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I have a question for you guys. Which 780 TI (Reference, Custom etc) is generally the best overclocker, I know this isn't always the case but with which brand do I have the most chance?
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I have a question for you guys. Which 780 TI (Reference, Custom etc) is generally the best overclocker, I know this isn't always the case but with which brand do I have the most chance?

Generally the Classified and Classified Kingpin because they are binned chips aka cherry picked some of the better clockers, that being said you can get lucky with even a reference card, however you will not have the Voltage adjustments that the Custom PCB's have.

So in my opinion i'd say Classified Kingpin, Classified and MSI Lightning.

However that Kingpin is probably your safest bet, but good luck finding one.
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The sticker shouldn't be blocking the screws you need to take off for the main cover.. on my TI Classy a sticker was near a screw I needed to take off but it was on it though (not the main 4 though).

You were absolutely right! I replaced the TIM but it did absolutely no difference. It's a few C cooler at idle(28C right now) so I'm very disappointed with this card. Oh well, I'll try and fight with it some more.

Again thank you!
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Generally the Classified and Classified Kingpin because they are binned chips aka cherry picked some of the better clockers, that being said you can get lucky with even a reference card, however you will not have the Voltage adjustments that the Custom PCB's have.

So in my opinion i'd say Classified Kingpin, Classified and MSI Lightning.

However that Kingpin is probably your safest bet, but good luck finding one.

I thought I needed a Classified card, sadly I didn't have the funds. If I hadn't found my MSI GeForce GTX 780 Ti reference secondhand I would've been stuck with a R9 290X, since I payed the retail price of an R9 290X for this 780 Ti. Just hope someone is willing to give up his/ her Classy and trade it with me. The K|NGP|N is out of the question, it's way too pricey and way to powerhungry. MSI I could look into.
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post #7885 of 16490
Sadly there is no Lightning version of the 780 Ti for sale.
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I'm not entirely sure how they bin their chips, but i'd imagine Kingpin has priority, then normal Classified. but honestly someone here talked me out of selling my EVGA SC Reference cards.

I was going to buy some classified's myself. and honestly my cards do a decent job, i can run stable around 1250-1280ish, thats pretty good and i'm happy with that.
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post #7887 of 16490
Holy moly, if I order a K|ngp|n from EVGA It costs me only €100 more than my second hand MSI Reference 780 Ti. That is if taxes and customs and shipping isn't to much.

Edit: A normal Classy is $948 after import fees frown.gif
Edited by TTheuns - 2/22/14 at 2:16pm
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post #7888 of 16490
Hey guys anyone else have issues with 780Ti SLI and BF4 fps just dropping into the 10s?

I just got the cards.

Thanks.
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Originally Posted by NiNoDuKEz View Post

Generally the Classified and Classified Kingpin because they are binned chips aka cherry picked some of the better clockers, that being said you can get lucky with even a reference card, however you will not have the Voltage adjustments that the Custom PCB's have.

So in my opinion i'd say Classified Kingpin, Classified and MSI Lightning.

However that Kingpin is probably your safest bet, but good luck finding one.

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Originally Posted by NiNoDuKEz View Post

I'm not entirely sure how they bin their chips, but i'd imagine Kingpin has priority, then normal Classified. but honestly someone here talked me out of selling my EVGA SC Reference cards.

I was going to buy some classified's myself. and honestly my cards do a decent job, i can run stable around 1250-1280ish, that's pretty good and i'm happy with that.

No such thing as binned or cherry picked chips, the cost would go through the roof, almost all the kingpins came with 66% ASIC, i wouldn't call that cherry picked! tongue.gif


Cheers

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Hey fellas! New to the forums. Would appreciate some advice.

This is my setup:

http://www.overclock.net/lists/display/view/id/5687229

I am attempting to do a 5076x1080 3 monitor setup. But I am noticing lag issues with even just moving or resizing windows on this resolution. Is that a normal effect?

The main game I wanted the 3 monitor setup was for Battlefield 4. Is it unrealistic of me to play bf4 on ultra settings at this resolution and have 75 fps minimum?

I have never spent this much money on a system before and needed some advice on what to accomplish whether its overclocking my CPU which is done on the fly. Or overclocking the SLI GPU's. When I attempted such overclock BF4 in game text got all distorted.

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks so much.
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