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I just know fps numbers I don't go by the score. You don't have vsync on right?
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That seems low. I think I get around 75fps at that clock. If you are on the stock bios the different clocks you are seeing are normal. Are cards boost to a different clock. It's not usually what it says on the box.

Hmm. My other 780 at stock started out in the mid-1,400s as well and couldn't hit 1,200Mhz, and as a result wouldn't even touch a 1,600 score in Heaven. Maybe there is something else going on then.
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That's Kepler Boost. With standard (and most other) bios's, you have a base clock, a boost clock, and then each card has a specific random (it's not really random, just seems like it) Kepler boost that it adds to the boost clock when it is not throttling. Also, it is based on an internal chart of 13 to 13.5 MHz increments.

Ah okay, thanks! Just found it odd why the core Mhz : offset modifer wouldn't be the same across 780 classifieds.
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I just know fps numbers I don't go by the score. You don't have vsync on right?

vsync is off, I have no idea then why I'm getting lower fps.
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Here is a validation link to get myself added to the owners list!

GTX 780 Classified.

http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/c5bem/
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Here's my validation too to get me added.

780 Classified - stock cooler

http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/u2fnk/
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trying to finish any bench run atm, my rig keeps shutting down at 1.4v and 1.39v now

well...its been real and its been fun, but it hasnt been real fun. Cya on the red side. Keep an eye out on the for sale threads for an evbot and 780ti classy + waterblock/backplate.
You are not alone man, im returning my ti as soon as the lighting hits the market. Do you know if they're gonna be 2 or 3 slot design ? I wanted to xfire them.
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3 slot, and ETA now may well be March apparently. Not sure I can wait that long tbh. I might grab a second hand Ti classified from one of you guys selling and hold on for the next generation if the KPE is also nerfed.
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3 slot, and ETA now may well be March apparently. Not sure I can wait that long tbh. I might grab a second hand Ti classified from one of you guys selling and hold on for the next generation if the KPE is also nerfed.
:-( i have until feb 1 to return mine so i'll get whatever is on the market then.
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Well then you might as well stick with your card unless there is something wrong with it other than the voltage limits.
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I'm new to this dynamic overclocking, but is there any reason why one 780 at +115 core offset is 1241Mhz in applications and another 780 at +122 is only at 1201Mhz? Also with my first 780, going from +125 to +115 only results in a change from 1254 to 1241. Is this normal, or am I missing something?

Quality of the silicon makes a difference in boost, some cards have a higher boost clock than others.
This is where asic quality seems to make a difference, the higher asic cards boost a bit higher than a lower asic with both at at the same voltage, although it doesn't mean much for figuring out which card would hit a higher max overclock.
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I am a little surprised at some of the comments here. Jacob has been a great help here on this forum and I don't blame him or Evga with the limitations imposed by Nvidia. Stock over voltage is limited 1.2 on the reference Ti, so getting 1.4v with the Classified is essentially what you all paid for. (I mean the price difference is only $40-60.)

Essentially those of us without an EVBOT, which is not even available anymore, are stuck with 1.35v on the standard Classy and I am very thankful for paying the extra I did to get the Classy over a reference 780. Since the KPE Classifieds are being binned to do 1300 @ 1.212, even if they are limited to 1.4v like the Ti Classified, 1500+ seems doable. That is a massive overclock for a GK110.

The evbot is supposed to be like a workaround to nvidia greenlight though, card complies with greenlight out of the box, a user has to take extra steps/purchase tools to raise the limitations.
Nvidia must still be getting too many RMAs they feel are voltage related, they keep trying to crack down harder... I can't really blame Evga either, they are a business & Nvidia exclusive for gpus, they are pretty much stuck with trying to comply with nvidia restrictions unless they can get a way to put responsibility on the user for voltage related damage or just eat the loss for RMAs (bad for business!).
A way for users to sign away warranty in exchange for the tools needed to crank the voltage would be nice, they will still need to find a way to keep it from leaking out though. Or have 2 lines of classified, those that are bought with warranty & voltage limitations, & those that are bought with no warranty & unlocked voltage.
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Ah... okay. Did you do any of the tweaks that are listed in the OP of the Valley thread? That maybe why your score seems low to me.

That would be low for a valley score, but it's heaven bench tongue.gif
    
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Quality of the silicon makes a difference in boost, some cards have a higher boost clock than others.
This is where asic quality seems to make a difference, the higher asic cards boost a bit higher than a lower asic with both at at the same voltage, although it doesn't mean much for figuring out which card would hit a higher max overclock.

Makes perfect sense now. Thanks for the info! thumb.gif
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