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post #10711 of 21377
Well my second Hydro Copper is significantly better of the two. Did a quick run and managed to pass 3Dmark Firestrike with 1.35v and 1441Mhz on the core. 1.3v seemed to get me to 1400Mhz already. I don't know if it makes much difference,but this one has asic quality of 83.2%, the first one had about 64%.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti video card benchmark result - Intel Core i7-4770K,ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. MAXIMUS VI GENE

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Bit of a work in progress with my rig at the moment haha smile.gif Waiting for a new case to arrive...



I'd like to be added to the club. I have 2 780Ti Classified Hydro Coppers.
Edited by kirk007 - 3/22/14 at 4:36am
post #10712 of 21377
Nice card kirk wink.gif now push for 1500mhz thumb.gif
post #10713 of 21377
GTX 780, GTX 780 Ti, and a Kingpin Edition with 6GB memory will be available ... tongue.gif
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The New EVGA GeForce GTX 780 6GB Step-Up

Double your memory with the EVGA GeForce GTX 780 6GB Graphics Card with the EVGA Step-Up Program! That’s right! EVGA’s GeForce GTX 780 6GB is coming soon. This graphics card will be available for EVGA’s legendary Step-Up program! You can trade up your current EVGA Graphics Card (if purchased within the last 90 days from the day we start the Step-Up) and get a brand New EVGA GeForce GTX 780 6GB graphics card. EVGA Step-Up Terms and Conditions apply (see details here). Make sure you are logged into your EVGA account and sign up below to be notified when the Step-Up starts to secure your place in queue

EVGA Rep also confirmed that there are no GTX 780 (Ti) with original blower type coolers planned. The standard GTX 780 is probably going to cost around $549.99 (roughly $50 more than 3GB models).

EVGA is also planning GTX 780 Ti Kingpin Edition with 6GB memory, but of course it is going to cost a lot.

GeForce GTX 780 with 6GB memory will be available in ‘few weeks’, while GTX 780 Tis are scheduled for May/June.

http://videocardz.com/50008/evga-preparing-geforce-gtx-780-gtx-780-ti-6gb-memory
Edited by pharma57 - 3/22/14 at 9:37am
post #10714 of 21377
Much like VETDRMS posted/did a while back, I decided to heatsink the VRM power circuitry section that the EK Classy water block doesn't extend over on my 780Ti Classy cards. Probably overkill, but I did notice that when benching/gaming that this area/section of the card does tend to heat up quite a bit. (Really wish that the EK Classy block covered the entire length of the card to include this extra VRM section.)

Anyway, bought an Enzotech MST-81 forged copper heatsink from Frozen CPU and went to town on it with my dremel. (Cut off the push pin mounting tabs on the ends and then cut the heatsink in half in order to form the two pieces that I needed.) Used 3M 8810 thermal tape to mount them. Should help keep things a bit cooler!




Edited by Supercharged_Z06 - 3/22/14 at 11:33am
post #10715 of 21377
kinda upset about the 6GB versions coming since everybody at EVGA kept on telling us it's never going to happen.

well its nvidia more that is allowing them but it sucks
post #10716 of 21377
Pass lol. Not giving in. Maybe with Maxwell.

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post #10717 of 21377
Could someone with DMM do me a favour unless you already know the answer provided somewhere..

I think putting 1.25v via Classy tool gives a "real" voltage of ~1.29v. But how about when I just use the PWM frequency? Does that alone raise the volts and by how much? Say the next step which is 312.

add: reason I'm asking is because I've done my benches, I don't need to do crazy things anymore. I also noticed PWM alone helps gaming clocks a fair bit, even that small jump.
Edited by error-id10t - 3/22/14 at 5:26pm
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The GTX 780 Ti Dual Classified is back in stock on EVGA EU shop if anyone was waiting for it!
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post #10719 of 21377
evga gtx 780 classy run really hot doesn't it? i installed my corsair h80i kit just above the card and this card heat very bad and it causing system stability for me..i oc my 2770k to 4.8 and i have to lower it to 4.6ghz frown.gif
post #10720 of 21377
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Originally Posted by nickolp View Post

Nice card kirk wink.gif now push for 1500mhz thumb.gif

Thanks, we'll see about that 1500mhz... I'll need a bigger PSU, at least if I keep the CPU OC as well. With the first card my AX860 started to shut down at about 1.45v on both the card and the CPU. I had a AX1200 around and tried to push a little past 1.5v to the classy, PSU shut down and something broke. Lights on the motherboard are on, but it shuts down within a second of pressing start and will not even do another one second power on without first flipping the back switch off and back on... Switched back to the AX860 and everything works, so it's definitely something in the 1200.
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