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Whats the best reference Ti to get? Memory wise. Or are all the same?
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Originally Posted by Camberwell View Post

I've read conflicting things, maybe someone can set me straight? I've used Afterburner for years (currently on beta 18), and was planning to use it for the MSI GTX 780 Ti Gaming which I should be getting tomorrow, but I see some posts here that AB does not work with Ti's, is this true?

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Originally Posted by TTheuns View Post

Look at the pic of the box my MSI 780Ti came in. They'd better be supported if they're gonna print it on the front of the box!

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Originally Posted by error-id10t View Post

I swear I've read that he doesn't support TI .. maybe that's just reference though.

http://forums.guru3d.com/showpost.php?p=4760744&postcount=260

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Originally Posted by DerComissar View Post


Lets get this thing straight for future reference: MSI AfterBurner does not support ALL cards that are not reference, Alexei does not consider 780Ti reference, so, its not supported; HOWEVER...
ALL MSI cards are supported by MSI AfterBurner including any MSI 780TI!
So, this means all other brands 780Ti are not suported only MSI ones! thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by jezzer View Post

Whats the best reference Ti to get? Memory wise. Or are all the same?

Just go for the Classy in my opinion! Reference Ti without voltage control is a waste... biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Iceman1985 View Post

Hello guys, greetings from a fellow overclocker from sweden! smile.gif
So my EVGA 780Ti SC ACX died last week due to mining with it. I guess the VRM's couldn't handle the stress.

Anyhow, today i recieved an Asus 780Ti oc dcii which seems to be a pretty crappy overclocker :/ default the card is @ 1.175V and my highest possible OC is +60 offset on the core, precision x tells me that is 1150mhz.
ASIC's: 66%

Should i return this card? I'm thinking maye EVGA 780Ti SC with the reference cooler instead. (Bitfenix prodigy wth 4x fans at low speed)

Like above go Classy or get a reference and forget about mining and folding or your cards [R33] inductors will burn again, all reference boards Titan/780/780Ti share the same weak link with very high loads, again i say: Do not mine or fold with your cards as you will burn for sure your memory inductors, there are too many cases already to let this pass by!
Stay safe! thumb.gif


Cheers all

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Yes classy is good but i kinda need the blower cooler for an mini itx build. Also i am not going to use it as a card to push out a max super overclock and the classy is like 1050 dollar atm and the cheapest reference (from msi) is around 800 dollar so dont think i need that much juice, overclocking to a max 1150-1200 boost clock is all i need and i guess reference will do that job. Just dont want gimped mem chips so thats why i asked smile.gif
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Originally Posted by OccamRazor View Post

Lets get this thing straight for future reference: MSI AfterBurner does not support ALL cards that are not reference, Alexei does not consider 780Ti reference, so, its not supported; HOWEVER...
ALL MSI cards are supported by MSI AfterBurner including any MSI 780TI!
So, this means all other brands 780Ti are not suported only MSI ones! thumb.gif
Cheers all

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So MSI had Unwinder code Afterburner to work with their own 780 Ti only, not any other brand. Good trick. I would think this would have to be done by the software detecting an MSI bios on the gpu, unless there is another way to employ this kind of trickery.

Looks like Alexi does not consider the 780 Ti reference, unless it is made by MSI.rolleyes.gif
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I have evga 780ti ref cooler SC in 2Xsli. My volts are 1.212 core clock offset +221mhz and no offset to mem. During gameing my power % never goes above 85% and my temps never get above 67. Could I go higher on the volts w\o dmging anything( the guid on page one says not above 1.212 if on air). 2. when I tried the volt mod to unlock 1.3 for AB neither ri3 nor ri4 worked. I want to go water but Idk, if I cant go higher on the volts would I get any return for the investment( other than the fun of doing something new and cool!). So to sum up can I go higher on the volts, how do I go higher on the volts, and if I can get it higher is watercooling a good investment. Thank in advance for the help!
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Originally Posted by jezzer View Post

Yes classy is good but i kinda need the blower cooler for an mini itx build. Also i am not going to use it as a card to push out a max super overclock and the classy is like 1050 dollar atm and the cheapest reference (from msi) is around 800 dollar so dont think i need that much juice, overclocking to a max 1150-1200 boost clock is all i need and i guess reference will do that job. Just dont want gimped mem chips so thats why i asked smile.gif
I thought they made a classy with a blower cooler. Was that only the 600 series classies??
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Originally Posted by Jimhans1 View Post

Ok, just got the next step-up from EVGA, this Reference 780Ti #03G-P4-2881 card showed up in the foam packaging inside its box this time, and the PCIe tab has EVGA printed on it and NOT nVidia.

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So MSI had Unwinder code Afterburner to work with their own 780 Ti only, not any other brand. Good trick. I would think this would have to be done by the software detecting an MSI bios on the gpu, unless there is another way to employ this kind of trickery.

Looks like Alexi does not consider the 780 Ti reference, unless it is made by MSI.rolleyes.gif

Well, its MSI Afterburner for some reason, Alexei is the developer and proprietary but the sponsor is MSI, so, all their cards have to be supported! smile.gif

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Originally Posted by howsut View Post

I have evga 780ti ref cooler SC in 2Xsli. My volts are 1.212 core clock offset +221mhz and no offset to mem. During gameing my power % never goes above 85% and my temps never get above 67. Could I go higher on the volts w\o dmging anything( the guid on page one says not above 1.212 if on air). 2. when I tried the volt mod to unlock 1.3 for AB neither ri3 nor ri4 worked. I want to go water but Idk, if I cant go higher on the volts would I get any return for the investment( other than the fun of doing something new and cool!). So to sum up can I go higher on the volts, how do I go higher on the volts, and if I can get it higher is watercooling a good investment. Thank in advance for the help!

The AB volt mod and LLC hack do not work with 780Ti!
780Ti are stuck to 1,212V unless a hard mod is performed (a soldering iron and a resistor, warranty is voided)
Use PrecisionX to OC your card as its not supported properly by Afterburner!
In my honest opinion, if you want to OC, get a 780Ti Classified! You get a voltage tool with voltages up to 1,500V smile.gif


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Got my MSI GTX 780 Ti Gaming today. I am amazed how quiet this thing is under load.

65.7% ASIC.

http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/cha4g/
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Originally Posted by OccamRazor View Post

Well, its MSI Afterburner for some reason, Alexei is the developer and proprietary but the sponsor is MSI, so, all their cards have to be supported! smile.gif

The AB volt mod and LLC hack do not work with 780Ti!
780Ti are stuck to 1,212V unless a hard mod is performed (a soldering iron and a resistor, warranty is voided)
Use PrecisionX to OC your card as its not supported properly by Afterburner!
In my honest opinion, if you want to OC, get a 780Ti Classified! You get a voltage tool with voltages up to 1,500V smile.gif


Cheers

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Exactly.
I do miss using Afterburner, but have gotten used to PX again, since getting the EVGA 780 Ti.

However, for some reason I've been checking out the pricing on 780 Ti Classy's lately.rolleyes.gif
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