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Dumb question but does artifacting essentially mean damage to the GPU?

It passes 3dmark11 @1210Mhz@1.121V but I get artifacts.

Is any artifacting mean I should run it lower?

Artifacting does NOT mean your GPU is being damaged. However if your GPU was damaged by heat, you'll probably see artifacts at any clocks. If you're only seeing artifacts at high overclocks, your chip is unstable at that frequency/voltage combination. Lowering the clock speed will make the artifacts stop, but increasing voltage might also make the artifacts stop. Esentially, artifacts are a result of instructions for certain polygons not being completed before the clock cycle ends due to lack of voltage or high heat.

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Originally Posted by Oubadah View Post

Do vendors actually make their own reference cards. I thought they were all made by the same OEM.

I'm almost positive reference cards are made by Nvidia themselves and then sent as a whole unit to the AIBs... but even if the AIBs make the reference cards themselves, they will still all be identical because they must meet Nvidia's EXACT specifications and cannot make even the smallest change. But I think the Galaxy card in question was a custom PCB (correct me if I'm wrong, I haven't read much about the rumor)

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Normally it wouldn't be believable, but Nvidia is using a new power balancing method that can change current draw individually between the 2 power plugs and pciE bus. (put on your foil hat) This method is rumored to be developed for Maxwell, and they are using the 780ti as a pilot. Chances are, this new power balancing can draw more current than expected through the pcie bus and Galaxy or whoever manufactured these goofed and didn't get their PCB to spec to handle the power.

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Also, the pins that got toasted are the 12V+ and ground contacts. If data pins were the source, this would be easier to discredit

Ahh, so the power balancing tech is actually on the chip die and not the PCB??
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Originally Posted by Fniz92 View Post

The owners list says it all, EVGA 780 Ti owners list! biggrin.gif
ASUS is also great. Good service and suport. But still some behind EVGA in terms of flexibility.
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Originally Posted by Testier View Post

Pretty much. I returned their 780 HOF. EVGA is simply the best for nvidia.

Yup. Best warranty, best customer support, step-up program, custom models with good reputation (classy...) and such. The only other brand I'd consider is MSI, but I'm 90% sure I'll go with EVGA if I get a 780 Ti.
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It's interesting to note that 3dmark11 Extreme shows LESS artifacts than 3dmark11 Performance despite the same clock speed.

Anyone know why?
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Do you guys know what amazons return policy on gpus like the 780ti? When the 780ti classy drops ill be grabbing one day one, and i didnt know if i can just return this card to amazon, hassle free like a week or two before, or if ill have to try to sell the card on the marketplace or something. thanks.


also, is the power balancing feature on the pcb of this card, or is it baked onto the die? havent had a solid answer on that yet.
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+1 biggrin.gif

Can you believe the nerve on this guy? LOL! Next time come up with a more imaginative bashing username. biggrin.gif

I'm 1000% this a really pissed off member from this thread or the 780 thread and he created that account for obvious reasons.

Now I wish I was a MOD to check with various tools/ways which member is/created that bogus new account. wink.gif
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So wait, Galaxy put a wrong PCB on a shipments? This is gold....... How the hell can that even happen? I mean, it is the reference card, how can you go and even mess that up? Well, I suppose it could be titan/780 PCB, but I doubt it would make the card blow unless put under severe voltage. Which means, it could be some other cards....

This is pure speculation, and more then anything i think it's a cover up for a failed rumor flame.

it IS NOT titan/780 pcb as they are all identical in the pin section, @least in the part in question.

That's how I came to question it in the first place, looking @ my titan coaster pins, & looking @ the picture I was like uhhhh wth?
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

^^^ Asus fault.
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Edited by Testier - 11/10/13 at 10:20pm
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In other words, either this is a lie or galaxy messed up. As likely as the first one might be, I would not dismiss the second one.

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Galaxy oopsd in china

I don't accept that reasoning until A.) and engineer of some sort comes in here and states that its possible, along with evidence as to how the hell that would even work or B.) Galaxy makes an official statement.

Like what? You don't just socket a GPU into a PCB like you do a chip into a mother board... Can you take your AMD chip & plug it into a intel motherboard? No! The robots may be able to attach the chip into the board, but the traces would likely not match up, producing a brick from the start.

Until then it's a bad stunt played out on a Chinese forum to attack nvidia. People are taking speculation/assumption/rumor/bias & hypocrisy as the gospel, which is ignorant as hell.

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so let's see "780ti on fire killin mobo's" picture proof shows its not a gk110 pcb... "OH well, galaxy plugged the chip into the wrong mobo!" teaching.gifheadscratch.gif "6 cards in total actually!" well, we only have photo's of one, and all posts regarding the topic on chiphell have been deleted, & members banned. That must mean it's an nvidia conspiracy to cover it all up! lachen.gif

Good night 780ti owners club, tonight has been a blast! gunner.gif
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I don't accept that reasoning until A.) and engineer of some sort comes in here and states that its possible, along with evidence as to how the hell that would even work or B.) Galaxy makes an official statement.

Like what? You don't just socket a GPU into a PCB like you do a chip into a mother board... Can you take your AMD chip & plug it into a intel motherboard? No!

Until then it's a bad stunt played out on a Chinese forum to attack nvidia. People are taking speculation/assumption/rumor/bias & hypocrisy as the gospel, which is ignorant as hell.

Meh, we have 2 possibility right now. Either A or B, given both are NOT confirmed, we have to assume both can be true. Anyways, thats my way of reasoning.
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