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post #7321 of 16490
Got a question for you lot,ive got the chance to buy a secondhand 3 month old EVGA GTX 780 Ti Classified with a ASIC score of 61.3% should I leave it and not bother.

Thanks
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Got a question for you lot,ive got the chance to buy a secondhand 3 month old EVGA GTX 780 Ti Classified with a ASIC score of 61.3% should I leave it and not bother.

Thanks
If it's a good price, go for it. It seems that the ASIC score does not matter as much, especially when over clocking. My 780 Ti has an ASIC of 61.1%, and it is running at 1200 core on boost on 1.187v on stock bios.
post #7323 of 16490
Its about £110 cheaper than a new card over here in the UK i may just get a new one and buy the extra warranty from EVGA for the 5 years that way im safe.
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Been following this thread for a while...

Firstly, my condolences on Zawarudo, I haven't done a photo, but I have put his name up there in the Firestrike Hall of Fame:

http://www.3dmark.com/hall-of-fame-2/fire+strike+3dmark+score+performance+preset/version+1.1/3+gpu (no.16 for 3x GPUs) No 50 overall.

Just wanted to say thank you to Syn3t (and your whole team) for the effort you given to the whole Overclocking community.

If anyone still has questions on water cooling the 780 Ti or Tri Sli happy to give some input.
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Been following this thread for a while...

Firstly, my condolences on Zawarudo, I haven't done a photo, but I have put his name up there in the Firestrike Hall of Fame:

http://www.3dmark.com/hall-of-fame-2/fire+strike+3dmark+score+performance+preset/version+1.1/3+gpu (no.16 for 3x GPUs) No 50 overall.

Just wanted to say thank you to Syn3t (and your whole team) for the effort you given to the whole Overclocking community.

If anyone still has questions on water cooling the 780 Ti or Tri Sli happy to give some input.


Thank you for your thoughts and kindness! It has been though to loose such a wonderful person and a dear Friend!
On my Brothers behalf and mine i thank you!
Head out here and leave a message on his thread, we will keep it open: http://www.overclock.net/t/1425102/updated-ab-b18-team-skyn3ts-unlocked-ncp4206-voltage-llc-mod-tool/0_100


Cheers

Ed

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Hey guys, welcome your latest member!
Did you just buy that on Marktplaats? I was looking at that one too!
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Ok after flashing skyn3t's BIOS I've tried some OCing on my Zotac 780 Ti reference and benched it. I cannot run 3DMark Fire Strike for some reason (I get a crash with Problem Event Name: CLR20r3, anyone know a fix?)

Anyway, I've done 3DMark 11 Extreme and Unigine Valley Extreme HD.
Here's a list of my scores:

3DMark 11: score/graphics score/clock offset
x5096 (4879) (0/0)
x6046 (5900) (250/0)
x6058 (5919) (250/250)
x6079 (5936) (260/0)
FAIL (260/250)
FAIL (260/500)
FAIL (275/0)
FAIL (300/0)

Valley: score/clock offset
2707 (0/0)
3156 (250/0)
3210 (250/250)
3172 (260/0)

Base core clock is 1020 and base memory clock is 3499 so +250 core = 1270, +260 core = 1279 and +250 memory = 3749

Is this a decent overclock and are these normal scores for such an overclock? And more importantly, how does this compare vs a stock 7990 (card I replaced with this 780 Ti)? I'm running an i5 2500k @ 4.3 btw, may explain the slightly low combined score for 3DMark. Also another question, I monitored volts during Valley benchmark using Rivatuner and it was stuck at 1.2V even though I specified 1.212V in Precision X. What do I have to do to get 1.212V to work properly and would this allow me to squeeze a few more MHz?

Anyone have any answer for this? Sorry I made it too long, basically I'm wondering if my card at +250/+250 (1270/3749) or +260/+0 (1279/3499) runs faster or slower than a stock-clocked 7990? Also, my voltage seems to be stuck at 1.2V, do you think I could increase clocks even further if I used 1.212V? Also I haven't played much with memory yet, I could probably push it more, what's a good overclock for Hynix memory?
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Hello everyone. I am trying to change my BIOS using the EZflash utility. I have renamed the ROM for my card which is the evga 780 ti ACX to x.rom as stated, disable the protection and then press 3 to update the BIOS. But it seems to not be changing anything? The version it gives me and the one it is updating to is the exact same, is it supposed to be like that?
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Hello everyone. I am trying to change my BIOS using the EZflash utility. I have renamed the ROM for my card which is the evga 780 ti ACX to x.rom as stated, disable the protection and then press 3 to update the BIOS. But it seems to not be changing anything? The version it gives me and the one it is updating to is the exact same, is it supposed to be like that?
Have you restarted your computer? I don't know if it's necessary but I did and I got the new BIOS upon restart.
post #7330 of 16490
Well, I'm a part of the 780 ti family! My EVGA 780 ti sc acx just came in from amazon!

It has a decent asic score....



Hopefully that translates to decent overclocks on air because this bad boy is going in to an itx build I'm working on! tongue.gif

Edit: Looks like I need a new version of gpu-z lol
Edited by h2spartan - 2/11/14 at 12:33pm
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