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puffulufogous
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oh no the ten dollars was not going to be prohibitive. don't worry about that. is 370 a fair price?





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LSU Coyote
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I bought from redhat already. No problems.





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bluebarracuda
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quote:

the ASRock pcb's are black but they look brown because of the gold colored pathways and such. (im staring at one right now)


The extreme4 is definitely brown... very visible and noticeable when in a case, looks pretty bad IMO. They really need to bump up the quality on the z87, gigabyte, asus and msi have by far the highest quality boards






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ILikeLSUToo
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oh no the ten dollars was not going to be prohibitive. don't worry about that. is 370 a fair price?


I've never understood the make-an-offer option for ebay. I don't think I've ever had a seller accept my offer, even when we were at a difference of less than 5%.






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puffulufogous
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I agree it seems stupid. I tried anyway though. Oh well it's ordered at 370





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Mr Gardoki
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Now that I am playing metro 2033 I suddenly have to play on high instead of very high which is the first game I haven't been able to max out.. I oc'ed my gpu at stock voltage, what do I need to do to oc more? I have 2 settings in afterburner I don't know how they work, power limit and core voltage.


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puffulufogous
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Set power limit to maximum. Core voltage is what u really need to be careful with.





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LSU Coyote
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LINK

Behold your 770 (680) priced lower and looking awesome!






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Mr Gardoki
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You going to be available on steam any this week? This is completely unrelated to fapping



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LSU Coyote
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Lmao I hope not.

Idk, we are busy at work.. Maybe not until Friday.






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Mr Gardoki
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Alright I want to take my gpu past stock voltage but I don't know anything about raising voltage





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puffulufogous
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You said you have your max stable oc at stock right? How are your temps at load now? If you're in the sixties you've got some room to work. You can set a temp alarm at like 75 so you know if you pushed the voltage too far. Just bump up the voltage a small amount and check your temps again. If they haven't gone up past 75 start bumping up the core clock and memory clock as u did before. I can't tell you large an increment of voltage to go by because different cards handle voltage differently. Google what other people with the same card have maxed out at.





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Mr Gardoki
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Yea my temps barely changed if at all, i'm in the sixties and i don't even have my gpu fan at 100%. I am going to do some research on OCN and see what I can find.





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Mr Gardoki
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How much would you guys increase voltage for a gpu when ocing? Everything i have seen said if temperatures are ok keep it between .05-.1 above stock





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LSU Coyote
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.01 intervals.





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Mr Gardoki
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I checked unlock voltage control in my afterburner settings. It still did not let me adjust the voltage? Does that mean my card is voltage locked?





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bluebarracuda
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You have to unlock afterburner.

Youtube unlocking msi afterburner






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bluebarracuda
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New case from NZXT, the H630

Fit a 360mm rad up top and in the front. Looks great too.

All for $150






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Mr Gardoki
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So far I am not having much luck unlocking voltage control, mine may be locked





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bluebarracuda
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Is my "insert card here" voltaged locked

Put that in google and the first results are usually from OCN, they always have an answer






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