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post #6821 of 16504
Ok, i just submitted my form. I tried quad ti's and it was disappointing. A friend sold me a pr of 290x Sapphires with a performance bios

which beat my titans.

I had no idea you could do this, so here I am hoping to learn enough about it to give it a whirl.

here's a few results : Some results r stock, some oced. Simply to compare the difference.


http://www.3dmark.com/fs/1546401 http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/7817613 http://www.3dmark.com/cg/1342182


http://www.3dmark.com/3dmv/4938609 http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/7817384 http://www.3dmark.com/3dmv/4896881




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post #6822 of 16504
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Originally Posted by fishingfanatic View Post

Ok, i just submitted my form. I tried quad ti's and it was disappointing. A friend sold me a pr of 290x Sapphires with a performance bios

which beat my titans.

I had no idea you could do this, so here I am hoping to learn enough about it to give it a whirl.

here's a few results : Some results r stock, some oced. Simply to compare the difference.


http://www.3dmark.com/fs/1546401 http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/7817613 http://www.3dmark.com/cg/1342182


http://www.3dmark.com/3dmv/4938609 http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/7817384 http://www.3dmark.com/3dmv/4896881




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The only problem with 4 is you hit a wall if you OC and try to benchmark especially at 4.7. My 3 780Ti I can't break over 1200 core on all 3 at 4.6 on my 4930K without a bottleneck of the CPU. My cards can do 1336 core on air so I have a good ways to go. Hopefully next month I am going to try to bin some Ivy Bridge E and try to find me a great OC one. My 3930K can do 5 ghz at 1.45v but I can't keep the temps down.
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I'm really enjoying this card! The ACX cooler is quiet! Sometimes I have to alt-tab to see if my fans are running lol. Since the temps will be -30 tomorrow (wind chill factored in), I might flash the bios and see how high I can go thumb.gif
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post #6824 of 16504
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WOW! That video is CLEAR! And SMOOTH when you're panning down looking @ the back part of the PCB!

Also, you have balls for buying a used 780 Ti. biggrin.gif

Thanks, I like making videos of stuff I buy. It gives people an idea of what they are getting I think. So many reviews are just of people talking smack and reading off a paper. We all read the specs, but picture speaks thousand words.

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Careful, he might have returned it after binning it to see how it clocks. The local microcenter here has fallen prey to that before
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That's what I was thinking. But not just that. What if it was damaged in some way?

Yep, it was not behaving well when overclocked after putting a water block on it.. Good thing it came with 30 days standard return. They were nice enough to not give me hard time about it when I explained it. Also manager gave me a discount on MSI 780ti Gaming OC edition!!

So overall I was a happy customer and got lucky in the end, and that was the first and last time I am buying a returned product, even if it is checked by EVGA, you never know what kind of tests they ran, and as far as I know its for the same reason guy before me returned it as well.


On the plus side, I was able to make a video of heatsink removal when I was putting the waterblock on before I returned it. I will put that up here later to help out folks.
Edited by SamEkinci - 1/27/14 at 4:14pm
post #6825 of 16504
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Originally Posted by fishingfanatic View Post

Ok, i just submitted my form. I tried quad ti's and it was disappointing. A friend sold me a pr of 290x Sapphires with a performance bios

which beat my titans.

I had no idea you could do this, so here I am hoping to learn enough about it to give it a whirl.

here's a few results : Some results r stock, some oced. Simply to compare the difference.


http://www.3dmark.com/fs/1546401 http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/7817613 http://www.3dmark.com/cg/1342182


http://www.3dmark.com/3dmv/4938609 http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/7817384 http://www.3dmark.com/3dmv/4896881




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Never knew one could earn that much money on fishing to buy 4 Ti's tongue.gif. Or is it Phishing you do? tongue.gif
No, but seriously, that's over the top, in a good way. I saw your g.skill run at 800 mhz, what are your timings? Which G.skill do you have? How many voltage (and, watercooled?)
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post #6826 of 16504
Yeah, I can get my 3960 up to 5 ghz np. The 4960 I can't seem to get over 4.8.

Over 1300 on the core? Which bios r u using?

I'll likely try just the 1 until I get more comfortable with switching the bios.

Should've kept the titan that had the ASIC of 76.9%.

Well at least 1 has a decent asic of 75.1%




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post #6827 of 16504
My system is as follows, for me it is my only remaining passion besides fishing,...thumb.gif

4960x Rampage IV Black 16gbs of Quad channel 4x4gbs of G Skill Trident X 2400 Mhz. Currently using a Tundra 02 until my Kraken

X60 comes back from RMA. The Tundra has 4 fans, all gelids, at 75 cfm/fan.

Kingston E50 2540gb in Raid 1 for my os. My storage and apps r on a 1tb WD Black and my benching software is on my 500gb

Raptor drive.

Have a V3 120gb for my benching software, but haven't installed it yet..

All of this fits quite nicely into my Lian Li PC V2120. Love the case! Totally modular, hand assembled, removable motherboard tray,....


My masterpiece benching build!!! Nothing wced at all with the exception of the cpu sealed unit Not true wcing of course.. Still learning how to figure out the bios tweaks. Have to set up ROG Connect.

I've heard good things about it.



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Edit: ram is a preset mode 3 for performance in the bios. It's supposed to be the benching settings. Without it, 1333 mhz. I haven't even learned how to oc ram yet.
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Edited by fishingfanatic - 1/27/14 at 6:33pm
post #6828 of 16504
Hot damn those 780 ti backplates sold out in minutes it seems.
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post #6829 of 16504
Ok, so how do I back up the bios on my card? Obviously the 1st thing to do, I just haven't done any of this b4.

Then I imagine this all goes on a USB flash drive, then what, activate an installer for the new 1?




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post #6830 of 16504
smile.gif Proud owner of my first Nvidia card, Asus dcu II gtx 780 ti @1224mhz on stock bios with an fx8350 @5.0ghz. Adding the new card to my loop as soon as possible. Patiently waiting for an ek block. I'm coming from an ati 7970 lightning and couldn't be happier. Played Crysis 3 at very high settings with low aa for about an hour this morning and it handled it like a champ. Stable in Tomb Raider benchmark as well, 55fps.
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