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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
Wow, that's impressive!
Can't wait to finally get my hands on a 780ti in a two weeks or so!
post #5432 of 16499
Have any of you got an OC working with batman origins assuming anyone plays that I have 2 x evga SC ACX cards and i can't touch the overclock it crashes with even a 50/50 overclock but all other games like AC4 and Splinter and Star Citizen hangers SC(starcraft) dota2 whatever i can 150/150 and have no problems........batman makes me angry without any overclock the game runs fine @ 100fps 2560 x 1440p.

All i'm doing for OC'ing is move the temp and power sliders all the way to the end and then manual type 150 for core and 150 for memory maybe i'm not doing it right or batman is just stupid. I haven't touched voltage yet ........
post #5433 of 16499
I'm thinking a 1200p g sync panel will be the sweet spot for a single Ti. That's what I'm waiting for anyway
post #5434 of 16499
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Originally Posted by DerComissarย View Post

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.
The benefit is "pulling" out the heat from the backside of the card (vrm)
You might not notice stability increases but it won't hurt either, just to be sure wink.gif
That's what I liked about the 680 backplates, they came with pads for the backside VRM area smile.gif
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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??

Rename the CFG files, add an A or 1 at the end then save them, delete the original, then remove the A or 1.

Or, copy the original files to your desktop, add the command, then paste them into the AB folder.
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The benefit is "pulling" out the heat from the backside of the card (vrm)
You might not notice stability increases but it won't hurt either, just to be sure wink.gif
That's what I liked about the 680 backplates, they came with pads for the backside VRM area smile.gif

How you getting on with your Gigabyte cards so far?
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Hi everybody, Im new in this forum. Pleased of be another member.
Yesterday I was playing when PC freezes. Then checked voltaje of CPU and QPI (Im on a i950 at 3.6 HT On with 16 Gb dual channel), and seems like QPI voltaje was too low.
Then restart the computer and everything was fine but, because of shutdown, EVGA Precision restarted with linking the power draw and temperature, prior power. Because I download a GTX 780 Ti skin without that information, donยดt view that reset, so, start to playing...and, after an hour or so, then exit and see what has freeze me...the GPU was running at 95C!!!, so, the question is, could I have damage the GPU?
And, another question, do you think I need to upgrade my CPU?, the max I get is 3.6 with 1500 memory frequency. With HT on I lose some performance, but games like Far Cry 3 seems to be CPU hungry and could limite GPU power...

Thanks!!!
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Hi everybody, Im new in this forum. Pleased of be another member.
Yesterday I was playing when PC freezes. Then checked voltaje of CPU and QPI (Im on a i950 at 3.6 HT On with 16 Gb dual channel), and seems like QPI voltaje was too low.
Then restart the computer and everything was fine but, because of shutdown, EVGA Precision restarted with linking the power draw and temperature, prior power. Because I download a GTX 780 Ti skin without that information, donยดt view that reset, so, start to playing...and, after an hour or so, then exit and see what has freeze me...the GPU was running at 95C!!!, so, the question is, could I have damage the GPU?
And, another question, do you think I need to upgrade my CPU?, the max I get is 3.6 with 1500 memory frequency. With HT on I lose some performance, but games like Far Cry 3 seems to be CPU hungry and could limite GPU power...

Thanks!!!

What are you using for a CPU cooler on that, cause you should definitely be able to hit 4ghz easy on a 950, my 920 always hit it fairly easy and that was with HT on. In newer games HT helps quite a bit espeically with the newer card, but the CPU should not really be bottle necking you.
 
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What are you using for a CPU cooler on that, cause you should definitely be able to hit 4ghz easy on a 950, my 920 always hit it fairly easy and that was with HT on. In newer games HT helps quite a bit espeically with the newer card, but the CPU should not really be bottle necking you.

Thanks for the reply

The max bclk I can achieve is 175. 175x23 = 4.025. With this specs I can boot up to 4.025 Ghz, but less QPI bus (3150 vs 3600 at 150 bclk), and 1400 memory vs 1500 at 150 bclk. So, I found a bclk wall above 175 (not sure if can be the motherboard, asus P6T deluxe rev. 1. or memory controller). The strange of QPI is that no matter what QPI frequenzy I put on bios, the motherboard select always the high value (so, probably with 200 bclk the qpi will be so huge that the motherboard canยดt even boot). I know the best would be 200x20 or 19 (3.8-4.0 Ghz), with 1600 memory and 3600 QPI, but, I canยดt.

The CPU cooler is a Noctua NH, temps are OK.

And, about the GPU temp, could be damaged the GPU with this temps above an hour of game?

Thanks!!!
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Thanks for the reply

The max bclk I can achieve is 175. 175x23 = 4.025. With this specs I can boot up to 4.025 Ghz, but less QPI bus (3150 vs 3600 at 150 bclk), and 1400 memory vs 1500 at 150 bclk. So, I found a bclk wall above 175 (not sure if can be the motherboard, asus P6T deluxe rev. 1. or memory controller). The strange of QPI is that no matter what QPI frequenzy I put on bios, the motherboard select always the high value (so, probably with 200 bclk the qpi will be so huge that the motherboard canยดt even boot). I know the best would be 200x20 or 19 (3.8-4.0 Ghz), with 1600 memory and 3600 QPI, but, I canยดt.

The CPU cooler is a Noctua NH, temps are OK.

And, about the GPU temp, could be damaged the GPU with this temps above an hour of game?

Thanks!!!
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What are your temps on the GPU right now?

Also what is your motherboard? Cause with my QPI i just leave it on auto.... Never seemed to have a problem with it, also you can raise the CPU PLL voltage a hair for stability if you want (or you could lower it, its a mystery either could help a stable overclock...)
 
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