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http://www.frozencpu.com/products/16882/thr-167/Fujipoly_Extreme_System_Builder_Thermal_Pad_-_60_x_50_x_05_-_Thermal_Conductivity_110_WmK.html?id=yk3B4Nw5&mv_pc=40330

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/16883/thr-168/Fujipoly_Extreme_System_Builder_Thermal_Pad_-_60_x_50_x_10_-_Thermal_Conductivity_110_WmK.html?id=yk3B4Nw5&mv_pc=40331

I wonder if getting some of this and replacing the factory stuff would help since it looks like the Elpida memory is sensitive to heat.
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Just to confirm my card has Elpida memory, pretty sure the stock support plate with the cooler fans can't couple with the heat ouput from the memory that is probably why they overclock so bad. I'll see how it goes with a waterblock.

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The benches you have put up with a single card have been pretty impressive here and on HOF. thumb.gif
Would it be possible for you to compare and share the same benches with the second card? thanks

Sure Provost, here you go ....
http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/739093/fs/742560
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It is very likely that any card purchased anytime recently will have Elpida modules. That is the ONLY other vendor source for GTX 780 memory.

You can also look at the naked PCB pictures of the competitors top overclocking card that just went in stock and see that it also uses Elpida modules.

Samsung may be available again in the future but it is unclear when, there is simply just no supply right now on it.
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It is very likely that any card purchased anytime recently will have Elpida modules. That is the ONLY other vendor source for GTX 780 memory.

You can also look at the naked PCB pictures of the competitors top overclocking card that just went in stock and see that it also uses Elpida modules.

Samsung may be available again in the future but it is unclear when, there is simply just no supply right now on it.

Understandable, but can you confirm that the stock cooling system was tested with Elpida memory, or just Samsung.
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Here is my best stable valley score
core @1346mhz(1.35v) mem @+400 (Elpida memory:mad:) now I just need an evbot:D
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Muggins2 .... use the F12 key to save screenshot of your Valley scores. If you post in the benchmark forum I think they will need it. Screenshot be found in C:\Users\Your Name\Valley\screenshots.thumb.gif
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I replaced the TIM on my Classy. The stock TIM was a little thick. Confirmed Elpida. frown.gif


Did the new TIM helped out ????
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Did the new TIM helped out ????

I got to check a little this morning b4 work and it seemed to help some. My idle temp seemed to be a little lower and I was topping out lower in Valley. I checked temps with +200 core +250 memory in Valley.
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