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post #3101 of 10798
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Why would someone with a new build choose a CPU that is older architecture and 2 years old? I'd much rather start with the newer higher clocking 7700k. It will hold its value much better in the foreseeable future.
it's not 2 years old, it's a year and a half old. But the obvious answer is because it has the L4 crystalwell cache and it's the only one who does. But, as I already said, do it IF YOU ALREADY have a z97 board and good ddr3. I was talking specifically to posters who are on the same arc. re-read the very post of mine that you quoted. I said clearly" i dont recommend going backwards in arch, but if you have a 4690k/4790k it's a no brainer."
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How are these cards doing under water? 2100mhz+ every time?
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How are these cards doing under water? 2100mhz+ every time?

Stability is hit or miss for most at 2100. My card will bench it if it stays cool. I would say if you get over 2050 you have a decent card. 2100 would be a golden sample.
    
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At 2075mhz on my Gigabyte FE card with no artifacts on stock air. I'm planning on putting an Antec 620 on it.... 2100 should be no problem.
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Been experimenting with a power curve under water. At +180 1.093v under water, no shunt mod, voltages fluctuate from 1050v up and down often to 1.093v. redface.gif
At +160 1.075v, voltages fluctuate between 1.062 and 1.075v, sometimes dropping to 1.050v. rolleyes.gif

At +152 1.062v core and voltages stay maxed out 99% of the time, all these while running Heaven bench. biggrin.gif

Temps average around 42C with an EK block and backplate.

So I'm thinking the 1.062v voltage stable is better the higher clocks with it jumping around. As you know on a voltage curve if voltages drop, clocks drop too.

You agree a constant voltage/clock is the way to go? lachen.gif
    
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Hmmm, am I doing something wrong? With voltage slider at 100%, my voltage won't go above 1031mv.trying to run a custom curve.

Running heaven in window mode looking at MSI AFTERBURNER.
Edited by SlimJ87D - 3/31/17 at 10:06pm
post #3107 of 10798
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You have to keep the temps down but you might be able to get 2100.5 at less that 1.062

Okay, your method worked. I don't know how to go above 1.062V, but with the voltage curve, my card can push 2100 Mhz on the core. Thank you. Joining the Twenty-One-Hundred-Club now biggrin.gif.



Edit: Wow, for a little bit my card ran at 2114 MHz for like 5 scenes in heaven. I think I can push this baby even further but think I'm settled at 2101 MHz.


Edited by SlimJ87D - 3/31/17 at 11:01pm
post #3108 of 10798
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Why would someone with a new build choose a CPU that is older architecture and 2 years old? I'd much rather start with the newer higher clocking 7700k. It will hold its value much better in the foreseeable future.

What he meant was that if you are already on Haswell, upgrading to a 5775c is comparable to a full platform upgrade to Kaby lake in terms of performance. Obviously, going 7700k is ideal for future proofing but an overclocked 5775c is a drop in upgrade (that means no reinstallation of Windows and no fiddling around with unscrewing hardware) so its minimal fuss.

I'm not at my desktop atm but I suspect the 7700k needs to be at least 4.8ghz + with 3000mhz CL15 type DDR4 to exceed a 5775c in games. Ill do a followup when I get home from holidays and get my 7700k delidded and tested.
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Joining the 2100 club. band.gif

No shunt mod, sometimes clocks drop below 2100 but I know driver never crashed or suspended, I turned off 'Restore settings after driver suspend' and voltages and clocks stayed at what I had the set at.

GPU-ZSensorLog.txt 125k .txt file

HardwareMonitoring.zip 6k .zip file Afterburner log.



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Joining the 2100 club. band.gif

No shunt mod, sometimes clocks drop below 2100 but I know driver never crashed or suspended, I turned off 'Restore settings after driver suspend' and voltages and clocks stayed at what I had the set at.

GPU-ZSensorLog.txt 125k .txt file

HardwareMonitoring.zip 6k .zip file Afterburner log.



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I think the club is going to continue to grow once others start figuring out how to tame the beast that is voltage curve!
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