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970X @ 4.2Ghz
Tri SLi GTX470 @ 865/1900

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Nice scores. How are the gpu core and vrm temps at those clocks?

For some reason I never had GPU-Z logging the result when I ran that bench, but there is logging for 1275/1676 which shows the VRM's at 25C and the core at 56/57c mark.

I will re-fit the card later and try again and get it to log the results.
 
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For some reason I never had GPU-Z logging the result when I ran that bench, but there is logging for 1275/1676 which shows the VRM's at 25C and the core at 56/57c mark.

I will re-fit the card later and try again and get it to log the results.

You don't have any working vrm temp monitors then. ;)

Great core temps though. :cool:
 
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Pretty under rated HIS GPU's, aren't they? really, I think people tend to have an automatic preference toward the establishment, Gigabyte, Asus, MSI... while HIS tend to get overlooked, something i'm also guilty of.
Yet the do seem to perform well all round, there also seems to be more problems with the establishment, MSI with fan and other cooling problems, Sapphire we're scorned by AMD a while ago having caught them using sub par micro capacitors, they still suffer from Coil whine more than most.

It clocks well Stulid, while also running cool.

I think next time i upgrade i will give HIS the same consideration as i always have Gigabyte GPU's.
 
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Is this common then? I have never paid any attention to that part of the GPU-Z log, apparently the card has 18+1+1 VRM's compared to a regular GHz edition (i.e - reference) which has 5+1+1.

Not all cards have vrm temp sensors, all reference cards do. To be honest sometimes its better not to know as its just another temp to worry about. I expect yours is fine otherwise you would start having stability issues.

You certainly seem to have an excellent clocking card there.
 
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GTX 660 2GB at 1080mhz core (1133mhz boost) and 1625mhz memory (+100 core, +123 memory).

Extreme (1368 points):
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High (1909 points):
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For the extreme I let it run and went to get a drink which is why the screenshot isn't from right at the beginning of the benchmark. Hope this is ok or I can go and run it again if I have to.
 
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windforce 3 7950 @ 1125/1400

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EDIT: got 1852 by bumping the mem up to 1450, so no real gains there.
EDIT2: tried 1140 core 1400 mem = fell over, tried 1125 core 1500 mem = fell over, so looks like 1125/1450 will be my final score.. 1852
 
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