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Originally Posted by Arizonian View Post



My 780Ti SC is reaching 1106 MHz Core with a 1237 MHz Core Boost and 1900 MHz Memory which translates from +100 Core +200 Memory in Precision X for 24/7 gaming across all games. From what I've seen that's seems to be average . In some games I can push just a tad and reach 1241 MHz Boost but it's too much hassel to keep adjusting. Expecting anything beyond that is just luck of the draw..

@Koniakki - Your expecting a golden chip then on air.

@Netherwind - I wouldn't say that your card is a poor over clocker by no means, if anything a tad better than average.

Arizonian I'm not expecting a golden chip obviously but if I'm not mistaken I see people here hit 1240Mhz with stock bios? Which means 1.187v right? That's why I was "expecting" 1280Mhz with 1.21v.

Now on the memory, well thats lottery also like in almost everything else. wink.gif

Also shouldn't +200 on the memory through PX and AB shouldn't be 1850(7400)? With also 1900Mhz being 7600Mhz? Am I missing something here?
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Originally Posted by Bestio View Post

I can't say I'm not satisfied, the card is very fast, and I payed the Palit much less than 780ti reference or custum with other brand, so I think the price-quality ratio is very good.
Maybe not the better VGA for Extreme OC, but I wait a custom bios to see it, and in other boards I seen EVGA or Gigabyte 780ti not able to reach my OC.
I think to have done a very good purchase, for me other brands don't deservers their 100/200$ overprice.
Have you tried to use Palit Thunder Master instead Precision X or other OC Softwares?
With Precision X my card seems to not go over 1255Mhz@1.175w, (if I set highter frequencies, the GPU drop to 1255 anyway).
Only PTM seems able to maintain 1280Mhz@1.212w.

Maybe I had phrased my previous assessment in the wrong way. wink.gif

Of course I will be happy with it even at 1240/1900 but knowing me I will prolly sell it and keep binning them. tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by Netherwind View Post

Is 1237 the max boost you get? I noticed that GPU-Z says one thing but if measuring with Precision X or something like that the clock boosts even higher.

It just feels like many people are talking about 1260+ boost on air and many also talk about 7600+ mem without any problems. I can do 7400 max on mem afaik.
I only use PTM and have, like you, achieved the best results with it.

I played BF4 for one hour without crashes at +140 core +200 mem all voltages maxed and unchecked "Prio GPU Temp". But I suppose this is the very max I can get and I'm sad that my mem wont go higher than this.

That's why I posted my first question (which remains unanswered) if flashing BIOS would help? I don't know if the Power Limit of 106 is causing the card to not be able to use more power (if it even needs it).

Anyhow, not sure about my boost clock now since I do not dare launching Precision X or MSIAB in fear of getting an unstable clock once again. Can't one just get the OSD without having the program try OCing aswell? (MSI AB for example)
TBH I was hoping to get 1300 Mhz boost on air but maybe that's too much to ask. After I calmed down and thought about it, overclocking from 928Mhz boost (nvidia default, not palit) to 1240 something is pretty awesome. So I suppose that if you really want 1300 something youll have to go for the classy. I checked the price on that baby and it's extremely expensive. I thought about it a moment and decided that I personally do not have the money to buy such a card even though it would be awesome.....

Bestio and Netherwind were you on custom bios with 1.21v or stock bios and 1.187v? I can't clearly say.

I see Bestio sayng "1255Mhz@1.175v" which is what I would love my card to do. And that "Only PTM seems able to maintain 1280Mhz@1.212v" from Bestio is exactly what I expect.

I'm hoping at least 1280@1.21v. Only 2 ways to go about this. Expectations high and be a bit disappointed if not met or expectations low and be excited if they are exceeded.
Either way, the end result(card clocks/OC) isnt gonna change. tongue.gif

After I re-read your posts something tells both of you above are on stock bios? Right?
Edited by Koniakki - 12/23/13 at 3:00am
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Bestio and Netherwind were you on custom bios with 1.21v or stock bios and 1.187v? I can't clearly say.

I see Bestio sayng "1255Mhz@1.175v" which is what I would love my card to do. And that "Only PTM seems able to maintain 1280Mhz@1.212v" from Bestio is exactly what I expect.

I'm hoping at least 1280@1.21v. Only 2 ways to go about this. Expectations high and be a bit disappointed if not met or expectations low and be excited if they are exceeded.
Either way, the end result(card clocks/OC) isnt gonna change. tongue.gif

After I re-read your posts something tells both of you above are on stock bios? Right?
I'm on stock BIOS which is 1,187v but we use this OC program called Thundermaster where you can add voltage on the core (+75mV). Still, I never see any proof of this on MSI AB OSD which always states 1.187v.
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I'm on stock BIOS which is 1,187v but we use this OC program called Thundermaster where you can add voltage on the core (+75mV). Still, I never see any proof of this on MSI AB OSD which always states 1.187v.

Good to hear. This gives me some hope after all for "good" clocks with 1.21v.. tongue.gif

Also if you don't mind, spend a couple minutes and add your Rig details in your Sig. You will find all the info you need in my Sig below. thumb.gif
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I am rocksolid at just 1202Mhz...
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Is that with stock bios?

If not, here a small guide how to flash the custom bios. thumb.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1393791/official-nvidia-gtx-780-owners-club/15700_50#post_21414021





Hey, no its with skyn3ts bios.
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Ugg i cant figure out this bios thing and how to overclock my classy card... I feel so lost!
 
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Assassin's Creed 4 really knows how to cripple my 780 Ti.

I max at 63 fps with no AA or ambient oclussion.
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Assassin's Creed 4 really knows how to cripple my 780 Ti.

I max at 63 fps with no AA or ambient oclussion.

pretty sure the game caps around 60 fps. change ur settings to low and medium and u should still get similar fps
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These cards are absolute tanks! A full GK110, my first fully enabled die from Nvidia.

Its been quite a ride these past few months: HD 7950 ► GTX 670 ►►► R9 290X ► GTX 780 ►► GTX 780 Ti.



ASIC quality is low, sorta bummed, as I'm looking for the best performance:noise ratio you can get while not watercooling. Tight case necessitates blower-type GPU:





The only physical complaint I have is coil whine, but that seems the case with any high-end card. Mine is not pervasive, just noticeable when everything else is silent or near-silent.

Drivers do need to be updated ASAP. With the bundled AC4, i was seeing ~15FPS with everything turned up (besides AA) at 2560x1440. I know AC4 is a terrible console port, but still, wow. No serious driver instabilities otherwise, and old stuff played smooth at that resolution.

GPUGrid long runs at stock 876/928 MHz clocks come in right around the 6-hour mark. My GTX 670 DCU II comes in at ~9 hours. Not bad, but considering my GK 110, including clock rates differences, is theoretically 46% more powerful than the GTX 670, a reduction in run time of only 33% is a bit off. This is mostly due to the project's optimizations for GK104 and lack thereof for GK110 more than anything, though.

I've been messing with the clocks a bit to see if i can squeeze a few more Hz out of it without noticeably affecting the already "on-the-line" acoustics of the card at sustained 24/7 full load. Letting it run loud and hot for a bit, I got up to 1210 Mhz Boost / 1100 Core stable; anything more was asking for trouble stability-wise with the stock bios voltage.

The numbers are impressive, but a 20nm >300mm² next-gen die from AMD or NVIDIA will put this giant to rest. It is top dog for a little while longer, though, so be sure to enjoy it. thumb.gif
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