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The rated boost clock is what you'll expect it to boost to at least for the core clock. The maximum boost clock varies from GPU A and GPU B. The main reason is due to the ASIC Quality which can be read in GPU-Z. Other smaller reasons are temperature limits, depending on how easily your GPU hits the temperature limit (I think it's usually 79°C by default and the maximum is 95°C if the temp limit is raised via software OC)

Just had a look at the asic and its 66%
Im going to run 3d mark vantage and see what temps i get to.
The slight annoying thing is lack of vrm temp monitoring
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I have 2 780s one is the Evga SC with acx cooler the other is the FTW with acx cooler. I thought they were identical when I bought them but I found out that the FTW has different vrm. The SC will get 1.3v in afterburner and precision. The FTW is locked at 1.212v. I flashed the skynet bios to both of them I just wish I could get higher volts with the FTW considering the upgraded vrm.
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temps are staying low running furmark, lower than my hd 7950 for sure.

the other thing im noticing is that the boost speed is increasing with my core speed.

ive gone from 863 and 902 boost and 953 weird boost to 883 922 and 980
im unsure why the additional boost is increasing, i understand that the bios allows for increases where temps are not a issue but for it to continually go up

as i said before i havent had a nvida card for a while so its an all new learing experience again
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Well...I'm a weak man...bought a 980 Ti.
oh jeez. Dibs on your 780s! Lol. Have fun with the new card. Any real improvement that you're seeing?
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oh jeez. Dibs on your 780s! Lol. Have fun with the new card. Any real improvement that you're seeing?

Besides temps, noise and games that don't support sli, nope..It's definitely a sidegrade if you have 780's, but I have to say, not needing to wait for SLI updates is definitely something that I undervalued when I switched to SLI...don't think I'll go SLI again.
    
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is it normal for a watercooled 780 overclocked to lets say 1250, to hit 55C ? and depending on the game hit 60c? I mean at first it wouldnt go over 40C but I dont think it has to do with the thermal paste to be honest? anyone here watercooled and can tell me how their temps vary?
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is it normal for a watercooled 780 overclocked to lets say 1250, to hit 55C ? and depending on the game hit 60c? I mean at first it wouldnt go over 40C but I dont think it has to do with the thermal paste to be honest? anyone here watercooled and can tell me how their temps vary?

I max out at 45C with EVGA Hydro Copper water blocks (aka swiftTech). I used NT-H1 thermal compound. See my rig in my sig for details. My max OC is right at 1250 also (mem at 3500)

EDIT: more info - when I first set my 780's up I apparently missed a corner of the gpu chip and that one card ran 10 degrees hotter. It actually damaged the card as I used to be able to hit 1350.

You have just one 780, right? Tell us about your cooling set up.
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Hi, i had GTX 780 that wont overvolt + cant adjust power limit slider in windows 10. Anyone here can explain what happen to my card ? is this driver bug ? and in gpu-z it didnt show power consumption in TDP ???

here's my card information :

GTX 780 Reference
Bios skynet GTX 780 EVGA ACX rev 3 (even with standard bios it wont overvolt / cant adjust power limit)
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is it normal for a watercooled 780 overclocked to lets say 1250, to hit 55C ? and depending on the game hit 60c? I mean at first it wouldnt go over 40C but I dont think it has to do with the thermal paste to be honest? anyone here watercooled and can tell me how their temps vary?

I'm at 1300 and never above 45C in games. Ambient is about 25C usually in the house. Been running 2 years on custom loop. When I push it to 1350 for some games it doesn't go past 45C.
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I max out at 45C with EVGA Hydro Copper water blocks (aka swiftTech). I used NT-H1 thermal compound. See my rig in my sig for details. My max OC is right at 1250 also (mem at 3500)

EDIT: more info - when I first set my 780's up I apparently missed a corner of the gpu chip and that one card ran 10 degrees hotter. It actually damaged the card as I used to be able to hit 1350.

You have just one 780, right? Tell us about your cooling set up.
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I'm at 1300 and never above 45C in games. Ambient is about 25C usually in the house. Been running 2 years on custom loop. When I push it to 1350 for some games it doesn't go past 45C.

im idling at 35C Ish Im running dual radiators on a XSPC water block! just one 780, and a 3930K in the same loop... My second rad is pretty thick I have push pull on that one and the other is swiftech h240X.
I need to do some adjustments because I really wanted a quieter system out of the water cooling but its just as loud since im running so many fans... and obviously I am not getting what I wanted in return. I might also have to re apply thermal paste and top off the evaporated water.. seems like a big bubble has formed in my res... a few things with the system that could use changing... I just need some help to get it to optimum performance its my first water cooled rig... My cpu and gpu are all on a loop together but I have to radiators.... BTW one radiator is 120mm and the other is 140mm and both are dual . any suggestions?
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