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That's how I read into, however my cards are backwards. Not only that if I remember right the lower the score the "leaky" chip it is, allowing for greater OCs under water and LN2.

The 79% card hits 1.2v, 69~75deg under load, and OCs to around 1200mhz

The 69% card hits 1.1v, 65~69deg under load, and OCs to around 1130mhz

Now this isn't BIOS modded all stock.

Either ways going to find Max Bench/Gaming OC, going to do a PhysX round up test, do a ACX cooler on the Titan test...and than put my 780 up for sale.

That's in line my cards as well. My two 69% and 75% hits 1.200v just fine but the 65% can only do 1.187v. I understood it as the card quality of the worst card just leaks so much that it can't hit 1.200v unless you push a lot more voltage through it. Another interpretation is that because clocks and voltage goes hand in hand in this generation, the card was deemed by Nvidia to not be able to hit those clocks so it's automatically locked out of those voltages.


Who knows, though, ASIC quality does correlate with realized performance.




EDIT: Why did you buy the 780 if you had Titans? Also, PhysX should be within 5% difference as FP32 is identical in both the 780 and Titan. Theoretically at least.
Edited by Syan48306 - 6/7/13 at 11:08am
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@Wermad... how are those (3) 780s working out in surround? Do you see a good performance bump over two cards? Any scaling issues?

I take delivery of the first two next week and the 3rd is in back-order (frown.gif). I'll definitely post some figures once all three are in concert thumb.gif
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EDIT: Why did you buy the 780 if you had Titans? Also, PhysX should be within 5% difference as FP32 is identical in both the 780 and Titan. Theoretically at least.

I don't know, I just wanted to play with something new biggrin.gif
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Might have to update the GPU's BIOS. What kind of motherboards are these people using?

Asus RIVE IV Extreme / Formula / Gene / Sabertooth -- All are having the same issues.

I constantly BSOD from the driver itself -- Can't even bench.

New bios, already?
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Asus RIVE IV Extreme / Formula / Gene / Sabertooth -- All are having the same issues.

I constantly BSOD from the driver itself -- Can't even bench.

New bios, already?

http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=1944772
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Might have to update the GPU's BIOS. What kind of motherboards are these people using?

Asus RIVE IV Extreme / Formula / Gene / Sabertooth -- All are having the same issues.

I constantly BSOD from the driver itself -- Can't even bench.

New bios, already?

Yep. Posted above by Rei (thank you Rei).

Also...the mothebroard BIOS may have to be updated. I was having similar issues when I first got mine. I admit that I wasn't as on-top of keeping my motherboard BIOS as up to date as it should be. And when I got my 780's installed and installed the drivers, I couldn't run anything. Didn't get any BSOD's, but no full-screen applications would open. I updated the motherboard BIOS and did a clean install of Windows 8 and everything has been working perfectly ever since.

So...I'd update the motherboard BIOS, the GPU's BIOS, and possibly a clean Windows install. Sounds like a lot at first but just tell your customers it'll be a one-time thing and worth the trouble to get these bad boys runnin' thumb.gif
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Went and checked Asus, MSI and Gigabyte.

No one has BIOS update for the GTX 780 but EVGA.
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Here are my EVGA 780's in SLI.

I used EK acylic waterblocks and the EK backplate which is BEAUTIFUL

 

Just finished the build :)

 

 


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very nice CBZ323! thumb.gif
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So my first 780 is an MSI (reference cooler) and asic quality is 69.3% which seems decent.

The EVGA card just arrived to I'm curious to see what it looks like.
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