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Originally Posted by skyn3t View Post

get the Asus 780 ti Direct CUII , I'm recommend it. trust me.

Thanks Skyn3t. Well since you recommend it, I'll buy it smile.gif

EDIT: Right, I've placed the order! *looks at watch, counts every second until it arrives*
Edited by ournewlife - 1/7/14 at 10:08pm
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Yep, going by this review:
http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/msi_geforce_gtx_780_ti_gaming_review,3.html

Hmm I see what you mean but a few other reviews make comments that state that there have been changes to the PCB. Problem is I don't know which ones matter when it comes to waterblock fitment.

Also, I looked up pictures of the reference GTX 780 Ti PCB and noticed that those do not have all the capacitors lined up. However the picture in the Guru3D review you linked shows one that does have all of them lined up. Is this an error and the picture is actually of a GTX 780 PCB because I noticed some other differences as well but don't know what they are called lol.

Edit: Here is an image which shows the differences I noticed:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Guru3D has been posting photos of the 780 pcb for their various 780 Ti reviews, which is a somewhat idiotic move on their part imo.
In this review on the MSI 780 Ti Gaming from TPU, they took the trouble to remove the cooler and post actual photos of the MSI 780 Ti pcb:
www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_780_Ti_Gaming/3.html
    
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Anyone tried to overclock the 780 Ti with the new msi ab b18?
Maybe we can overvoltage the Ti to more than 1,212V now? smile.gif
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Yes i tried
No it does not work frown.gif
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Originally Posted by Bull56 View Post

Anyone tried to overclock the 780 Ti with the new msi ab b18?
Maybe we can overvoltage the Ti to more than 1,212V now? smile.gif

The mod allows for vrm voltage to go to 1.3 but not the vcore voltage yet.
Edited by DooRules - 1/8/14 at 2:02am
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Originally Posted by skyn3t View Post

get the Asus 780 ti Direct CUII , I'm recommend it. trust me.

Have you tried it? Because it seems like the only review which is out at the moment are no way near satisfied with it compared to others (MSI Gaming, EVGA ACX etc).
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Gigabyte 780Ti Windforce OC (GV-N78TOC-3GD) rev 1.0

There's apparently the exact same model of the card being sold with two different PCBs, one is the reference, the other is the custom. The gigabyte support threw me off, maybe supposing it was a error of my part. It isn't, though. I've seen these two models well spread across reviews and youtube videos, both being advertised as the same. You can easily spot them by the power connectors or the custom logo. You can even make a costly mistake if you buy the ek waterplate from their website, as they refer to this model as having a reference pcb.




Does anyone know something about this?
Have looked everywhere, can't find info on this.
My trouble is, this model is the cheapest right now in Sweden, and it runs cooler than the reference too. But one thing is playing lotto with oc performance, another is doing it with pcbs, and I don't even know which one is better...

EDIT: WAAAIT, my bad. The first one is the Ghz edition. But doesn't matter, take a look here instead: http://hexus.net/tech/reviews/graphics/62537-gigabyte-geforce-gtx-780-ti-oc/
This one is the same, but you can see the logo and the dual 8pin connector. In contrast with the guru3d review which comes with reference pcb.
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Originally Posted by FtW 420 View Post

Nice, please post some results when you get a pot on it & try out the vgpu mod!

I bought 2 windforce oc revision 1 because in the compatibility EK list for waterblocks it was listed as supported... i was about to order when i checked their pcb picture and realized it had 8+6 conection.Contacted EK and informed them that my revision 1 had 8+8 and they told me it was not compatible with mine. I checked every card in gigabyte web page and all revision 1 pictures come with 8+8. Dont think there is a gigabyte oc revision 1 with 8+6 .

So... i replaced my 2 windforce for reference evga , they just arrived .
Edited by xabierr - 1/8/14 at 3:40am
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Originally Posted by reppel View Post

Gigabyte 780Ti Windforce OC (GV-N78TOC-3GD) rev 1.0

There's apparently the exact same model of the card being sold with two different PCBs, one is the reference, the other is the custom. The gigabyte support threw me off, maybe supposing it was a error of my part. It isn't, though. I've seen these two models well spread across reviews and youtube videos, both being advertised as the same. You can easily spot them by the power connectors or the custom logo. You can even make a costly mistake if you buy the ek waterplate from their website, as they refer to this model as having a reference pcb.




Does anyone know something about this?
Have looked everywhere, can't find info on this.
My trouble is, this model is the cheapest right now in Sweden, and it runs cooler than the reference too. But one thing is playing lotto with oc performance, another is doing it with pcbs, and I don't even know which one is better...

EDIT: WAAAIT, my bad. The first one is the Ghz edition. But doesn't matter, take a look here instead: http://hexus.net/tech/reviews/graphics/62537-gigabyte-geforce-gtx-780-ti-oc/
This one is the same, but you can see the logo and the dual 8pin connector. In contrast with the guru3d review which comes with reference pcb.

I have two 780ti Windforce, both with dual 8pin and custom PCB. Not sure why Gigabyte sold two types under the same N78TO-3GD part number, the dual 8pin card is bascially a GHZ, 116% power limit and GHZ clocks for the price of the standard TI, maybe they made a mistake?

Hexus review is fishy, shows a dual 8pin custom PCB but the power limit shown in the overclocking section has 106% power limit. Probably just regurgitated images...
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Just tested my 2 evga 780ti sc ,these are the ones replacing my 2 x windforce.

They have both 66 and 67 asic , but im running heaven at 1300 core 7900 memory aircooled without a single artifact ( using skynet bios 1.21v ) , cant wait for my waterblocks =)

One of my windforce had 88 or 87 % asic , and it was unstable at 1250 already and i couldnt clock memory past 7200...

I really dont understand , so much custom pcb , 8+8 , 88% asic , super air cooling and then 2 reference evga totally destroy my windforce scores..does not make sense at all.

Also my memory brand is hynix , for both windforce and evga ,evga can clock to 7900 ( didnt even test 8000 , who knows ) and windforce full of artifacts at 7300 , even at 7200 i had a few.
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Just tested my 2 evga 780ti sc ,these are the ones replacing my 2 x windforce.

They have both 66 and 67 asic , but im running heaven at 1300 core 7900 memory aircooled without a single artifact ( using skynet bios 1.21v ) , cant wait for my waterblocks =)

One of my windforce had 88 or 87 % asic , and it was unstable at 1250 already and i couldnt clock memory past 7200...

I really dont understand , so much custom pcb , 8+8 , 88% asic , super air cooling and then 2 reference evga totally destroy my windforce scores..does not make sense at all.

Also my memory brand is hynix , for both windforce and evga ,evga can clock to 7900 ( didnt even test 8000 , who knows ) and windforce full of artifacts at 7300 , even at 7200 i had a few.

Yeah I had a 75% asic Classified card and could only hit 1250, on air at 1.212, I think these classy cards do better with a lower asic value
 
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