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The boost clock on my 780 Ti gets to about 1150mhz on it's own so I wouldn't doubt that over 1200 is possible without BIO's tweaks and it being under water.
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dang man, that sucks sorry to hear it.

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Sorry to hear that, hope you get your Paypal refund OK.

Thanks for the kind words guys. There's plenty of evidence to pin the guy so it should be fine *fingers crossed*.

I don't want to derail the thread any further so back to the 780Ti! biggrin.gif

Would a 360mm Alphacool Monsta in P/P with fans at 800 rpm be enough to bring the peak temps of a pair of these cards down to about 60 degrees celsius in a room where the ambient is ~30 degrees celsius? Yes my room is that hot most of the time without the airconditioning on. Just a typical day on my sunny island.

Edit: Cards would be at stock.
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On eds volt mod / llc guide it says
I'm guessing one is for 780 and the other for Titan but the guide doesn't offer any suggestions so do I need ri4 or ri3 for my 780Ti

No, "ri3 and ri4" just reflect different buck controller "positions"! wink.gif
It doesnt work properly with the 780Ti, im afraid, you can try it of course but voltage becomes erratic and fails (crashes etc) after 1,212V stock!
Its the new PMW in the 780Ti, thank nvidia for that! tongue.gif

Cheers

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1200 MHz is virtually guaranteed. Some lucky ones get over 1300 mhz.

Being under water, your chances for the magic 1300 MHz mark are good.

if you go for custom cooler cards, you can easily reach 1200mhz by undervolting to 1.10v from stock volts.

guys my pale is also going for 780ti but the reference cooler . can he expect 1200mhz core on stock 1.162v or he will need to bump the voltage abit ? he is abit uncomfortable with voltage change !
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No, "ri3 and ri4" just reflect different buck controller "positions"! wink.gif
It doesnt work properly with the 780Ti, im afraid, you can try it of course but voltage becomes erratic and fails (crashes etc) after 1,212V stock!
Its the new PMW in the 780Ti, thank nvidia for that! tongue.gif

Cheers

Ed

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Ok thanks for letting me know. I was just trying to follow your OC guide in the original post. How much of that is relevant to the 780Ti since it looks like its geared towards titans and 780s? Is the LLC disabling relevant? or is it just flash the bios, stick it at 1.212 V and see what speeds you can get?
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Originally Posted by OccamRazor View Post

No, "ri3 and ri4" just reflect different buck controller "positions"! wink.gif
It doesnt work properly with the 780Ti, im afraid, you can try it of course but voltage becomes erratic and fails (crashes etc) after 1,212V stock!
Its the new PMW in the 780Ti, thank nvidia for that! tongue.gif

Cheers

Ed

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Does the LLC mod work on the GTX 780 ti at or below 1.212v?
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Ok thanks for letting me know. I was just trying to follow your OC guide in the original post. How much of that is relevant to the 780Ti since it looks like its geared towards titans and 780s? Is the LLC disabling relevant? or is it just flash the bios, stick it at 1.212 V and see what speeds you can get?

The OC guide is for all GK110! The volt mod and LLC hack were developed for the reference PCB that came with the Titans and 780's! The 780Ti is non-reference as the VRM modules have distinct PMW differences, so the volt mod and LLC hack do not work as intended, some had success up to 1,250V and some had crashes and unstable behavior above 1,212V, its really up to you to decide to whether try it or not! thumb.gif

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Does the LLC mod work on the GTX 780 ti at or below 1.212v?

Like i said above, some reported working, some stated fails! its up to you to say your piece! thumb.gif


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Back Plate is on man!!!


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The OC guide is for all GK110! The volt mod and LLC hack were developed for the reference PCB that came with the Titans and 780's! The 780Ti is non-reference as the VRM modules have distinct PMW differences, so the volt mod and LLC hack do not work as intended, some had success up to 1,250V and some had crashes and unstable behavior above 1,212V, its really up to you to decide to whether try it or not! thumb.gif
Like i said above, some reported working, some stated fails! its up to you to say your piece! thumb.gif


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Thanks for the information, I was not very clear on it. thumb.gif

This voltage issue may actually keep me from upgrading to a TI. I'm pretty happy with my current card. 1228 MHz with the reference cooler at 1.187v + LLC mod, good temps. Not really sure it's worth it to upgrade since I'm still at 1920x1080.
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