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Was wondering if I can get a higher stable clock on my Evga 780ti Classy. At 1.212v I can get 1195Mhz Clock stable. At 1.35v I got 1265Mhz Clock and 1850 Memory stable with Temp hitting 81C. Asic is 62.5%. At this point what else can I tweak on air to get a higher stable clock? Would it help if I put it under water? I'm shooting for a 1300Mhz for 24/7 so any advice will be appreciated!!

Edit: Forgot to mention using Skynet bios v3 already.

putting it under water is your best bet, you can probably get 1300 24/7 easy.
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Hi guys i just received my brand new card biggrin.gif Now I will flash bios, rise to 1.2V & TDP to 300%
(my goal is 1,4ghz on air).
But I'm afraid of my psu (650W 80+ bronze)... My cpu is 3930K stock, so 650W is enough ??

Are you serious?? rolleyes.gif you want to try and get a 1400mhz OC on a Ti ON AIR thumb.gif (which will probably never happen by the way) with a 130watt processor in your system and use a 650watt PSU???doh.gif

I am gonna say NO. I would honestly say look for something in the 800watt range personally......
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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?
With only a two year warranty, I highly doubt they are using anything but as reference a PCB as they can get. I haven't seen anything that's saying something special about the card besides the cooler being non-reference.

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the Asus DC2 780 ti is up on newegg now

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=14-121-838
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I should have been more clear, I am sorry.
I haven't seen any REVIEWS saying something special about the card besides the cooler being non-reference.

I don't care what the Manufacturer try's to say about the product they are trying to SELL.

If it is the card you want, go get it, I was only sharing a thought on the 2yr warranty and MSI's very checkered past with quality.
Edited by Jimhans1 - 1/6/14 at 11:09pm
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the Asus DC2 780 ti is up on newegg now

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=14-121-838

The TPU review was particularly damning. Hot, loud, lots of power.
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I should have been more clear, I am sorry.
I haven't seen any REVIEWS saying something special about the card besides the cooler being non-reference.

I don't care what the Manufacturer try's to say about the product they are trying to SELL.

Well, I'll find out soon!
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Hot, loud, lots of power.
Well, I'll find out soon!

Cool Beans! Let us know!!
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If it clocks past 1200 you will get pics and impressions. If it clocks below 1100, you will not hear from me.
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i wish the asus cards could do past 1.212v even on the 780 non ti, their cards are so sexy, dat non reference pcb makes me drool every time. too bad you have to hardmod to use it.
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If it clocks past 1200 you will get pics and impressions. If it clocks below 1100, you will not hear from me.

Depends what you mean by "clock".

My reference EVGA GTX 780 Ti can run valley benchmark at 1320 MHz for hours on end with no problems, but in order to get a 24/7 game stable OC I had to drop it down to 1215 MHz. Skyrim and BioShock Infinite being the pickiest...

So does my card clock to 1320 MHz? Or 1215 MHz? You decide
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