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Played 3-4 hours of BF4. BF4 is much more intense on the OC than R6S in my experience.
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Originally Posted by GreedyMuffin View Post

Played 3-4 hours of BF4. BF4 is much more intense on the OC than R6S in my experience.

I also thought R6S would be very light on the OC, specially after passing several Firestrike Stress Tests with +99% (that proved to be a big OC breaker for me), but I can't even play for 5 min that I get crazy screen freezes when undervolted.

Boomer, I was very happy to run a steady 2100mhz after the temp clockdowns with 1.031V.
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I also thought R6S would be very light on the OC, specially after passing several Firestrike Stress Tests with +99% (that proved to be a big OC breaker for me), but I can't even play for 5 min that I get crazy screen freezes when undervolted.

Boomer, I was very happy to run a steady 2100mhz after the temp clockdowns with 1.031V.

I've atcually never gotten a crash in R6S. If you have BF4 I would def. test with that.

A family member is currently playing on my comp. Traveled from Iceland to Norway. So it's a win-win. He will test the system for me. hehe tongue.gif
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If you're overclocks are passing stress tests by anything less than 100% and you're crashing games, then you're not stable, simples. biggrin.gif
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If you're overclocks are passing stress tests by anything less than 100% and you're crashing games, then you're not stable, simples. biggrin.gif

^This.

Luckily mine is atcually stable. biggrin.gif
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If you're overclocks are passing stress tests by anything less than 100% and you're crashing games, then you're not stable, simples. biggrin.gif

Are you familiarized with Firestrike Stress Test? Anything above 97% is considered a successful pass.

"After running a 3DMark Stress Test, you will see your system’s Frame Rate Stability score. A high score means your PC's performance under load is stable and consistent. To pass the test, your system must complete all loops with a Frame Rate Stability of at least 97%. For more details, please read our 3DMark Technical Guide." https://www.futuremark.com/pressreleases/check-your-pcs-stability-with-new-3dmark-stress-tests

This rating takes into account framerate consistency. If your card's clock fluctuates, you lose consistency. We all know that Pascal GPU opens at a clock and get's downclocked over time due to temperatures. Mine get's 2 clock downs, from 2126 to 2100 from idle to 55ºC. That's why no card will get 100%.

Go ahead and try with stock settings to see if you get 100% with a aircooling and temp throttle.
Edited by juniordnz - 8/26/16 at 7:32am
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Is that the temp reading from your benchmark?

I would say that 82 degrees is a little hot for a non oc benchmark. What was your ambient temperature? I would use a custom fan speed setup, the standard seems to be a little conservative IMO

Few things working against me on that last benchmark,
  • Front panel CPU rad/fan blowing directly over 1080
  • Ambient temp 76-78 F
  • No custom fan profile selected
  • Forgot to uninstall SpeedFan (previously used with 295x, interfering with system fan)

I moved the cpu rad/fan higher so hot air blows out the top of the case.
Set fan profile to Aggressive.
Uninstalled SpeedFan

Ran test again, temps came down 6-8C,

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Few things working against me on that last benchmark,
  • Front panel CPU rad/fan blowing directly over 1080
  • Ambient temp 76-78 F
  • No custom fan profile selected
  • Forgot to uninstall SpeedFan (previously used with 295x, interfering with system fan)

I moved the cpu rad/fan higher so hot air blows out the top of the case.
Set fan profile to Aggressive.
Uninstalled SpeedFan

Ran test again, temps came down 6-8C,


Still too high IMO for a FTW. Mine always stays around 55C with 100% fan setting. And that in a hot county with no AC in my room.
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Originally Posted by juniordnz View Post

Still too high IMO for a FTW. Mine always stays around 55C with 100% fan setting. And that in a hot county with no AC in my room.

you must have a chip that doesnt produce much heat then, my FTW at 100% hovers 65-70C in games and sometimes I even seen 74-75C when it starts using 110%+ power.
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