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are 780 GTX better for o/c than GTX Titan? Or a GTX TITAN OC can still beat a 780 GTX easily
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Oh look there are closed loop WCs for the 780 and the Titan - http://www.arctic.ac/en/p/cooling/vga/569/accelero-hybrid.html
Cools up to 320W. Might pick up these

EDIT: I can use option A and D:

Edited by .Cerberus - 6/5/13 at 12:25pm
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Oh look there are closed loop WCs for the 780 and the Titan - http://www.arctic.ac/en/p/cooling/vga/569/accelero-hybrid.html
Cools up to 320W. Might pick up these

What? $179? Hell no. Get xspc kit and buy a block in the future you can even cool your cpu
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You know at this point I am considering this myself. Why didn't I just do a custom loop to begin with >_<.
I have never built a WC system from the ground up however so I will need a couple of days to feel confident.
Time is ticking and money is in the bank
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You know at this point I am considering this myself. Why didn't I just do a custom loop to begin with >_<.
I have never built a WC system from the ground up however so I will need a couple of days to feel confident.
Time is ticking and money is in the bank

Very good. Than spend the money wise.
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This. If you going SLI go with stock cooler. Otherwise you will have 25c different from first GPU to second GPU. I have been testing SLI with ACX. My final word for SLI ACX its does Sucks. I have seen my second GPU hittinig 60c and the first GPU 80c to 85c this running in a shoebox.

You prob have them way too close...I'm waiting for my ACX cards to arrive, 3 more days now, since they dropped yesterday on miami..

For reference with my 2 GTX 580 LE in SLI, i don't get more than 5c difference, at 20c ambient and a high oc...59c top, 54c bot after stressing them for hours. I would imagine ACX to behave the same for me.

Would have gone hydrocoppers, but I don't plan to keep them more than a year, as well as doing a complete rebuild on a Cross desk.
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You prob have them way too close...I'm waiting for my ACX cards to arrive, 3 more days now, since they dropped yesterday on miami..

Looking forward to your temps
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Anyone tried folding on their 780's yet? want to know PPD numbers tongue.gif
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Originally I was going to pass on this card because I had a GTX680 already and there really isn't anything that brings the card to its knees but a couple of my friends have older GPU's so we all decided to shuffle cards in order to make it cheaper for everyone. I got the GTX780, my friend got my GTX680, and our mutual friend will soon have a GTX570 SLI setup. Anyway I decided to push things further and overclock it which worked surprisingly well despite the fact that I am using the stock cooling. I got a stable setup with +160 on the core clock and +300 on memory using EVGA Precision X and an adjusted fan curve.

I then ran 3DMark11 2013 Performance Benchmark and got these results:
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/735761
(ignore the core clock; it's inaccurate since 3DMark11 samples it before beginning the actual benchmark)

Seems to even pass the stock Titan from what I read on other benchmarks although I could be wrong. Either way, I am more satisfied that saved a bundle while still closing the performance gap between the two cards.

On a side note, I actually saw a 3DMark results page where someone got a GTX680 even higher than my overclocked GTX780 but I am willing to bet it was water-cooled. No other way you could get it THAT high.

EDIT: Got it stable at a higher memory clock value. I think this is the limit though since the boost was marginal:
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/739948
Edited by djnforce9 - 6/5/13 at 6:51pm
post #1910 of 24922
I was about to buy one today then realized that it has no mini DP port for my Apple cinema display and no one makes a mini DP female to DP or DVI male adapter. So I guess I have to stick with AMD.
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