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rockmassif

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About rockmassif

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  • Birthday Mar 15, 1991

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    Male

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  • CPU
    INTEL Core i7-4790K 4.6GHz
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Maximus VII Ranger
  • RAM
    CORSAIR Vengeance Pro 8GB 2133MHz
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 980 Ti
  • Case
    CORSAIR Obsidian 750D
  • Storage
    SAMSUNG 850 EVO 250GB
  • PSU
    CORSAIR AX860i
  • Cooling
    CORSAIR H110
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    CORSAIR K40
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    CORSAIR M45
  • Operating System
    Windows 8.1 64-Bit
  1. Why don't you just get a 980Ti if you have enough money to buy two 970s? It's better in every possible way.
  2. Silicon lottery and if it's a good card(like KPE or Matrix), it can go up to 1500MHz. Even 1600-1700MHz in some extreme situations. But usually 1300MHz is the most you will be able to get.
  3. Return them. It's not natural. 65 on Idle shouldn't be happening in any case.
  4. WoW, is he actually that guy? I mostly use his screenshots as wallpaper. Currently using Witcher 3 - Ciri shot actually
  5. I managed to get 1520MHz with 1.230 volt. It was around 72C, fans running at full speed. My card gets 1340MHz max boost speed by default, and stays there without throttling, so I think 1400MHz should be quite possible on most cards.
  6. Custom PCB and all that power phase jazz is good to have but it all comes down to silicon lottery in the end. I got a reference EVGA and it overclocks to 1520~ MHz on Air(you can see mine in valley benchmark thread). I'm not even using a modded Bios yet, I'm thinking about watercooling this bad boy too, pretty sure I can go higher clock speeds with watercooling. If I were you I would just get a reference 980Ti.
  7. Better check benchmarks before making a thread guys.
  8. I have a reference design EVGA but if I had more options I would go with G1.
  9. 980Ti HYPEEEEEEEEEEEEE!

  10. Gimme that #1 spot CPU: 4790K@4.6Ghz GPU: 980Ti 1518/2036 FPS: 116.3 Score: 4864 Setting: Extreme HD
  11. 970 SLI is better performance wise, but I always prefer a single powerful GPU over 2 lesser ones.
  12. Benchmark: Firestrike Ultra CPU: 4790K @ 4.6GHz GPU: GTX 980 Ti GPU Core: 1251MHz (Max Boost 1484MHz) GPU Memory: 8000MHz Score: 4804 3DMark Link: http://www.3dmark.com/fs/5276599
  13. Not enough load I guess, Core was 1470MHz this time. Is there a way to test 1440P Valley without owning a 1440P Monitor?
  14. I told you I would come back with a Titan or 980Ti, finally got rid of that 280X. Been waiting for this since September. GPU was running at constant 1507MHz btw, according to Afterburner. 78.7 ASIC Quality. Reference design EVGA card.
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