Originally Posted by GoldenTiger
Those are both stock clocks. Techpowerup also has an oc-to-oc table stating base clocks, and the following data:
BF3 1920x1200 4x AA
OC EVGA GTX 780 SC ACX core: 1065 MHz mem: 1855 MHz 127.9 FPS
OC GTX Titan core: 990 MHz mem: 1780 MHz 128.7 FPS
Now, this doesn't take custom BIOS files into account, but one would assume the cards would both continue clocking about the same percentage-wise higher, and the ACX is cooler/quieter. Not as good for SLI of course due to dumping air into the case.
Thanks. So glad I went with these. I bought them before I saw the 63C they were able to maintain. Actually I just went with the highest-boosting 780, which happened to be this one. Plus, with the exceptional performance of the ACX for only $10
more, how could anyone choose a different one? Well, I mean unless they're sold out now or something. But yeah, it's really great you had the will power to wait for the ACX one.
Still can't believe it's so close to Titan. Mine will be coming out of the computer today. Will miss it, but not much
kind of a low-clocked Titan in that graph though, as many do 1202mhz perfectly fine with the BIOS flash, as did mine. So tack on another 15-16% performance for a good-clocking Titan, at 1202mhz, and those results will change. But like was stated, and as I hope is the case, the 780 will overclock pretty well also, and see just as excellent scaling from it.
Just need a BIOS that keeps the voltage locked at 1.212v, kicks the Power Target up to 115%, and then the real fun will start