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Just got myself a GTX 780 TI Direct CU 2 OC. Was wondering if you guys could help me get this card OCing! I ran some benchmarks with it @ stock so far in Unigine Valley Ultra 1080P 8XAA. I got scores ranging from 2700-3000. Is it normal to see a variation in scores like that?
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780 ti sc reference (Evga)

Where are you?

I have a EK Nickel/Acetal for reference 780Ti PCB with Backplate.
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Can't get any consistent results from OCing, no matter what I turn my Core Clock to the results seem random in Unigine Valley. Temp limits and Power Limits are at max. So I don't think it's being throttled because of that. Can someone take a look at the GPUZ sensors and see if they can see something wrong???

http://imgur.com/oH208HF
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this may have been answered, but there is 1600+ pages on this thread but,

is a PNY GTX 780 Ti XLR8 OC 3 fan model the same as a Palit GTX 780 Ti JetStream 3 GB?

So can i use the Palit bios on it? or is there a Skyn3t Bios already ready for it?

Thanks guys!thumb.gif
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Can't get any consistent results from OCing, no matter what I turn my Core Clock to the results seem random in Unigine Valley. Temp limits and Power Limits are at max. So I don't think it's being throttled because of that. Can someone take a look at the GPUZ sensors and see if they can see something wrong???

http://imgur.com/oH208HF
Wow, this thread has really died off. The different colors are the clue : https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/gpuz-perfcap-orange-field-vop-question.204193/
I'd reduce the voltage and set a fan curve with higher fan speeds and settle for what gives you consistent performance. Unless you want to flash your bios. There is more control that can be had there and a little more performance, but it takes a good amount of time to get satisfactory results.
The lowered voltage will also help with your temps. I think the default for temp throttling for the dc2oc is right around 82c if I remember right.

Some power supplies seem like they give more volts than the monitoring states. Like my EVGA 1300G2 If your boost will hold at 1200 with a stable level if volts, you have an easy optimization.
I chose the other way and have a vbios customized to my cards and power supply and what their stable overclocks are. It took a lot of time to get right and I top out around 1254 core for total stability at 100% useage with W3.

Your 1210 isn't that far off and seems like it hasn't been that much work yet. Enjoy your 780ti with the time you have it. It's still a quite good dx11 card and pretty much all games still support dx11.
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Originally Posted by lofemofe View Post

Can't get any consistent results from OCing, no matter what I turn my Core Clock to the results seem random in Unigine Valley. Temp limits and Power Limits are at max. So I don't think it's being throttled because of that. Can someone take a look at the GPUZ sensors and see if they can see something wrong???

http://imgur.com/oH208HF
Wow, this thread has really died off. The different colors are the clue : https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/gpuz-perfcap-orange-field-vop-question.204193/
I'd reduce the voltage and set a fan curve with higher fan speeds and settle for what gives you consistent performance. Unless you want to flash your bios. There is more control that can be had there and a little more performance, but it takes a good amount of time to get satisfactory results.
The lowered voltage will also help with your temps. I think the default for temp throttling for the dc2oc is right around 82c if I remember right.

Some power supplies seem like they give more volts than the monitoring states. Like my EVGA 1300G2 If your boost will hold at 1200 with a stable level if volts, you have an easy optimization.
I chose the other way and have a vbios customized to my cards and power supply and what their stable overclocks are. It took a lot of time to get right and I top out around 1254 core for total stability at 100% useage with W3.

Your 1210 isn't that far off and seems like it hasn't been that much work yet. Enjoy your 780ti with the time you have it. It's still a quite good dx11 card and pretty much all games still support dx11.

Yeah, I still have a couple 780Ti's, but got the upgrade bug, now my upgrade card is obsolete as well, lol.

They get replaced by newer models quickly, and the amount of ram required for some games doesn't help that either. Almost as if that was part of the plan. (Insert conspiracy theory here...........)

With the absence of Skyn3t and his brother from the thread, interest died down as well. But they would have moved on to newer cards anyway.
Such is life in the video card world.
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Yeah, I still have a couple 780Ti's, but got the upgrade bug, now my upgrade card is obsolete as well, lol.

They get replaced by newer models quickly, and the amount of ram required for some games doesn't help that either. Almost as if that was part of the plan. (Insert conspiracy theory here...........)

With the absence of Skyn3t and his brother from the thread, interest died down as well. But they would have moved on to newer cards anyway.
Such is life in the video card world.

I like tinkering so Skyn3t and Occamrazor helped give me a lot more enjoyment out of my cards.

Still waiting for that upgrade that will wow. Thinking 2 card vega or volta. Amd is slower, gets obseleted less, but smoothness at 4k@60 will rank right up there with price in being the top 2 factors for me. Will have to wait and see when they come out.

Yeah those 780tis got left behind pretty quickly but I'm getting my money's worth. 281 hrs on w3@4k so far and just starting the dlcs. Glad it is getting colder again, like the warm feet. One winter left smile.gif
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too bad seeing a former top dog like that kind of left in the dust like this by nvidia, they just stop optimizing for older generations in their new driver's unlike AMD, just got myself a GTX 1080 last week, hope it doesn't meet the same fate in 2 years, the thing was expensive ! redface.gif
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too bad seeing a former top dog like that kind of left in the dust like this by nvidia, they just stop optimizing for older generations in their new driver's unlike AMD, just got myself a GTX 1080 last week, hope it doesn't meet the same fate in 2 years, the thing was expensive ! redface.gif

780tis aren't that bad, your 1080 is just so much better. It's better than 2. If the cards are better by that big of a factor in 2 years they will be powerhouses.
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In real terms, how much faster on average is a 1080 compared to a 780 TI OC?
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