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How high can they go on stock cooling? I have mine at 700/1750/1000 with temps at 68/71/64
Wanting to get as much ppd out of these as I can
 

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Heres a screeny for you to compare..clocks with PPD.

GPU picd on left..is on water..with:
GPUv at 1.266v load and vMEM at 2.10v load load temps at 40c

GPU picd on right is on stock cooling with :
GPUv at 1.266v load and vMEM at 2.10v load load temps at 69c

 

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nvmind, bump!
 

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Originally Posted by sgdude
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nvmind, bump!

..Val didnt say "stock voltage"
...just stock cooling
 

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Originally Posted by CL3P20
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Heres a screeny for you to compare..clocks with PPD.

GPU picd on left..is on water..with:
GPUv at 1.266v load and vMEM at 2.10v load load temps at 40c

GPU picd on right is on stock cooling with :
GPUv at 1.266v load and vMEM at 2.10v load load temps at 69c

gs's are NOT vmodded btw
 

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I have mine running at 710/1775/950, temps max at 58C with fan on 100% but I have great cooling and low ambient.
 

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Sounds like Val needs to hit up Whodie for his SSC BIOS.. a good bump in GPUv from ~1.1v to 1.2v is in order
 

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Originally Posted by rex922 View Post
adjust vram timings to get even higher clock speeds
Thats not really necessary. RAM speeds are mostly limited by voltage...raising the vMEM can be done with a pencil in most cases, and has much less risk involved compared to flashing new timing sets.
Just setting vMEM on my GS to 2.07v [up from 1.96 load] allowed for 1040mhz, folding stable memory...up from the previous max of ~986mhz.

...another teaser shot of 2x vmod'd GS on water, folding away.

 

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I got my ASUS 8800GS at 700/1675/950 and my temps are 59C at load.
 
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