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GTX 780Ti Zotac
80.80.30.00.01

GTX 780Ti Zotac


Cheers

Ed

(Team skyn3t)
Thanks, I will let you know how my overclocking goes.
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is 1.21v safe for ref-cooling 24/7?
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is 1.21v safe for ref-cooling 24/7?

Yes
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That article you linked has some serious issues... They indicate that that a single 780Ti vs two 780Ti only gives a 12 FPS increase in BF4at 1920x1080???? Not a chance. My FPS from one card to two almost doubled... Yet somehow their Crossfire 290x cards a 62FPS increase over a single card at the same resolution. I would not be surprised if Crossfire 290x pull away at 4k resolutions as they do tend to scale better at high res but I have no words for what they are demonstrating...

And how is it that 3 cards run slower than 2? Do these guys have a clue about how to configure SLI?



Yeah its definitely weird what they are putting out there... Im not to sure what that means...

anyways so you think 2x's 780ti vs 3x's 780 overclocked ?

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Got my 780ti reference a week ago and forgot to post pics, will do so in a few days when I remove it from the rig. Went reference solely for the sexiness.

70% ASIC, stable at 1253 in Heaven, Valley, BF4 and FC3, Holy batman. Haven't tried going higher because I honestly don't feel like I need to. Maybe when i get bored one day.
I have to say, coming from a 7970 that has plagued me with problems from day one, and sounded like a jet engine even at 50% fan speed I'm extremely happy. My god, I can run 8x AA just for no reason at all.
Compared to the XFX 7970 I had, this card is beyond quiet. 100% RPM is quieter than my old card at 50% speed. It makes no sense, and there is 0% coil whine.

I can't see myself ever choosing AMD over Nvidia, now that I have experienced the king in all his glory. The flipping thing plays AMD branded games better than AMD's productsby far. Where they do that at??

All I need now is a 120hz 1440p monitor to actually put some load on this card.

the xfx 7970 is a killer card to it on water and its overclock is unreal, Im using one right now and actually have two I can SLI... but am selling everything to finish my gold rush build which will take another 3 months of custom paint, powdercoating, cabling and modding frown.gif
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My ref EVGA 780TI is completely stock, how come after 30 mins of looping Valley my core clock is 543mhz? My case is well ventilated Switch 810 and PSU is OCZ ZX 1000w. My GPU temps never exceed 74c.
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^Did you just reinstall drivers?
    
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Howdy gentlemen. I'm waiting for my EVGA 780ti Classified to get delivered and want to get prepared for the OC'ing fun that I"m going to be having.

I was checking out the OP on the 1st page and didn't see a BIOS for the Classified version. Which BIOS should I use to disable Boost, raise TDP, etc.... ?

Also, and I may be a moron on this one, but I can't find a link to the Classified Voltage Tool so that I can really have some fun this weekend when it gets here. Can someone point me in the right direction?

Thanks and I'm sure I'll have more questions once the fun begins. I have a 7990 right now but it's on eBay because I got SICK AND TIRED of Crossfire issues. It's going to be nice to be back on the Green team after 4 years. thumb.gif
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My ref EVGA 780TI is completely stock, how come after 30 mins of looping Valley my core clock is 543mhz? My case is well ventilated Switch 810 and PSU is OCZ ZX 1000w. My GPU temps never exceed 74c.

Are you using Valley itself to read clocks? If so, be aware it reports core clocks wrong with any bios that has boost enabled.
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Howdy gentlemen. I'm waiting for my EVGA 780ti Classified to get delivered and want to get prepared for the OC'ing fun that I"m going to be having.

I was checking out the OP on the 1st page and didn't see a BIOS for the Classified version. Which BIOS should I use to disable Boost, raise TDP, etc.... ?

Also, and I may be a moron on this one, but I can't find a link to the Classified Voltage Tool so that I can really have some fun this weekend when it gets here. Can someone point me in the right direction?

Thanks and I'm sure I'll have more questions once the fun begins. I have a 7990 right now but it's on eBay because I got SICK AND TIRED of Crossfire issues. It's going to be nice to be back on the Green team after 4 years. thumb.gif
Congrats on ordering a great card.
Here's the place you want to be:
www.overclock.net/t/1411500/official-evga-classified-owners-club
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Thanks man.
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