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    Awesome run Brawndo. :) It can be addictive, yup.

    We seem to have very similar setups, again nice job. Gives me something to shoot for when I get home next week.
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    Brawndo said:
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    doorules said:
    Awesome run Brawndo. :) It can be addictive, yup.

    We seem to have very similar setups, again nice job. Gives me something to shoot for when I get home next week.
    With your Kingpin i'm certain you can kick my ass with a few tweaks. :) I'll enjoy the crown until then haha.
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    Brawndo said:
    With your Kingpin i'm certain you can kick my ass with a few tweaks. :) I'll enjoy the crown until then haha.
    I am not so sure about that. You seem to be able to run the same gpu clocks as me. This is the first time I bought a KP gpu, pretty sure I don't have it all figured out quite yet.

    On this bench if I applied any overclock to the gpu bench crapped out. I think something else was amiss that day.
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    The KPE won't really stand out from the crowd until it's, at a minimum, under water and with a ton of extra volts running through it. The biggest advantage it has, straight out of the box, is the higher power limits set in the bios.
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    I have the card under water. I am able to move memory voltage up to 1.8 and this allows me around +700 for memory adjustment in EVGA Precision. As for the core it seems I will need it cooler to be able to take advantage of the voltage it can use. I can run any bench at 1542 core which is about 105 above my boost speed. But adding any voltage just craps out the gpu at current temps.
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    They REALLY like the cold.....get your coolant down around 10c and you'll see better core clocks.
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    Yup, I am sure you are right. On my last rig I had a setup that allowed me to pump cold air from outside ( -10 to -20C ) through my rads, had temp on gpu in high single digits for bench runs. I think if I can duplicate that then I can gain a fair bit on core clocks.
    Time to go ghetto again me thinks.
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