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Having owned both ACX and DC2, I wouldn't recommend either. There's just too much evidence in favor of the MSI TF4 being the better cooler.

As for clocks, it's all luck of the draw.
Only problem with that is that it's an MSI card.
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Please add me to the list of 780ti owners club thank you.

http://valid.canardpc.com/fkt841


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Originally Posted by Jodiuh View Post

Having owned both ACX and DC2, I wouldn't recommend either. There's just too much evidence in favor of the MSI TF4 being the better cooler.

As for clocks, it's all luck of the draw.
Only problem with that is that it's an MSI card.

I'm pretty dead set on ordering it even though the 2 year labor warranty is kinda lame. AFAIK, they use custom components on it too. Is there something I'm overlooking?
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Originally Posted by Jodiuh View Post

Having owned both ACX and DC2, I wouldn't recommend either. There's just too much evidence in favor of the MSI TF4 being the better cooler.

As for clocks, it's all luck of the draw.


Looking at thermal imaging tends to disagree. Seems memory sees better benefits from the ACX cooler.

Source - MSI Gaming Thermals
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Once we start to stress the GPU the thermals quickly change. We can measure thermals into the 10th of a degree precise really, our thermal camera is calibrated and does not lie. We reach 69 degrees C on the GPU, on par with what the thermal probes report back to us (69 C). Memory runs to roughly 80 Degrees C and the VRM area is located closer to the rear of the card where it is cooler, they run roughly 90 Degrees C, which is on the high side.



Source ACX Thermals
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Once we start to stress the GPU the thermals quickly change. Now we can measure thermals into the 10th of a degree precise really, our thermal camera is calibrated and does not lie wink.gif

We reach 67 degrees C on the GPU, which is spot on with what the thermal probes report back to us. Memory runs to roughly 67 Degrees C and the VRM area is located closer to the rear of the card where it is cooler, they run roughly 82 Degrees C. Excellent GPU temps BTW.
     
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Good point man. It looks like they're using a test bench with no additional cooling. My card will have 2 120s blowing from the front and one directly below. I would think that would be enough to lower temps on the VRM area, yes?

Fwiw, my ACX 780 clocked to 1150 and my DC2 got up to 1228. It really is a lottery.

Can GPU-Z read VRM temps?

Edit: I am a silence nut and my main complaint with the ACX was it's sound signature. The DC2 was much better in this regard.
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Please add me to the list of 780ti owners club thank you.

http://valid.canardpc.com/fkt841




Dat Zalman AIO looks cool man..8 Plats ram..much WOW.

Love the TI CLASSIFIEDS
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Toggling K Boost causes a blank screen for me, which requires me to hard reset. Upon reboot, I check in Event Viewer for a entry detailing what happened and I find this:
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- <System>
  <Provider Name="nvlddmkm" /> 
  <EventID Qualifiers="49322">14</EventID> 
  <Level>2</Level> 
  <Task>0</Task> 
  <Keywords>0x80000000000000</Keywords> 
  <TimeCreated SystemTime="2014-01-06T06:58:38.271829900Z" /> 
  <EventRecordID>75955</EventRecordID> 
  <Channel>System</Channel> 
  <Computer>Prox-PC</Computer> 
  <Security /> 
  </System>
- <EventData>
  <Data /> 
  <Data>0096(1af4) 00000000 00000000</Data> 
  <Binary>0000000002003000000000000E00AAC0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000</Binary> 
  </EventData>
  </Event>

So...... why am I getting a Event ID 14 error from nvlddmkm when I toggle KBoost?

Edit: found the issue. It's a problem with Skyn3ts bios AFAIK.
Edited by fleetfeather - 1/5/14 at 11:15pm
    
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Good point man. It looks like they're using a test bench with no additional cooling. My card will have 2 120s blowing from the front and one directly below. I would think that would be enough to lower temps on the VRM area, yes?

Fwiw, my ACX 780 clocked to 1150 and my DC2 got up to 1228. It really is a lottery.

Can GPU-Z read VRM temps?

Edit: I am a silence nut and my main complaint with the ACX was it's sound signature. The DC2 was much better in this regard.

Honestly I don't think it matters much, aside from some variance of fan noise. WF3, DCUII, Gaming, & ACX are all doing a pretty good job cooling respectively. Post your pics when you set it inside. smile.gif
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Please add me to the list of 780ti owners club thank you.

http://valid.canardpc.com/fkt841
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Wanted to comment- Nice rig you got there, both in performance and aesthetics. smile.gif
     
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Good point man. It looks like they're using a test bench with no additional cooling. My card will have 2 120s blowing from the front and one directly below. I would think that would be enough to lower temps on the VRM area, yes?

Fwiw, my ACX 780 clocked to 1150 and my DC2 got up to 1228. It really is a lottery.

Can GPU-Z read VRM temps?

Edit: I am a silence nut and my main complaint with the ACX was it's sound signature. The DC2 was much better in this regard.

Honestly I don't think it matters much, aside from some variance of fan noise. WF3, DCUII, Gaming, & ACX are all doing a pretty good job cooling respectively. Post your pics when you set it inside. smile.gif
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Please add me to the list of 780ti owners club thank you.

http://valid.canardpc.com/fkt841
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Wanted to comment- Nice rig you got there, both in performance and aesthetics. smile.gif

Will do! Just waiting in my refund from rakuten. I can't seem to find the MSI anywhere but Newegg tho and I'd rather not buy from them.
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I just ran the Batman Origins benchmark on the system I built last week. Your frame rate seems awfully low for your hardware. My results:
Min 56
Max 119
Average 85

Settings:
2560x1440p, TXAA High, VSync Off, Hardware PhysX, High Quality/DX11 Everything

My system:
4670k @ 4.2 GHz, 780 Ti (Reference Design, Cooler & stock BIOS) @ 1205 MHz core / 1750 MHz mem.

I overclocked +200 MHz on the core to 1076 MHz, but with boost it is stable at 1205 MHz.
I got better results with the stock BIOS since when using unlocked voltages the thermals became a problem, which caused throttling. I want to keep the noise levels down so I am not trying for maximum performance.


wow that is a big difference to mine as well.
heh i think the i7 870 needs upgrading.


edit: Just saw the repost.
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