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http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/n378f/

Do I need to submit anything else? Also, is there any benefit of the stock ln2 bios over the regular bios?
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http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/n378f/

Do I need to submit anything else? Also, is there any benefit of the stock ln2 bios over the regular bios?

The stock ln2 bios will not boost at all. You can get a better idea of a true max clock with your card on the ln2 bios since your card should stay locked at the overclock that you set rather than boost potentially altering it. Hope you have a good clocker.
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Hello guys, I with my lightning I keep it in the games in 1360/1700 with 1.218v., What you say is quite an achievement?
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Hello guys, I with my lightning I keep it in the games in 1360/1700 with 1.218v., What you say is quite an achievement?

That is a great overclock if that is stable. thumb.gif Is that stable in games like Crysis 3?
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post #3395 of 5050
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Originally Posted by Ghost12 View Post

Trying to avoid swapping my board but think will be impossible, simply too small to sli 2 of these monsters lol, just checked the bottom pci lane and even if waterblocked the top card into my loop to make that lane available the lower lightning would not be able to sit in the bottom pci without conflicting with all the front panel wiring. Is just pretty difficult to get a board suitable to sli this gpu on air due to lane spacing.

In general motherboards suck at this. No matter what you put in the bottom pci, it'll conflict with the frontpanel stuff, usb etc.. A 3 sli always a 2 sli in reality 4 is 3 and so on.. unless you count out the front panel stuff.

If you have the founds I would suggest you watercool both of them. I have, and my temps never go above 40 Celsius and that is @full loads 1.5 v core
Edited by GOLDDUBBY - 4/16/14 at 11:57am
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Does anyone know if we benefit from lowering or raising the aux volt ?? I have been thinking allot about this.

The aux volt is drawn from the pci, correct ? Why does it even need to be doing that?
post #3397 of 5050
For those of you who water cool these, are you using EK blocks? I really want to start water cooling and I understand there will be significant costs associated with this but I can't find the water block for the 780 lightning for less than about $175. Is that what you guys are paying for the water blocks?
post #3398 of 5050
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That is a great overclock if that is stable. thumb.gif Is that stable in games like Crysis 3?


Crysis 3 and BF4'm using them these days and they are very stable with no problem smile.gif
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In general motherboards suck at this. No matter what you put in the bottom pci, it'll conflict with the frontpanel stuff, usb etc.. A 3 sli always a 2 sli in reality 4 is 3 and so on.. unless you count out the front panel stuff.

If you have the founds I would suggest you watercool both of them. I have, and my temps never go above 40 Celsius and that is @full loads 1.5 v core

Well decided to go maximus extreme board which will solve the spacing for now, then maybe water cooling next year or something, not overclocked my card so no real point in wc as yet but never say never.
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Originally Posted by w35t View Post

For those of you who water cool these, are you using EK blocks? I really want to start water cooling and I understand there will be significant costs associated with this but I can't find the water block for the 780 lightning for less than about $175. Is that what you guys are paying for the water blocks?

I'm using EK´s. Agree they are a bit pricey but the build quality is excellent! If you are looking for a different solution that wont burn your wallet as much, there is the ARCTIC Accelero Hybrid, or the NEXT kraken G10

But if you are setting up a loop anyways, then in comparison the EK blocks won't cost much more in the end.
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