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  • #31
    Originally posted by ageha View Post
    Is there any way to overclock those cards without using Windows?
    Bios mods are doable with Kepler at least; I'm not sure about Maxwell, though. There may be warranty issues if something goes wrong while the non-default bios is flashed (and the non-default bios remains). Some cards have a dual bios feature which may be worth the premium if you are not willing to take a risk on that front.

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    • #32
      H.264 10bit

      Does anyone know, if Hi10p (H264 10bit) is working on this card?
      Maybe someone has tested it?

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      • #33
        adequate CPU

        What CPU would you recommend for a linux system with 750 (Ti).
        I want a silent/power efficient system for office/internet use but which should also be able to handle World of Warcraft (1920 resolution under wine).
        Would a Intel Pentium G3420 be ok to start (saving 110 Euro compared with i5) with the possibility to upgrade in the future and keep the 750?

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Autec View Post
          What CPU would you recommend for a linux system with 750 (Ti).
          I want a silent/power efficient system for office/internet use but which should also be able to handle World of Warcraft (1920 resolution under wine).
          Would a Intel Pentium G3420 be ok to start (saving 110 Euro compared with i5) with the possibility to upgrade in the future and keep the 750?
          All I can tell you is WoW is slow and ugly under Wine with my Core i3 550 (dual core + HT @ 3.2GHz) + nvidia GTX 660. The game doesnít see the capabilities of the GPU correctly and most semi-advanced graphical options are disabled. I can get 60 fps is a mostly empty area (a village in the woods with no other player around) if I set all the options to low. The setting just above gives me 40 fps. Anything above is catastrophic (roughly <= 30 fps, I donít remember exactly).

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          • #35
            Originally posted by AnonymousCoward View Post
            Bios mods are doable with Kepler at least; I'm not sure about Maxwell, though. There may be warranty issues if something goes wrong while the non-default bios is flashed (and the non-default bios remains). Some cards have a dual bios feature which may be worth the premium if you are not willing to take a risk on that front.
            Patching the bios is definitely a solution. However, since Forceware 337.12 Beta overclocking is finally possible for Maxwell, Kepler and Fermi from the NVIDIA X server settings.

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