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one more thing.....i had two gtx 680 classified and cards was beasts!!!!if i will apply 1.3v EVEN on gpu z was reading 1.3v and on gpu z voltages during loud was been always 1.3v.i know that 780 use different voltage controller chip and my opinion there is a big mistake from evga. i am sorry for next words but i am truly disappointing whit this card and i will sell him as soon as i can. i cant work whit this card and i was thinking to buy 780 ti classified but whit voltage controller chip i will not buy.....
f....k this vdroop or whatever else i am full of this card....just this night i crashed over 30 times trying to overclock......never again classified before cheeking how the card is performing........truly disappointing....
p.s. as you can see i am truly pist of....
I do not see what you are upset about, to be honest. You have quite a nice card that has simply met its best with the cooling that it has. The ACX is good to a point, but as soon as you start upping the voltage past 1.25v on air, the cooler simply cannot keep up with the GK110 chip.
No matter what other card you get, such as the DC2 or Windforce, the story will simply be the same. If you are disappointed, then you need to get it watercooled.
Under water, it is a completely different story.
    
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I tested some of my overclocks in Skyrim with ultra mods like ENB Real Vision and tons of 2k/4k textures. At 1440p default Classy Ti settings, I get 44fps average. When I OC to 1250MHz (boost) I get 48fps average. And when I boost up to 1293mhz 51fps average. It seems like only certain games really love OCs and a lot of them barely get affected by OCs.

Either way, I love this card!

Oh, almost forgot to ask my question.. does Shadow Play take a bigger hit on FPS than FRAPS?
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one more thing.....i had two gtx 680 classified and cards was beasts!!!!if i will apply 1.3v EVEN on gpu z was reading 1.3v and on gpu z voltages during loud was been always 1.3v.i know that 780 use different voltage controller chip and my opinion there is a big mistake from evga. i am sorry for next words but i am truly disappointing whit this card and i will sell him as soon as i can. i cant work whit this card and i was thinking to buy 780 ti classified but whit voltage controller chip i will not buy.....
f....k this vdroop or whatever else i am full of this card....just this night i crashed over 30 times trying to overclock......never again classified before cheeking how the card is performing........truly disappointing....
p.s. as you can see i am truly pist of....

Well then go buy a locked 780 Ti and see how far you get. You will be dealing with real droop, not the imaginary one you refuse to accept doesn't exist on your card. I have explained it to you twice in the past month, as have others. I've even posted a link with pictures from someone affiliated with EVGA telling and showing you there is no droop on the very model of card you own. It also covers why GPU-Z is wrong.

You will also have no way to remove the very real droop that happens on other 780 Ti's because the LLC hack doesn't work on the Ti boards. So you will be limited to 1.212 volts with droop under load. Is that what you want to throw your money away on? A locked card with droop and no PWM adjustments for stability.

No other 780 Ti other than the classified can go over 1.212. No other 780 Ti comes without vdroop that I am aware of other than the Classified and KINGPIN. If you stay with the 780, you get the Lightning as your only other option. Good luck overclocking your ram, as you will have Elpida which is trash if you want to overclock.

Right now you have a solid card that more than likely can go higher if you can keep it cooler. Feeding it voltage like it is a goose your trying to fatten up and eat it's liver isn't going to get you anywhere. That's not the way it works. You have a good overclock for air and room temperatures. Be happy with it. Another 50 Mhz will do squat for you in games anyhow.

A lot of maximum overclocks posted aren't on air and aren't taken at normal room temperatures. They are taken in winter weather and often under water. Your not going to curb stomp everyone's cards in this thread that are voltage unlocked and underwater at winter temps when you are using air at normal indoor temps. Sorry to break it to you, it just isn't going to happen. Physics has rules, and they can't be broken buddy.

Either realize this and be happy or quit spamming the thread with your vdroop fantasy. You don't hear me talking about the Easter Bunny. Personally I'd much rather you realize this and be happy, but that is on you.
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I tested some of my overclocks in Skyrim with ultra mods like ENB Real Vision and tons of 2k/4k textures. At 1440p default Classy Ti settings, I get 44fps average. When I OC to 1250MHz (boost) I get 48fps average. And when I boost up to 1293mhz 51fps average. It seems like only certain games really love OCs and a lot of them barely get affected by OCs.

Either way, I love this card!

Oh, almost forgot to ask my question.. does Shadow Play take a bigger hit on FPS than FRAPS?

Glad someone is happy with their card tonight. Anyhow, Shadow Play gives you less of an FPS hit. So you want to use Shadow Play.
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Well then go buy a locked 780 Ti and see how far you get. You will be dealing with real droop, not the imaginary one you refuse to accept doesn't exist on your card. I have explained it to you twice in the past month, as have others. I've even posted a link with pictures from someone affiliated with EVGA telling and showing you there is no droop on the very model of card you own. It also covers why GPU-Z is wrong.

You will also have no way to remove the very real droop that happens on other 780 Ti's because the LLC hack doesn't work on the Ti boards. So you will be limited to 1.212 volts with droop under load. Is that what you want to throw your money away on? A locked card with droop and no PWM adjustments for stability.

