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If you read the thread you can see i never claimed as such. I was just confirming if gpu boost 2 allows you to adjust the thermal target. And it does. Where's the beef?

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GTX 780 is looking hella good.

It doesn't take much of an oc to match stock Titan ... Cough cough**

There you go wink.gif
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If you are willing to OC a 780, then you are willing to OC a Titan. There is very little utility of "an overclock 780 will beat a stock Titan."
 
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An OC 780 will beat a Titan for $350 less that people can put towards a 4770K or whatever CPU. Obviously if you can survive without 6GB. Seems like a really solid card, looking forward to non reference.

OC Titan owners can still stand on their chair and scream they are on top of the world.
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Why overclock but not change default fan profiles. Run it at 80% fans and OC as much as you can to truly see OC'ing potential. At 84C hasn't it already downclocked twice?

And 80% results in approaching hairdryer levels from what I have seen... ok for benching, but atrocious if you're going to use the card for anything but Valley and 3dmark. EDIT: Still this is yet another review getting 1228mhz boost, with guru3d seeing 1250+ and a few of the several users posting so far seeing 1220+. It'll be interesting to see more oc data as more people receive their 780 cards since 1200mhz for a Titan is pretty much on the top end... while they perform very similarly at equal clocks, my hypothesis of the 780 oc'ing better might be borne out (we'll see though, you can't really call it with so few results yet). EDIT2: And I'd assume the reason they didn't just max the fan is because just this side of no one runs their cards at hairdryer levels during everyday use. It would have been irrelevant.
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An OC 780 will beat a Titan for $350 less that people can put towards a 4770K or whatever CPU. Obviously if you can survive without 6GB. Seems like a really solid card, looking forward to non reference.

OC Titan owners can still stand on their chair and scream they are on top of the world.

Yup, at least currently they can (we'll see as more oc results pour in)... ~5% faster (imperceptible in gaming) and $350 lighter for now (hardly an envious position) eek.gif . I'd love to see 3-way SLI 780 results vs. 2-way SLI Titans... the cost there is equal and would be an interesting performance delta.
Edited by GoldenTiger - 5/28/13 at 10:17am
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but because you set the temp target doesn't mean it ignores the power target . . ya know.
If you read the thread you can see i never claimed as such. I was just confirming if gpu boost 2 allows you to adjust the thermal target. And it does. Where's the beef?

your question implied you didn't understand there is a limit, and yes i have read the thread. i just don't have much patience for apparent rudeness. thumb.gif
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as far as I read, the OC was 22% when comparing stock Max Boost clock to overclocked Max Boost clock. it is not bad knowing average OC performance of 670/680 series ... it doesn't prove anything much as per extreme clockers, but is very decent in fact for daily running ... and for the increased noise, the solution is very simple (and expensive however) - water cooling if one really wants to keep the GPU temperatures in control.

the only thing I dislike is the price of those cards however wink.gif ... not a fan of nvidia's recent move in raising the _80 base price to $650, sounds like they set a new trend and that's what we should expect to pay for base model in following series from now on ... really not fond of it...
Edited by feniks - 5/28/13 at 11:14am
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17% OC is not bad knowing average OC performance of 670/680 series ... it doesn't prove anything much as per extreme clockers, but is very decent in fact for daily running ... and for the increased noise, the solution is very simple (and expensive however) - water cooling if one really wants to keep the GPU temperatures in control.

the only thing I dislike is the price of those cards however wink.gif ... not a fan of nvidia's recent move in raising the _80 base price to $650, sounds like they set a new trend and that's what we should expect to pay for base model in following series from now on ... really not fond of it...

I just ended up buying an SC ACX 780, it will keep it quiet and cool by all user and professional reviews I've read. No need to go water, since it won't provide an oc benefit over that unless you hardware voltmod.
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I just ended up buying an SC ACX 780, it will keep it quiet and cool by all user and professional reviews I've read. No need to go water, since it won't provide an oc benefit over that unless you hardware voltmod.

I agree, it's not needed to go water if one doesn't mind the noise of GPU fan under load. I personally don't like it.

I actually went water on 670 SLI only because I modded BIOS and use 1.21V daily (stock limit is 1.17v), but the temps under water are usually below 40C under load, raising to maybe 50C under extreme full load. with air cooler they were never passing 70C, but I simply hated the noise of those small fans (even at 80% they were bothering me) ... some people don't mind that, but since my comp is standing in living room and running on near silent case+rad fans only (AP-15 + AP-45) then you see, it didn't make much sense to me to keep the stock GPU fans (added noise under load).

how do you like your 780 SC? smile.gif
Edited by feniks - 5/28/13 at 11:21am
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