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wasnt that test on the titan block?

The one I posted, yes.. the one right before it, that was on a 780 Classy.
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Hi, Ive bought a tube with Gelid extreme for my GPU and CPU. and a EK backplate, Can i use the EK backplate on the regular Classy? with stock cooler? smile.gif I hope so thumb.gif

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I got a guy on OcUK to check his VRM temps. They were around 60C on the 780 classified hydrocopper cards with a quite sufficient cooling area so there you go - active cooling but not as good as EK.
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I got a guy on OcUK to check his VRM temps. They were around 60C on the 780 classified hydrocopper cards with a quite sufficient cooling area so there you go - active cooling but not as good as EK.

Is 60c anything to worry about and was this with stock clocks?
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It is ok, but limits overcloking. They were at high volts and overclocks though.
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It is ok, but limits overcloking. They were at high volts and overclocks though.

I dont plan on going over 1.35v and that will be only for bench`s so i think i will be fine.... 1.212v daily voltage...
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Hi,,I just got a evga 780 classified card recently and been playing with oc using evga precision. i start to get artifact at +100 and 439mem. I also increased the volt to +38. and that didn't help. I was running Heaven 1.0 and found artifact. I downloaded the ClassyVoltageTuner2.0 and about to increase the voltage..so i am wondering does increasing the volt help? also in heaven 1.0 on the upper right corner it say Graphics: 1433mhz. does that mean the boost clock accurate report? i got a feeling i got a bad oc card!mad.gif
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Try to lower memory smile.gif
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Hi,,I just got a evga 780 classified card recently and been playing with oc using evga precision. i start to get artifact at +100 and 439mem. I also increased the volt to +38. and that didn't help. I was running Heaven 1.0 and found artifact. I downloaded the ClassyVoltageTuner2.0 and about to increase the voltage..so i am wondering does increasing the volt help? also in heaven 1.0 on the upper right corner it say Graphics: 1433mhz. does that mean the boost clock accurate report? i got a feeling i got a bad oc card!mad.gif

Do not use PX and the Classy Tool both to overvolt. Just use PX to set clocks/target and use the Tool to overvolt. You will need a custom bios to get the max out of your card. Increasing PX voltage to max is 1.212. That isn't enough for most Classified cards to see their real potential.

Heaven does not report accurate GPU speeds. Use PX to monitor your speeds. There is no software that will accurately monitor your voltages, including GPU-Z.
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Do not use PX and the Classy Tool both to overvolt. Just use PX to set clocks/target and use the Tool to overvolt. You will need a custom bios to get the max out of your card. Increasing PX voltage to max is 1.212. That isn't enough for most Classified cards to see their real potential.

Heaven does not report accurate GPU speeds. Use PX to monitor your speeds. There is no software that will accurately monitor your voltages, including GPU-Z.

thanks for the response from everyone. what is the custom bios? link please? Where bios should i use to flash the custom bios? LN2 switch? thanks
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