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Poll Results: [NEW POLL] What Color do you have/will you get?

 
  • 24% (164)
    White
  • 9% (65)
    Red
  • 20% (134)
    Black
  • 5% (34)
    SE White/Blue
  • 3% (21)
    SE Black/White
  • 9% (65)
    SE Black/Orange
  • 22% (151)
    SE Gunmetal
  • 3% (26)
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post #5451 of 5801
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Originally Posted by WarpPrism View Post

Ok then. I'm sort of in the market for a 780 (might get 880).

How does the 780 GHz do compared to, say, the 780 DCII?

Out of the box, the 780 GHz is clocked a decent bit higher. The two cards are generally pretty similar. I think the DCII cools slightly better, but the GHz still gets great temperatures (~64 C under full load) and a performance advantage. As far as overclocking goes, I think (not entirely sure, just guessing based on clock speeds I've seen) the GHz edition can generally go higher on memory speeds, but the cores for both end up about the same. They're both great cards, there's not really a definitive winner I'd say barring aesthetics and personal preference. I'd give the edge to the GHz Edition for an overclocker or performance-seeker though. I can't wait to test it out personally.
Edited by Serandur - 3/28/14 at 12:27am
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post #5452 of 5801
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Yeah mang, AMD cards went crazy with them prices. The thing I don't like about 290 and 290X is that, memory is kind of low. 5000mhz..? Let's look @ 780 and 780 Ti 6000 & 7000mhz and even on stock voltage my 780 Ti gets up to 8300-8400mhz. That's kind of important for a GPU, you know? Even a 770 comes 7000mhz stock which is pretty nice! It's a good thing you're going for more vram because 2GB wasn't cutting it for me already in few games but it also depends what kind of resolution you play on. Either way 3-4GB of vram is nice to have (even just in case).
I'm sure, you won't be waiting that long. AMD cards already dropped their prices A LOT! But I'm just saying, if you do get a 770, you won't regret it! As far as 770s go, I'd recommend anyone of these EVGA, MSI or Gigabyte (all three seem very solid). I personally only owned EVGA GPUs throughout many, many, many years! I've never had any problems with EVGA GPUs and their customer service is the best! I also have a friend that owns a 280X and he likes it, he got it pretty much when it came out and it's been running solid ever since. I forgot what brand it is though. I hope, you find that one good sale that, you're looking for mang!

Just thought I'd let you know, I upped my budget and found myself making a difficult decision between the Sapphire Tri-X 290 and Gigabyte GHz Edition 780 and ultimately, I decided on the 780 because it was on a relatively decent discount and I love pretty much everything about the card from its construction and overclocking capabilities to its efficient power profile and low noise amount. Now I just feel a bit worried because I turned down a 4 GB card for its 3 GB competitor, but ultimately I wanted to downsample, find forcing AA/AF a bit easier with Nvidia cards, and, especially, got one of the best 780 models, apparently, for a competitive price. biggrin.gif
Well done bruh! You won't be disappointed! 780 Ghz is a solid card! It is indeed one sweet overclocker! Don't worry about VRAM by the time you even start worrying about it, you'll think about upgrading again. Which will be a long time from now! You should get pretty awesome temps! My SC EVGA 780 Ti is somewhat overclocked and running benchmarks after benchmarks, after benchmarks, I don't think I've seen it go past 75C. IMO 780, specially GHz edition is more solid than a 290. You'll have cool temps and will NEVER have to worry about downclocking do to temps. Enjoy! Feel free to add me on Steam. We can MP it up now!
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post #5453 of 5801
How do you guys have such nice wiring management. Can anyone care to help me out? Thanks a lot
post #5454 of 5801
Is
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Looking good, you can feed the CPU power cable through the hole in the top corner (to the left of the CPU cooler)

Then the cables will look this: 400

Is that hole there on all of them???
post #5455 of 5801
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Is that hole there on all of them???

Do you mean where the orange cable goes? I don't think it's going through a hole. It is heading over the back behind the motherboard (don't know what to call that area). You can just see the cable in the background. There is space on the backside of the motherboard for cabling.
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post #5456 of 5801
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Do you mean where the orange cable goes? I don't think it's going through a hole. It is heading over the back behind the motherboard (don't know what to call that area). You can just see the cable in the background. There is space on the backside of the motherboard for cabling.
ya the orange cable. My wire is right in the middle and its causing some trouble is there a way to get it to go from behind?
post #5457 of 5801
How d
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My 410:




How do you get such organized wiring i have same set up in red
post #5458 of 5801
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How d
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My 410:




How do you get such organized wiring i have same set up in red
You tuck everything in on the other side. It will take you hours to make it neat but it'll be worth it. When you got sometime to kill, play with your wires and do your best to tuck everything behind. Make sure you use lots of wire ties. At least that's what helps me get better cable management.
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post #5459 of 5801
Hey all,
I'd like to join this here club and share my build when I finish. I'm currently modding my gunmetal 410 case to fit a tube reservoir + more.
Already had to mod the top to fit an XSPC 240mm rad which I thought was odd since most people claimed 240mm were compatible.

I was wondering how any of you managed to remove the bottom HDD cage? (that holds 2 drives)
The screws on the bottom seem to be permanent.
Edited by Ashihtaka - 3/30/14 at 2:15pm
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