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post #5521 of 8626
Oh man that broke me up almost fell out of my chair. Thanks Cravinmild needed a good laugh.applaud.gif
post #5522 of 8626
slave driver..no pun intended but maybe you need to find a way to turn the negative energy into a positive so that theres no slave driving..just "driving"

well since i lost this job and all i got time to spare..so i thaught to myself i might as well get to it and fiddle around..how safe is prime95..

typhoon and noctua fans cost almost over 300bucks a fan..1fan..
for 300 i can get a set of sp120's..how are they?
post #5523 of 8626
to all that watercooled their gtx's can you post me your heaven valley scores with everything maxed out?
post #5524 of 8626
Quote:
Originally Posted by Torvi View Post

to all that watercooled their gtx's can you post me your heaven valley scores with everything maxed out?

This makes no sense..... seriously from a GTX460 to a GTX780ti on heaven? Granted WC at least with this latest generation isn't going to grant you a huge boost in overclock... You're asking the wrong question...sorry
post #5525 of 8626
so for example if i watercool my 770 will i be able to get performance of 780 or above?

my atm score with slight oc:

FPS: 27.6
Score: 695
Min FPS: 7.4
Max FPS: 50.6

Platform: Windows NT 6.2 (build 9200) 64bit (windows 8.1)
CPU model: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4670K CPU @ 3.40GHz (3400MHz) x4 (4.2ghz)
GPU model: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770 9.18.13.3489 (2048MB) x1

Render: Direct3D11
Mode: 1920x1080 8xAA fullscreen
Preset: Custom
Quality: Ultra
Tessellation: Extreme
Edited by Torvi - 3/20/14 at 4:37am
post #5526 of 8626
cakewalk_s is right you need to word you ? correct..
but in short...a single 770 will never outperform a 780 or bigger gpu..whether its watercooled or not..now sli might be a different story...
and theres more to just straight edge performence when comparing..if you want a real answer your goin to have too build the exact same two pcs..then one with a 770 & other 780/ti/black/or whatever780..
both setups with same ram/cpu/mobo/ssd/ect..otherwise youll get results that are
inconsistent..

you need to go check out the 770' + 780's owners threads..youl get what you seek there very quickly
post #5527 of 8626
I recently clean out my pc an replaced some parts
Here's my mod with the 680gtx

Edited by desert punk - 3/25/14 at 11:47am
post #5528 of 8626
lovely bro..the more i see all these shrouds..the more i get....that my buddy hasnt braught me that old gpu of his...im getting board stiff waiting..
post #5529 of 8626
Hello! I was wondering... Would this work on a 780 ti? Also, I'd like to do it in a more sophisticated way. Can somebody tell me the hole spacing around the GPU in the 780 ti? Mine is EVGA's superclocked, stock PCB.
post #5530 of 8626
Beleive its 58mm center to Center of each hole and 3mm hole spacing
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