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Hi all, I just ordered the EVGA ACX SC edition of this card (should be in sometime this week) and was wondering what peoples opinions of it were so far? This question also reaches out to people who owns a different version of this card since I am mainly curious as to how well it performs. I am still running a 1366x 768 screen but will be upgrading to 1920x 1080 @120hz+ fairly soon. Thanks all!
-Ray

I've got the ACX and couldn't be happier. I like to run an aggressive fan profile with what I subjectively consider a quite cooler. I've got it set at 70C to 90% fan speed and at 80C to 100% fan speed. Under full load gaming I've seen 72C the absolute highest. I can lower that fan speed to still maintain temp below 82C but I'm satisfied the way it is.

Keep in mind this is at 2560 x 1440 Resolution over clocked to 1106 Mhz Core with 1237 Mhz Boost / 7600 Mhz Memory. Stock BIOS on air. I don't need to turn off AA to keep above 60 FPS which is amazing. You'll get much higher FPS at 1080p resolution than the averages shown below.

I'm running a 3770K @ 4.5 Ghz btw.

Crysis 2 / Default Ultra Settings AVG 113.43 FPS

Crysis 3 / 1 x SMAA - Very High Settings AVG 74.76 FPS

BF3 / 4 x MSAA - 16x AA - HBAO - Ultra Settings AVG 96.08 FPS

BF4 / 4x MSAA - HBAO - Ultra Settings AVG 77.33 FPS

When you get your 120 Hz 1080p monitor your going to want to keep 100 FPS+ for smoothest fluidity. I've not tested my 780TI ACX on my 2nd 120 Hz monitor, so I can't comment on actual gains. You can easily turn off a tad of eye candy in game settings to boost FPS if needed. Hope these stats help to some degree with what type of performance your going to see.

Here is a list of the 780Ti ACX reviews.

EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti SC SuperClocked ACX Review - Guru3D
EVGA GTX 780 Ti SC ACX Review - Hardware Canucks
EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Superclocked ACX - Hexus
     
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How do I know if I bricked my graphics card?
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So myGPU's craped out a bit with the modded bios, is there a way I can restore to default BIOS without needing to be booted in windows :x?

Go to the OP here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1438886/official-nvidia-gtx-780-ti-owners-club/0_100
Scroll down until you find "How to: Bootable USB Drive, Flashing Nvidia GPU BIOS, Recovery tools"
Click it and you have your solution! thumb.gif

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I'm blind, thanks, and is there any tell tale sign of Bricking a GPU?
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Hit 5GHz on my 3820 I am hoping I can have good luck with this guy. Low asic score :-(
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Smoked my Kill-A-Watt yesterday doing some scrypt hashing.

Those of you that kill your Kill-A-Watts, don't fret, as I fixed mine rather easily.

Just take the backplate off, and find the silver colored thermal fuse that is soldered on. If you're good with a soldering iron, it's a very simple process to pick a 100C Thermal Fuse up at Radio Shack or wherever or perhaps online, and solder it in its place.

I temporarily used a piece of copper wire to bridge the circuit, as it was only a thermal fuse, although still important in its own right.

Either way, most Kill-A-Watts fail via the thermal fuse, so it may come in handy.

I thought mine was dead until I did a little tinkering. thumb.gif
    
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Yes, but is it the same for the 780Ti?
I can manage without, because I have plenty lying around here in different thicknesses and sizes.

By the way, 1300 core crashes, just as 7600 memory, for now sticking to 1250 and 7500, I don't bother trying 7550 or whatever, I might try if the core does 1260, 1270 or whatever, but memory-wise I'm done...

Well, as the memory pads are 0.5mm, i put a 1.0mm thermal pad on the VRM area to compensate the thickness difference!
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Cheers

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I installed an EK 780 Ti backplate, along with an EK 780 Ti block, on my EVGA 780Ti without using any thermal pads on the backplate. The backplate came with the pads for the memory chips of the Titan, but no other pads.
The instructions supplied with the backplate seem to indicate that the pads are only included for the Titan memory chips: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

However, I contacted EK Support to confirm if they suggest using any thermal pads on the 780 Ti backplate, but they say none are needed: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

It would be interesting to see if there is any benefit to fitting thermal pads over the vrm area of the Ti with the backplate.
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Hit 5GHz on my 3820 I am hoping I can have good luck with this guy. Low asic score :-(
having a low asic isn't a bad thing. As long as it's between 60-80ish, you should be fine.
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hi all. I am currently the happy owner of 2 x EVGA 670 FTW 4gb's. They are excellent cards, but now with the 780ti's out, and with a little xmas cash to spend, I have a few questions. Befroe that, I am aware that mt sli is "better" than a single 780 ti, but I am going to go 780 ti SLI, why not, hey? My question is this, I started with ASUS TOP non-reference cooler, but I had heat issues while in sli, so I went and got the FTW with the reference (shroud), and no more heat issues. So, are the 780 ti's with the reference coolers be a good idea here too, or are these cards a different beast when it comes to temp's in sli with non-reference?

Sorry, I'm waffling. 780 ti in sli go reference coolers?
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I've been getting Access Denied when trying to save the CFG file for the VOLTMOD. anyone else run into these issues??
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