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|MaguS|
04-15-12, 08:47 PM
So my GPU has +100mhz on it and it never goes beyond 70C on 100% load. How far do you think I can push it? I haven't even changed voltages yet. ^_^

Got my mem clock set to +275 as well.

Roadhog
04-15-12, 08:49 PM
Is it a 6800 GTX or Ultra? :p

crainger
04-15-12, 09:11 PM
::lol::

Q
04-15-12, 10:23 PM
|MaguS|, I think you took us all back to the good old days.

crainger
04-15-12, 10:25 PM
Lets hope he keeps it in his pants this time.

lee63
04-15-12, 10:54 PM
I have settled at 1245/6966 in games, which is +121 core, +480 mem and 132% power target.

I've seen people have to get +150 or more to get close to mid 1200s, it all depends what your boost clock is...mine is 1124.

I made a custom fan cure and I never see it go higher than 65c, these cards are awesome once you figure them out, they run so quiet even with the fan at max.

I'd say go as high as you can..get the most out of your card. BF3 seems to be one of the best ways to test at the moment, if its stable in BF3 then your good to go.

|MaguS|
04-16-12, 09:02 AM
Sorry about the title. Had a few drinks last night.

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CoSWill
04-16-12, 09:42 AM
January of this year a burglar broke into my business and stole my old computer with my 6800 gt in it :(....thanks for making me cry again ...I loved that machine. I used it as an accounts data base, figured who would want that old thing. Nothing is sacred :)

lee63
04-16-12, 11:47 AM
These cards run super cool with custom fan curve.

http://i.imgur.com/hUNdx.png

|MaguS|
04-16-12, 12:01 PM
I have settled at 1245/6966 in games, which is +121 core, +480 mem and 132% power target.

I've seen people have to get +150 or more to get close to mid 1200s, it all depends what your boost clock is...mine is 1124.

I made a custom fan cure and I never see it go higher than 65c, these cards are awesome once you figure them out, they run so quiet even with the fan at max.

I'd say go as high as you can..get the most out of your card. BF3 seems to be one of the best ways to test at the moment, if its stable in BF3 then your good to go.

Wana share your fan curve? :)

Yeah I also set my power target to 132%. I only got my mem at +350 right now.

Redeemed
04-16-12, 12:05 PM
I've also got mine set at +350 right now, but for those really tough situations I've got a +550 crit.

:bleh:

mailman2
04-16-12, 01:03 PM
Overclocking is cake. Of course this is water cooled, max temp ~38-39c. 1310Mhz core, 7000mhz ram

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lee63
04-16-12, 01:53 PM
Wana share your fan curve? :)

Yeah I also set my power target to 132%. I only got my mem at +350 right now.This is mine, its pretty simple but keeps the card way cool.

http://i.imgur.com/HSjWV.png

|MaguS|
04-16-12, 08:52 PM
lee. Thanks with your fan curve my card is running even cooler. Now a question. I only have +100mhz offset but my card hits 1250mhz on load which is higher then what you claim yours does with a higher offset. Whats up? I still don't get OCing these cards that well, seems a lot is auto controlled.

lee63
04-16-12, 09:09 PM
lee. Thanks with your fan curve my card is running even cooler. Now a question. I only have +100mhz offset but my card hits 1250mhz on load which is higher then what you claim yours does with a higher offset. Whats up? I still don't get OCing these cards that well, seems a lot is auto controlled.
Set the core back to default and see what your stock boost clock is, it looks like its higher than mine which is 1124. Just run a demanding game with Precision X to see what it is.

It seems like yours should be 1150, + 100 = 1250 after you added the offset. I would stick with the first version of Precision X 3.0.1 as 3.0.2 wont hold the OC after rebooting.

|MaguS|
04-16-12, 09:41 PM
Im still on 3.0.1