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EVGA ---GTX770 4GB---86.0%---1111/1753---1228/1753~1.2V---Hyper  Threaded

Thanks! No memory overclock?

 

 

 

ok IVI, here is my oc stats

gtx 660--74.8%--1163mhz--1598mhz--1.17 v

And this is your card??

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814500270

What's the stock voltage?

 

That's the one , stock volts is.865 at idle. that core speed is at boost, I have it set at 1050mhz but the boost takes it up to 1163 mhz

 

Thanks, complete!

 

78.1%, 1085/1753, 1.1 volts stock 3D

 

Haven't bothered overclocking it. :lol: Reference model GTX 770.

I see, it's a 2GB I'm assuming? Added

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Yeah, memory is stock. I primarily use it for [email protected], clock speed and cores are all I care about.

I figured, seeing it was you haha

 

 

I see, it's a 2GB I'm assuming? Added

Yup, 2 GB.
I see....gotta update that sig haha

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ASUS ---GTX780Ti---79.3%---928MHz/1750MHz~1.162V---1152MHz/1850MHz~1.212V---Knight_72

 

928MHz and 1152Mhz are the "Boost" frequencies specified in GPU-Z. The actual in-game boost frequency after overclocking is actually around 1250MHz for the core.

 

The voltage seems wierd though. At stock it uses 1.162V, and when overclocking I set it to +75mV in Afterburner but it still seems to use 1.162V most of the time and on the odd occasion it shoots up to 1.212V for a short period.

 

I guess the reason I am not able to OC higher is because it doesn't run 1.212V all the time, anyway it is still a nice overclock :)

Edited by Knight_72

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71.4, stock, xfx core

 

bad?

Clock speeds and voltage?

 

stock so 900mhz core and 1250mhz memory, voltage at idle is 0.950V, does it need to be load?

Edited by DanTheGamer11

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ASUS ---GTX780Ti---79.3%---928MHz/1750MHz~1.162V---1152MHz/1850MHz~1.212V---Knight_72

 

928MHz and 1152Mhz are the "Boost" frequencies specified in GPU-Z. The actual in-game boost frequency after overclocking is actually around 1250MHz for the core.

 

The voltage seems wierd though. At stock it uses 1.162V, and when overclocking I set it to +75mV in Afterburner but it still seems to use 1.162V most of the time and on the odd occasion it shoots up to 1.212V for a short period.

 

I guess the reason I am not able to OC higher is because it doesn't run 1.212V all the time, anyway it is still a nice overclock :)

 

I think you can force the voltage to be constant and not dynamic in afterburner can't you. You boost clockers confuse me with my "older" card lol

 

 

 

 

71.4, stock, xfx core

 

bad?

 

Clock speeds and voltage?

 

stock so 900mhz core and 1250mhz memory, voltage at idle is 0.950V, does it need to be load?

Nah, those sound like what a loaded stock clocked card would be

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1.169V for load in ksp, sowee :) Did you oc ur 7950? Mine is not so smooth on far cry 3 :/

Me you mean?? I have the overclock I posted in the original post but haven't been running it since I haven't needed to. If I had Far Cry 3 I'd test what I'd get in it but sadly I don't

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PowerColor Devil R9 270X----stock core: 1180Mhz, mem: 1400Mhz---oc'ed core:1200Mhz, mem: 1500Mhz

ACIS Value 80.8%

 

 

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IVI you misspelled my name.

 

The clocks I posted I can run Kombuster for 30 min no problems, I ran through 3 runs of Heaven Benchmark, and played Metro Last Light for a couple hours, but Crysis 2 and Battlefield 4 bsod or crash with driver errors. Crysis 2 I was able to run at 1150/1520, Battlefield seems to be really picky and wont let me run more than 1125/1500.......

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