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11-22-2018 02:55 PM
Tim Drake Ok so 2 BIOS' only got me 1.162v and the MSI one got me 1.18v but my card has used 1.212v before and I can't seem to replicate it as I can't remember how I did it.

Any ideas?
11-15-2018 09:59 AM
marcgarcia322 hello looking for fans for evga 770 2gb sc any help
much appreciated
04-29-2018 12:53 PM
djthrottleboi
Quote: Originally Posted by cjc75 View Post
Ok. Thanks! I wasn't sure if a 10 - 12 year old PSU would have enough juice on its 12v rail to support the demands of my 770.
Only one way to find out as there is no stable graph of degradation to follow. Try it out as the system should be able to work on 500w if its not overloaded with fans and hdd's and stuff.
04-27-2018 12:10 PM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by cjc75 View Post
Ok. Thanks! I wasn't sure if a 10 - 12 year old PSU would have enough juice on its 12v rail to support the demands of my 770.
Well actually that I don't know and it's questionable. With capacitor degradation over time it may not work correctly.. a 10 year old PSU won't hold as much power as it originally did new. So it may actually not, even at 650 watts.. only way is to try and see.
04-27-2018 04:55 AM
cjc75 Ok. Thanks! I wasn't sure if a 10 - 12 year old PSU would have enough juice on its 12v rail to support the demands of my 770.
04-27-2018 03:47 AM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by cjc75 View Post
So I am looking at maybe upgrading replacing my aging GTX 770 in the near future...

I have this one:
https://www.evga.com/products/Specs/...d-3eb5798e8a68

I also have two PC's here, and one of them is an older i5-2500K with an even older GTX 275 in it.
I plan to replace the 770 in my primary rig, and then use it to replace the old 275 in the second Rig.

The second Rig with the 275 has the following PSU in it:
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...2E16817153040R

My question is, can that PSU support my GTX 770... or will I also have to consider replacing it too?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...rce_700_series

GTX 770 is only 230 watts. Your system is more than adequate for it.
04-26-2018 05:52 PM
cjc75 So I am looking at maybe upgrading replacing my aging GTX 770 in the near future...

I have this one:
https://www.evga.com/products/Specs/...d-3eb5798e8a68

I also have two PC's here, and one of them is an older i5-2500K with an even older GTX 275 in it.
I plan to replace the 770 in my primary rig, and then use it to replace the old 275 in the second Rig.

The second Rig with the 275 has the following PSU in it:
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...2E16817153040R

My question is, can that PSU support my GTX 770... or will I also have to consider replacing it too?
04-26-2018 12:50 PM
djthrottleboi hhmmmm.
04-25-2018 01:36 PM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by SonicDust187 View Post
Are the 680 and 770 the same cards?
Technically the "Paper Specs" appear the same, the GTX 680 and the GTX 770 both use the identical same GK104-400-A2 GPU chip, but nvidia shipped the GTX 770 with roughly about +40 Mhz to +80 Mhz faster core speed and max boost, but the big difference is nvidia fitted the GTX 770 with faster ram. The ram speed of the GDDR5 on the GTX 680 defaulted to 1502 Mhz (6008 Mhz Effective), where as the ram on the GTX 770 shipped with GDDR5 clocked @ 1752.5 Mhz reference, 7010 Mhz Effective. Other than that, they both use 256-Bit wide memory bus, GDDR5, and the exact same core. And (From what I can tell) the exact same GDDR5 as well. Just the GTX 770 is effectively a factory-overclocked GTX 680 from the nvidia reference spec, and then some AIB partner cards boosted it even higher for their aftermarket versions of the GTX 770. I don't know the exact differences, perhaps nvidia uses different physical ram chips for the 770's vs the 680's to get the faster ram speed for the 770's. Perhaps it's the same chips and they just overclocked it and locked it in and shipped it as a factory model. That I don't know why or how, but the GTX 770 does have faster ram by default.
04-25-2018 12:57 AM
feznz
Quote: Originally Posted by SonicDust187 View Post
Are the 680 and 770 the same cards?
same GPU but the 770 has faster memory than 680 there is a thread where some people have successfully flashed 770 Bios to a 680 but most cards don't really handle the faster default memory speed.
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