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Ok guys latest news from my card. I could run at 1280 - 7300 without artifact (Firestrike - Unigine Valley) 3DMark11 crahes

firestrike
http://i.hizliresim.com/ead9Pz.png

Firestrike Extreme
http://i.hizliresim.com/xAnoGQ.png

Unigine Valley
http://i.hizliresim.com/x9gMMO.png
Edited by DJ_OXyGeNe_8 - 2/3/14 at 11:59am
post #7092 of 16499
which bran should i go with the gtx 780 ti Asus or Evga?

i saw lots of people had coil whine issue on Evga gtx780 ti classified and Superclocked either.But i couldnt find anything telling wrong about Asus.I know every component can have coil whine but the i am trying to avoid the majority..

thanks in advance.
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Originally Posted by SpiritRises View Post

which bran should i go with the gtx 780 ti Asus or Evga?

i saw lots of people had coil whine issue on Evga gtx780 ti classified and Superclocked either.But i couldnt find anything telling wrong about Asus.I know every component can have coil whine but the i am trying to avoid the majority..

thanks in advance.

EVGA, if the coil whine is bad to you, they will RMA the card, asus I've found will only RMA if the card has a physical issue. And they don't consider coil whine an issue.......
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Hi all, im new to this forum and happened to stumble across it when pondering on whether or not i want to OC my already OC'd Msi twin frozr 780 ti. So what do i do to reach its maximum potential? When do i know i've reached it after tinkering with AB? And since i got it on SLI i was wondering whether i should WC these babies or not i seem a bit nervous to do so because im paranoid about leaks and my messing up :/
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My card is very bad 1.2ghz is the max stable I can get with 1.212v...
I Wonder if I should sell it and grab another one rolleyes.gif
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My card is very bad 1.2ghz is the max stable I can get with 1.212v...
I Wonder if I should sell it and grab another one rolleyes.gif

Am I the only person who thinks it's funny that a card that "only" gets a roughly 35% OC over stock reference speeds on a voltage locked card and it is considered "very bad"??
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Am I the only person who thinks it's funny that a card that "only" gets a roughly 35% OC over stock reference speeds on a voltage locked card and it is considered "very bad"??

Nope, me too.

I could hit a max of 1176 mhz with 1.212v with my Titan and I was middle of the pack oc wise. Some didn't get that high.

Now we have the 780 Ti which is a fully enabled Titan and people complain about "only" hitting 1200 mhz.

Just goes to show that Nvidia was serious about taking down the R9 series with this card. Even though they are close at stock, the 780 Ti overclocks better with a ton less voltage.
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Am I the only person who thinks it's funny that a card that "only" gets a roughly 35% OC over stock reference speeds on a voltage locked card and it is considered "very bad"??

nope, me too, too.

And that's on air relatively quiet. It gets even better under water.
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Hi all, im new to this forum and happened to stumble across it when pondering on whether or not i want to OC my already OC'd Msi twin frozr 780 ti. So what do i do to reach its maximum potential? When do i know i've reached it after tinkering with AB? And since i got it on SLI i was wondering whether i should WC these babies or not i seem a bit nervous to do so because im paranoid about leaks and my messing up :/

Ive got the msi twin frozer model and it overclocks nicely! I tried skynet bios but found that I could get almost as close witht he stock bios etc so im on stock bios getting 1240mhz/1900 max temp 70c thumb.gifthumb.gif
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Originally Posted by OccamRazor View Post

Do you have a Gainward?
If so this is the bios: skyn3t-Ti-vBios-Gainward
You have a newer revision but it will work as its reference, sometimes the problem is the fans quantity as it changes from bios to bios, anyway if you spot anything (Really bios related) out of the ordinary PM me your original stock bios and i see what i can do! thumb.gif

And fill your SIG with your RIG, it "helps" us to help YOU!
You have a link in my SIG! thumb.gif


Cheers

Ed

(Team skyn3t)

Thanks! It worked like a charm, the BIOS version didn't matter. I happen to have a Gainward and a Zotac reference (long story), flashed the Gainward BIOS for the Gainward, and the Zotac BIOS for the Zotac. Got the added volts, power target at 120%, and managed to get +260 core, was on +240 previously, and of course, no more downclocking:D

Firestrike score ended up being 20311, the Graphics score was above 26000, can't remember the exact number.
Edited by CerN - 2/3/14 at 3:31pm
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