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GTX 770 Overclockers Thread

Discussion in 'NVIDIA' started by TristanD27, Mar 7, 2014.

  1. bubbleawsome

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    Ok, I'm running in a NZXT Source 210. Putting the 120mm fan from the back as an intake on the side, and a spare 92mm fan I had as exhaust on the back my temps have gone way down.
    CPU load is now 64c vs 70c, GPU is now 75c vs 80c. (And less fan.)
     
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    You could also try running a monster 92mm fan. Ebay has a lot of server oem fans, I have a bunch of 92mmx32mm san ace that flow about 100 cfm (I think). They pull as much air as a regular 120mmx25mm high speed fan.
     
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    My 92mm exhaust pulls near 85CFM IIRC. The cutout only takes 140 and 120 anyway.
     
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    I set my temp target to 65*C, the power target moves in lockstep to 65%. This results in only about 58*C average while playing BF4 and the core clock stays between 1150 and 1250. Thats pretty reasonable! There's a huge increase in core temperature when the temp target is set to the default 79*C and power target to 100%, despite the clock and voltage being mostly the same during that time.
     
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    The Prolimatech MK-13 fits the reference style Nvidia Geforce GTX 770 2GB with the stacked power connectors

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