Xtreme Addict Posted September 11, 2013 Share Posted September 11, 2013 (edited) Got my MOA sample and finally I had time to test it on LN2! First impression - box is huge. Nice set of accessories, what we overclockers need - LN2 mosfet heatsink + screws and voltage measurement probes Naked pictures! Elpida GDDR5 memories IChill controller, you can see 3 blank points in the row, it's the place to solder pins in order to plug Elmor's Voltage Controller to have direct control from IChill... but no need. We have Afterburner Extreme! PCB design is very nice. 3 strong phases for DRAM (this is Military Class indeed!) and 16 phases for GPU. I wish Titan on this PCB! Time for LN2 preparation - I decided to do my own coating with plastic spray: LN2 photo and result It's not my max, I can clock much more, GPU is going crazy, but it's my MOA card so let's leave some mystery here VGPU - 1.5v VMEM - 1.6v VPLL (AUX) - 1.05v -120*C benching temperature, no CB in idle/2D -96*C CBB (after full shutdown) Final thoughts: This card after 3 hours of benching was still in great shape. No problems, not tired from cold, rock stable, still clocking high. It's better in those terms from old Lightnings, also LN2 mosfet heatsink is a very nice gift for us. We don't need any vmods, design is good and we need only LN2 bios + Afterburner Extreme. Tested vgpu up to 1.65v without any problems, no OCP, no OVP so far. Design is very good and makes GPU fly very high. I have no problems with black screen or anything. Very easy card to play with! Memories don't scale with voltage as Samsungs, they catch CB faster than GPU (but for 780/Titan optimal temperature is -100*C up to -120*C so this isn't problem). I hope that soon we will get some finetuned BIOS with memory timings or see some batches with Samsungs memories, and then this card will be perfect. Edited September 11, 2013 by Xtreme Addict Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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