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I'm only weekend warrior when it comes to GPU benching rolleyes.gif ..unlike some I know wink.gif ,thanks for your response Mr ,can't believe this cards can suck up so much V,I have X1250 Sonic but that's my benching PSU,hopefully 1000 will be sufficient for running both of them maxed out on stock bios if not 1250 will get busy...please don't tell me 1250 won't be enough to push them redface.gif

EDIT; just found this review little more helpful then guru3D
http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/hardware-canucks-reviews/63051-evga-gtx-780-classified-review-7.html

I'm actually picking up the x1250 from a friend. I'm glad it'll be enough for my two cards as I have to keep them stock now with my HX850. Here comes bigger PSU, more monitors, and water cooling! wink.gif
post #2292 of 21376
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Originally Posted by BGKris View Post

1331 actually, sorry about your clocks mate.

My Classy was apparently the runt of the litter. biggrin.gif

But Valley is reading what you've set Precision for an OC. 1331 MHz is not possible. You're either 1320 MHz or 1333 mhz.

If you watch your real time monitor graphs in Precision, you'll see 1320 mhz.

The 780 boosts in 13 MHz increments but every now and again it rounds up.

1306-1320-1333-1346-1359 etc.
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I'm only weekend warrior when it comes to GPU benching rolleyes.gif ..unlike some I know wink.gif ,thanks for your response Mr ,can't believe this cards can suck up so much V,I have X1250 Sonic but that's my benching PSU,hopefully 1000 will be sufficient for running both of them maxed out on stock bios if not 1250 will get busy...please don't tell me 1250 won't be enough to push them redface.gif

I can't see a gold 1000w not being enough. For 2 normal 780s no issues. If you're going to run extra volts, it may be close.
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I can't see a gold 1000w not being enough. For 2 normal 780s no issues. If you're going to run extra volts, it may be close.

Don't know it i got this correct but skyn3t posted this a while ago:
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more juice for our fellas

Default power target 100% 450W by slide 130% 587w

@ around 1.3v i'm seeing 100% PT = 450W

Try running 2 cards @ stock and see the PT on each card and post back the results.
post #2295 of 21376
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Man I am so upset right now. I returned my asus impact to go with a matx board instead. I sent it to Newegg in absolute perfect condition and they just sent it back with the cpu socket completely mangled, all the screws missing for the add on boards and the add on sound card was bent and all the metal on the back bent. They completely destroyed the board and are saying I sent it like that. It worked perfectly when I sent it to them. I have never once bent a pin. I am so mad. I can understand rejecting it because I installed a cpu but they mangled it so badly. I even think pins are missing.

I didn't take a pic before I returned it. I guess I am screwed right? I already called them and they said since there was a smudge of thermal paste on the outer metal bracket they know that tried to install a cpu and bent the pins. I did install one but I have never bent a pin. These are mangled. I have to get some pics.

I would fight it Remember the Customer is always right... Fight it and i promise its possible to win Do you know if there is any serial number are you certain that it's your board back?
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I would fight it Remember the Customer is always right... Fight it and i promise its possible to win Do you know if there is any serial number are you certain that it's your board back?


I agree. Just piss them off as much as you can. I've won a lot of arguments over the phone. Threaten to take your business elsewhere and escalate it to a manager if possible. Managers always seem to "care" more about the consumer than run of the mill support.
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I'm actually picking up the x1250 from a friend. I'm glad it'll be enough for my two cards as I have to keep them stock now with my HX850. Here comes bigger PSU, more monitors, and water cooling! wink.gif

You have to keep them stock with an 850w PSU?? Does it shut down if you OC? That graph is total system power not just the gfx card... I'd say your PSU is messed up if your having problems. A SLI 780 setup with 6 core Intel only pulls like 650w at full load at stock from the actual psu. I've ran 2 over clocked titans with 2400mhz ram and an overclocked ivy bridge with zero problems on a 750w gold. My current 750w platinum handles 2 OC 780s and my haswell perfectly. What y'all are talking about using is overkill unless you have a crazy water, fan, HDD setup.
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You have to keep them stock with an 850w PSU?? Does it shut down if you OC? That graph is total system power not just the gfx card... I'd say your PSU is messed up if your having problems. A SLI 780 setup with 6 core Intel only pulls like 650w at full load at stock from the actual psu. I've ran 2 over clocked titans with 2400mhz ram and an overclocked ivy bridge with zero problems on a 750w gold. My current 750w platinum handles 2 OC 780s and my haswell perfectly. What y'all are talking about using is overkill unless you have a crazy water, fan, HDD setup.

I should have specified. I do not have to keep them at stock, but I have chosen to not to stress the PSU until I upgrade. Oh, and I will have a crazy water and fan set up. wink.gif Not to mention I'll be OCing my processor some more when I have the water cooling set up. I'll be having 120.5-6 rad space with as many push pull fans I can run in my case. Well, not exactly crazy, but still a decent amount. I also plan to push these cards as far as I can, (around 1.3-5 volts depending on temps and actual benefit I can get) so I'd like to have the ability to overhead with the x1250 and even use it in future builds or if I ever decide to tri-sli them.
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Originally Posted by batman900 View Post

You have to keep them stock with an 850w PSU?? Does it shut down if you OC? That graph is total system power not just the gfx card... I'd say your PSU is messed up if your having problems. A SLI 780 setup with 6 core Intel only pulls like 650w at full load at stock from the actual psu. I've ran 2 over clocked titans with 2400mhz ram and an overclocked ivy bridge with zero problems on a 750w gold. My current 750w platinum handles 2 OC 780s and my haswell perfectly. What y'all are talking about using is overkill unless you have a crazy water, fan, HDD setup.

How far overclocked? GK110 becomes a power eating beast with voltage 1.3+ and heavy overclocks.
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Originally Posted by mcg75 View Post

My Classy was apparently the runt of the litter. biggrin.gif

But Valley is reading what you've set Precision for an OC. 1331 MHz is not possible. You're either 1320 MHz or 1333 mhz.

If you watch your real time monitor graphs in Precision, you'll see 1320 mhz.

The 780 boosts in 13 MHz increments but every now and again it rounds up.

1306-1320-1333-1346-1359 etc.

Ahh! I was wondering why GPU-z was showing one thing and Precision the other. biggrin.gif
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