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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.

Indeed! The true master of suspense! thumb.gif

Cheers

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Hitchcock was the master. I made a Psycho themed rainmeter skin around Halloween. Was hoping it would go over better than it did but its still fun to play around with. I got 2 Classys. but i cant use em with my other 780's because theyre around 3/4" higher than the acx SC's i already have installed. unless someone wants to make a custom modded step design SLI bridge for my 3.5 space MB.tongue.gif
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Hitchcock was the master. I made a Psycho themed rainmeter skin around Halloween. Was hoping it would go over better than it did but its still fun to play around with. I got 2 Classys. but i cant use em with my other 780's because theyre around 3/4" higher than the acx SC's i already have installed. unless someone wants to make a custom modded step design SLI bridge for my 3.5 space MB.tongue.gif

I'd be interested in seeing that rainmeter theme smile.gif

Sounds like an excuse to build a second rig to me........
    
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What's the best way to apply thermal paste? Cross pattern or pea size?

When I applied my GC-Extreme to my 780, I first tried the dot but didn't like the coverage. Tried to spread it but the paste was too thick, ended up going with a X pattern and it covered the die quite nicely. I made my X with lines that started about 1/4" from each corner. Hopefully this helps.
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JWak it can be found here:
http://q5grafx.deviantart.com/art/Psycho-1-1-405195476
i also posted the 3d model of norman bates house on my gallery there.
the skin has sound and 8HDD,8CPU Core & network monitoring.
Click i window it rases a headstone. the headstone has the meter.
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JWak Ive done a Dozen or so different skins for rainmeter. One that had the biggest turnout was my breaking bad Interactive periodic table of the elements skin:) and i just ported that skin to a Big Bang Theory interactive periodic table of the elements:)
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JWak Ive done a Dozen or so different skins for rainmeter. One that had the biggest turnout was my breaking bad Interactive periodic table of the elements skin:) and I just ported that skin to a Big Bang Theory interactive periodic table of the elements:)

Some nice stuff smile.gif Cheers.

On a 780 related note, I'm still finding my feet with the overclock. +100 on the core with +25mv crashed Crysis 3, but will run Unigine Valley and Firestrike all day. And I took the memory oc off for the Crysis run (also+100).

I could see what OccamRazor meant by the TDP limit getting in the way. It would sometimes bump down from 1228 to 1202.

Not sure what direction to take this now.
    
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I currently have a 780 HOF, and after coming back and reading about the problems it is having I'm thinking of selling it and getting a couple 780 classifieds for the new rig Im building. However, with the skynet bios, are classifieds worth the extra money. Any reference card can reach extreme volts with skynet bios/llc program, correct?, or is my understanding wrong? Are more classifieds actually hitting higher clocks than reference cards with the skynet bios? Does someone who has been keeping up with this crazy 1700+ page thread have a good feeling of average skynet bios ref clock vs skynet bios classified clock?

I will have exotic cooling (-30C chilled water) in this next rig, which is something I've had in the past, and am confident I can pull off again. When I had my chiller going I had 2 MSI 670 power editions and would of loved more voltage (at the time the modded bios would make power editions clock erractic). This time around I want to make sure I buy cards that can utilize the extra cooling. And if both are equal extra voltage wise, I would want the one with higher average clocks if there is a clear winner.

Really appreciate any input.

Update:

This was incorrectly posted by me in Titan thread, a reply by OccamRazor said that the classy has it's own voltage tool. Is this the Evebot, or is he referring to another program instead of the LLC unlock?
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I currently have a 780 HOF, and after coming back and reading about the problems it is having I'm thinking of selling it and getting a couple 780 classifieds for the new rig Im building. However, with the skynet bios, are classifieds worth the extra money. Any reference card can reach extreme volts with skynet bios/llc program, correct?, or is my understanding wrong? Are more classifieds actually hitting higher clocks than reference cards with the skynet bios? Does someone who has been keeping up with this crazy 1700+ page thread have a good feeling of average skynet bios ref clock vs skynet bios classified clock?

I will have exotic cooling (-30C chilled water) in this next rig, which is something I've had in the past, and am confident I can pull off again. When I had my chiller going I had 2 MSI 670 power editions and would of loved more voltage (at the time the modded bios would make power editions clock erractic). This time around I want to make sure I buy cards that can utilize the extra cooling. And if both are equal extra voltage wise, I would want the one with higher average clocks if there is a clear winner.

Really appreciate any input.

Update:

This was incorrectly posted by me in Titan thread, a reply by OccamRazor said that the classy has it's own voltage tool. Is this the Evebot, or is he referring to another program instead of the LLC unlock?

I monitor all these threads! biggrin.gif

Here is the voltage tool, a nice piece of software that allows you to control the CHIL 8318 voltage controller on board of the Classy:

GPU (NVVDD) OverVoltage
Memory (FBVDD/Q) OverVoltage
PEXVDD PLL Voltage Measurement

So:

NVDD is voltage for GPU

FBVDD is Memory voltage

PEXVDD is PCIExpress Voltage



Have a read on my OC guide and get a few pointers: OCCAMRAZOR ADVANCED GK110 OC GUIDE

If money is not an obstacle go for the 780Ti Classified, 14+3 VRM phases and voltage tool go all the way up to 1,500V! wink.gif


Cheers

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Edited by OccamRazor - 2/11/14 at 7:59pm
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@anyone who purchased the asus direct cu ii; was the box sealed when you received your card; i.e shrink wrap/seal on the flap? Just wondering if I received an open box item from the egg.

No shrink wrap on it or seal but the card itself inside had a piece of tape on it
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