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GTX 780 #1 - MSI reference board with Nvidia cooler swap - 66.5%

GTX 780 #2 - Nvidia reference design - 74.2%

 

 

Haven't really messed with OC'ing either of them. :lol:

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GTX 780 #1 - MSI reference board with Nvidia cooler swap - 66.5%

GTX 780 #2 - Nvidia reference design - 74.2%

 

 

Haven't really messed with OC'ing either of them. :lol:

Any chance you could templatize those results? :)

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VENDOR ---MODEL---ASIC %---STOCK CLOCKS~Voltage--- OVERCLOCKS~Voltage- --USERNAME

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MSI---GTX 960 100ME---73.6%---1241(1356 Boost)/1752~1.21v---1590(1635 Boost)/2010~1.275v

 

My OC includes a heavily voided warranty via serious bios flash.

Edited by GabrielT

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GTX 780 #1 - MSI reference board with Nvidia cooler swap - 66.5%

GTX 780 #2 - Nvidia reference design - 74.2%

 

 

Haven't really messed with OC'ing either of them. :lol:

Any chance you could templatize those results? :)

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VENDOR ---MODEL---ASIC %---STOCK CLOCKS~Voltage---

OVERCLOCKS~Voltage- --USERNAME

Sure - the voltages/clocks on the MSI aren't correct since I flashed it with the Nvidia firmware but I'll reformat things later today. :)

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EVGA ---GTX 580 3GB---79.9 %------ - --Locutus

EVGA ---GTX 580 3GB---82.6 %------ - --Locutus

 

So the real question is, is there any real correlation between ASIC quality and overclocking? I'm running on stock settings because these were B-Stock cards. They came with the cellophane on them like brand new though, unlike another that I had received but RMA'd. The second is the one I received after the RMA I think.

 

I might have to give them a go though, see what I can squeeze out.

Edited by Locutus

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EVGA---GTX 580 3GB---79.9%----Locutus

EVGA---GTX 580 3GB---82.6%----Locutus

 

So the real question is, is there any real correlation between ASIC quality and overclocking? I'm running on stock settings because these were B-Stock cards. They came with the cellophane on them like brand new though, unlike another that I had received but RMA'd. The second is the one I received after the RMA I think.

 

I might have to give them a go though, see what I can squeeze out.

Please do....for science!

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Please do....for science!

 

Haha holy cow I broke everything in the formatting trying to fix the background.

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Please do....for science!

Haha holy cow I broke everything in the formatting trying to fix the background.

You what now? :O

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Asus ---7970 DCUII---63.0%---925MHz/1375MHZ --- 1125MHz/1500Mhz~1.25V ---feetfats

 

BF4 Ultra @ 1080p multiplayer stable.  

Valley score is 1977 @ 47.3 fps 1080p highest settings.

 

Very good cooling on this particular card. ~66c max temp @ 42% which is not very noisy at all.

 

I hit a serious voltage wall for the core at about 1160 mhz. Took it up to 1.4v and it still would not stop with the artifacts. This card was a pain to get voltage unlocked.

Edited by feetfats

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