seems like someone put a wrong multiplier in the code. wink.gif
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I managed this so far, it settles at 1410mhz and temps at 75 with my current fancurve that tops at 65%.
Tested for about 7hours of various gaming and benchmarks, stable so far.

Using the evgasc-425tdp bios right now, it's the first one i tried. Not sure if I should maybe use the normal evga-sc bios instead since I'm probably gonna stick with aircooling

75ish temps should be alright for 24/7 right? or does maxwell need to run cooler?
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