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Reference GTX 780/Titan - Rising Temperatures

Poll Results: Has there been any change?

 
  • 66% (4)
    No
  • 33% (2)
    Yes
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post #1 of 4
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To all those with a reference GTX 780 or Titan, do you feel that the cooling performance has degraded at all since you got the card? I'm wondering if any of you might have noticed rising temperatures/noise levels (fan speed) over time. maybe you've noticed a reduced boost ceiling?
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Only two people with reference 780s? rolleyes.gif
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Mine has been consistent since I bought it. That's after having put nearly 1.5v into it. So far there's no change.
post #4 of 4
Came across this thread a little late, but I did notice something strange in my Tri-SLI Titans after upgrading to the newest 327.xx WHQL driver the other day. My three boards used to idle at the same voltage and clocks with previous drivers, but now one of the three boards runs a few mV higher than the other two. I'm wondering if there aren't some voltage/frequency tweaks in the newest drivers, and I suspect in the other Beta drivers that prompted this poll in the first place.

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