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post #8911 of 16490
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Thanks for the info! I'm a bit more impressed with the card then.

Looks like you got one of the good chips. Many of us have had to return those because of stock clock crashes. I had to down clock mine to get it stable. Finally I ended up returning it.
post #8912 of 16490
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Sounds like a custom made bios can help wich would provide you more Power Range or did you tried that already ?

Yes, I'm running a custom BIOS. OC is okay though, about 1300mhz/7500mhz.
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How fast do the windforce cooler fans rotate on the 780Ti when gaming? My old GB670 windforce makes 2200rpm (about 45%) when playing, this is audible. At 50% the 670 windforce cooler rotates with 2550rpm and this would be very disturbing. Is the reference cooler at 60% (2500rpm but only 1 fan) louder than the windforce cooler at 2200rpm?
post #8914 of 16490
The windforce seems to somewhat stabilize at 51%, somewhat audible, but not disturbing. It matches the casefans in 12V mode.
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Thanks Nostras!
How high is the rpm on this level? I would like to check "same noise" this with my old 670.
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Hey guys, just got an EVGA 780Ti SC. It's underwater now (was the reference cooler) and I was wondering which skyn3t BIOS to install, the Reference or the SC ACX? I assume the SC ACX is the one to put on since mine is a SC card but I'd like to confirm before I brick anything. Also is there a reason why I can't read the VRM temps? I tried with GPUz and Precision X but I can't find it. Thanks. thumb.gif
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Thanks Nostras!
How high is the rpm on this level? I would like to check "same noise" this with my old 670.
2550-2600 ish.
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post #8918 of 16490
I got the Windforce 780 Ti aswell . Well not the GHZ but the 3x OC one wich is pretty much the same ore even a bitt less louder then the ghz due to its lower clocks . If you run your casefans at low rpm ( 500 - 600 rpm ) all the time you will here the windforce clearly louder then the casefans . But if youre Casefans lets say run at 1000 - 12000 rpm you wont notice the windforce at all .
post #8919 of 16490
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Hey guys, just got an EVGA 780Ti SC. It's underwater now (was the reference cooler) and I was wondering which skyn3t BIOS to install, the Reference or the SC ACX? I assume the SC ACX is the one to put on since mine is a SC card but I'd like to confirm before I brick anything. Also is there a reason why I can't read the VRM temps? I tried with GPUz and Precision X but I can't find it. Thanks. thumb.gif

Install the EVGA SC ACX version. You can't read the vrm/vram temps. Need a ir thermometer to check temps.
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post #8920 of 16490
Sooo.... Looks like I'm finally going to be a member here.

Just pulled the trigger on this:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814133526

It's just a re-badged Palit Jetstream. I'll be installing Sky's BIOS and pushing it as hard as it'll go on air. Hoping for good results since that is a massive 3-slot wide cooler on there! The card has two 8-pin connectors (8-phase) which is nice. thumb.gif My old card is already being purchased by a close friend, so please no PM's about it. wink.gif
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