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Originally Posted by JONDJ23 View Post

Hey everyone, I have a two 780 ti on sli and I can't seem to find the answer to this, but both cards have two sli connector and I was wondering if I need both pairs connected, or will one pair of connection suffice?
Only use 1 SLI bridge (SLI Connector). I don't think it matters which of the 2 you use, but i use the 2 closest to the bracket (where the display ports are)

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I see some mentions of the GTX 790 and its 10GB framebuffer. It will be 5GB usable guys. 5GB each gpu but still 5GB effective for usage. Which is aaaaa loooottttt! wink.gif

Also I see mentions about the average OC for the Ti's. Those "unfortunate" will cores that do "only" 1200-1250Mhz gaming stable I will let you with this.

Benchmarks/synthetics aside, in gaming going from 1230Mhz core to 1280Mhz core it will translate to probably just 2-3FPS. May vary in games tho.

It will need a 1350-1400Mhz+ 780 to match our 1230-1280Mhz 780Ti's.

I will test Crysis 3 and BF4 at 1200Mhz and 1250Mhz and see how much "lower" fps I will get. thumb.gif
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Just plopped down the money to grab a 780Ti! Can't wait to receive it and join the club properly!
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I just picked up two EVGA 780 TI reference. They came with 80.80.34.00.80 bios, is it alright to flash the current version of 80.80.30.00.80 on the OP ?
No problem, the bios is compatible. I also have the EVGA reference card, and it came with the newer bios number. The skyn3T bios works really well.
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So, in MSI Afterburner my second 780ti shows OV MAX LIMIT 1, no matter if I run stock or overclocked. What does this mean? GPU1 always show 0.
Also, the +75mv in Afterburner doesn't seem to do anything, is there anything I have to do somewhere?
Edited by CerN - 1/25/14 at 4:47am
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Hi Guys

I was wondering if flashing the cards with modified bios and back with the original one will leave traces somewhere in some sort of cache or whatever. I mean for the guarantee, if for same reason we have to RMA our cards. If yes, how can we delete/empty that stored data?

Thanks
Edited by bertikul - 1/25/14 at 6:17am
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Holy ........ Is that 2x 8pin + 6 pin I see..?? I suppose those coolers on the Kingpin versions are just for show, right..?? I would love to see the numbers on that!
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Holy ........ Is that 2x 8pin + 6 pin I see..?? I suppose those coolers on the Kingpin versions are just for show, right..?? I would love to see the numbers on that!

Are all of these Power Connectors must be connected for the normal OC use under Air Cooling ?
Or can the Card used with only 2x8pin ??
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Got tired of waiting for a reasonably priced R9 290 so i got myself a 780 Ti

Here it is:








Besides my 660:



*Im going to edit this post with a gpu-z screenshot later
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I see some mentions of the GTX 790 and its 10GB framebuffer. It will be 5GB usable guys. 5GB each gpu but still 5GB effective for usage. Which is aaaaa loooottttt! wink.gif

Also I see mentions about the average OC for the Ti's. Those "unfortunate" will cores that do "only" 1200-1250Mhz gaming stable I will let you with this.

Benchmarks/synthetics aside, in gaming going from 1230Mhz core to 1280Mhz core it will translate to probably just 2-3FPS. May vary in games tho.

It will need a 1350-1400Mhz+ 780 to match our 1230-1280Mhz 780Ti's.

I will test Crysis 3 and BF4 at 1200Mhz and 1250Mhz and see how much "lower" fps I will get. thumb.gif

Hey, "Drakoniakki" tongue.gif
I could be wrong but i doubt the 790 with 5GB framebuffer, 3GB is a more likely scenario but with nvidia you can never know... wink.gif

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Originally Posted by CerN View Post

So, in MSI Afterburner my second 780ti shows OV MAX LIMIT 1, no matter if I run stock or overclocked. What does this mean? GPU1 always show 0.
Also, the +75mv in Afterburner doesn't seem to do anything, is there anything I have to do somewhere?

Yes, you have to use PrecisionX because AB doesnt support 780Ti properly as its not a reference card for AB's creator (Unwinder), only 780 is reference!
Dont worry about OV MAX LIMIT is just showing you how many times the card reached the max default voltage! thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by bertikul View Post

Hi Guys

I was wondering if flashing the cards with modified bios and back with the original one will leave traces somewhere in some sort of cache or whatever. I mean for the guarantee, if for same reason we have to RMA our cards. If yes, how can we delete/empty that stored data?

Thanks

No such thing as bios cache or stored data, dont worry about it! thumb.gif
Always flash the appropriate brand modded bios for your card! you have it in the OP!

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Originally Posted by kakakakaka View Post

Holy ........ Is that 2x 8pin + 6 pin I see..?? I suppose those coolers on the Kingpin versions are just for show, right..?? I would love to see the numbers on that!

No they arent... KPE is a card for heavy OC! Those who buy it thinking it will grant you higher OC on air will surely be disappointed! Its a card to put under water at minimum and optimal for LN2 and DICE!
Go here to our 780Ti Classified K|NGP|N thread: http://www.overclock.net/t/1459307/780-ti-classy-k-ngp-n-owners-club/0_100#post_21587546
Soon we'll have some benches for all! thumb.gif

Cheers

Ed

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