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I found more stability with my card (on air) when I was able to keep the temp down and keeping the voltage down. I didn't expect 1.150v for 1280mhz but it is rock solid stable in every game I've played so far which includes BF4, Black Ops 2, Alan Wake, Skyrim, Dead Space 3 and Titanfall Beta! It is solid in benchmarks also. I may eventually try a lower voltage for the same clocks or a higher core clock for the same voltage but right now I'm just happy to have stability.thumb.gif
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if you go for custom cooler cards, you can easily reach 1200mhz by undervolting to 1.10v from stock volts.

All that does is force the card to take more power from the pci-e slot. This is what Nvidia's power balancing feature does.

Much better off with a custom bios allowing 1.212v to be locked in for a better OC.
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SInce I RMAd my 780 ti ghz edition, and they have to wait for more to be in stock to get a new one to me (which is overdue already), I was thinking maybe getting a refund and getting a different 780 ti card instead?

What is the best 780 ti to choose when money is no option (ghz edition was £619 already, jeez)
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SInce I RMAd my 780 ti ghz edition, and they have to wait for more to be in stock to get a new one to me (which is overdue already), I was thinking maybe getting a refund and getting a different 780 ti card instead?

What is the best 780 ti to choose when money is no option (ghz edition was £619 already, jeez)

There's a nice 780 Ti for sale in the marketplace right now tongue.gif
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Does the Inno3D in first post work with Inno3D iChill HerculeZ?

If not, would it be possible to get a modded version of it? redface.gif
Here is the stock bios:
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/18943509/perm/gtx780ti_innoed_herculez.zip

Thanks!
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Originally Posted by hogofwar View Post

SInce I RMAd my 780 ti ghz edition, and they have to wait for more to be in stock to get a new one to me (which is overdue already), I was thinking maybe getting a refund and getting a different 780 ti card instead?

What is the best 780 ti to choose when money is no option (ghz edition was £619 already, jeez)

If money really isn't a problem, there is only one: EVGA GTX 780 Ti Classified K|NGP|N.
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Worth it even if i don't plan to watercool it?
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Hi guys, a friend of mine want to unlock the power target limit currently at stock (105%) but he doenst want to touch on voltage or to disable boost clock. I´ve been checking kepler bios editor and it has a tab for "Power Table" with values on it (i assume this tab is for changing power target limit, correct me if im wrong) can someone guide me in a way to extend the power limit to 150%? Wich values should i change? He want to change only is bios since is a non reference board (MSI gaming).



If someone want to do it feel free thumb.gif

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Is 72.4 fps about right for my clocks(1280/1800@1.150v)? I've maybe used heaven 2 or 3 times in the span of all the cards I've owned so I'm not sure how to gauge if it is performing accurately according to this benchmark. I've mostly used valley and 3dmark. Thanks.

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Seems a bit low, even assuming 100% scaling my dual 780Ti cards at lower cards score more than double that. Check the Heaven 4.0 thread in the benchmarks forum for single GPU numbers.

By the way, I have mentioned this already but be aware that you are very likely running higher than 1.15v.
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