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I am generally very happy with my asus 780 ti. Before that I had the gtx 660ti and it served me well no problems whatsoever. I heard a lot about the poor customer service regarding Asus but because things have gone well I cant really say because I have not been down that road. The 780ti is performing very well I am very pleased with it. Mind you I had to do a little mod with 2 cable ties because on high fan speed the card would make a vibration on my case and the rattling was unbearable. It was the case though not the card. But I was already scared that I would have to RMA but no.
I just raised the card slightly and all is well.
    
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Originally Posted by Byronist View Post

Mine is the OC version (GV-N78TOC-3GD) and am experiencing the issues associated with the GHZ edition (which comes with the backplate). I've been reading around the internet and my case is not the only one (on the contrary, they both seem to be pretty unreliable models).

I'll tell people to avoid Gigabyte in the future.
Most people have problems with the Ghz edition.
My OC version OC's nearly to the GHz version ( 7Mhz short )
The OC version failing is quite uncommon.
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If you are accusing me of me being a fan boy you are way off, you are new here and dont know me, so its ok!
I am very known in every Titan/780/780Ti/Classified thread and one thing nobody can accuse me is being one, as when i post articles about anything im always impartial and objective about it as in my previous post i stated all the good companies that have feedback here in the forum (this forum has close to 370.000 users)
EVGA is clearly the best VGA company around, either in its products or by its support in RMA, you even have a EVGA hardware REP her at OCN to help you out in everything you need!
In Europe you can order directly from EVGA in germany straight to your house if you dont have a representative near by!
As for €€€€, yes its more expensive like ASUS but you get not only a good card but also the services, like all things in life, you want good? well you have to pay for it!
That goes for EVGA, ASUS, MSI and Gigabyte! EVGA has the advantage of being very good with RMA´s, primary NVIDIA partner, do research and come up with Classifieds and Kingpin cards!
ASUS and MSI are excelent in motherboards full of features and not very expensive, (often hardware will be more expensive in one country but cheaper in another, i find myself buying (different countries, even overseas) where its cheaper but with warranty, EVGA, ASUS, MSI again...)
If you dont know about all brands PCB´s and VRM´s, power circuits, voltage, amperage, wattage, mosfets, inductors capacitors, power draw calculation and volt mods, you have come to the right place and person, i can help you with all of that! Not only me but several very good knowledgeable users can too! and with time you will see a lot of guys with specializations in several things, we call them gurus! Shilka for PSU,s, Skyn3t (My Brother) for bios, Sean webster for storage etc... thumb.gif
Meaning: You could have not come to a better place in all the internet!
OCN FTW!!!!
That wasn't what I was trying to say, this forum seems mostly unbiased thumb.gif

Where every penny counts, paying that extra mile is too costly.
Or at least, that's how I think about it. tongue.gif
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Well I apologize if I offended anyone. I simply started to rage when thinking of that rma process, but it has been a trial in temperament

control.

Every manufacturer will have duds, but as was mentioned by others, the RMA is where it counts, at least to me. My current preference is

EVGA. Used to be XFX until they stopped making nvidia cards.


I just had a 760 SC that surprised me on how well it took to ocing and ran very well. It doesn't have the ACX cooler but still performs quite

well. Even the lower echelon cards are kicking it up nowadays it seems imho.thumb.gif



FF
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Originally Posted by Nostras View Post


That wasn't what I was trying to say, this forum seems mostly unbiased thumb.gif

Where every penny counts, paying that extra mile is too costly.
Or at least, that's how I think about it. tongue.gif

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Sometimes it is too costly, sometimes its not! Its the perception of it we have that counts! wink.gif


Cheers

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So... Yeah... This just happened.

BF4

And I was just doing so well, damn mad.gif
Edited by Nostras - 3/21/14 at 4:07pm
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So... Yeah... This just happened.

BF4

And I was just doing so well, damn mad.gif
Why in the name of god did you put the 335 drivers on?
332.21WHQL FTW!!!!
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I am in love with my 780 Ti. What a beast! wheee.gif



Now I just need to get my CPU OC higher...

GPUZ: http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/b9cyq/
Catzilla: http://www.catzilla.com/showresult?lp=224663
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Why in the name of god did you put the 335 drivers on?
332.21WHQL FTW!!!!
What's wrong with 335? Beta?
You reckon that matters?
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I am in love with my 780 Ti. What a beast! wheee.gif



Now I just need to get my CPU OC higher...

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Catzilla: http://www.catzilla.com/showresult?lp=224663


How in the world is your system stable? Have you even run stress tests?
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How in the world is your system stable? Have you even run stress tests?
Well, looking at his Tmax...

I bet I can do that as well.

See 6 posts below.
Edited by Nostras - 3/21/14 at 7:34pm
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