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wierd you are getting low scores with your 780, I am getting around 1500 with my 780 only lower fps

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My OC:
Asus Gtx670 DCU II

Boost:1221mhz(stock was 980) +241mhz
Memory:6608mhz(Stock was 6008) +600mhz
68c

FireStrike graphics score is: 7403
Overall score is 6465
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/948447


I was able to get 1300mhz but I don't want my Card to get over 70c.

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Guys is my 7970 working ok?

Battlefield 3 ultra settings - min 78 - avg 92 - max 138 - 10min playing at Damavand Peak
Crysis 2 max settings - min 56 - avg 78 - max 112 - 10 min
Far Cry 3 - ultra settings but only 2x AA - min 42 - avg 62 - max 91


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my ASIC is 66.8% is it good or bad?
 
anyway it's a 7970 oc with boost blue pcb with 7970 Vapor-x ghz bios.
 
I'm using windows 8.1 pro rtm (dreamspark version)

 
(for some reason MSI Afterburner recognize my vga as MSI 7970 lightning BE o_O)  
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Why hasnt my gtx 570 been added yet? I filled out the form yersturday

IS THIS DEAD THREAD?

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IS THIS DEAD THREAD?

Sorry, I left the DB alone for some time, outside causes but everything should be fine now

Also, I have been thinking about a revision for the DB, mayor change for the may stress tests are reported as well as some more actualized data.

But, tell me people, what do you like and not like about the database, what would you add to it, what would you remove if you could??

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Ohh, can't wait to get my 7850 from XFX. RMA'd my old 6870 and got a 7850 in return. :D I'll be overclocking it for sure, hoping to get better then GTX580 perf.. This also seems like a great time to re-vamp my CPU overclock as well. :)

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Oh man, I was just about to make a topic in general asking for help on this subject.

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Just Finished Overclock on Zotac GTX 660TI

 

is this a pretty nice Overclock?

 

btw,

 

i tried to add more Core clock / mem clock and just crashes... so i think it's the limit

Just cannot Reach the AMP! edition core speed :unsure:

 

But however, it's pretty good for me :D

 

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The 660 Ti overclocks on the DB isn't anything impressive  :unsure:

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what should i use to OC my gigabyte 270x? OC guru 2? (i have it at 1250 now)

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MSI Twin Frozr III 3GB, stock cooler.  I ran the Furry and Tessy test with MSI Kombustor for 10 minutes. MAX VDDC is 1300mV, but pulling 1254mV for the test. GPU constant at 59 C with 49% fan speed.  1200 GPU/1675 mem

 

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I also added a 3Dmark score

 

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/6635850

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I'm running a EVGA 780 TI Reference, I haven't had it long but as of right now, I'm running a stable 1125Mhz base core clock, with 1202Mhz boost clock @ 1.1750mV
with a base memory clock of 1920 and a small boost of 1923. Running at a cool max temp of 73C :D

 

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wierd you are getting low scores with your 780, I am getting around 1500 with my 780 only lower fps

 

  I am having issues inserting clips, it just asks for a URL. Can someone tell the noob here how we just insert a pic?

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The GPU on my HD7870 can't be pushed beyond 1100MHz :(

 

  Which one do you have? I get 1280, I only use it to bench but it get's there.

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  I am having issues inserting clips, it just asks for a URL. Can someone tell the noob here how we just insert a pic?

from your own computer?

go to more reply options and below the box you'll see "Attach files" just select your file from your computer and voila!

if it's from the internet, just copy the link and look for a button named "Image" in for format section above the writing box (should be below the "size" option) and paste the link

Hope i was helpful

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Anyone here that has a 770(best if from Gigabyte but any 770 will do) and oculd share their setting in MSI Afterburner latest version?

Specs of my PC:

CPU: AMD FX 8350  Motherboard: Gigabyte 990XA UD3  GPU: Gigabyte GTX 770 Windforce 2GB  HDD: WD Green 2TB SSD:  Corsair Force GT 120GB SSD RAM: Corsair 8GB(2X4) PSU: CoolerMaster G650M

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my ASIC is 66.8% is it good or bad?

 
anyway it's a 7970 oc with boost blue pcb with 7970 Vapor-x ghz bios.
 
I'm using windows 8.1 pro rtm (dreamspark version)

 

(for some reason MSI Afterburner recognize my vga as MSI 7970 lightning BE o_O)  

 

A higher ASIC quality means that you can do a lot more on stock voltages/cooling and it will be worse for water etc.

Example:

- 780 @ 60% asic 1200MHz@1.2V (name this A

- 780 @ 90% asic 1320MHz@1.2V (name this B

With water:

- A does 1550MHz@1.45V

- B does 1500MHz@1.5V

My 780DC2OC 15747: http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/7852981

GPU throttles down from 1300MHz@1.2V to 1254MHz@1.15V with fans at 100% and the ram is at 7.0GHz. Skynets modded bios fixes this undervolting/clocking thing but causes my system to just reboot, seems like the VRM can't handle this. Basically you've been lucky on getting high asic quality cards but the VRM doesnt pull it while theyre advertizing their vrm like crazy, typical Asus joke.

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