No other 780 Ti other than the classified can go over 1.212. No other 780 Ti comes without vdroop that I am aware of other than the Classified and KINGPIN. If you stay with the 780, you get the Lightning as your only other option. Good luck overclocking your ram, as you will have Elpida which is trash if you want to overclock.

Right now you have a solid card that more than likely can go higher if you can keep it cooler. Feeding it voltage like it is a goose your trying to fatten up and eat it's liver isn't going to get you anywhere. That's not the way it works. You have a good overclock for air and room temperatures. Be happy with it. Another 50 Mhz will do squat for you in games anyhow.

A lot of maximum overclocks posted aren't on air and aren't taken at normal room temperatures. They are taken in winter weather and often under water. Your not going to curb stomp everyone's cards in this thread that are voltage unlocked and underwater at winter temps when you are using air at normal indoor temps. Sorry to break it to you, it just isn't going to happen. Physics has rules, and they can't be broken buddy.

Either realize this and be happy or quit spamming the thread with your vdroop fantasy. You don't hear me talking about the Easter Bunny. Personally I'd much rather you realize this and be happy, but that is on you.
Glad someone is happy with their card tonight. Anyhow, Shadow Play gives you less of an FPS hit. So you want to use Shadow Play.
thanks Deaf Jam you are truly gentleman.......i will keep this card and stop writing here about it and about my specific problem.....soon i will put a card on water,i think next month and then i will see wats happens.......thanks again for all of your help Deaf Jam.....
p.s. you are saying that the problem is whit temperatures but my man TEMP DON'T REACH EVEN 80C NEVER DURING THAT OVERCLOCKING!!!!!THEN HOW I REACH TEP' LEVEL SINCE I DON'T PASS 80C?that i cant get it to my skull....
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80°c on core? that's already to much, imagine the VRM temp...redface.gif
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Whether it is the temp of some other component, whether it is just the limit of your card, none of us ever knows for certain if there wasn't SOME WAY to get that little bit more.......

If you've got the overclocking bug, water is the next move up for meaningful gains. If you've got it bad you could then resort to phase, cascade, dice and finally end up on LN2, to get even faster. smile.gif
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Whether it is the temp of some other component, whether it is just the limit of your card, none of us ever knows for certain if there wasn't SOME WAY to get that little bit more.......

If you've got the overclocking bug, water is the next move up for meaningful gains. If you've got it bad you could then resort to phase, cascade, dice and finally end up on LN2, to get even faster. smile.gif

helium? no thanks, not cold enough. BRB renting a spaceship to europa to overclock the kingpin.
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I am just going to post my question here for the sake of it being relevant.

Just a general question to those that might know about the GK110 chip.
Just fiddling with the voltage of my card at stock (1.175v) and trying to figure its limit. On BF4, for example, I can play at 1300mhz until it reaches ~57 degrees celsius. Then it artifacts, but no driver crash. Obviously, it is unstable but it does not seem to have met its "limit" at that voltage. I plan to see if this continues with Heaven, Valley, etc.
My question is: What seems to be the sweet spot for the GK110 chip? When I was doing other benchmarks for the Ti Classy, the card would start to artifact around 65 degrees Celsius. But the KPE is quite different. With some more cold, the card would do much better, obviously, but for the sake of curiosity I am wondering.
    
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80°c on core? that's already to much, imagine the VRM temp...redface.gif
vrm during that overclock tempt never pass 65c....
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thanks Deaf Jam you are truly gentleman.......i will keep this card and stop writing here about it and about my specific problem.....soon i will put a card on water,i think next month and then i will see wats happens.......thanks again for all of your help Deaf Jam.....
p.s. you are saying that the problem is whit temperatures but my man TEMP DON'T REACH EVEN 80C NEVER DURING THAT OVERCLOCKING!!!!!THEN HOW I REACH TEP' LEVEL SINCE I DON'T PASS 80C?that i cant get it to my skull....

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I am just going to post my question here for the sake of it being relevant.

Just a general question to those that might know about the GK110 chip.
Just fiddling with the voltage of my card at stock (1.175v) and trying to figure its limit. On BF4, for example, I can play at 1300mhz until it reaches ~57 degrees celsius. Then it artifacts, but no driver crash. Obviously, it is unstable but it does not seem to have met its "limit" at that voltage. I plan to see if this continues with Heaven, Valley, etc.
My question is: What seems to be the sweet spot for the GK110 chip? When I was doing other benchmarks for the Ti Classy, the card would start to artifact around 65 degrees Celsius. But the KPE is quite different. With some more cold, the card would do much better, obviously, but for the sake of curiosity I am wondering.

It seems that as core frequency and volts increase, artifacts happen at lower temperatures than when running stock. I remember a few posts in here where people were artifacting with some pretty decent overclocks but their cards never broke 70C. I don't know why, but I've observed it reading through the thread quite a few times. There are more variables than just temperature, and probably other variables that we don't know about.
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