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12-14-2019 07:20 PM
Cyclops Then overclock it to the point where it's stable.
12-14-2019 06:27 PM
GeneralHawkins
Quote: Originally Posted by Cyclops View Post
No, it works at 1152 mhz which is the correct frequency, no revision needed.
my big issue is that my performance in most games are literally the same with no additional frame gain at 1152
and thermal throttling isn't the issue because my temps are always 50-60 and rarely 70
12-14-2019 12:52 PM
Cyclops No, it works at 1152 mhz which is the correct frequency, no revision needed.
12-14-2019 12:21 PM
GeneralHawkins
Quote: Originally Posted by Cyclops View Post
Here.

It'll either boost to 1152 MHz and be stable, or boost to 1392 MHz and most likely crash. If it crashes, let me know and I'll fix it for you in another revision.
so cyclops what did you mean by this, i thought you would have just revised it since you predicted it right ?
12-14-2019 12:17 PM
GeneralHawkins
Quote: Originally Posted by Shawnb99 View Post
Yes. No two chips are the same.
hm, never knew that
12-14-2019 12:16 PM
Shawnb99
Quote: Originally Posted by GeneralHawkins View Post
hm.. so basically what you are trying to say is his hardware may be built in a slightly more superior quality than mine even if they look the same?


Yes. No two chips are the same.
12-14-2019 12:12 PM
GeneralHawkins
Quote: Originally Posted by Cyclops View Post
Google Silicon lottery.
hm.. so basically what you are trying to say is his hardware may be built in a slightly more superior quality than mine even if they look the same?
12-14-2019 11:50 AM
Cyclops Google Silicon lottery.
12-14-2019 11:48 AM
GeneralHawkins
Quote: Originally Posted by Cyclops View Post
You're reaching the limit of your overclock then.
yes but i had a friend with the exact pc and gpu,his max overclock was 1360 and it ran extremely stable...
12-14-2019 10:47 AM
Cyclops You're reaching the limit of your overclock then.
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