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post #6921 of 16504
Last try under WC, next some cold test with this Zotac GTX 780Ti Amp! Edition:



Gpu @ RL at 1470Mhz with 1.379V
Rams at 1950

Cheers!
post #6922 of 16504
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Originally Posted by nachoarroyo View Post

Last try under WC, next some cold test with this Zotac GTX 780Ti Amp! Edition:



Gpu @ RL at 1470Mhz with 1.379V
Rams at 1950

Cheers!

Abysmal! Big congrats!

A general question, thought it was time to get my hands dirty with the EVGA 780Ti SC ACX but my first question is why the stock voltage is 1.162 and not 1.175 like my ex Palit 780Ti Jetstream had?
post #6923 of 16504
Thanks!

The V can variate in different cards Netherwind, all about of each GPU.
post #6924 of 16504
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Originally Posted by Jodiuh View Post

No dice. Still reads 1.2V in both AB and GPU-Z, both latest versions.

+0 = 1.2V max
+75 = 1.2V max

It's a shame cause my GPU typically runs @ 65C, so I definitely have room for some more volts. frown.gif

I noticed this in the last version of AB and really like it...my fan speeds get saved in the profiles now. Before I used to have to crank it to 66% manually after hitting auto @ the end of a gaming session. Now I just click the profile 2 for auto fan speed and profile 3 for 66%. I love when little things come together.


Don't remember if I've asked this in here yet, but does anyone else use Nvidia Inspector Multi Display Power Saver? I updated to the new NV drivers last night and it broke this feature. Now when I enable it, the screens freeze and I have to hit the power button...shuts down nicely though. Little bummed cause this saved me 75 watts from the wall on the previous driver. Anyone?

You can always try the voltmod and give it 1,212V! (Remember that LLC plays a part in this, so, when you set 1,212V in AB you have: (1,212V +- 0,025V = -1,187V / +1.237V))
Its a minor variation and the drivers/PMW/bios might allow it and could muster you a nice increase in Mhz at a little more heat!
Only if you try you find out! More voltage will trigger the driver limitation and will crash your card! thumb.gif
Last beta drivers freezes all my games, cant even alt tab or ctrl+alt+del or alt+f4!

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Originally Posted by Marvin82 View Post

The problem are the fans. The rotate with the skynet too slow. I have the iChill and runs with the reference bios mod too slow.
So i need edit my bios frown.gif

Use the custom profiles in AB or PrecisionX to increase the fans, it can be loaded at boot!
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Originally Posted by Netherwind View Post

Abysmal! Big congrats!

A general question, thought it was time to get my hands dirty with the EVGA 780Ti SC ACX but my first question is why the stock voltage is 1.162 and not 1.175 like my ex Palit 780Ti Jetstream had?

All chips have different VID depending on leakage they have. its coded in the ASIC when they are tested for the first time in the TSMC factory!


Cheers all

Ed

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All chips have different VID depending on leakage they have. its coded in the ASIC when they are tested for the first time in the TSMC factory!

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So what does this mean? That my card wont accept high clocks? My ASIC is 70,5%
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Going to be buying a 780 Ti classified soon and I was wondering if this sounds good. Can anyone let me know? Thanks!

From seller:
"...if i remember correctly the Classy's ASIC was 70ish, which i guess what i have seen from Classy is good. Stock volts could clock to 1250 (+100) (stock boost is 1150 on stock volts), didn't really try to push a lot of volts through it, as i was mostly looking for game stable clocks."
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So what does this mean? That my card wont accept high clocks? My ASIC is 70,5%

No.

Nope. Asic doesn't guarantee anything other than how much voltage leak a chip has.

Basically one chip will take little more voltage to reach the same clocks as another.
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Going to be buying a 780 Ti classified soon and I was wondering if this sounds good. Can anyone let me know? Thanks!

From seller:
"...if i remember correctly the Classy's ASIC was 70ish, which i guess what i have seen from Classy is good. Stock volts could clock to 1250 (+100) (stock boost is 1150 on stock volts), didn't really try to push a lot of volts through it, as i was mostly looking for game stable clocks."

Most Classy Ti's end up in the low 60's asic range. Disregard the Asic though.

If it's hitting mid 1200 on stock volts, it's a good chip. You'll hit 1300 easily with a little voltage.
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Just ordered an EVGA 780Ti ACX from Amazon smile.gif Should arrive Friday! So stoked!
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So what does this mean? That my card wont accept high clocks? My ASIC is 70,5%

Means all cards have different idle and load voltages depending on the leakage they have, the more leakage means more voltage is required to sustain those clocks!

Cheers

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