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I've noticed that GPU_Z reports fan speeds at 1280rpm with a temp of 41 degrees celcius. When I examine the fans they're not spinning at all. I know this card has a feature that won't spin up the fans unless its under load but then shouldn't gpu-z say "0rpm" ??
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thanks for the tips yeah custom fan profile on the card, and case air flow shouldn't be a problem i have a haf 932.

Hope all works great
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1530583/fta-frame-time-analyzer-v1-0-1-supports-bf4-civ-be-da-i

It was the most accurate tool I think. Also fun fact it works for Battlefront.

Hi,

A little bit off topic I guess offtopic.gif I tried yesterday to measure my fps in Dragon Age Inquisition with this tool, but I can't get it to record a benchmark or make a benchmark log. All I see is that you need a premade benchmark log and can analyse it with this tool. Am I missing something. help would be highly appreciated since I want to test if mantle on win 10 performs less good and if driver 15.10 beta or 15.7 gives me better fps.
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You cant really just look at everyone else numbers and copy them, every card has its limits, some cards OC good, some average and some bad, its not called the silicon lottery for nothing smile.gif You pretty much have to bump up the numbers little by little, if you then start seeing artifacts or crashes you dial the OC back a bit.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vUEMS-B1Siw Jayztwocents did a pretty nice video on overclocking a little while back.

Thank you! And I just realized there is a table with results in the first post... I think I stabilized it at 1100/1600 without giving extra Voltage on my graphics card.
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Your numbers are quite low, I'm almost sure you're throttling. have you maxed out the power limit (plus 50%)? You should do that. Also, be careful when going above 100mv, as that card's VRM cooling, while decent, isn't stellar, and they get quite hot the more voltage you pump into them.

Here's an image of me getting 67FPS at a super high overclock. You should be around 60~FPS average and maxing out from 120-130.

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Your numbers are quite low, I'm almost sure you're throttling. have you maxed out the power limit (plus 50%)? You should do that. Also, be careful when going above 100mv, as that card's VRM cooling, while decent, isn't stellar, and they get quite hot the more voltage you pump into them.

Here's an image of me getting 67FPS at a super high overclock. You should be around 60~FPS average and maxing out from 120-130.


I was wondering about the max fps as well. First I thought it was because it ran at windowed mode, but I don't reach more in fullscreen. Most of the time, I see the fps stable at 60, and I have the feeling it throttles here, yeah. But I don't know why. However, here's my firestrike benchmark:




It doesn't look that bad, does it?
post #3607 of 11961
I only started using Firestrike recently so I don't have a great feel for the numbers, but I can get 14.7k with MAX overclock, so 13.4k seems completely fine. Run GPUz and take note of max core/VRM temps when you are benching, if core gets to mid 80s it might start throttling. And if VRMs get in the 90s/100s it might throttle too.
post #3608 of 11961
Ok, I had vsync activated. Now the results look much more like the others here:

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HAH, that would explain it. Yes your results are now very normal. Are you monitoring your temps? What clocks was that at?
post #3610 of 11961
Temperatures are stable around 70°. These results are now with 1100/1600 without any change of the voltage. I'm gonna keep it this way, I don't feel very comfortable with higher voltage settings in everyday use.
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