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post #721 of 16563 (permalink) Old 11-08-2013, 08:02 AM
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gpu-z right click on the vddc or vccd (i think i don't remember, I'm at work) and the asic setting should be there. If it's low it means it needs more power and will be a good clocker under water if it's high it needs less power and a better clocker with air
So since I only use air cooling I want a high number?

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Geezzzz...mine's a 67.1% ASIC quality frown.giffrown.giffrown.giffrown.giffrown.gif

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Its a monster o_o

So I am going to say over 100fps once these are on water with added voltage! Going to be amazing results. drool.gif

I have a big bang house. I had all the materials for my new house brought in and dumped on a vacant lot. I took a stick of dynamite, lit the fuse on fire and tossed it into the pile of materials. BOOM went the explosion and when the dust settled I had a new house! Amazing isn't it?
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Geezzzz...mine's a 67.1% ASIC quality frown.giffrown.giffrown.giffrown.giffrown.gif

It's ok son, we'll just have to get you another for SLI.

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Hey guys I got. Question is old my 7950 crossfire cause i it roof the heat noise and lack of driver crossfire performance.

I am buying a 780ti nd was wondering if it was good for 1440p or if sli would be better.

My main concern is this, can 700w platinum psu handle sli with 8320 CPU

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Is the Skynet BIOS tested and safe?

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Is the Skynet BIOS tested and safe?
It will take over your computer and then infect the world. Terminator all over again.

I'm hoping for a super high ASIC 780ti then. Would be fun to get one in the upper 90%.

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