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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.

so does the classy go above 1.212v without hard mod?
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So should i get the 780 ti dual classified acx or 780 ti sc acx
If the 780 ti acx non superclocked is more expensive then both the previously named or go for one of the regular 780 non ti's?
And why?
And is there any other advantages to changing to skynet bios more then gaining some voltage? smile.gif
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so does the classy go above 1.212v without hard mod?

Yes, it can go up to 1.5V core via software and even higher via EVBot.
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So should i get the 780 ti dual classified acx or 780 ti sc acx
If the 780 ti acx non superclocked is more expensive then both the previously named or go for one of the regular 780 non ti's?
And why?
And is there any other advantages to changing to skynet bios more then gaining some voltage? smile.gif

As we discussed, if the reference card on an ACX cooler is more expensive than the classified or SC versions then just forget it. If the SC ACX is $150 less than the Classified and you are running on air, get the SC ACX. The skyn3t BIOS will give you a higher power limit, remove boost and unlock 1.212 V on the SC ACX which is plenty for gaming.
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Where is a reference 780Ti MORE expensive than the Ti Classy? What retailer are you looking at? I can see them pricing the reference near or over the ACX depending on their wholesalers cost, but the classy?
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So should i get the 780 ti dual classified acx or 780 ti sc acx
If the 780 ti acx non superclocked is more expensive then both the previously named or go for one of the regular 780 non ti's?
And why?
And is there any other advantages to changing to skynet bios more then gaining some voltage? smile.gif

The Main advantage of Skyn3t is that your card doesent drop in terms of Core Clock like the card will do when Boost is enabled sometimes and you can get 1,212 Volts , with the Classified you can get more Volts but Liquid Cooling will be required if you wanne be safe and most importantly not R290X-loud .
If you are planning to stay on Air Cooling you´re fine with the SC . I would say the classified is only for the cracks who realy wanna push to anything above over 1400 Mhz . Also there is no guarantee for any overclock you will recieve . Could be you get a classified wich will be stuck at 1150 Mhz without voltage mods , could be you get a sc wich will go up to 1300 mhz without any voltage mods , could be the other way around too , i hope you get what i mean : Basically Buying a classified or somthing wont guarantee you anything . Only thing it guarantee´s you is that you dont have the usually 1,212 Volt Cap .

Conclusion :

- if youre a gamer and an average overclocker go for the sc
- if youre a freak and realy want to push the hell out of it go for the classi , but bare in mind temperatures will be come quickly a limiting factor on air when increasing the voltages beyond 1,212 .....
Edited by MK3Steve - 3/17/14 at 10:10am
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I was actually wondering where too, especially since SC versions are more expensive by about $30 or so at my local retailer. Is it worth paying the premium getting the SC version over the regular version if they are purportedly "not binned" to ensure a better overclock yield? This is about the models with the reference cooler, not the ACX or Classified w/ ACX because I don't want hot air being pushed back into my case.
Edited by grant7676 - 3/17/14 at 10:11am
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I was actually wondering where too, especially since SC versions are more expensive by about $30 or so at my local retailer. Is it worth paying the premium getting the SC version over the regular version if they are purportedly "not binned" to ensure a better overclock yield? This is about the models with the reference cooler, not the ACX or Classified w/ ACX because I don't want hot air being pushed back into my case.

No, the SC is just money wasted as you can achieve the same OC as them with the full stock reference cards. If the SC is the same price, sure, but if it costs more than the stock card, no point IMHO.

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No, don't pay for a factory overclock on the SC versions.
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I got my EVGA SLI Pro bridge for my 780TIs:



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