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I like the Evga Supernova but in my country there is "no stock".

So I´ll go with an OCZ SILENCER MKIII 1200W platinum after see the review at jhonnyguru... and with a good price / performance.

Regards.
post #14142 of 24852
I've flashed my cards to skyn3ts v3 bios and applied the 1.325v llc mod. However, AB still reports voltage of around 1.212. Is it just reporting the sensor wrong or am I doing something wrong?
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You mean the slider in Afterburner goes up to 1.3Volt but the hardware monitor reports 1.212?
Or you cannot at all put 1.3 in AB?
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post #14144 of 24852
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I've flashed my cards to skyn3ts v3 bios and applied the 1.325v llc mod. However, AB still reports voltage of around 1.212. Is it just reporting the sensor wrong or am I doing something wrong?

As far as I know, you can't see anything above 1.212v without something like a volt meter plugged into your card. They're not really meant to go higher than 1.212 even if there's tools allowing it.
    
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post #14145 of 24852
Is there any BIOS which with i can flash GTX 780 EVGA SC ACX with 80.80 BIOS? I have tried BIOS from SC with stock cooler, but nvflash says it has diffrent board :/
Edited by Nevii - 11/19/13 at 7:42am
post #14146 of 24852
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I like the Evga Supernova but in my country there is "no stock".

So I´ll go with an OCZ SILENCER MKIII 1200W platinum after see the review at jhonnyguru... and with a good price / performance.

Regards.

Its a Super Flower Golden King

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post #14147 of 24852
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Is there any BIOS which with i can flash GTX 780 EVGA SC ACX? I have tried BIOS from SC with stock cooler, but nvflash says it has diffrent board :/
Check the GPUZ or nividia card information and very the information is correc for the BIOS
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It's 80.80 so if it would be 80.10 i would'nt be asking tongue.gif
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Hi all,

just wanted to share some infos about Gigabyte's GTX 780 models available, since some users seem to be confused by the chips Gigabyte uses on the Rev. 2.0 and Rev. 1.0 cards. I haven't found anything regarding this in the last few hundred posts, please don't ****storm me if this is already known smile.gif

Right now you can find 3 different Gigabyte GTX 780 Windforce OC models on the market:

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 780 WindForce 3X OC Rev. 1.0 (GV-N780OC-3GD)
Rev. 1.0 was the first model using reference PCB layout, WindForce cooler and some gpu overclock. All cards are using GK110-300-A1 chips with 80.10... bios. Not sure if they are still in production or retailers are just selling off their stock.

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 780 WindForce 3X OC Rev. 2.0 (GV-N780OC-3GD)
Rev. 2.0 was the second model using custom PCB layout (8+2 phase), 2x8-pin PCIe connectors, WindForce cooler and the same gpu overclock as Rev. 1.0. Since B1 is avaliable, Gigabyte is mixing GK110-300-A1 and GK110-300-B1 chips in production until switch to B1 is completely done and A1 stock is emptied. So right now you can get lucky with a B1 chip.

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 780 GHz Edition WindForce 3X (GV-N780GHZ-3GD)
GHz Edition is the newest addition using custom PCB layout (8+2 phase), 2x8-pin PCIe connectors, better memory chips, full cover backplate, WindForce cooler and further increased gpu overclock. (see here). With this card Gigabyte guarantees 100% GK110-300-B1 on a slightly improved card for a little price premium.

Checking my favorite shop, GHz Edition is €470 versus €440 for the Rev. 2.0 right now (both in stock). The GHz Edition is the one i currently plan to replace my trusty GTX 570 with, because the price premium is low and the mixture of high stock clocks / good custom PCB / quiet WindForce cooler sounds very sexy to me. But since B1 chips are fresh and - after release of R290(X) and 780Ti - gpu prices are changing almost daily, i try to keep my trigger finger from the "order now" button for some more weeks. Maybe after christmas ... depending on custom 780Ti prices ... who knows ...

cheers smile.gif

But now comes the most important question of them all.
Does the Rev 2 / Ghz Edition use the NCP4206 controller and is the BIOS moddable to allow 1.300v in MSI AB?
If the Ghz Edition actually does have moddable BIOS and unlocked voltage, i'm thinking of getting that to replace my reference 780.
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But the DC2 doesn't have any kind of direct memory cooling while EVGA has a memory cooling plate. Is memory cooling necessary on 780s? 

Also, I've been told that ASUS's customer support is really weak against EVGA's. Not sure if it's true though.

Can someone explain to me why the Classified is the ultimate 780? Does it overclock like no other 780? Is it cool and quiet? 
It really depends on what you consider cool and quiet. It runs cool enough for me to run 1.257 @ 100% fan speed and stay below 80c. From what I can see, the Classifieds OC better than every other 780 there is on average. Most users see 1163 out of the box stock boost. My personal card can do bench Valley @ 1320 @ 1.212, as far as we can tell, the Classifieds are binned chips, so they OC exceptionally well. As far as customer support goes, EVGA has been excellent, I've only had to RMA through ASUS for a mother board issues and was not the most pleasant experience.
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