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post #2291 of 2543
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Originally Posted by Star Forge View Post

Now with that said, the only card that could significant edge out the Titan is the eVGA GTX 780 Classified w/ EVBOT, which looking at the eVGA press photos for it, I see an EVBOT Port...



http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=1937177

No EVbot for the GTX 780 Classified.
    
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Originally Posted by Regent Square View Post

+rep for nice graphics.

In practice(real world scenario), all I hear is quad sli/X is barely an increase over 3x.

And it is true. Just looking at the graph you get the best scaling at 2-way for both companies with with falling once you add the third and fourth.
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http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=1937177

No EVbot for the GTX 780 Classified.

But this

http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=1940069

Like my statements in that thread, they might have an area on the PCB to allow you to solder on your EVBot port.
Edited by Rei86 - 5/29/13 at 1:05pm
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post #2293 of 2543
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They will keep the best GK110-300 chips for these GTX 780. It will most likely be the same binned chips as a Titan. but with less Vram.

It will not edge out the Titan at higher resolution.

With that said, it could be what happened to the 680 Classified: The "best chips" consisting of ASIC's under 84% but above 78%. I really don't think nVidia is going to give the best to the OEM's since I don't think nVidia is dumb enough to chop up good GK110's for GTX 780 production of any kind. (Even Titans are considered K20X Tesla rejects haha!)
    
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post #2294 of 2543
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http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=1937177

No EVbot for the GTX 780 Classified.

Exactly.

Solder points will be there though. If someone wants to solder the connector in place. Not that hard, probably the best way to go if you own a classy.
 
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Can you share the link?


Tested reference models:
800 MHz (non-boost 7950)
925 MHz 7970

SKYRIM and Battlefield 3 Multiplayer settings are tested equal for both 7970 and 7950,also maxed AA.

On rest games tested,MSAA has been lowered from 4x to 2x for 7950 against 7970,rest settings are same maxed out.

7950 presents a formidable challenge to 7970,similar to as 670 to 680/780 to titan

http://www.hardocp.com/article/2013/02/18/2012_amd_video_card_driver_performance_review/1#.UaZfBZzLXIU
Edited by Souv - 5/29/13 at 1:07pm
post #2296 of 2543
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Originally Posted by Alatar View Post

Exactly.

Solder points will be there though. If someone wants to solder the connector in place. Not that hard, probably the best way to go if you own a classy.

Damn deceptive press photos... rolleyes.gif



You can tell the port is right there!

Well in that case, scratch my argument two posts ago. It would be a 680 Classified Rev. 2 disappointment-fest all over again. In that case my point still stands that nVidia won't let the 780 beat a Titan in even OC situations (without voiding warranty and go hardmodding).
    
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And it is true. Just looking at the graph you get the best scaling at 2-way for both companies with with falling once you add the third and fourth.

True, but for some people, the last 15 fps can help and is sometime worth the price.
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http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=1937177

No EVbot for the GTX 780 Classified.

I'm curious as to why the classified will offer that will justify the usual $75+ increase over the vanilla 780 gtx. More power phases and 8 pin power input is nice, but it seems redundant if nvidia doesn't allow overvolting to being with. Also, I have read on some of the reviews and posts that 780 has temp throttling once it passes 80c and will throttle if it reaches the power target?
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Originally Posted by KaRLiToS View Post

True, but for some people, the last 15 fps can help and is sometime worth the price.

Agreed.
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I'm curious as to why the classified will offer that will justify the usual $75+ increase over the vanilla 780 gtx. More power phases and 8 pin power input is nice, but it seems redundant if nvidia doesn't allow overvolting to being with. Also, I have read on some of the reviews and posts that 780 has temp throttling once it passes 80c and will throttle if it reaches the power target?

The FTW and Classifieds are not reference PCBs.
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I'm curious as to why the classified will offer that will justify the usual $75+ increase over the vanilla 780 gtx. More power phases and 8 pin power input is nice, but it seems redundant if nvidia doesn't allow overvolting to being with. Also, I have read on some of the reviews and posts that 780 has temp throttling once it passes 80c and will throttle if it reaches the power target?


Well you can overvolt but only up to 1.212V without hard-modding additional voltage. Also it won't throttle till 95C since you can adjust that temperature threshold in EVGA Precision or MSI Afterburner. You are still restricted to 1.212V so all that additional Power Phases stuff is for people that want to void their warranty and use a soldering iron.

It is priced higher due to non-reference and features for crazy benchers who puts them under LN2 and stuff.
    
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