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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.
So, we should hear from you considering even the full reference cards with the reference blower cooler can do 1150-1200 pretty easily.
post #5902 of 16481
the 780ti on reference cooling should get 1200 with 1.212v, if it doesnt, well...you better hope the memory saves it lol.
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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

1215...and I would be super happy with that. I could get my Asus 780 DC2 to game @ 1228. I'm hoping for game stable 1200 or better.
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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.
So, we should hear from you considering even the full reference cards with the reference blower cooler can do 1150-1200 pretty easily.

I have terrible luck with hardware man. You have no idea. frown.gif
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I have terrible luck with hardware man. You have no idea. frown.gif

That sucks, sorry to hear it. Hope this turns out ok for you. What kind of bad luck have you been having??
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how well does your classy OC? depending on if its good or not, i would step it up.

Haven't really had a chance to OC it yet cause of some other issues with my computer. I'm upgrading now and should be ready to do that by next week. So I'll check back in then. smile.gif
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I asked a little while back and I don't think

I went from a good over clocking classy to my TI and I kinda regret it. At least I know there's nowhere else to go now unless I buy another which isn't happening. But My OC scores on the Classy were very close to my TI stock and I'm not getting much of an OC on this card.

Store I exchanged them at has my Classy out for sale open box for 503. I'm tempted to go buy it back!

Sorry to hear that, but it sounds like I need to figure out what my current card will do (duh doh.gif) before I think about the
Step Up"

Thx again for the replies.
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I have terrible luck with hardware man. You have no idea. frown.gif

That sucks, sorry to hear it. Hope this turns out ok for you. What kind of bad luck have you been having??

My 1st ever out of the box defective Intel CPU. The replacement 4670K needs 1.3V for 4.2Ghz and tops 95C in P95.

2 out of 6 GPUs have needed to be RMAd in the last 3 years.

1 mobo RMA in the last 2 months.

New monitor needs to be RMAd.

I'm starting to thing I need to be using an anti static wrist strap.
Edited by Jodiuh - 1/9/14 at 12:14pm
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My 1st ever out of the box defective Intel CPU. The replacement 4670K needs 1.3V for 4.2Ghz and tops 95C in P95.

3 out of 6 GPUs have needed to be RMAd in the last 3 years.

1 mobo RMA in the last 2 months.

New monitor needs to be RMAd.

I'm starting to thing I need to be using an anti static wrist strap.

Regarding the CPU, "technically" not defective, just lost the Silicon Lottery, sure that's a crappy overclocking CPU. But Intel won't RMA due to being a crappy OC'er, if the CPU will do its stock clocks at its stock voltage and not throttle due to heat, it is considered a functional CPU.

As to the rest, WOW. You might want to look at that. Who were the makers on the 3 GPU's?
post #5908 of 16481
i think he means his first one was defective, and the replacement he got just sucked lol.
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i think he means his first one was defective, and the replacement he got just sucked lol.
Ahhh, that makes more sense!
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Hey guys.. FINALLY got my 780ti classified.. Will be benching it soon..

I did play some bf4. 32bit and 64bit.. I do notice it to be a bit choppy at times. even though im at 90fps.. It seems to be less apparent when i have settings to high and 2xaa. If everything is on ultra ill be at ~70~90fps but its not smooth. Not like it was with my 6950 or my 290x when i had that... I did see in the 32bit mode with precision x that my gpu usage was 70-80%? It cant be a cpu bottleneck cause it never got above 90% usage on any of the cores. Any ideas? Or am i running into the problem everyone else is having.. The game never crashed but just isnt as butter smooth.

BTW here's a pic of it freshly installed.



I had the same, I used Google and find out that when you disable core parking in windows the problem was solved. It's something in bf4/windows.

Go to regedit, use the search to find "core parking".

You will see the "max value" is set to 64.
Change that to 0, it enter and reboot. Play some bf4 you will see the stuttering is gone and the game runs smooth.
Edited by JAJB - 1/7/14 at 2:37am
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