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Actually any oem 780 bios should work.
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Actually any oem 780 bios should work.
I know this question doesn't belog on the thread but looking at your GPU+CPU combo, doesn't the i7 930 at 4GHZ bottleneck the GTX Titan's?
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I know this question doesn't belog on the thread but looking at your GPU+CPU combo, doesn't the i7 930 at 4GHZ bottleneck the GTX Titan's?

It would depend on which games and at what resolution he'd be using. 1440p and 1600p are more reliant on GPU and it's bundled VRAM than the CPU. The CPU can make a difference still, but not at the point that it does with lower resolutions. Sometimes this is even relevant with 1080p and 1200p.
 
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Got my GTX 780 from using EVGA Step-up program and I am pleased! Now I need to figure out how to overclock this thing, never have overclocked a video card! Please add me, Thanks!

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It would depend on which games and at what resolution he'd be using. 1440p and 1600p are more reliant on GPU and it's bundled VRAM than the CPU. The CPU can make a difference still, but not at the point that it does with lower resolutions. Sometimes this is even relevant with 1080p and 1200p.

Would an i5-3570K at 4.4ghz bottleneck a 780 ghz edition at 1080P?
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No XD lol not even 2 gtx 780

But on some games it would all depends.
Edited by youyou - 3/10/14 at 5:10pm
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Would an i5-3570K at 4.4ghz bottleneck a 780 ghz edition at 1080P?
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No XD lol not even 2 gtx 780

But on some games it would it all depends.

Agreed. Intel CPUs haven't really been a bottleneck for a while now.

That's not to say overclocking further won't net you any gains; at a certain point the results will be negligible or situational. If you wanna be technical, there's probably always going to be a bottleneck in every system, but games these days, along with resolutions that are more common, help eliminate or decrease the CPU as a factor.
 
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My 3570k @4.5ghz is a bottleneck for my 780 in GTA IV. Core 1 will be maxed but the rest will be 50-70%. I'm pretty sure that's because it isn't coded very well to utilize multicore systems.
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Actually any oem 780 bios should work.

Actually no it doesnt! Classy bios is very different than the reference 780 unless you mean any classy oem bios! wink.gif

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Got my GTX 780 from using EVGA Step-up program and I am pleased! Now I need to figure out how to overclock this thing, never have overclocked a video card! Please add me, Thanks!

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Read my guide and feel free to ask questions! thumb.gif

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Would an i5-3570K at 4.4ghz bottleneck a 780 ghz edition at 1080P?

No it wouldnt! smile.gif
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My 3570k @4.5ghz is a bottleneck for my 780 in GTA IV. Core 1 will be maxed but the rest will be 50-70%. I'm pretty sure that's because it isn't coded very well to utilize multicore systems.

GTA IV IS buggy as an ants nest! tongue.gif

My Titan SLI tri-monitor 120hz@3240 x 1920 with my 3570K@4,8Ghz never complains! thumb.gif


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To the OP's - thank you this is a TON of information. I was able to flash my BIOS on my 780 and achieve 1.212 reported core voltage without much issue at all using Precision X. I did the LLC and now get results of 00 which should mean LLC is disabled (and its in my startup group too) and I'm pretty good at following the instructions. I'm trying to get past 1.212 though and softmodding AB and even the Zawarudo hack don't seem to be getting me over 1.212.

There is probably and easy answer but my reading and searching hasn't found it yet. My AB does show the core voltage slider enabled and I can slide or enter up to 1300 so I've done that right I believe. Clicking apply just doesn't seem to have any effect on VCore as measured by PX or GPU-Z sensors.

I even tried the Classy voltage tool (3 slider GUI thing) and it doesn't impact voltage either. The only thing that seems to affect VCore is PX, and 1212 is enabled as the max there from my flashing skyn3t's 3A bios to it today.

I have a first round A1 chip on mine and the original BIOS it shipped with is 80.10.3A.00.80. I'm on 80.10.36.00.82 at the moment.

It is water cooled, so I'm not worried about the controllable core temps (EK FC block)

Anything you can do to help me get over the 1212 hump?

**Update - I am able to get my core voltage to 1.212 in AB also, it seems, as the ability to enter 1300 is no longer available there on the slider bar. So both programs ARE able to adjust voltage, but I just can't get either past 1.212. Is this a BIOS limitation or user error on my part?**
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