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Originally Posted by jorgitin02 View Post

Hey fellaz i just got my 780ti and im a little disapointed

thats the highest oc with stock bios and with skynet bios i have to overvolt all the way to 1.21 to reach 1240 ? wow ... i'll probably keep the card for another 20-30 days and then return it to amazon and get a couple of 290x when they drop in price ... frown.gifmad.gifthumbsdownsmileyanim.gif

You're going to have to feed a lot more voltage to a 290x to match the performance of that 780 Ti even though it's only about average.
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If this sale won't work. Two EVGA GTX 780 Hydro Copper + Backplate and this fail Lucid Dream Computer. we gonna have no hope.

Lol i misread that thought I did something wrong :P 

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MSI 780 Ti Gaming review on techpowerup is now up

It seems like it is the big winner in the 780 ti category?
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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......
I wouldlike some other opinions please cause some guys told me that it will be okay...
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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 ??
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Originally Posted by mcg75 View Post

You're going to have to feed a lot more voltage to a 290x to match the performance of that 780 Ti even though it's only about average.
Not really but even if i do i'll be worth it, i had better performance with a 780 classified(that i OCed to hell) which i returned for this card ... and now i can't even play battlefield 4, gpu shows at 99% but i get like 20 fps ... same thing happened with the 780 classified and the only thing that fixed it was a clean windows install ...
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Which PSU all you list is wattage and 80 plus
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I wouldlike some other opinions please cause some guys told me that it will be okay...
Those "some guys" are wrong. Period.
Listen, reaching 1400mhz on core clock isn't a problem for the Ti Classified. If you look, people are going past that up towards 1500+. But they are running it with a waterblock and exceeding well over your expected 1.2v. From what I can tell, a good chip can reach 1400mhz core clock with ~1.3v give or take. Mind you, underwater. I have yet to see a review or a person say that they have a Ti Classy that can be stable at 1400mhz on air and with a measly 1.2v. When it comes to overclocking, never set expectations because you are setting yourself up for disappointment.
    
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Lol i misread that thought I did something wrong tongue.gif 
If we can help in anyway let me know
We're working on the site today.

Thank you. At first day I just made a temporary site with links only. I had work on.my site last night for a better look and more Info also multiples links also some other stuff too. Check that out not finished yet. I got so many things to add on it.

Thanks for the push 170 in a box now need some more.
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MSI 780 Ti Gaming review on techpowerup is now up

It seems like it is the big winner in the 780 ti category?

I'm not a huge fan of the elevated VRM and Memory temps compared to the ACX based on the Guru3D review using the FLIR. MSI seems to be consistently neglecting VRM temps compared to competitors.
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