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Here is my validation, I wanna join the club

http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/7rbgx/
     
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Here is my validation of my OC'd EVGA GTX780 Classified:
http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/me2c9/
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Here is a Validation of one of my 780 Classified's overclocked. I'm still trying to get more...biggrin.gif
http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/ufqpu/
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/2833082

I ran out of power in 3-way SLI. I need Corsair to hurry up with the AX1500i!
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So how much would you think only having a PCIe 2.0 over 3.0 effect performance such as idk maybe texture swapping I assume at least a bit. I ask because I just realized my 2500k (which I'm having to replace if anyone wants to give some input see my sig) only did PCIe 2.0 and not 3.0, despite my motherboard being up to standards.


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So how much would you think only having a PCIe 2.0 over 3.0 effect performance such as idk maybe texture swapping I assume at least a bit. I ask because I just realized my 2500k (which I'm having to replace if anyone wants to give some input see my sig) only did PCIe 2.0 and not 3.0.
1 maybe 2 FPS. It's negligible at the moment, we weren't even saturating the 2.0 bandwidth when they brought out the 3.0 spec
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16 lanes of PCIE 2.0 is plenty you will be fine, it will perform just as good as pci-e 3.0

Now I have 2 EVGA 770 classifieds in SLI on a 4.8ghz 2600k on a PCI-2 2.0 p67-ud4-b3 gigabyte motherboard so each card is only using 8x pcie 2.0 and it has a very minimal effect on my performance.

On a heavy duty game like crysis 3 pcie-3.0 would perform the same..within 1-4% advantage over pcie-2.0. But running non demanding games,or games at low resolution where the CPU could limit the performance of the cards it could make a bigger difference but not much at all.

Anyone running a OCed 2500k or 26/2700k sandy bridge platform still really has no reason to upgrade. 8 lanes of pci-e 2.0 it still give you a sufficient amount of bandwidth. Now if you want to run TRI SLI a IVYbridge or Haswell 4770k with a good motherboard would work pretty good since PCI-e3.0 @ 4x speed is the same as PCI-e 2.0 @ 8x speed. Ivy bridge-E is the best for more then 2 video cards at the moment.
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I don't have that kind of budget, I upgraded to the GTX 780 Classified in January but I need to get a new CPU and motherboard and hopefully a better cooling solution. But I was noticing issues in games with heavy textures loads like Skyrim (modded to the max). To be completely honest the 2500k was fine with me (I could put up with some of the performance lackings in certain programs) but mom needs a new computer so...

 

You are the first person to mention the 2011 socket, but maybe that's because of the budget limitations (most likely). I'm still gathering data, not having much luck or getting many answers.

 

So the bandwidth limitation wasn't the cause, must have been something else then.

     
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May I suggest just use the classy over voltage tool instead? I just use precision or AB to set the clocks and set the voltage in the classy tool when you reboot your voltage remains, till you shut down your
PC you will need to set it again

This has sparked a question for me Because I have the Skyn3t rev 4 bios with 200% power target and the 1.212 voltage unlock. With the bios there is no more default setting on the voltage regulator in Precision X. Using the Classy voltage tool, will it conflict with the skyn3t bios, or should I just keep this bios, lower the voltage to the .912 mV in Precision, and just use the Classy voltage tool? smile.gif
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This has sparked a question for me Because I have the Skyn3t rev 4 bios with 200% power target and the 1.212 voltage unlock. With the bios there is no more default setting on the voltage regulator in Precision X. Using the Classy voltage tool, will it conflict with the skyn3t bios, or should I just keep this bios, lower the voltage to the .912 mV in Precision, and just use the Classy voltage tool? smile.gif

Just use the Classy tool to control your voltages. It will not conflict, it just overrides Precision X. I only use Precision X for core clock & memory offsets.
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That would explain why my classy gets tearing at 1241 core but still has a 60 temp load, it's not ovErheating, just need more volts than the topped out 1.212
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