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okay, thankyou! And I have another question...since the pcb is similar to a classifieds, would a regular 780 waterblock work with it? Im guessing not.

Im not sure but at best you would need a Classy waterblock as the PCB has nothing to do with the reference card!
You could send a PM to JacobF and find out! thumb.gif

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Why would you expect a company to make a waterblock for one edition of a card that isn't the flagship?

IMO we are lucky EK even bothers to make blocks for the non-reference cards (Classified, Lightning) at all.  Typically if you wanted watercooling, you had go reference.

It was my mistake. I thought the card had a reference pcb. I guess thats what I get for not doing more research on the card.

Did they not have waterblocks for the ftw editions in the past?
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FTW editions seem waste of time for me with 2 higher card's above them, other than a mayve higher clock out of the box is there much benifit to them over a regular acx card?
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Did they not have waterblocks for the ftw editions in the past?

Not that I know of, at least not on the 680s. The 670 FTW was on a reference 680 PCB, so you could get blocks for that. I don't remember further back than that, lol.
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I've been noticing some stuttering in BF4 since I increased my overclock. I'm running with +39 on the core to give a max boost at 1176Mhz. I noticed that if I have it set to +39 on the core, my actual clock in-game jumps all over between 980Mhz and 1176Mhz. The odd thing is I lowered the core to +26 and it stays at a pretty steady 1163Mhz. I run with vsnyc on, and noticed I didn't have this problem with vsync off. Does anyone have any idea why the clock would jump up and down causing stutters with my clock set to 1176Mhz vs steady at 1163Mhz?
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same. but it only just started in last few weeks. When I on BF4, I revert to regular clocks.
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FTW editions seem waste of time for me with 2 higher card's above them, other than a mayve higher clock out of the box is there much benifit to them over a regular acx card?

I would have easily went with classifieds over this, actually, I would have just got a kingpin classy but my problem is the width of the card fitting properly in a new sff build im working on. Also, i didnt want a regular ti because it is voltage locked. So pretty much I am stuck with reference 780 if I want to go higher on voltage. now the problem is these ftw cards i purchased that can neither voltage unlock nor can you install a waterblock on them. So they are pretty worthless for my build. But like I said, I should have done more research before pulling the trigger.
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I've been noticing some stuttering in BF4 since I increased my overclock. I'm running with +39 on the core to give a max boost at 1176Mhz. I noticed that if I have it set to +39 on the core, my actual clock in-game jumps all over between 980Mhz and 1176Mhz. The odd thing is I lowered the core to +26 and it stays at a pretty steady 1163Mhz. I run with vsnyc on, and noticed I didn't have this problem with vsync off. Does anyone have any idea why the clock would jump up and down causing stutters with my clock set to 1176Mhz vs steady at 1163Mhz?


Buggy game is buggy.

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same. but it only just started in last few weeks. When I on BF4, I revert to regular clocks.

That's interesting that it's not just me, must have been the latest patch. I guess I'll run at 1163MHz for now then.
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