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I've got my classy on air atm 1.212v running at 1280mhz doesn't go above 75c under full load room ambient temperature around 30.8c when i did the OC, fan curve is at 70% so not too bad. Didn't want to
Go any higher as on air I like to keep it below 75c I think I may have a decent card. I've not done the memory yet
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Hey guys, looking at skynet bios, do i use his Gigabyte 780 Ti one for my non reference Ghz edition??
    
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Hello guys! Got my Gigabyte GTX 780 Ti WF3. didn't test it in depth but it is a huge upgrade over my old 7950 even when the latter was clocked @ 1150/1575. Skyrim + ENB the fps went almost double. Definitely worth it, was slightly worried about my ancient i7 870 @ 4.0 GHz to hugely bottleneck the card, but the performance increase was above my expectations.
Did not OC yet, But it looks like I got a dud . ASIC quality is only 69% which is one of the lowest I've seen. I am downloading EVGA PrecisionX to see how well this sucker will overclock smile.gif .
Also how many revisions are there for GK110? It says B1.

Edit : Highest stable Valley overclock is 1200 MHz , memory is causing a lot of trouble. looks like it won't OC at all even though it is Hynix.
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Hello guys! Got my Gigabyte GTX 780 Ti WF3. didn't test it in depth but it is a huge upgrade over my old 7950 even when the latter was clocked @ 1150/1575. Skyrim + ENB the fps went almost double. Definitely worth it, was slightly worried about my ancient i7 870 @ 4.0 GHz to hugely bottleneck the card, but the performance increase was above my expectations.
Did not OC yet, But it looks like I got a dud . ASIC quality is only 69% which is one of the lowest I've seen. I am downloading EVGA PrecisionX to see how well this sucker will overclock smile.gif .
Also how many revisions are there for GK110? It says B1.

Edit : Highest stable Valley overclock is 1200 MHz , memory is causing a lot of trouble. looks like it won't OC at all even though it is Hynix.

780 Ti are all B1 step chips.

Download Skyn3t's bios for that card and unlock 1.212v. You'll probably top out at 1240-1250 mhz which would be about average IMO.
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I've got my classy on air atm 1.212v running at 1280mhz doesn't go above 75c under full load room ambient temperature around 30.8c when i did the OC, fan curve is at 70% so not too bad. Didn't want to
Go any higher as on air I like to keep it below 75c I think I may have a decent card. I've not done the memory yet

Good job. Don't worry about the memory too much though. With it already at 7000 mhz, there usually isn't too much more to be had.
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Well I got my memory to 7828 but found it ran best @ 1202/7606.

Actually had quite a swing from 3DMark to 3DMark 11. I actually ran Cloud Gate @ 1310 without crashing.

Still haven't ventured into the bios flashing.

All on air btw, and KPE 780 ti.



If I can find that screen shot I'll post it.


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Edited by fishingfanatic - 3/16/14 at 7:09am
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Looks like I got a bad card, it shows artifacts (Green flickering) during 3DMark11 runs even on stock clocks. I've googled it and found this a very common issue with this specific version (780 Ti GHz Edition). RMA time...
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Looks like I got a bad card, it shows artifacts (Green flickering) during 3DMark11 runs even on stock clocks. I've googled it and found this a very common issue with this specific version (780 Ti GHz Edition). RMA time...

I'm hearing of so many problems with those Ti Ghz edition cards.

Has to be Gigabytes fault, nobody else is having these issues.

Seems like the stock clocks they picked should have had higher voltage to match.

I'd be tempted to either switch cards or try a custom bios to allow more voltage. The replacement card might be the same thing.
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The first 780 Ti I bought was GHz edition. Metro LL and a few other games kept crashing so I sent it back to the egg for a refund and bought the Evga Classy instead and have had zero crashes since and I'm at higher clocks than the Ghz.
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I'm hearing of so many problems with those Ti Ghz edition cards.

Has to be Gigabytes fault, nobody else is having these issues.

Seems like the stock clocks they picked should have had higher voltage to match.

I'd be tempted to either switch cards or try a custom bios to allow more voltage. The replacement card might be the same thing.

The website I am dealing agreed for a replacement to another brand. I've chosen EVGA SC ACX model. Hope this one is better. looks like Gigabyte didn't put much time on testing their cards unfortunately. I decided to go with them because my old 7950 WF3 was amazing, guess I was wrong.
I liked the stock clock, if it was stable though.. 1150 MHz was a very a solid stock clock, also it was very constant, even on demanding situations, rarely throttles.
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