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Originally Posted by kalleklovn12 View Post

Iv'e seen som people writing about GTX 780ti 1.3v mod. Is it possible? And how? My sli gtx780ti are stable at 1330/1880, so i'm very pleased. BUT i always want more. And yes i know, i should have gotten the Classy cards.thumb.gif


I know about the following link, but I do not know if it is Ti specific.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1425102/updated-ab-b18-team-skyn3ts-unlocked-ncp4206-voltage-llc-mod-tool
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Originally Posted by schoolofmonkey View Post

Yeah I get you.
I feel really silly you know..

Why did you think it only just started after the ASUS GTX780ti OC, this HD7750 never buzzed in this machine, actually no card did till then?


Hey school!

The 780 Ti needs more power compared to the 7750 and the Extreme4 has components (caps, mosfets,etc.) that are probably struggling to keep up with the requirements. The board uses D-Pak Mosfets which are rated poorly I'm afraid.

http://sinhardware.com/images/vrmlist.png

Don't get me wrong, I have an extreme6 which I love to death because it gets the job done and OCs decently, but there's much room for improvement in the Z77 Extreme 4 and 6 (wrong voltage reading among other things).
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Originally Posted by Muskiehunter View Post

The first TI I had ( Smoked it on a G10) would push 1320mhz on 1.212v, now that I have a full cover and custom loop I may look into 1.3v mod

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Originally Posted by kalleklovn12 View Post

Iv'e seen som people writing about GTX 780ti 1.3v mod. Is it possible? And how? My sli gtx780ti are stable at 1330/1880, so i'm very pleased. BUT i always want more. And yes i know, i should have gotten the Classy cards.thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by Muskiehunter View Post

I know about the following link, but I do not know if it is Ti specific.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1425102/updated-ab-b18-team-skyn3ts-unlocked-ncp4206-voltage-llc-mod-tool

No, no, no! its not for the 780Ti! Only for titan/780!
780Ti has to be hard-modded!
Look here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1478066/nvidia-gtx-780ti-hard-volt-mod/0_100
Currently we are looking to implement a dip-switch parallel resistor (but time is so scarce... redface.gif)


Cheers

Ed

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Hey school!

The 780 Ti needs more power compared to the 7750 and the Extreme4 has components (caps, mosfets,etc.) that are probably struggling to keep up with the requirements. The board uses D-Pak Mosfets which are rated poorly I'm afraid.

But the 7750 and now a GT520 are buzzing now too..

Before the GTX780ti I was running GTX670's in SLi.
Guess the board couldn't cope with the ASUS GTX780ti and I'm stuck with the buzz till the upgrade..

Update:
I can pickup a second hand (still under limited warranty) EVGA Z77 FTW, you think this might help the stupid buzzing.
Seems the card I RMA'd is dead silent (got and email from the tech, he's been running it since Thursday. Loves the card BTW).
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But the 7750 and now a GT520 are buzzing now too..

Before the GTX780ti I was running GTX670's in SLi.
Guess the board couldn't cope with the ASUS GTX780ti and I'm stuck with the buzz till the upgrade..

Update:
I can pickup a second hand (still under limited warranty) EVGA Z77 FTW, you think this might help the stupid buzzing.
Seems the card I RMA'd is dead silent (got and email from the tech, he's been running it since Thursday. Loves the card BTW).

Big fan of EVGA but not their mobos! i think any mobo at this point with any decent components would get rid of that buzzing! If you can test it first before buying, why not (or have it tested by the technician before purchasing)?

Sorry to derail the thread OP!

Hey school PM me and let's take this offline!
Edited by mark_thaddeus - 4/19/14 at 2:16am
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Sorry to derail the thread OP!

Hey school PM me and let's take this offline!

Done.

Sorry OP for the derail, though I hope it helps others in the future that could have similar problems thumb.gif
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After playing some more with my new 780 Ti, I think I am really in love with this thing.
Definately going to sell my two 780s.

Then I´ll be ordering a waterblock next weekend and see how far I can push that thing.


And damn! Had I only known how well it performs before I purchased my second 780 two months ago. frown.gif
Oh well, that´s what ebay is there for wink.gif
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After playing some more with my new 780 Ti, I think I am really in love with this thing.
Definately going to sell my two 780s.

Then I´ll be ordering a waterblock next weekend and see how far I can push that thing.


And damn! Had I only known how well it performs before I purchased my second 780 two months ago. frown.gif
Oh well, that´s what ebay is there for wink.gif

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Originally Posted by Someone09 View Post

After playing some more with my new 780 Ti, I think I am really in love with this thing.
Definately going to sell my two 780s.

Then I´ll be ordering a waterblock next weekend and see how far I can push that thing.


And damn! Had I only known how well it performs before I purchased my second 780 two months ago. frown.gif
Oh well, that´s what ebay is there for wink.gif

Pm me maybe we can make a deal, I don't know. Just wondering if you'd want to trade your 780's for a single 780ti plus cash. Not sure where we'd meet in the middle though.

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i posted validation link how to get in to the 780 ti quad club
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i posted validation link how to get in to the 780 ti quad club

Fill out the form on Post #2 of this thread and follow the instructions!!!
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