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Haven't posted for a while. Anyway, I've noticed the past week my second card crashes on stock clocks sporadically. Going to send it for RMA. Should I send it to my retailer here in Australia first then have them take care of it as it's still under warranty I believe. Just need to figure out how to put the stock cooler back on for my 780 ti classy.

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Can confirm second card is faulty, running some stress tests crashes after 10 minutes, run the first card by itself all is fine, this is at stock clocks too. Might contact evga and ask them if it's best to send it directly to Taiwan for a replacement or to my local retailer. They better give me a new one and not a refurbished one lol

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Originally Posted by Hi iTs SlayeR View Post

Hey guys,

Am I able to SLI a EVGA GTX 780ti Superclocked with a EVGA GTX 780ti Classified?

Was going to buy another SC but Newegg sold out the day before I planned on buying it. Classified is also selling for $360 right now.

They will SLI but once you start overclocking, the headaches will begin. My previous SLI setup was 780Ti classy with MSI gaming 780Ti (reference PCB). Every time the cards crashed to the desktop, it required a restart for the cards to overclock again. Also, flashing a custom bios on either card would crash my computer the instant I turned SLI on. I sold the MSI card after a month because I couldn't deal with the hassle anymore.

Also, those cards are differents heights so you'll need to buy a longer SLI bridge.
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Hi everyone,

Just a quick query regarding my MSI Twin Frozr 780 ti
http://uk.msi.com/product/vga/GTX-780Ti-GAMING-3G.html#hero-specification

I noticed while gaming in MSI afterburner my core clock hits a max of 1124mhz, is this normal if i haven't overclocked it?

Also my memory clock doesn't go higher than 3499mhz, is this to normal?

Reason i ask is i get temps in the mid 60s with the Kraken G10 attached and im trying to figure out if i need to remount it or if it's because somehow my card is overclocked, or a mixture of both.

Thanks
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They will SLI but once you start overclocking, the headaches will begin. My previous SLI setup was 780Ti classy with MSI gaming 780Ti (reference PCB). Every time the cards crashed to the desktop, it required a restart for the cards to overclock again. Also, flashing a custom bios on either card would crash my computer the instant I turned SLI on. I sold the MSI card after a month because I couldn't deal with the hassle anymore.

Also, those cards are differents heights so you'll need to buy a longer SLI bridge.

you can mitigate the headache if you start off by knowing the limits of each card biggrin.gif The crashing, however, may be caused by different issues though. Mine had SLI problems on Asrock OC formula board while works perfectly fine on an Asus hero board.
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Hi everyone,

Just a quick query regarding my MSI Twin Frozr 780 ti
http://uk.msi.com/product/vga/GTX-780Ti-GAMING-3G.html#hero-specification

I noticed while gaming in MSI afterburner my core clock hits a max of 1124mhz, is this normal if i haven't overclocked it?

Also my memory clock doesn't go higher than 3499mhz, is this to normal?

Reason i ask is i get temps in the mid 60s with the Kraken G10 attached and im trying to figure out if i need to remount it or if it's because somehow my card is overclocked, or a mixture of both.

Thanks
your card seems normal. Memory doesn't boost like the gpu clock. thumb.gif
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Did someone ever try a GPU from Manli ?

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i have the EVGA 780Ti SC with the stock cooler which bios should i be using?
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i have the EVGA 780Ti SC with the stock cooler which bios should i be using?

personally, I wouldn't use a modded bios for a stock SC card. It can get hot / loud quite easily and it's not worth the extra perf IMO, unless you put a WB on.
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personally, I wouldn't use a modded bios for a stock SC card. It can get hot / loud quite easily and it's not worth the extra perf IMO, unless you put a WB on.

my card will run at 1200mhz around 80c is just like to make it run that all the time in high perf mode
is there away to disable the boost and just set the clock?
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my card will run at 1200mhz around 80c is just like to make it run that all the time in high perf mode
is there away to disable the boost and just set the clock?

gpu boost operate that way by default, depending on load, temp, power, etc. There are skyn3t bios in the OP with boost disabled and 1.212v unlocked. Or you can mod your own using Kepler bios tweaker, especially if you find skyn3t bios to be a little aggressive. I don't mind using skyn3t on non-reference like classified, but on reference board I'd rather tweak my own (just being on the conservative side).

Just do a search within OCN or google and you should get lots of information about KBT. The quickest way to maintain that 1200mhz clock is to up the PT in bios and make sure your card doesn't get close to the temperature target you've set.
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