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It's been ages since i've posted. But I recently decided to build a desktop after a 6 year hiatus. Anyway I am really torn right now on which video card to buy. I like the CS/Reliability of EVGA which makes me want to buy a 780ti classy but for $100 less I can get the MSI gaming. I was just about to purchase the gaming this morning when I started reading tons of posts about their fans leaking oil and malfunctioning which was a major red flag. I will eventually watercool my entire system so i can overvolt but not right away. Any suggestions? The gigabyte GHZ edition looks nice too but I was also reading that their overclock potential is minimal and some people were experiencing artifact and hangups?
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what about adding 32MV to voltage in order to get more GPU speed? or is it risky?

That is what I mean. You should be fine running the bios w/ the extra voltage that is allowed, just turn your fan curve up a bit. I would personally set the voltage & power target to max.
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It's been ages since i've posted. But I recently decided to build a desktop after a 6 year hiatus. Anyway I am really torn right now on which video card to buy. I like the CS/Reliability of EVGA which makes me want to buy a 780ti classy but for $100 less I can get the MSI gaming. I was just about to purchase the gaming this morning when I started reading tons of posts about their fans leaking oil and malfunctioning which was a major red flag. I will eventually watercool my entire system so i can overvolt but not right away. Any suggestions? The gigabyte GHZ edition looks nice too but I was also reading that their overclock potential is minimal and some people were experiencing artifact and hangups?

neither the MSI or Gigabyte card will allow overvoltage beyond 1.212, unless you bust out a soldering iron. The classified will do 1.5V.
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That is what I mean. You should be fine running the bios w/ the extra voltage that is allowed, just turn your fan curve up a bit. I would personally set the voltage & power target to max.
neither the MSI or Gigabyte card will allow overvoltage beyond 1.212, unless you bust out a soldering iron. The classified will do 1.5V.

Ok classy it is! If I wanted to run SLI and overvolt will a 1000 watt psu be sufficient? ill be running a 4770K

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817171078
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Ok classy it is! If I wanted to run SLI and overvolt will a 1000 watt psu be sufficient? ill be running a 4770K

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817171078

It should suffice for medium OC... GK110 really starts to suck power over 1.35v.
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Ok classy it is! If I wanted to run SLI and overvolt will a 1000 watt psu be sufficient? ill be running a 4770K

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817171078

1000 watts should let you go nuts with OC and overvolting

How far you can push them i cant say

If you want more room for there is a Cooler Master V1200 on the way should be out soon
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@Shilka I can speak from experience that shutting down a single rail 1000W PSU with 2x GK110's and a high OCd 4 core i7 is pretty easy. So it just depends on how far he wants to push it, and what kinda games/benching he plans to play/do. It is definitely enough power for medium levels of OC.

GK110 gets up to 400 watts ~1300+ mhz ~1.3V... @least Titans do, i don't see why classis would be much different, might take slightly higher clocks to get to that point since B1 revision is slightly more efficient.
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A part of me would like to push it to the max but another part just wants stable OC for daily use. I really like EVGA but im still finding it hard to spend the extra money on the classy. Im wondering if it would just be smarter to buy the gaming or evga SC and use the money saved and put it toward water cooling. I know water cooling is mainly used to maximize OC but i also like it for the aesthetics. My other fear is spending the extra cash on a classy and getting a crappy card thats difficult to OC.
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I think most of the guy's on this thread would say EVGA has the best RMA and customer service when you really need it!!

So paying that little bit extra is kinda worth it would you not think so???

Plus i find there cards more robust than others, i have had quite a few here and never a problem.

AJ.
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I think most of the guy's on this thread would say EVGA has the best RMA and customer service when you really need it!!

So paying that little bit extra is kinda worth it would you not think so???

Plus i find there cards more robust than others, i have had quite a few here and never a problem.

AJ.

EVGA FTW! Best company i have worked with as a customer and as a business partner! tongue.gif ( I'm not being paid to advertise EVGA, im just stating FACTS!) tongue.gif
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A part of me would like to push it to the max but another part just wants stable OC for daily use. I really like EVGA but im still finding it hard to spend the extra money on the classy. Im wondering if it would just be smarter to buy the gaming or evga SC and use the money saved and put it toward water cooling. I know water cooling is mainly used to maximize OC but i also like it for the aesthetics. My other fear is spending the extra cash on a classy and getting a crappy card thats difficult to OC.

CLASSIFIEDS all the way! biggrin.gif Did you read my post?: http://www.overclock.net/t/1438886/official-nvidia-gtx-780-ti-owners-club/8700_100#post_21951113

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roughly what should you expect OCing wise from a reference 780ti on air and on water?

I know I could find this out myself but I'm sure most of you guys will know!
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A part of me would like to push it to the max but another part just wants stable OC for daily use. I really like EVGA but im still finding it hard to spend the extra money on the classy. Im wondering if it would just be smarter to buy the gaming or evga SC and use the money saved and put it toward water cooling. I know water cooling is mainly used to maximize OC but i also like it for the aesthetics. My other fear is spending the extra cash on a classy and getting a crappy card thats difficult to OC.

I have an absolutely horrible Classified TiC. I still can hit 1350 under water at 1.35 volts for everything but FarCry 3. FarCry 3 is stable at 1.31 volts at 1306 Mhz. This is on a core that does a couple bins over 1200 Mhz at 1.212 volts.

Even if you get a poor card, you will be at or over 1300 if you water cool, I haven't read of a single one which hasn't. If you don't water cool, the Classified loses a whole lot of it's appeal. It needs voltage and runs rather hot, so it doesn't do so well on air for some. I would not get this card if I planned on air cooling it.
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