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hey guys, I'm considering buying msi gaming 780 ti for sli, other than the cooler(I have great air flow case so not a big concern) are these cards decent?

They surely are!
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They surely are!

That sold me, lol.. I always buy EVGA and never tried another company for many years, so kind of nervous about making the switch.
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That sold me, lol.. I always buy EVGA and never tried another company for many years, so kind of nervous about making the switch.

MSI's gaming series have reference boards but with custom designed coolers. There's not much to say against them except that they do make good cards, especially when it comes to their lightning series.
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i don't think the 790 will even be 5gb of van per chip. it was listed as 6gb total on a couple other sources…. and with the information given is it true that two 780s will be faster than the 790? i thought it was supposed to be in between the 780 and titan = making it faster than dual 780s

They always lower the clocks to fit the power envelope, after all its 2 power hungry hot GK110 chips in a single PCB!
Im not buying the 5GB either but with nvidia everything is possible... rolleyes.gif

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Looks like similar ASIC on the cards as well:

You've had much higher clocks on your 2500K than I have, like 5.3! I've never benched past 5.0 on mine, too much juice needed, and I don't want any voltage degradation.tongue.gif
I know it's getting old, but at 5K the performance still isn't bad with this cpu.

I don't even have an IR gun, but I'm not really worried about the vrm temps. at 1.212v. with the EK block, for the limited time that it's at that voltage.
But I can understand your concerns with the vrms on these reference 780 Ti's, they're not built with very good components for overvolting.
I follow the Classy and Kingpin threads, just to watch the show. It would be nice to have a much beefier pcb and components like the Classy's do.
But the price premium for me was too high.

As you have, I've benched my card in the high 1300's, with the memory into the 1900's. I had some memory artifacts at 2000, just not enough voltage available with these cards.
I've left that at 1850 for now.
For me, looping Heaven is a good stress test for the 24/7 clocks, as 1346 was fine in all the gaming and 3DMark runs, but it crashed in Heaven benching.
I would think you can run at least 1333 with your card 24/7, maybe higher.smile.gif

Sorry but I do not believe that it works 1346MHz on 1.212V....please run Metro LL Benchmark with max graphic settings. If your card pass 90 loops then I believe you.
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Looks like similar ASIC on the cards as well: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
You've had much higher clocks on your 2500K than I have, like 5.3! I've never benched past 5.0 on mine, too much juice needed, and I don't want any voltage degradation.tongue.gif
I know it's getting old, but at 5K the performance still isn't bad with this cpu.

I don't even have an IR gun, but I'm not really worried about the vrm temps. at 1.212v. with the EK block, for the limited time that it's at that voltage.
But I can understand your concerns with the vrms on these reference 780 Ti's, they're not built with very good components for overvolting.
I follow the Classy and Kingpin threads, just to watch the show. It would be nice to have a much beefier pcb and components like the Classy's do.
But the price premium for me was too high.

As you have, I've benched my card in the high 1300's, with the memory into the 1900's. I had some memory artifacts at 2000, just not enough voltage available with these cards.
I've left that at 1850 for now.
For me, looping Heaven is a good stress test for the 24/7 clocks, as 1346 was fine in all the gaming and 3DMark runs, but it crashed in Heaven benching.
I would think you can run at least 1333 with your card 24/7, maybe higher.smile.gif

Sorry but I do not believe that it works 1346MHz on 1.212V....please run Metro LL Benchmark with max graphic settings. If your card pass 90 loops then I believe you.
Sure, if you want to send me a copy of it, I'll be happy to. And it may crash running that game at 1346MHz, it wouldn't surprise me.
The post I was answering was from mxthunder. We both have EK blocks on our water-cooled cards, and were discussing using 1.212 v. for 24/7 settings.
In my previous post to him, I stated that 1333MHz was what I chose to use for 24/7:
www.overclock.net/t/1438886/official-nvidia-gtx-780-ti-owners-club/6860#post_21676234

In the next post that you quoted, I was pointing out that I was able to run my games, and pass my 3DMark runs, at 1346MHz, but I couldn't run Heaven looped at 1346MHz, it crashed at that speed.
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Sure, if you want to send me a copy of it, I'll be happy to. And it may crash running that game at 1346MHz, it wouldn't surprise me.
The post I was answering was from mxthunder. We both have EK blocks on our water-cooled cards, and were discussing using 1.212 v. for 24/7 settings.
In my previous post to him, I stated that 1333MHz was what I chose to use for 24/7:
www.overclock.net/t/1438886/official-nvidia-gtx-780-ti-owners-club/6860#post_21676234

In the next post that you quoted, I was pointing out that I was able to run my games, and pass my 3DMark runs, at 1346MHz, but I couldn't run Heaven looped at 1346MHz, it crashed at that speed.

Please show me results with 90 loops in the Metro LL Benchmark.....3dmark and other benchmark's are not good stres tests.....I benching everything and it works but Metro LL Benchmark crash always on 30-40 loop (after ~2 hours).
Edited by GTX780TI2013 - 1/30/14 at 1:44am
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And lets not forget that Metro is crap code, and will crash on normal clocks just as often as not. smile.gif
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Guys, you do know there is not such a thing as stable OC right? You have different core and memory OC's for every piece of software out there whether its games or benches!
You might find that a couple of games and a bench share the same OC but its not true with them all and if you settle for a lower OC because you want to have a "stable" everything OC you will have to lower it a lot
you will be better of with buying a second card and go SLI for that!
Come on guys this is OCN! We breath OC! Lets not get lost in technicalities! tongue.gif

Let get a group hug huh?

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Guys, you do know there is not such a thing as stable OC right? You have different core and memory OC's for every piece of software out there whether its games or benches!
You might find that a couple of games and a bench share the same OC but its not true with them all and if you settle for a lower OC because you want to have a "stable" everything OC you will have to lower it a lot
you will be better of with buying a second card and go SLI for that!
Come on guys this is OCN! We breath OC! Lets not get lost in technicalities! tongue.gif

Let get a group hug huh?

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This was exactly the case for me with my SLI 580's.
My 780Ti seems to be more consistent though.
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