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Are you talking about tearing or artifacting. If you are seeing screen tearing while gaming it could just mean when you overclock it makes the game run faster than your screen refresh rate. Seeing screen tearing doesn't mean you should stop overclocking. if you are seeing artifacting than you probably are reaching max clocks. I wouldn't use the precision x voltage control. Just use the classified controller. If screen tearing bothers you turn on vsync.

Im probably talking about artifacting, not rly sure what the visual difference is, but I dont think its tearing then since my monitor runs at 144hz and my fps is about 90-100 in games ive tested. Im kinda new to GPU overclocking so forgive me. Does raising ur voltage remove artifacting? It should right? Cause artifacting is a result of having too little power for the current clock? So perhaps the +38mv in precision X isnt enough for my overclocking to reach beyond 1250mhz?
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What would you guys consider as safe FBVDD for benching under water with the EK block? Want to push towards 8Ghz on the memory but i'm a bit worried about the VRMS for the Memory as they are not in any way cooled by the block, i don't have any passive heatsinks ATM.
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I sold my hydrocopper blocks and backplate. It will definitely work, because the screws can only go thru the pcb in one place no matter what block or backplate is used. I had a evga 680 ftw with backplate and used ek blocks with it.

The thing is that the ek block will include screws only long enough to install with card and block. Once you put on the backplate the screws wont be long enough. So all you need tyo do is find longer screws with same thread, so that the screws will go thru the backplate, thru the pcb and then attach to the block. So whatever "m thread" the included screws are you just need to find the same thread but longer screw. I found mine at Lowe's. I want to wait until I can see what the ek backplates look like before I decide to order the evga again. I am saving for the RIVE BE so I would rather have an all black ek backplate. I had the RIVE for a long time and I am so sick of doing a red/black theme.

I'm about to install this combo. Do I still need to use the supplied washers that came with my ek block?
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Anyone missing the 1.187v step? My card goes from 1.175v to 1.2v, both when it does it automatically while throttling and when I manually set the voltage (+13 and +25 both result in 1.175v). Happens with both AB and PX.

Running stock vBios 3A.00.82.

Cheers!
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not one crash here (at list not on my side ) biggrin.gif (playing on NFO servers only )
http://gsngaming.com/topic/2036-gaming-server-list/

At what clockspeeds/voltages..?
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Just a quick heads up, some of the production on 780 Classified just started using Hynix memory as a second source, because Samsung has run into a supply constraint.

This means that you may now see either Samsung or Hynix memory. (No Elipda)

Good news is that the OC ability seems quite similar, some testing:

GTX 780 Classified Max Memory OC:
Samsung = 7114MHz
Hynix = 7128MHz

EDIT: Just realized this is my 1,000 post! Cool thumb.gif
Edited by EVGA-JacobF - 10/31/13 at 10:33am
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No more elpida huh? This puts me in quite a predicament. I guess I'll have to sell my classified and buy 2 new ones since I want to get a 2nd for SLI but not with mismatched memory.
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I sold my hydrocopper blocks and backplate. It will definitely work, because the screws can only go thru the pcb in one place no matter what block or backplate is used. I had a evga 680 ftw with backplate and used ek blocks with it.

The thing is that the ek block will include screws only long enough to install with card and block. Once you put on the backplate the screws wont be long enough. So all you need tyo do is find longer screws with same thread, so that the screws will go thru the backplate, thru the pcb and then attach to the block. So whatever "m thread" the included screws are you just need to find the same thread but longer screw. I found mine at Lowe's. I want to wait until I can see what the ek backplates look like before I decide to order the evga again. I am saving for the RIVE BE so I would rather have an all black ek backplate. I had the RIVE for a long time and I am so sick of doing a red/black theme.

I'm about to install this combo. Do I still need to use the supplied washers that came with my ek block?

I haven't tried with this card yet. If there are any screws that touch the pcb still then you need to use the washers. If they all sit on the backplate then don't use them. The ek screws are m3 so I would go to a hardware store and get a bunch of m3 screws that are a little longer than the ek supplied screws. Get like 2 different sizes. I remember with my ftw 680 that a bunch of us used one size and other people used a longer size. They are so cheap that you can buy a couple different sizes.

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Originally Posted by EVGA-JacobF View Post

Just a quick heads up, some of the production on 780 Classified just started using Hynix memory as a second source, because Samsung has run into a supply constraint.

This means that you may now see either Samsung or Hynix memory. (No Elipda)

Good news is that the OC ability seems quite similar, some testing:

GTX 780 Classified Max Memory OC:
Samsung = 7114MHz
Hynix = 7128MHz

EDIT: Just realized this is my 1,000 post! Cool thumb.gif

Thanks for the heads up. congrats on 1,000, haha.
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I was testing some overclocking with EVGA Precision with everything on stock and the max I could overclock was 91MHz for core. While paying SC2 @ 2560x1600 it would boost to 1,215MHz @ 1.10v core. I tried to go 13MHz more but the drivers would crash. I tried both 100% and 110% power target, but it never went past 1.16v. Max temperature while gaming was 65C.

Is this just the limit of my chip?

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it's so wierd. I have been checking frozencpu all week for the ek backplates and if you try and go to the section they don't show up on the site. I finally tried a google search and they are there. There is only 4 left so if anyone wants them go get them. They have probably been there for awhile but they don't show up when you check the 780 block section where all other backplates are.
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