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

ACIS Value 80.8%

Thanks! (Voltages??)

 

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.......

Should I change it to 1125/1500 since that's the all around OC??

 

Ya, IVI, misspelled my name also, I'm a spike not a spick. :yucky:

LOL I'm so sorry, FIXED

 

 

Ya, IVI, misspelled my name also, I'm a spike not a spick. :yucky:

Fail Lol

 

Indeed :pfp:

 

Wishes more people would use the template :(

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 MSI---GTX 670 PE OC----77.0%---1020Mhz(1098Mhz boost clock)/1502~1.037v (stock clocks & volts) bottom card

 

 MSI---GTX 670 PE OC----69.0%---1020Mhz(1098Mhz boost clock)/1502~1.062v (stock clocks & volts) top card

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 MSI---GTX 670 PE OC----77.0%---1020Mhz(1098Mhz boost clock)/1502~1.037v (stock clocks & volts) bottom card

 

 MSI---GTX 670 PE OC----69.0%---1020Mhz(1098Mhz boost clock)/1502~1.062v (stock clocks & volts) top card

Interesting! It looks like there's a direct correlation of ASIC to voltage here! Thanks!

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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

 

 

I tried, but then it just locks it to 1.162V   :teehee:

 

I'm did try EVGA K-Boost in Precision (locks the card to highest core speed and highest voltage)

But the last time I tried it, the clock was unstable and crashed my PC and because K-Boost is always on and doesn't reset when booting, it kept crashing every time I tried to get into Windows to turn it off :( 

 

Guess I'm just going to live with it until I get a nice big Maxwell lol

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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

 

 

I tried, but then it just locks it to 1.162V   :teehee:

 

I'm did try EVGA K-Boost in Precision (locks the card to highest core speed and highest voltage)

But the last time I tried it, the clock was unstable and crashed my PC and because K-Boost is always on and doesn't reset when booting, it kept crashing every time I tried to get into Windows to turn it off :(

 

Guess I'm just going to live with it until I get a nice big Maxwell lol

 

That boost stuff seems like it complicates things slightly huh?

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 MSI---GTX 670 PE OC----77.0%---1020Mhz(1098Mhz boost clock)/1502~1.037v (stock clocks & volts) bottom card

 

 MSI---GTX 670 PE OC----69.0%---1020Mhz(1098Mhz boost clock)/1502~1.062v (stock clocks & volts) top card

Interesting! It looks like there's a direct correlation of ASIC to voltage here! Thanks!

 

 

What is even more interesting is that these two cards were purchased at the same time from the same vendor and the SNs are within 300 of one another.  I'd say that's a fairly large range in manufacturing and silicon quality   :)

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 MSI---GTX 670 PE OC----77.0%---1020Mhz(1098Mhz boost clock)/1502~1.037v (stock clocks & volts) bottom card

 

 MSI---GTX 670 PE OC----69.0%---1020Mhz(1098Mhz boost clock)/1502~1.062v (stock clocks & volts) top card

Interesting! It looks like there's a direct correlation of ASIC to voltage here! Thanks!

 

 

What is even more interesting is that these two cards were purchased at the same time from the same vendor and the SNs are within 300 of one another.  I'd say that's a fairly large range in manufacturing and silicon quality   :)

 

Indeed! It just goes to show you it's always luck of the draw and rarely no two cards are like when they "should" be

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launch day gigabyte HD7970 reference

 

1. Stock Blower setting

GIGABYTE---HD7970 REFERENCE---82.1%---925Mhz/1375Mhz~1050mV---1050Mhz/1500Mhz~1050mV

 

2. Modded Deepcool Dracula setting

GIGABYTE---HD7970 REFERENCE---82.6%---925Mhz/1375Mhz~1050mV---1100Mhz/1500Mhz~1069mV

 

the weird thing is by changing the cooler my score goes up 0.5% :whoa: is that even possible?(maybe it's just gpuz glitch) one thing you should know this card doesn't like extra voltage, anything higher than 1080mV and both core and vrm temp goes up a lot. i wonder if all higher asic card suffer this problem or just my card.

 

OFF TOPIC

Ivi have you tried cf'ing the 7970 with your 7950? do they play nice together? i couldn't find any new review data regarding mixed card cf. with old review data mixing higher tier card with second tier card increases micro stuttering due to the second tier card rendering slower  than the higher tier card, but with the new frame pacing driver i wonder if this problem has been dealt with. if it did i might get myself a 7950 or 7870XT for cf :happy:

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launch day gigabyte HD7970 reference

 

1. Stock Blower setting

GIGABYTE---HD7970 REFERENCE---82.1%---925Mhz/1375Mhz~1050mV---1050Mhz/1500Mhz~1050mV---panjang110

 

2. Modded Deepcool Dracula setting

GIGABYTE---HD7970 REFERENCE---82.6%---925Mhz/1375Mhz~1050mV---1100Mhz/1500Mhz~1069mV

 

the weird thing is by changing the cooler my score goes up 0.5% :whoa: is that even possible?(maybe it's just gpuz glitch) one thing you should know this card doesn't like extra voltage, anything higher than 1080mV and both core and vrm temp goes up a lot. i wonder if all higher asic card suffer this problem or just my card.

 

OFF TOPIC

Ivi have you tried cf'ing the 7970 with your 7950? do they play nice together? i couldn't find any new review data regarding mixed card cf. with old review data mixing higher tier card with second tier card increases micro stuttering due to the second tier card rendering slower  than the higher tier card, but with the new frame pacing driver i wonder if this problem has been dealt with. if it did i might get myself a 7950 or 7870XT for cf :happy:

 I **added** your second one

 

That is strange, it could have something to do with it but it's odd the cooler affected it. Probably a bug.

 

I actually cash traded my 7950 for the 7970 so Idk how the CF would be with them

 

I don't think the 7950 and the 7970 can CF, can they?

 

MSI---GTX 560Ti Twinfrozr II 1GB OC edition---79.5%--900mHz/1050mHz---sword_fish

**Added**

What voltage is it running at?

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