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Thermal throttling? What are your temps like?

Temps are 65C max in something like Bf4. League of Legends max temps are like 54C.
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can a 780 and a 780 ti SLI ? i wonder because they are the same chip in an sense.. so maybe you could run the first 780 ti and the othe 780 as a second gpu? idk just thinking about upgrades and what not..

on another note is a 780 sli worth it for streaming and 4k?
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Hi, i have a question for you guys, i have recently bought a second 780 dcii from a friend, it comes with the skyn3t bios already installed (3A with 941mhz)

My question is: i saw that there are different version of the bios, my first card had the 3A and elpida memory, the second one i don't know the original bios version (samsung gddr5)

There are any problems if i flash a rev.3A bios on a 80.10.37.00.12 card? how can i see if the card out of the box had a .37 or a .3A bios?

thank you
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check gpu-z; mine came with 80.80 bios
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Going to make a rather silly question here, i wana buy a 780ti(same company as the 780 i have) can i sli them or are they incompatible?
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Going to make a rather silly question here, i wana buy a 780ti(same company as the 780 i have) can i sli them or are they incompatible?

NV doesn't allow that at the driver level.

Technically it would be possible but NV doesn't want us doing such things.

There were hacked NV drivers out there that would allow you to SLI different cards of a same gen, say a 680 and 670. But the guy that was making them stopped sometime last year, before 780Tis were released, so that wouldn't work for you.
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Originally Posted by anubis1127 View Post

NV doesn't allow that at the driver level.

Technically it would be possible but NV doesn't want us doing such things.

There were hacked NV drivers out there that would allow you to SLI different cards of a same gen, say a 680 and 670. But the guy that was making them stopped sometime last year, before 780Tis were released, so that wouldn't work for you.

thats sad....thanks anyway smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Heruur View Post

check gpu-z; mine came with 80.80 bios

mine came already with skynet 3A bios, so i cant check the original version installed by default, on the pcb there are no clues (the reference usually have bios sticker on it, but not the dcii)
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Has OP been updated? Still dont see the rev4 for my ref 780 frown.gif
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anyone here who is having 2 or 3 gigabyte 780 oc windforces on air? in a perfectly air cooled case? smile.gif i am looking for info if someone is running such an insanity. i might think about going a second and possibly 3rd windforce cards if 3 cards were possible smile.gif i have a case and fans to actually pull it of, check out my sig rig smile.gif

thanks
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Edited by revro - 2/7/14 at 11:46am
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