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You know what to do then rob.
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Looks like 6700K will dominate frown.gif
I'm not so sure about that. My G3258 dualie seems to be playing nicely with thees old single threaded benches.

I was able to get some air testing done today. I am frustrated with the core, it wont do more than 830 even going as high as 1.5v. The memory however its very stable with a shocking 1300 @ 2.3v. Hopefully going cold will allow me to get past 830 core.

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i guess my .04 bios theory is wrong thankfully. just got a bfg oc with samsung memory bios version .07. I peeked under the cooler so slowly and was really happy.



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bet you were like a kid at Christmas unwrapping his presents tongue.gif

Got to say this is my favourite thread on here for a long time, so many things learnt in a short space of time for me. If I had the chance I would absolutely try my hand at this but I know I'd probably get schooled by the new kids on the block anyway tongue.gif

Have fun guys and I'll be watching this one closely smile.gif
post #255 of 677
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Yup! It can be incredibly difficult with more complex controllers though... disabling all kinds of features which often times requires someone with non-public knowledge of the design.
I'd be jacked to have my E-Power card boot... even if I did it with the wrong GPU! Job well done... hopefully you can get it on a good Samsung card.

Now I'm going to go home and run more volts on water lol

ya man, I couldn't believe how much voltage it took. I have been having a blast with this card this week on just water. Tweaking every night trying to squeeze the most out of it. I miss the days when cards scaled with voltage at ambient temps. These new maxwell cards are so boring to clock on air and water.

 

 Did you epower mem phase too.. or just core?

post #256 of 677
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Originally Posted by xxbassplayerxx View Post

A stock 8800 GTS 512MB does around 46000 in 03 with a 4.8GHz 6700K in Windows 7 64-bit. Windows XP will likely score higher.

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Originally Posted by Rasparthe View Post

At 4.5Ghz my 8800 GT (stock) did around 78000 in 01 and 43000 in 03, didn't run AQ3 but I would expect somewhere around 325000.

thanks thumb.gif those guys are pulling crazy numbers :L
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Looks like 6700K will dominate frown.gif

Depends how much you want to clock that 4770k of yours wink.gif Turn off HT and disable 2 cores, get that 4770k to 5 GHz++!
post #258 of 677
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 Did you epower mem phase too.. or just core?

I originally did because I didn't know you had to cut pin 15 and just epower on gpu wasn't working, no mem volts, so I had 2 epowers on and it worked but no increase to memory speed. Then I found out to cut pin 15 and removed the memory epower and it worked.

I lost the original memory phase so I pulled one off of a dead epower and replaced it and it worked great. Something happened though when I had both epowers hooked up. I went to plug in the epower while everything was running and everything shut down and resistor on epower burnt up, not sure what I did. So luckily I was able to switch back to original mem vrm and one epower was still ok. My rambling point is this card has been so amazing for practice for me.

But I made one huge mistake. I was using my cheap 100w iron to remove phases off the dead epower but they are thru hole so I was pushing a little too hard with the iron. It bent the iron a little and crazy sparks went in my face. I was so surprised I thru the iron in the air and it landed on my rug. I stared at it on the floor for a minute so surprised, not realizing it was burning right thru my carpet. I have a huge hole, haha.

It was definitely an experience and basically my first times really soldering but I had a lot of fun and learned a lot and got a lot of practice.

I also learned that epowering the memory on these older cards isn't great. Because to get full speed out of the sammy chips you need at least 2.3v and the new epower is only single channel and so the vcore only goes up to 2.0v with the evbot, you could do an offset hardmod but I haven't. But for the quimonda chips it was perfect because my chips liked 1.8-1.85v
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bet you were like a kid at Christmas unwrapping his presents tongue.gif

Got to say this is my favourite thread on here for a long time, so many things learnt in a short space of time for me. If I had the chance I would absolutely try my hand at this but I know I'd probably get schooled by the new kids on the block anyway tongue.gif

Have fun guys and I'll be watching this one closely smile.gif

I get so stupid with this stuff. I pulled all the screws off and wouldn't even look right away, so I went out to smoke and came back in and had one eye really squinted while pulling the cooler off, but then there was thermal pad residue so I couldn't even see. I finally partially wiped it off and made out an S and got excited. It's important because if I can epower it again and mix it with a 6700k I could get a lot of hardware points. I still have a lot of low hardware subs making up my 20, the 3 water subs for this card became top 20 for me so that was really cool.

It's weird because if I think of my experience with this card compared to some really nice ones I have benched and I am having the most fun with this card.
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post #259 of 677
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I originally did because I didn't know you had to cut pin 15 and just epower on gpu wasn't working, no mem volts, so I had 2 epowers on and it worked but no increase to memory speed. Then I found out to cut pin 15 and removed the memory epower and it worked.

I lost the original memory phase so I pulled one off of a dead epower and replaced it and it worked great. Something happened though when I had both epowers hooked up. I went to plug in the epower while everything was running and everything shut down and resistor on epower burnt up, not sure what I did. So luckily I was able to switch back to original mem vrm and one epower was still ok. My rambling point is this card has been so amazing for practice for me.

But I made one huge mistake. I was using my cheap 100w iron to remove phases off the dead epower but they are thru hole so I was pushing a little too hard with the iron. It bent the iron a little and crazy sparks went in my face. I was so surprised I thru the iron in the air and it landed on my rug. I stared at it on the floor for a minute so surprised, not realizing it was burning right thru my carpet. I have a huge hole, haha.

It was definitely an experience and basically my first times really soldering but I had a lot of fun and learned a lot and got a lot of practice.

I also learned that epowering the memory on these older cards isn't great. Because to get full speed out of the sammy chips you need at least 2.3v and the new epower is only single channel and so the vcore only goes up to 2.0v with the evbot, you could do an offset hardmod but I haven't. But for the quimonda chips it was perfect because my chips liked 1.8-1.85v
I get so stupid with this stuff. I pulled all the screws off and wouldn't even look right away, so I went out to smoke and came back in and had one eye really squinted while pulling the cooler off, but then there was thermal pad residue so I couldn't even see. I finally partially wiped it off and made out an S and got excited. It's important because if I can epower it again and mix it with a 6700k I could get a lot of hardware points. I still have a lot of low hardware subs making up my 20, the 3 water subs for this card became top 20 for me so that was really cool.

It's weird because if I think of my experience with this card compared to some really nice ones I have benched and I am having the most fun with this card.

Burned Carpet/10, would throw iron in the air again.

On a second note, I'm getting a 9800 this weekend and I will play with scores to compare for fun. I can't wait to see the model I will be getting (It's free, I have no idea what's in store). I will be trying to get a friend of mine to help with v-mods to bring it to new heights. I don't have LN2 though, all I have is water, which will be cold (like going through a deep freeze cold).
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Depends how much you want to clock that 4770k of yours wink.gif Turn off HT and disable 2 cores, get that 4770k to 5 GHz++!

If I am right, it is not good idea turn oof HT and 2 cores...would be best rise up that 4770k 's frequency with LN2 and see what you can get. biggrin.gif
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