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hum, also bsods on warm boot btw... ok with custom1... Temps not higher than 35-36
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If the custom1 bios is more stable for you then I can increase the clock speeds to around 1300 Mhz if you would like.
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just bought a 780 ti

waiting for it to come.. excited to play around with it smile.gif

used to have 780ti matrix in the past, just bought a HOF.. this will get interesting biggrin.gif

still these are more than capable at 1080p and even at 1440p
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Is some of them compatible with my reference asus gtx 780ti ? Thanks for advice
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just bought a 780 ti

waiting for it to come.. excited to play around with it smile.gif

used to have 780ti matrix in the past, just bought a HOF.. this will get interesting biggrin.gif

still these are more than capable at 1080p and even at 1440p

Yup, 1080p is a joke. The GTX 780 Ti handles Dragon Age: Inquisition maxed out just fine at 2560 x 1440, very rarely going below 50 FPS. Runs Crysis 3 fairly well too, and it ran Metro Redux and Last Light with ease, again all at 2560 x 1440.
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Yup, 1080p is a joke. The GTX 780 Ti handles Dragon Age: Inquisition maxed out just fine at 2560 x 1440, very rarely going below 50 FPS. Runs Crysis 3 fairly well too, and it ran Metro Redux and Last Light with ease, again all at 2560 x 1440.

exactly! I used to have a single 780ti at 1440p then eventually sli

I have a gtx 1080 atm but I can still appreciate an old beast like the 780 ti because it was probably the best kepler card and juicy B1 revision

fingers crossed 1300mhz on stock cooler / bios ..

if not

the univeral gpu block may come out biggrin.gif
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exactly! I used to have a single 780ti at 1440p then eventually sli

I have a gtx 1080 atm but I can still appreciate an old beast like the 780 ti because it was probably the best kepler card and juicy B1 revision

fingers crossed 1300mhz on stock cooler / bios ..

if not

the univeral gpu block may come out biggrin.gif

Yep, got mine on a Raijintek Universal block, and it stays below 40c on full load.

Running@1360/8400, it crushes everything @1080p.
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Yep, got mine on a Raijintek Universal block, and it stays below 40c on full load.

Running@1360/8400, it crushes everything @1080p.


played around abit with mine does just over 1250 maybe more like 1270 with 250 on mem on air which is decent tbf tongue.gif
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hi guys.
I just have the oportunity to get a used Asus GTX780TI-DC2OC-3GD5 or a standard ASUS 780 TI
I would likr to watercool it since I will be using it mainly for rendering.

What do you advise which one should I get???

IT's damn hard /impossible to find a WC for the OC'ed version, but a buddy has a spare heatkiller cooler that i could get.
My problem is that I'll go for the OC, but it's much easier to find a water cooling unit for the reference board.
As I mentioned I won't be doing a lot of gaming maybe just casually, but watercooling is a must since GPU will be running @ 98-99% utility during rendering.

Thanx for your comments
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hi guys.
I just have the oportunity to get a used Asus GTX780TI-DC2OC-3GD5 or a standard ASUS 780 TI
I would likr to watercool it since I will be using it mainly for rendering.

What do you advise which one should I get???

IT's damn hard /impossible to find a WC for the OC'ed version, but a buddy has a spare heatkiller cooler that i could get.
Myx problem is that I'll go for the OC, but it's muck easier to find a water cooling unit for the reference borad.
As I mentioned I won't be doing a lot of gameing maybe just casually, but watercooling is a must since GPU will be running @ 98-99% utility during rendering.

Thanx for your comments

I'd go for the reference board in your case. Like you said, easier to find full cover blocks for it, and you're not going to be using the blower or DirectCU cooler in either case. OC-ability of reference boards isn't bad out of the box (most can easily match "factory" overclocked AIB boards, some can exceed them), and made better by loading Skyn3t's BIOS.
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