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Hello, fellow 780 owners!
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I have one final question: Is there a way to disable LLC on the Classified?

Thanks for your help.

Also, I made sure to rep OccamRazor for his helpful posts.


HERE BE OFF TOPIC:

Turns out a $350 new gigabyte 780 was too good to be true. Seller failed to deliver (a supposed r9 290) to a previous buyer. The seller has failed to return a single message. He is actually from romania despite ebay saying norway, and his paypal email was used as a contact for an internet advertisement for romanian prositutes lol

Also he plays around 50 hrs. a week of DOTA 2 (we are steam buddies but he's pretty quiet). It kind of explains why he chose computer hardware as a 'scam' of choice.

I don't know why he does it... he can't extract the money from his paypal for almost a month because he's new, which is more than enough time for me to file a complaint.
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Originally Posted by crazysoccerman View Post

I have one final question: Is there a way to disable LLC on the Classified?

Thanks for your help.

Also, I made sure to rep OccamRazor for his helpful posts.


HERE BE OFF TOPIC:

Turns out a $350 new gigabyte 780 was too good to be true. Seller failed to deliver (a supposed r9 290) to a previous buyer. The seller has failed to return a single message. He is actually from romania despite ebay saying norway, and his paypal email was used as a contact for an internet advertisement for romanian prositutes lol

Also he plays around 50 hrs. a week of DOTA 2 (we are steam buddies but he's pretty quiet). It kind of explains why he chose computer hardware as a 'scam' of choice.

I don't know why he does it... he can't extract the money from his paypal for almost a month because he's new, which is more than enough time for me to file a complaint.

Nop! You dont need it! thumb.gif


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Originally Posted by crazysoccerman View Post

I have one final question: Is there a way to disable LLC on the Classified?

Thanks for your help.

Also, I made sure to rep OccamRazor for his helpful posts.


HERE BE OFF TOPIC:

Turns out a $350 new gigabyte 780 was too good to be true. Seller failed to deliver (a supposed r9 290) to a previous buyer. The seller has failed to return a single message. He is actually from romania despite ebay saying norway, and his paypal email was used as a contact for an internet advertisement for romanian prositutes lol

Also he plays around 50 hrs. a week of DOTA 2 (we are steam buddies but he's pretty quiet). It kind of explains why he chose computer hardware as a 'scam' of choice.

I don't know why he does it... he can't extract the money from his paypal for almost a month because he's new, which is more than enough time for me to file a complaint.

I had the exact same thing happen to me over at another web forum 780Ti for 600 shipped and great communication until money was sent and then crickets. It really pisses me off people still doing things like this.
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Originally Posted by OccamRazor View Post

'No air cooler has the capacity to dissipate the heat load out of the VRM area when OC with overvoltage!'

How is it contradictory? The cards TDP is 250W, so the stock cooler will be a little effective over that value! when you apply voltage you increase current (amperage) so the power draw rises (when software loads the card) leading to more heat over those 1,212V=250W (stated by nvidia), overvoltage is over 1,212V!
With TDP unlocked (bios) plus the voltage up to 1,300V and up to 1,600V with the Zawarudo's tool you get over 600W (close to 900W with hard mod releasing all the cards inbuilt safety locks (OCP,OVP and TDP limits, yes there are two, one in bios and another in hardware) allowing for more than 900W of power draw!
So, dont worry about your "stock" OC voltage! tongue.gif, just make sure to flash the appropriate bios if you get stutters when your OC leads you to over 106% PT (Max stock PT) your card will clock down it it hits it constantly!
You have EZ3flash in my SIG and my guide on how to do it!

The contradiction comes between that quote stating any over-voltage is bad on air and the next paragraph stating that pushing the voltage up to 1.212 is fine on air. It wasn't a poke at the OP, I just wanted a better understanding of what he possibly meant, as I realize he was probably assuming a greater understanding of voltage control than I had.

Your in-depth explanation is helpful and has answered that, thank you smile.gif
    
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The contradiction comes between that quote stating any over-voltage is bad on air and the next paragraph stating that pushing the voltage up to 1.212 is fine on air. It wasn't a poke at the OP, I just wanted a better understanding of what he possibly meant, as I realize he was probably assuming a greater understanding of voltage control than I had.

Your in-depth explanation is helpful and has answered that, thank you smile.gif

No problem, somehow its not common knowledge that 1,212V IS stock voltage according to nvidia:

1.212V - 0.025V=1.187V+-0.025V=1.162V

All cards depending on leakage are around these values, being the 1,187V the average and the max 1,212V, if its a tad lower your card only will get 1,200V!
Overvoltage is beyond 1,212V!


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No, leave it on! its better than small heatsinks, its needed for the ACX cooler and provides adequate cooling for up to 1,212V or even a bit more!! thumb.gif
Beyond 1,24V you really need start thinking water anyway! smile.gif



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Will that aftermarket cooler still fit if you leave that plate on?

So i decided to keep it and i swapped stock cooler with the ac xtreme3. Leaving the plate on wasn't possible, so i used some heatsinks on ram chips and vrms. Btw B1 chip is used on that evga sc.
EVGA acx cooler was quite capable and could handle 1.24V with 70-72°C. Rams max playable oc was 1825Mhz (+650). VRMs with ir gun was around 90°C.
Now with the xtreme3 with 1.3V i have 55°C with open case, or 60°C with case fans on 9V, and RAM oc goes up to 1875Mhz (+750). VRMs temps are on 72-73°C territory (open case). It is quieter too.
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Originally Posted by OccamRazor View Post

No problem, somehow its not common knowledge that 1,212V IS stock voltage according to nvidia:

1.212V - 0.025V=1.187V+-0.025V=1.162V

All cards depending on leakage are around these values, being the 1,187V the average and the max 1,212V, if its a tad lower your card only will get 1,200V!
Overvoltage is beyond 1,212V!


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Ah, did not know that. Now I do smile.gif Cheers.

Makes that warning that pops up when you open over-voltage in EVGA Precision seem a bit odd.
    
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Ah, did not know that. Now I do smile.gif Cheers.

Makes that warning that pops up when you open over-voltage in EVGA Precision seem a bit odd.

Of course! Like a Hitchcock movie they have to scare you to think the danger comes from something, then something else happens but its not what they were scaring you about in the first place... tongue.gif


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Of course! Like a Hitchcock movie they have to scare you to think the danger comes from something, then something else happens but its not what they were scaring you about in the first place... tongue.gif


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+1 rep for advice given. +1 rep for Hitchcock love smile.gif

I'll find a few stable overclocks in the coming weeks and sign up.
    
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