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Alright guys, spent this evening going to the girlfriends house to set up her new desk and more importantly, install the G10 on her gtx 780 ti SC w/ACX

Corsair H90 140mm AIO cooler
92mm Noctua PWM fan on the G10 Bracket
140mm Noctua PWM radiator fan on the 140mm radiator

this bracket is no easy task to install thats for sure. And i don't know about the other 780 Ti cards, but the SC w/ACX has a plate very similar to a back plate that is inbetween the circuit board and the cooler that seems to attach to the VRMS for cooling. Sadly without modifying this bracket, the G10 cooler would NOT fit. It was actually the corsair h90 water cooler that had clearance issues. i may look into trimming some of the bracket and re installing it as i am a fan of having better vrm cooling capability. also didn't get a chance to wire up one of the sabertooth heat probes to the vrm like i wanted. just ran out of time.

but i was able to get about 10 minutes of valley benchmark going on stock speeds and the temp did not dare go over 42*C. inbetween scenes i would see it drop to 39*C for the brief second the screen went black thats how well this thing cools.

can't wait till this weekend to go back and try out some nice overclocking. i was having really good luck with it with just the ACX cooler so it will be nice to see how well it OC's now.

and best of all, who doesn't want a watercooled GPU for under $100 (although i spent a little more opting for Noctua fans)

G10 bracket gets a thumbs up from me. although they seriously could have made the screws a little bit longer that go through the card for mounting. i mean like 1-2mm would have made a huge difference. and you have to be careful when tightening it down as it doesn't ever get snug or you'll see some bending going on.

one last thing to note, the hoses on my H90 were just BARELY long enough as the only mounting place i was left with in my Corsair 500R was on the bottom intake. wasn't able to ziptie the hoses neatly to the bracket as they wouldn't be long enough.

only pics i got a chance to take

this part of the bracket is where the clearance issues arrived. the 4 screw holes need to be removed for the h90 cold plate to fit on the die.
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Edited by IMI4tth3w - 2/5/14 at 9:41pm
post #7162 of 16490
Hey guys, I see a lot of you own or have owned both the GTX 780 and the GTX 780 Ti so I'm hoping for some objective advice.

I currently have an Asus GTX 680 DirectCu II oc'd to 1250MHz and a 3770k @ 4.5GHz, and this has been fine for BF4 on Ultra at 1200p. However, I have just upgraded to a Korean Qnix 1440p which sits at 120Hz, so of course I can't run anywhere near the same settings!

I'm on a bit of a budget but I figure can squeeze an Asus GTX 780 DirectCu II. The reason for going for the same DirectCu II cooler is that I have a very quiet setup. Thing is, I have a chance to buy a nearly new MSI GTX 780 Ti for the same money, but it's a reference model.

I guess my main question is, how loud are these reference coolers (especially compared to a DirectCu II), and is it the extra noise worth it for the added performance?
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both the same gpu's? Maybe gpu-z is wrong, tried another tool to log the voltages?

what other tool should I try
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what other tool should I try

GPU-z, -> sensors tab
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post #7165 of 16490
thats what I was using lol

-edit, after a reboot, it says both gpus are only going up to 1.2 (using msi ab beta 18, set voltage to +100)

is the llc causing this? do I need to do the disable hack?
post #7166 of 16490
Last night I was using the sky bios,today I`ve shutdown the pc for a little cleaning and when I`ve start it again my cand won`t post,bricked card,a GTX 780 Ti,pls help!I can`t manage to unbrick it again,I`ve tried DOS flash,everything,nothing works,pls help!
post #7167 of 16490
This is how my card looks like now: http://gpuz.techpowerup.com/14/02/06/23h.png
Also my soundcard is not seen by my motherboard....what is up with that?
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Originally Posted by Camberwell View Post

Hey guys, I see a lot of you own or have owned both the GTX 780 and the GTX 780 Ti so I'm hoping for some objective advice.

I currently have an Asus GTX 680 DirectCu II oc'd to 1250MHz and a 3770k @ 4.5GHz, and this has been fine for BF4 on Ultra at 1200p. However, I have just upgraded to a Korean Qnix 1440p which sits at 120Hz, so of course I can't run anywhere near the same settings!

I'm on a bit of a budget but I figure can squeeze an Asus GTX 780 DirectCu II. The reason for going for the same DirectCu II cooler is that I have a very quiet setup. Thing is, I have a chance to buy a nearly new MSI GTX 780 Ti for the same money, but it's a reference model.

I guess my main question is, how loud are these reference coolers (especially compared to a DirectCu II), and is it the extra noise worth it for the added performance?
Imo it would be better to go for the 780 Ti, as you will appreciate the extra performance, especially with that snazzy monitor.
I have a 780 Ti with the reference cooler, although it's on water now, the reference cooler is really well made, and wasn't too loud when I first tested the card. It also has the advantage of exhausting the heat out of the case, unlike the DCII coolers.
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post #7170 of 16490
C`mon,I need some help guyz..how can I unbrick my card?
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