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Just decided to check my 780 Classified's ASIC Quality. According to GPU-Z, it's 75.3.%. thumb.gif
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Don't forget the fact that the hydro copper doesn't cool down the VRMs while a EK block would. you also have to take those temperatures in mind.

I still don't understand why EVGA doesn't cool those with their hydrocopper.

and nobody has any remarks on my watercooling setup post?

the hydrocopper blocks do actively cool the vrms but there was a review that showed the ek blocks have the best vrm temps with there block. We had a member take apart his hc block to show that there was a channel above the vrms just like the ek block.
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Well, just got my 780 classified yesterday. Pretty ticked off I can't get it stable at 1300mhz. Running Skynet 4 bios, power target @ 200, temp target @ 90. Artifacts, artifacts...even at 1.35v using Classy controller. It's not too hot, the highest temp is 85c. The best I can get is 1285mhz. The memory (Hynix) on the other hand OC's beautifully. Got it to 7400mhz without a hitch...could probably go more. ASIC quality is 67.3%.


You are expecting too much on air. You need to go water cooling or keep your voltages low and your temps as low as possible.
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post #10024 of 21377
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You are expecting too much on air. You need to go water cooling or keep your voltages low and your temps as low as possible.

I guess that's where I'm confused. Is the Kepler being pushed too hard @ 85? I only ask this because my HD 7950 had no issue at all running at 90 all day long without artifacting. I'm coming back to Nvidia after being an AMD user since the 9700 Pro. I know ATI just loves to run hot.
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I guess that's where I'm confused. Is the Kepler being pushed too hard @ 85? I only ask this because my HD 7950 had no issue at all running at 90 all day long without artifacting. I'm coming back to Nvidia after being an AMD user since the 9700 Pro. I know ATI just loves to run hot.

85-90 is ok if you are running the thing completely stock. But the second you try to OC, you need to bring temps down to keep the cards stable, the higher the voltage/clocks the card is using, the more temperature sensitive the card becomes and needs to have cooling addressed. The Kepler chips are beastly, but best to keep them at or below ~55c once you start to OC to get best results!
Edited by Jimhans1 - 3/5/14 at 10:13am
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85-90 is ok if you are running the thing completely stock. But the second you try to OC, you need to bring temps down to keep the cards stable, the higher the voltage/clocks the card is using, the more temperature sensitive the card becomes

Okay that makes sense. It looks like the ceiling is when it hits 85c, while OC'd with voltages at 1.3 or more. Looks like it's time to invest in a waterblock.
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Originally Posted by gatesmarch View Post

Okay that makes sense. It looks like the ceiling is when it hits 85c, while OC'd with voltages at 1.3 or more. Looks like it's time to invest in a waterblock.
I haven't seen many cards do 1.3v@85c stable, if yours will do that, definitely get a waterblock and really see what it will do!!

Edit: looks like you missed the second part of my last post........
post #10028 of 21377
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Originally Posted by gatesmarch View Post

Well, just got my 780 classified yesterday. Pretty ticked off I can't get it stable at 1300mhz. Running Skynet 4 bios, power target @ 200, temp target @ 90. Artifacts, artifacts...even at 1.35v using Classy controller. It's not too hot, the highest temp is 85c. The best I can get is 1285mhz. The memory (Hynix) on the other hand OC's beautifully. Got it to 7400mhz without a hitch...could probably go more. ASIC quality is 67.3%.


Looks like later classies are built kinda poor. Mine has same Bios, same memory and just 60.8 ASIC.
What is default GPU voltage on skyn3t rev 4 BIOS?
I couldnt unlock 1.3 voltage on MSI AB beta 18, using 3:20 or 4:20 gets the same result - invalid. And AB voltage slider doesnt increase or decrease voltages ( AB shows 1.187 all the time) no matter where i set the slider. Skyn3t rev 4 Bios. Any ideas?
Edited by Neer - 3/5/14 at 11:15am
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its your temp neer, if u card was running cooler it would open up alot more headroom, theres post back few pages on how higher voltage and heat etc effect your headroom
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Originally Posted by Neer View Post

Looks like later classies are built kinda poor. Mine has same Bios, same memory and just 60.8 ASIC.
What is default GPU voltage on skyn3t rev 4 BIOS?
Most classies will have a lower ASIC score, since are meant run on liquid-cooling or other than air cooling to get them to work their best.

Getting a classy and running it on air is like buying a high performance car and running it on regular gas instead of premium, yeah, it looks good, but the performance isn't all there yet.

To make a Kepler card sing, air isn't a fully viable option unless you really wanna play the silicon lottery to find a low leakage card to run it on air, something with a 70+% ASIC score IMHO.
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