Max voltage for every single 780 out there is 1.212v, unfortunately
Originally Posted by skywalkr
Originally Posted by dph314
I've heard NCIX isn't the best with hot items. I'd order one from another site that gets them in stock more regularly, like Newegg, and then you can just cancel your order with NCIX if/when the other goes through first.
Yeah that's what I think I'll end up doing. Lesson learnt! Worst case scenario I'll end up getting 2 780's which I was planning on doing anyway. By the way, I noticed you mentioned earlier you were SLIng two ACX 780's. How are your temps doing?
Sorry it took me so long to answer, was busy at work today so I didn't have too much time to sit on OCN all day like I usually do, ha. Temps have been great. SLI @ 1176mhz and the max temp was 72C, and that's with a near-silent fan profile that got up to I think 69% max.
Well, my other 780 seems to be a bit better. First one was 64% ASIC, did 1202mhz in 3dMark11. I had to put Titan back in to flash the BIOS back to the stock one before shipping it, so I switched the 780's around to try the other one out, and it's 73% ASIC and does 1215mhz in 3dMark11. Not as big of an improvement as I hoped, but still good
So, GoldenTiger...or anyone who knows, for that matter...with that resister soldered on, the one from your pic you posted a few pages back...after doing that, you could adjust the voltage up to 1.25v or whatever just the normal software way? With Precision? I have a soldering iron. Never took it to a graphics card before, but that procedure looks simple enough. I'd prefer seeing a video first though, just to get the exact
technique down and everything. But yeah, looks somewhat simple, so, just curious.