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Originally Posted by VETDRMS View Post

Just arrived..time to get to work!

Can the stock backplate be retained with the EK block? Also, is passive cooling of the memory MOSFETs/power circuitry sufficient or should I attach heatsinks?

you will need i think 5 - M3x5 mm screws for the regular backplate to fit with the ek block, please some one correct me if im wrong i forget redface.gif

heat sinks would be better to have over the mosfet and power delivery but as long as you have good airflow around that area you should be fine. ...... ive gone up to 1.5v via dmm and have had no problems with that but have heard reports that they do get really hot.....
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post #10392 of 21377
Thanks. I just got the card torn down and it looks like I could use the screws that came with the waterblock as the backplate screw locations are very thin near the PCB so they don't really add much if anything to the thickness. I will confirm once I get it bolted up and report back. If those won't work I have the EK Titan SE backplate here and I could steal a few screws off that. smile.gif
post #10393 of 21377
Quick question, the VRM chips are the 14 that go across the board?
post #10394 of 21377
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Quick question, the VRM chips are the 14 that go across the board?

Yup.
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Seems like my 780Ti Classified is pretty bad OCing, I put +60Mhz on core clock with 1.21v resulting in 1223Mhz and crashed in Unigine Heaven 4.0 mad.gif
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post #10396 of 21377
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Yup.

Thanks. Figured, but wanted to be certain.
post #10397 of 21377
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Seems like my 780Ti Classified is pretty bad OCing, I put +60Mhz on core clock with 1.21v resulting in 1223Mhz and crashed in Unigine Heaven 4.0 mad.gif

Ouch. I have yet to really put mine under stress except a run through 3dmark. It scored about 300 less than my 780 classi sli setup
post #10398 of 21377
Hey guys, I have a 780 Hydro Classified running 1400/1900 at 1.325v and 200% TDP with the Skyn3t v4 bios. I max out at 40C on the core at 51C on the VRM. Is there anyway to hardcode these settings into the Skyn3t bios? I took a look at the Kepler Bios tool but I can't make heads of it. Thanks!
post #10399 of 21377
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Seems like my 780Ti Classified is pretty bad OCing, I put +60Mhz on core clock with 1.21v resulting in 1223Mhz and crashed in Unigine Heaven 4.0 mad.gif

What bios are you using? What is your power target set to? I'd bump the voltage up to 1.25-1.275 at least. If you're on stock bios are you using k-boost to lock in your boost clock?
post #10400 of 21377
Regarding the stock K|NGP|N backplate with the EK block, I found a slick way to use it with the EK screws! Also found a good solution to use as a heatsink for the VRM power. Will post up some pictures of the finished card a bit later. thumb.gif
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