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post #7811 of 16492
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Originally Posted by SpiritRises View Post

hi mate

first of all congrats for your new card.

i have some questions;

1-didnt the card's being used by someone else bother you?

2-do you have any rattling fan noise or buzzing sound from the card?

3-what was hyour base clock 980mhz?

thanks in advance

1: Of course it bothered me, immediately i thought that it would be loud and a bad overclocker but appearantly not smile.gif
(maybe they checked the ASIC and then returned the card)

2: Not on this ref. card. The Asus and EVGA ACX had louder fans, ACX rattled at idle. I am VERY happy with this cooler, 65 degrees with 85% fan while mining scrypt-coins.

3: Sorry i don't remember that, i can check when i come back from work and edit this post.
post #7812 of 16492
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I've tried both ACX and Asus DC2, none of them pleased me sound-wise.. I'm getting a regular Ti SC with reference cooler tomorrow, i hope i like it more than the others.
I'll return tomorrow and tell you more.

I can barely hear my TI SC reference at 1084mhz. Wonderful card.
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post #7813 of 16492
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1: Of course it bothered me, immediately i thought that it would be loud and a bad overclocker but appearantly not smile.gif
(maybe they checked the ASIC and then returned the card)

2: Not on this ref. card. The Asus and EVGA ACX had louder fans, ACX rattled at idle. I am VERY happy with this cooler, 65 degrees with 85% fan while mining scrypt-coins.

3: Sorry i don't remember that, i can check when i come back from work and edit this post.

thanks for your reply mate can you test it on heaven 4.0 at stock speeds?
post #7814 of 16492
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thanks for your reply mate can you test it on heaven 4.0 at stock speeds?

Sure, i'll do that.. i'm having trouble with my 4770K, doesn't seem to be stable at all when running 4,4ghz so 4,2 it is..
post #7815 of 16492
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3-what was your base clock, 980mhz?

I have the reference cooler 780 Ti SC and it's 980MHz base.

It's pretty impressive for a factory overclock if you ask me. If I remember correctly, the GTX 580 SC was only 25 MHz faster than the stock card vs this 105MHz difference for the 780 Ti.
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post #7816 of 16492
what about the msi gaming oc? I ve 980mhz as stock clock and it should be 1020 mad.gif..anyone with same card?
post #7817 of 16492
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what about the msi gaming oc? I ve 980mhz as stock clock and it should be 1020 mad.gif..anyone with same card?

maybe msi mentioned the gpu boost speed as 1020mhz?
post #7818 of 16492
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maybe msi mentioned the gpu boost speed as 1020mhz?

No, the problem is that i have a different bios, mine it's 80.80.34.00.0F (base: 980 boost:1046 / memory:1750) and the reviewers bios it's 80.80.30.00.30 (base: 1020 boost:1085 / memory:1750).
Well i found the reviewers bios to download, but i would to know if is there any gtx780ti msi gaming oc user here to compare this thing. Is it safe to flash the bios? Can i avoid the garanty even if it is an official bios?
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No, the problem is that i have a different bios, mine it's 80.80.34.00.0F (base: 980 boost:1046 / memory:1750) and the reviewers bios it's 80.80.30.00.30 (base: 1020 boost:1085 / memory:1750).
Well i found the reviewers bios to download, but i would to know if is there any gtx780ti msi gaming oc user here to compare this thing. Is it safe to flash the bios? Can i avoid the garanty even if it is an official bios?
Save your Bios , flash the reviews Bios and look.bring the card back
Its Better ok , no then bring the card back
post #7820 of 16492
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No, the problem is that i have a different bios, mine it's 80.80.34.00.0F (base: 980 boost:1046 / memory:1750) and the reviewers bios it's 80.80.30.00.30 (base: 1020 boost:1085 / memory:1750).
Well i found the reviewers bios to download, but i would to know if is there any gtx780ti msi gaming oc user here to compare this thing. Is it safe to flash the bios? Can i avoid the garanty even if it is an official bios?

hi mate

i have done some research for you and found that

1020MHz Core (Boost Clock:1085MHz) (OC mode)
980MHz Core (Boost Clock:1046MHz) (Gaming mode)
876MHz Core (Boost Clock:928MHz) (Silent mode)

so you need to install msi gaming app and you will have 3 choices

silent mode gaming mode and OC mode

you will just click on the oc mode to achive the 1020mhz core and 1085mhz for boost clock

here is the link for the MSI Gaming APP software

http://tr.msi.com/service/download/utility-21524.html

let me know how it goes
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