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Thanks for sharing. Looks very good! At what clock do you have your 7700k? With my 4790k@4,7Ghz i get min frames of 60,x in supo 4k.

Have you already tested if your settings are totally stable? Like doing a FireStrike Ultra Loop for a couple of hours, or a Superposition Stress test? I had my FE at 2100 first too and it was stable for a run or two or three. But when i did some more intense testing, i found out it crashes after 30 or 60 minutes looped Metro or FSUltra. Actually i am back at 2050/6000, stock voltage curve. No powerlimiting at all thanks to shunt mod and watercooling, and i'm totally fine with that. I start loosing interest to squeeze out the last possible MHz and try to find a rock stable 24/7 setting. Actually 2050/6000@stock voltage(mostly 1,05V) and 4790k@4,7@1,325V seems to be it for me. I already had this setting on benchmark loops for some time. Will test it two or three nights more on Supo 4k, FSUltra and Metro LL Redux loops. If its absoluty stable, maybe i keep it and stop testing... redface.gif

5.2GHz on the CPU... yeah this GPU OC and CPU OC are my bench settings... for every day use my cpu is at 4.8GHz and gpu 2063 / 6000 while my fans barly spinning... so a not audible system. watercooling 4tw

Edit: haven't tested how long it is stable like that, but tbh i don't care those borderline overclocks are for competitions and stuff, like i said for normal use my oc is a lot more conservative
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5.2GHz on the CPU... yeah this GPU OC and CPU OC are my bench settings... for every day use my cpu is at 4.8GHz and gpu 2063 / 6000 while my fans barly spinning... so a not audible system. watercooling 4tw

Edit: haven't tested how long it is stable like that, but tbh i don't care those borderline overclocks are for competitions and stuff, like i said for normal use my oc is a lot more conservative

I see. Same for me. Two days ago i pushed my 4790k to 5Ghz@1,525V for a Fire Strike run, which it did. But i would not use this setting regulary biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by dunbheagan View Post

I see. Same for me. Two days ago i pushed my 4790k to 5Ghz@1,525V for a Fire Strike run, which it did. But i would not use this setting regulary biggrin.gif

If I put that much voltage through my CPU I'd be able to use it as a barbecue even while it's being water-cooled!
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Originally Posted by dunbheagan View Post

Thanks for sharing. Looks very good! At what clock do you have your 7700k? With my 4790k@4,7Ghz i get min frames of 60,x in supo 4k.

Have you already tested if your settings are totally stable? Like doing a FireStrike Ultra Loop for a couple of hours, or a Superposition Stress test? I had my FE at 2100 first too and it was stable for a run or two or three. But when i did some more intense testing, i found out it crashes after 30 or 60 minutes looped Metro or FSUltra. Actually i am back at 2050/6000, stock voltage curve. No powerlimiting at all thanks to shunt mod and watercooling, and i'm totally fine with that. I start loosing interest to squeeze out the last possible MHz and try to find a rock stable 24/7 setting. Actually 2050/6000@stock voltage(mostly 1,05V) and 4790k@4,7@1,325V seems to be it for me. I already had this setting on benchmark loops for some time. Will test it two or three nights more on Supo 4k, FSUltra and Metro LL Redux loops. If its absoluty stable, maybe i keep it and stop testing... redface.gif
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Originally Posted by dunbheagan View Post

Thanks for sharing. Looks very good! At what clock do you have your 7700k? With my 4790k@4,7Ghz i get min frames of 60,x in supo 4k.

Have you already tested if your settings are totally stable? Like doing a FireStrike Ultra Loop for a couple of hours, or a Superposition Stress test? I had my FE at 2100 first too and it was stable for a run or two or three. But when i did some more intense testing, i found out it crashes after 30 or 60 minutes looped Metro or FSUltra. Actually i am back at 2050/6000, stock voltage curve. No powerlimiting at all thanks to shunt mod and watercooling, and i'm totally fine with that. I start loosing interest to squeeze out the last possible MHz and try to find a rock stable 24/7 setting. Actually 2050/6000@stock voltage(mostly 1,05V) and 4790k@4,7@1,325V seems to be it for me. I already had this setting on benchmark loops for some time. Will test it two or three nights more on Supo 4k, FSUltra and Metro LL Redux loops. If its absoluty stable, maybe i keep it and stop testing... redface.gif

Yeah, 4790K is going to hold back those minimums and averages oh well it's only 1 to 3 fps.
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I tried messing around with the curve and I kept getting crashes. I'll just have to stick with my +100 core +500 memory and be satisfied. I wasn't using any benchmarks just a steam game. It's not the best optimized game but it doesn't crash with my original settings so I'll jus assume I'm maxed out. That's fine I'm def happy with over 2ghz. Can't complain.
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Okay, I'm hoping someone can help me out simply here. I switched from using eVGA PxOC to MSI AB. PxOC was causing a lot of tearing in videos (YT, Netflix, etc) as well as a lot of microstuttering in my benching. Weird, I know.

Anyway, since I switched to AB, things have been good, BUT, my card does NOT want to go above 1.000V for some reason. I dunno if I have something set wrong, or if there's something else I have to check. In PxOC, it would go to 1.093V as needed, and settle at a less dramatic voltage, usually above 1.000. Now, it barely, if ever, goes above 1.000V.

Here are all the AB settings and graphs if it helps. THANK YOU!!!!! biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifredface.gif

(I tried to catch the graphs right as I got out of Andromeda, but by the time I got everything situated, it was almost gone)
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I remember this thread to have nearly 100 posts. It grows so fast lol. I hope it is not to late to join the club.

After initial testing, it goes straight under the water.

Just waiting for EK to ship me the backplate (nickel version) which I ordered over a week ago. Funny enough as of today you cannot find it on their store, it's been removed mad.gif
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Just got the same Evga Fe Ti today ;]

Nickel not available? that cant be right, I want nickel on my card..
post #7399 of 10828
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Okay, I'm hoping someone can help me out simply here. I switched from using eVGA PxOC to MSI AB. PxOC was causing a lot of tearing in videos (YT, Netflix, etc) as well as a lot of microstuttering in my benching. Weird, I know.

Anyway, since I switched to AB, things have been good, BUT, my card does NOT want to go above 1.000V for some reason. I dunno if I have something set wrong, or if there's something else I have to check. In PxOC, it would go to 1.093V as needed, and settle at a less dramatic voltage, usually above 1.000. Now, it barely, if ever, goes above 1.000V.

Here are all the AB settings and graphs if it helps. THANK YOU!!!!! biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifredface.gif

(I tried to catch the graphs right as I got out of Andromeda, but by the time I got everything situated, it was almost gone)
did you complete uninstall Precision X? and did you ddu your drivers and re-install? If not, id uninstall afterburner, ddud drivers, install drivers with clean install, then install afterburner. You'll be good then i bet.
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did you complete uninstall Precision X? and did you ddu your drivers and re-install? If not, id uninstall afterburner, ddud drivers, install drivers with clean install, then install afterburner. You'll be good then i bet.

Nope and nope. Ha ha rolleyes.gif

I'll try that right now, and do a fresh install of AB as well after all the driver malarky is finished. Thanks!
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