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About AMD_Nemesis

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  • Location
    Salisbury, Maryland
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  • CPU
    i5-4670k @ 4.8Ghz
  • Motherboard
    Msi Z87-GD65 Gaming
  • RAM
    2x4gb Gskill Ripjaws X @ 1866Mhz
  • GPU
    2x GTX 770 4gb @ 1337/2000
  • Case
  • Storage
    2x1tb WD Black's
  • PSU
    Corsair TX850M
  • Display(s)
    27" Samsung 1920x1080 OC'ed to 85hz
  • Cooling
    Antec Kuhler 620 H2O + 6 case fans
  • Keyboard
    Razer Black-Widow Ultimate 2013
  • Mouse
    AzzA Mouse Would Say "SQUEEK" "SQUEEK"
  • Sound
    ALL OF IT !!!

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  1. AMP is just the oc'ed version I have a regular Zotac 770 that is bios modded. Zotac is "RUN" by pcpartner which you might be familiar with as Sapphire. The card runs almost completly silent and cools exceptionally for being quiet, maybe some vapor-x tech there but also you will usually get like a 5 year or 3 year warranty and I've seen where they even give you a better card if your's breaks. In my opinion they are an outstanding brand along with sapphire for the radeon counter-part. 10/10 Would Recomend !!!
  2. Is your asus 770 a 4gb version by any chance ?
  3. IDK this isn't super reliable as you can shop it to get above some one or a slightly better score. Just my opinion BTW this isn't an entry if ya didn't know lol, Just be aware of this.
  4. I used kepler bios tweaker and Nvflash in DOS to boost stock clocks and boost clocks/Fan percentage on my zotac 770. Unless you physically modify the card I don't think you can go over 1.212v as keplers (idk which ones) have a resistor but i'm not sure as sometimes my gigabyte 770 will say 1.22v P.S. It's also pretty safe to flash a GPU atleast in DOS so aslong as you follow a guide and try to have the same firmware name and dont force flash it you should be fine youll have to reinstall drivers sometimes after flashing just incase. also make sure you have a backup GPU incase you brick it so you can reflash it and unbrickify it.
  5. Your voltage is a little silly I run 1.285v-1.3v when I OC to 4.8ghz maxxes out around 70c, for 4.6ghz 1.27v-1.28v is fine (for me atleast) P.S. It's cold in my room
  6. Welp ive flashed my zotac with the same clocks and boost as the gigabyte windforce oc and even gave it 15 percent more max fan speed.
  7. I dont want overvoltage i just want to sync the core clock to my gigabyte and boost ratio. also I can do 1.23 on my gigabyte.
  8. Indeed it is SHHHH don't tell anyone, i'll just reflash with origional bios, if the card randomly dies that would be crazy no way that will happen though I doubt theres much I can break not like im overvolting to 1.7V
  9. Ive had my zotac and gigabyte GTX 770's for a while and it always annoys me that I can never sync the core clocks as the gigabyte has higher boost. So I was wondering is there any good bios mod utilities and if so how can I flash the card(s) after I modify a bios file :huh: ???
  10. 2gb is good if your playing just base games (UNMODDED) but in skyrim and other modable games 2gb will run out QUICK and new games use quite alot of vram so it doesnt hurt to future proof ram.
  11. My Twin GTX 770 4gb Because They are silly OC'able,quiet, and cool I've had one stable @ 1400/2000 and both stable @ 1337/2000 also I like them because they were cheaper than the competition and still are. second to that are my Dual 270x's. However I will switch to Radeon on my primary pc in a few years.
  12. That 550w is cutting it close and with a high intake amd cpu that doesnt help a 750w would be good here. also try CCleaner and CCC to completly wipe all drivers.