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Hrmm I've been using 928 rev 2 for a while, is it safe to use 1006 rev2 on air ?

I'm using that 1006mhz bios for about a year now, even underclocked to 1.13v (1.0v at load)
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yes the stock bios works well.
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Need some thoughts!

I'm in the middle of choosing between the following.

Monitor setup is 3x 1600p panels. I either play on the center screen in windowed mode or surround.

Choice one Original titans x4
Choice two 780ti directcu2 none refrence x4.

My concern is the 780ti's vram might be an issue.

Otherwise the none refrence 780ti would win in my book in a heartbeat.


All cards will be under water.
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Need some thoughts!

I'm in the middle of choosing between the following.

Monitor setup is 3x 1600p panels. I either play on the center screen in windowed mode or surround.

Choice one Original titans x4
Choice two 780ti directcu2 none refrence x4.

My concern is the 780ti's vram might be an issue.

Otherwise the none refrence 780ti would win in my book in a heartbeat.


All cards will be under water.
For 3x1600p, definitely the Titans. See if you can get Titan Blacks within your budget, because that would make the 780Ti a non-option.

Also, if I may ask, why are you not considering Titan Xs? Two of them overclocked in SLi would probably beat (or be close to) 3 original Titans, and be more future proof with its 12GB of VRAM. Shouldn't be much more expensive than the 4 Titans.

Just my opinion though.
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For 3x1600p, definitely the Titans. See if you can get Titan Blacks within your budget, because that would make the 780Ti a non-option.

Also, if I may ask, why are you not considering Titan Xs? Two of them overclocked in SLi would probably beat (or be close to) 3 original Titans, and be more future proof with its 12GB of VRAM. Shouldn't be much more expensive than the 4 Titans.

Just my opinion though.


I have the titans and the 780ti's already. I was considering the Titan X but it will be short lived and it's still on 28nm. The Titans or 780ti's run the games perfectly fine. I'll do another Graphics upgrade in 2016 with the next gen and pickup a set of of monitors as well hopefully we can get some 120-144hz IPS 4K/curved monitor's going by then smile.gif

. I just don't see enough of a boost right now to switch when I can run any game I want without issues at the moment with my setup.
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I have the titans and the 780ti's already. I was considering the Titan X but it will be short lived and it's still on 28nm. The Titans or 780ti's run the games perfectly fine. I'll do another Graphics upgrade in 2016 with the next gen and pickup a set of of monitors as well hopefully we can get some 120-144hz IPS 4K/curved monitor's going by then smile.gif

. I just don't see enough of a boost right now to switch when I can run any game I want without issues at the moment with my setup.
In that case, stick to the Titans. You will undoubtedly encounter less hitches with the extra 3GB of VRAM, especially when gaming on 3x1600p.

And besides, the Titans have unlocked voltage but the 780Tis don't. So if you put the cards under water, you will be able to overclock the cards to a level where the extra performance of the 780Ti will be overcome.

And yes, the low number of high resolution, IPS, G-Sync panels is highly disconcerting. I can't yet find one display that fulfills all my required criteria.
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In that case, stick to the Titans. You will undoubtedly encounter less hitches with the extra 3GB of VRAM, especially when gaming on 3x1600p.

And besides, the Titans have unlocked voltage but the 780Tis don't. So if you put the cards under water, you will be able to overclock the cards to a level where the extra performance of the 780Ti will be overcome.

And yes, the low number of high resolution, IPS, G-Sync panels is highly disconcerting. I can't yet find one display that fulfills all my required criteria.


The 780ti's are not refrence they can go up to 1.3v however I have binned them and they all do 1400+ o. 1.212v or less. The titans at 1.212 i can get prob 1250-1300 and 7000-8000 on memory.
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The 780ti's are not refrence they can go up to 1.3v however I have binned them and they all do 1400+ o. 1.212v or less. The titans at 1.212 i can get prob 1250-1300 and 7000-8000 on memory.
In that case, the 780Tis will definitely produce higher FPS, as long as you stay below 3GB of VRAM usage. And that I think will be a major problem when playing at 3x1600p, which is why I would still suggest the Titans over the 780Tis.
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