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post #8921 of 16490
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Originally Posted by fishingfanatic View Post

Should be fun for my 1st foray into wcing.

Actually trading 1 kpe for 2 sc titans and swiftech full cover blocks for the 1 and a bit of cash. So I can try the titans against the kingpins, mwahahaha! lol

Not a bad deal imho! Swiftech Komodo IV NV full coverage wb. for each card! Now to figure out what I need for fitings.


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Now, just sell the Kimodos and get some better ones IMHO.
post #8922 of 16490
I have got to block all advertising on my pc...

Just got my hands on a review card, a PNY 780 OC, not a ti but for less than $500, I'll take it and bench the

cr@p out of it...lol

Between this and the titans plus the 760 SC I just got in a trade I have so many gpus to bench!!! yay!

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post #8923 of 16490
Beat a few Classified scores with this one smile.gif (EVGA Reference 780Ti)

post #8924 of 16490
Ridicolous =) . Awesome sample you got there mate ! I would like to see what she is capable of with more then 1,212 Volts . Thats the benefit from the classi´s =) .
post #8925 of 16490
Ok I'll bite. This is gonna be a winner. Should c some rather interesting responses.

Which wb would be best for the titans and ti's? It's supposed to be high flow though I'm not sure what high flow entails.

High flow for me is 300 gpm in a hydraulic system @ over 2000 psi, not a centrifugal pump...lol

I think it's like 8 gpm or something close to it.

As the titans come with the blocks I'll likely keep those and just get some for the ti's.


Thanks in advance for any and all help!thumb.gif



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post #8926 of 16490
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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


Do you know if you are able to give it more than 1.212 volts? If so I am going to return my card to get that one. Under water and a bit limited with the reference card.
    
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Do you know if you are able to give it more than 1.212 volts? If so I am going to return my card to get that one. Under water and a bit limited with the reference card.

Unless it's a classified, it's gonna be "green lighted" still......... And even the Ti classy has to be reflashed to really unlock it.
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Unless it's a classified, it's gonna be "green lighted" still......... And even the Ti classy has to be reflashed to really unlock it.
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Do you know if you are able to give it more than 1.212 volts? If so I am going to return my card to get that one. Under water and a bit limited with the reference card.

I don't know yet. It does seem to have a different BIOS than the other TI non-reference cards, as well as more phases (8) and 2 x 8-pin power connectors. I'll try the Palit OC tool when I get it and let you know. Most of the Palit cards are doing well over 1200 boost OC with no voltage tweaking at all (1.15v), so I have high hopes even if it'll only go to 1.212v. thumb.gif
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post #8930 of 16490
2x 8 Pin doesent mean it can get higher voltages . My Gigabyte Windforce got 2x8 Pin too but with modified bios you can only applie 1,21 Volts . The same Scenario will be on your Palit i think . Stock you can´t add Voltage at all , with modified Bios you can get 1,21 Volts .
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